Hospitals must strive for intensifying preventing health care, and endeavour to counter patients’ health problems before they snowball into a disease, said Dr. Shakti Kumar Gupta, Medical Superintendent – All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Speaking after inaugurating the Emergency care departments at the Indo-US Diabetes Research Centre and Multi-Speciality Hospital in Hyderabad, he said “it is easier to bring down the number of patients with the resourceful utilization of digital technologies and smart devices, and precision technologies in ICU can significantly help doctors”. Dr. Gupta added “inaugurating a medical facility run by a charitable trust is the best thing’” he could do on this birthday. The hospital, which is run by the Sahayata Trust also inaugurated the Indo-US Academy of Health inside its premises with the aim to train and curate eligible students with the sophisticated chores of good and affable nursing. Earlier, Dr. Md. AejazHabeeb and Dr. Syed Ameer Bashainaugurated state-of-the-art male and female general wards respectively. Director of Indo-US Hospital Prof. Masood said “the hospital works with the objective of serving the society and ICUs can help meet their emergency care needs.” CEO and Trustee of Sahayata Trust Mr. Syed Aneesuddin also spoke. Trustees Mr. Iftekhar Ghori and Mr. Mohammed Waliuddin, and others were also present on this occasion. Pic:Style photo service.