Nurses share more time with patients than doctors: Health minister


Imphal: Manipur Health minister has said, “Nurses share more time with the patients”, on the occasion of Foundation Day and Oath Taking Ceremony of 1st Semester B.Sc Nursing Students of the College of Nursing, Lamphelpat, here on Saturday.

The occasion was attended by Dr Kh. Shasheekumar Mangang, director Health Services, Manipur, Dr N. Surbala Devi, principal, College of Nursing Lamphelpat, Lalbiekmol, joint director, Nursing and Th. Nandarani, registrar, Manipur Nursing Council as president and Guests of Honour respectively.

Highlighting the importance of Smile in the life of Nurse, the minister said everyone in this world even the most powerful or famous people, we human can never be in the fullest or perfect form more over we don’t experience fulfillment that is what we face by every individual. We have different kind of issues in life, so instead of becoming the victims lets us overcome the issues or difficulty we face and rather lives with a smile and that the philosophy he believed is really true he or she said. He appealed the nurses to follow the philosophy in what she believes.

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Speaking about patient’s care, the  inister informed nurses that even when the patient was discharged from hospital, they may not know your name but the love and care you provide while treatment will live in them forever and it is also the most part in the life of a nurses.

“The temperament to be nurse is there in us and is there in our blood, that is the reason why our nurses are very popular and many of them got placement job in a big hospital outside our state,” the minister said.

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He and his team inspected the work progress and preparedness of the Churachandpur Medical College which sets its session from this month. He also inspected the Ayush Hospital, Moulvaiphei, Churachandpur and advised the concerned agency and contractor for completion of the structure at the earliest.

The minister was accompanied by State Mission director, NHM, Manipur Dr Somorjit Ningombam, director Ayush, Dr A. Guneshwaor Sharma, joint directors, deputy secretary (Health) and others.


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