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District-level control room constituted

Nagaland News

Dimapur, April 18: In view of the protest called by members of Nagaland In-service Doctors Association (NIDA), a district-level control room has been formed for coordination and real-time monitoring of the situation with Sub-Divisional Officer (Sadar), Kohima as Chairperson and the members include Chief Medical Officer, Kohima; Medical Superintendent, NHAK; Additional Superintendent of Police, Kohima and District Public Relations Officer, Kohima.
It was also informed that the control room/district helpline may be contacted at +91 6033833879 for any assistance on healthcare facilities.
For any medical emergencies and referrals the following may be contacted: Naga Hospital Authority Kohima (NHAK):- +918794805711
For Kohima & Tseminyu district, the following helpline Nos may be contacted:- PHC Kohima Village to contact Khrielelkhonuo Kere SN at 9856359704; UPHC Seikhazou – Khriesakuonuo Rose SN 8259023638; UPHC Porterlane – Neimhazo Tsochu SN 7005712081; PHC Jotsoma – Pfutsono ANM 7630953534; PHC Sechu – Yatetnungla ANM 8787769561; PHC Khonoma Amhano SN 985628606; PHC Mezoma – Kevilenuo ANM 7005089346; PHC Jakhama Tosolenu SN 8974554668; PHC Kezocha – Dziesephrenuo SN 9856774759; CHC Viwema – Visebinu SN 8794265105; PHC Kimipfiiphe – Meyijungla SN 8974492352; CHC Chiephobozou – Kavita SN 8787438194; PHC Zhadima – Lathang ANM 7005838738; PHC Touphema – Merlyn SN 8132908098; PHC Botsa – Asole Kath LHV 7085685072; CHC Tseminyu – Ngalo SN 8575222747; PHC Chunlikha – Benny Tep SN 8787613246 and PHC Tesophenyu – Asha Tep ANM 8575311692.
Dimapur district:
Dimapur district-level control room has been constituted to co-ordinate and monitor the situation during the protest called by government doctors.
The committee members are Hotolu Sema, SDO; Avonuo Kire, EAC; Chief Medical Officer, Dimapur; Medical Superintendent, District Hospital, Dimapur; representative of Commissioner of Police, Dimapur; and DPRO, Dimapur.
The control room/district Helpline may be contacted at 7641823998/6009924366.
(Page News Service)

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