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Monday, 1 August 2016

CMAI have contributed tremendously to health care

The Christian Medical Association of India (CMAI) aunched the Healthcare Sector Skill Council [HSSC] Short term Training Courses in Allied Health Sciences in line with National Council of Vocational Training (NCVT). Dr. J. Radhakrishnan IAS, Health Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu inaugurated the program on July 29, 2016 and Rt. Rev. George Stephen, Bishop of CSI Madras Diocese blessed the program and felicitated CMAI in the function atC.S.I. Kalyani Multi specialty Hospital, Mylapore, Chennai.Since 1963 the Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) trained by CMAI have contributed tremendously to the health care of the country. “CMAI continues to impart quality health education in its mission to build a just and healthy society” said Dr. Bimal Charles, Chief Executive Officer of CMAI.“There is dire need to train more skilled professionals for the Allied Health Work in India to meet the increasing needs of trained human resource in the health sector”, noted Dr. Charles. Dr.J.Radhakrishnan I.A.S., Principal Secretary, Health and Family Welfare Department Govt. of Tamil Nadu., Launched the Health Sector Skill Council courses, speaking on the occasion he said he is delighted to be a part of this training program launch.Rt.Rev.George Stephen Bishop of CSI Madras Diocese, said the Quality o f heath care sector is the indicator of a well developed society, In India the health care situation during the 18th centuries was mainly developed by Christian missionaries; they started various medical institution which later become the major back bone for Indian healthcare system. Dr.Jaylal, Tamil Nadu CMAI Reginal secretary and Ms.Ashley Thomas, Asst. Secretary, AHP section, CMAI, presented about the short term AHP training courses The media co-ordinator for the function was Indian Community Welfare Organisation based at Anna Nagar West, Chennai. .Mr.S.Paulraj, consultant CMAI, thanked the gathering.

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