Availability of skilled and experienced human resources has always been one of the most important parts of the Healthcare System. There is no denying the fact that the Healthcare System in our country, at present, remains unable to meet the much needed demand and expectation of the mass population due to a number of factors and challenges. One of the most prominent challenges is that of an acute shortage of skilled manpower of Paramedical Staff or the Allied Health Professionals.
Paramedics have a very important role in handling specific health problems. They are the key players in the Healthcare Sector. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that they are pillars of support in the Healthcare squad. Paramedics include individuals involved in the delivery of health related services with expertise in preventive, curative, diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative interventions.
The rapid increase in number of patients suffering from different diseases and ailments along with the demand for their quick and proper treatment, have paved the way for Paramedical professionals (the experts) to provide better quality services in Healthcare. Accordingly, the field of Paramedical/Allied Health Professionals is gaining ever increasing importance and demand, offering lucrative career opportunities in Healthcare.
Healthworld Hospitals, Durgapur is one of the most reputed healthcare centre of eastern India. Since its inception in 2017, the Hospital has been offering all major medical specialities, investigation and diagnostic facilities, rehabilitation and physical therapy care under one roof with exceptional amount of success within such a short span of time.
Besides having carved a niche for itself in providing world class healthcare facility at an affordable cost, Healthworld Hospitals has been accredited with State Medical Faculty of West Bengal for conduction of the following technical courses at our Institution:
“Healthworld Hospitals is happy to announce a stipend of rupees 5000/month for all the interns of paramedical courses during First six-month compulsory internship”