Dr. Ahmad Jawad Osmani, Director of Planning and Policy making Ministry of Public Health of Afghanistan accompanied by Mr. Sayed Mujtaba Ahmadi, acting D.C.M and Economic Counselor of the Embassy of Afghanistan met with Dr. N.D. Khurana, Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Brig R.K. Sharma, Medical Consultant and Ms. Meeta Singh, Business Developer Manager of Primus Super Speciality Hospital

During this meeting Mr. Osmani discussed the points of the MoU that is to be signed between Primus Hospital and Ministry of Public Health , Afghanistan. One of the main areas of concern during this meeting was the installation of telemedicine booths in the hospitals of Afghanistan and in Primus Hospital in New Delhi for effective diagnosis of the patients in Afghanistan. Certain aspects regarding cost of installation, space provision, consultation charges and other utilities required for this purpose was discussed between both the parties.  Apart from this Primus Hospital will also explore possibilities for follow –up training and capacity building activities as part of technical cooperation to ensure concrete results.

Dr. Osmani also suggested that as part of their commitment Primus shall provide training to managers, doctors and allied health staff working on different projects of Ministry of Public Health, Afghanistan in order to inculcate knowledge that is necessary for successful management of these projects.

Besides these as suggested By Dr. Khurana and Sharma, Primus Hospital shall also offer training program for Afghan Medical Personnel in the areas of cardiology, oncology, pathology, brain surgery, surgical gastroenterology and liver transplant at Primus Hospital in India which would be subjected to the rules and provisions prescribed by Medical Council of India and other authorities.

Both the parties reached to a consensus of working mutually in terms of the MoU and would soon finalize a date for the signing ceremony of the MoU.

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