MAIDS bags top rank in the country and commits to providing better dental care
New Delhi: With a motive to advance and provide immediate dental casualty care, Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences (MAIDS) is all to set to expand its services with the expansion of its operation theaters and wards and radiology units.
On the occasion of Delhi Smiles – Dental Health Utsav, 2018, organised by the MAIDS, Health Minister Satyendera Jain said that his priority is to upgrade Public Health Services and extend the better Healthcare Services to the citizens in the capital by giving special focus and requesting government to allocate major share of budget.
Minister Jain also added that for achieving better goals and progress, the "game of file- file playing" should be stopped. Only then you can ensure better results and achieve better goals.
He said that Delhi Government will develop four more MAIDS taking the total number of MAIDS to five and 100 Dental Clinics in Delhi to serve and provide better health care facilities to the people. Speaker Delhi Assembly, Ram Niwas Goel inaugurated the event and congratulated the principal, faculty members, doctors and para- medical staff of the Dental Institute for achieving No. 1 rank in the country and for providing better health care to the people.
Goel said that it is really appreciable that the institute has provided health services to about 1,35,000 people in the last year.