TAWANG, July 2: During his three-day visit to Tawang and Bomdila, Health & Family Welfare Minister Biyuram Wahge conducted inspections of the district hospitals in Tawang and Bomdila, as well as the CHC in Dirang. The minister interacted with patients to ensure they were receiving essential medications and treatments.

Wahge reviewed the maintenance of hospital buildings and emphasized the importance of cleanliness and hygiene, particularly in toilets and urinals. He instructed the district medical officers (DMOs) to maintain high standards of cleanliness across all hospital premises.

In a series of coordination meetings with DMOs, doctors, and hospital staff, the minister highlighted the crucial role of district hospitals in fostering healthier communities by providing a wide spectrum of healthcare services to all individuals. As a gesture of goodwill, Wahge distributed food packets to patients.

The deputy superintendent of KDS district hospital in Tawang and the medical superintendent of West Kameng district hospital in Bomdila submitted memoranda to the minister, outlining various issues faced by the hospitals. Wahge assured them that their genuine demands would be addressed promptly.

Additionally, he participated in the World Population Fortnight program conducted by the West Kameng district health society at Dirang, emphasizing the importance of population health initiatives.