Meghalaya: Century old hospital in city all set to get back to track!

Meghalaya: Century old hospital in city all set to get back to track!

A thick cloud of confusion obfuscates the real situation as far as Robert's Hospital is concerned. Nobody seems to really know what really went chaotic. Charges and counter charges of an ongoing blame game were to its peak. In the melee the truth is the first casualty. However, there are some common issues that everyone agrees on. Foremost among these is the collective desire, cutting across all sections, of the need to bring an immediate end to the current turmoil; to restore normalcy; and that the hospital should henceforth never again be subjected to such humiliation. There is consensus on this aspect even from those who are in the thick of the fray, irrespective of the role they played in bringing the hospital to its knees.

After all the controversies one of the oldest hospitals in the city is all set to get back to it's feet, in collaboration with the Sister organisation and four doctors from the christian medical college(CMC), Vellore's senior officials led by the Director,Dr Sunil Chandy also include Dr.Thomas Samuel Ram Council secretary, Dr. Sukriya Nayar associate Director and Dr.Sam David Mission consultant are in Shillong with a significant motto of reviving the almost a century old hospital The H. Gordan Robert's Hospital,jaiaw,Shillong. The delegation of doctors from CMC Vellore, are on a two day visit to the hospital after receiving an invitation from the KJP Synod Assembly to help out with the present turmoil faced by the hospital.
Dr. Roberts was the founder and the first Chief Medical Officer of the hospital which till this day is still known as "Dr. Roberts Hospital" by many people. For many years the hospital was one of the few institutions in the north east of India in which major surgery could be performed and also introduced the latest operating techniques, started the first blood bank in Shillong, introduced the latest anesthetic machine (EMO) and other facilities like the boiler generating steam for the hospital, but amidst all the trolling the hospital reputation had experienced a major breakdown, which eventually have downtrodden the confidence of the natives to ever have faith in the hospital. But as they say, ''its never too late'',
The director of CMC Vellore is starting it all over with a mission to get the hospital back to its glory days.
TNT News with inputs from The Sentinel and Internet Sources
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