Assam: Lakhimpur Medical College and Hospital lacks Security System  

In Lakhimpur Medical College and Hospital, the much-anticipated Out Patient Department (OPD) and other services have begun.

Following an announcement made by Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and health minister Keshab Mahanta during their visit on September 30, doctors from North Lakhimpur Civil Hospital began attending OPD and casualty duties of emergency services at the Lakhimpur Medical College and Hospital on October 1.

Despite the fact that Lakhimpur Medical College and Hospital began operations with a 30-bed casualty department and 70 intensive care units, the entire facility lacks a security system.

Huge structures and facilities have been discovered with no security mechanism in place, leaving the personnel and other setups susceptible to any external threat.

In August of this year, the National Medical Commission (NMC) visited LMCH and discovered some shortcomings, including a lack of faculties, a small casualty ward, and unfinished buildings.

As a result, the NMC has denied admission to LMCH’s MBBS programmes for the academic year 2021-22. The LMCH, on the other hand, has prepared the necessary faculties and infrastructure for the NMC’s next visit.

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