The seminar on Healthcare Strategy for Indian Army was organized by Army Medical Corps Centre & College at Army Medical Corps Centre & College, Lucknow on November 30, 2017 under the aegis of Army Training Command, Shimla.
Lt Gen Rajvir Singh, Commandant AMC Centre & College and OIC Records and Colonel Commandant addressed all speakers and delegates attending the seminar and expressed his confidence that the deliberations would be fruitful and definitive guidelines for healthcare strategy for Indian Army would emerge from the discussions. He emphasized on the relevance of needs of vision for strategic leadership in healthcare in Indian Army to dwell and evolve measures to utilize the best and contemporary practices of healthcare both during peace and war. He mentioned that decision to induct and implement newer healthcare delivery systems should be the Armed Forces Medical Services' Key Result Areas.
Maj Gen SD Behra, Commandant, Officers Training College delivered the Welcome Address. During the seminar Lt Gen G Ramdas (Retd), Dean, Oxford Medical College, Bengaluru, Surg Rear Admiral (Dr) VK Singh, (Retd), Managing Director, Innovatio Curis, New Delhi, Mr. Sartaj Singh, CAIR, (DRDO), Bangalore, Prof (Dr) Ajit Prasad, Director, IIM Lucknow, Prof Parikshit N Mahalle, Professor & HoD, Sinhgarh Medical College, Pune and senior officers from Armed Forces Medical Services were the eminent speakers who deliberated on issues of strategic leadership in healthcare & dimensions of newer healthcare delivery systems.
The event was attended by more than two hundred officers from AMC and from other arms and services, including those in high ranking decision making appointments, and from across the country.