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Santokba Durlabhji Memorial Hospital partners with Medvarsity

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The partnership is to upskill healthcare practitioners with critical care courses

Santokba Durlabhji Memorial Hospital (SDMH) partners with Medvarsity, an online medical training portal for courses related to emergency medicine, cardiology, critical care and endocrinology to the practitioners at SDMH, Jaipur, Rajasthan. Each programme has been designed thoughtfully to upskill the students to become highly qualified, informed and confident for their healthy professional growth. These set of courses are being deployed at SDMH with a vision to enable and strengthen the present of healthcare practitioners in order to provide better patient care for the future.

“The state of Rajasthan carries the double burden of high prevalence of infectious diseases and high incidences of cardiac complications. By partnering with SDMH, the largest healthcare provider in the state, Medvarsity aims to positively impact this requirement through upskilling and training.” said Gerald Jaideep, CEO, Medvarsity on the partnership.

“Healthcare industry is making a shift in Rajasthan, with the government led by Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister of Rajasthan successfully crossing all barriers to provide comprehensive healthcare services to the people. With this partnership with Medvarsity we are aiming to boost the best of the healthcare services to a common man and by facilitating the Medvarsity’s updated courses to our doctors, we believe we are strengthening the medical sector of not only the city but the country too,” said Dr Gajendra Gupta, Medical Director, SDMH.

These certificate programmes are aimed at giving doctors and other healthcare professionals the in-depth knowledge and skills needed to manage people and departments efficiently within the health centres and hospitals. Medvarsity plans to become the go-to platform for continuing professional development in the healthcare domain.

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