Dr Abid addresses International Nurses Day event at GMC Srinagar

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SRINAGAR, MAY 11: Government Medical College (GMC) Srinagar celebrated International Nurses Day here today.

The joint function of all Associated Hospitals was presided over by Secretary Health and Medical Education, Dr. Syed Abid Rasheed Shah.

This year’s theme: “Our Nurses Our Future,” underscored the indispensable contributions of nurses globally.

Principal/Dean of GMC Srinagar, Prof. Dr. Iffat Shah, Administrator of Associated Hospitals, GMC Srinagar, Mohammad Ashraf Hakak, Heads of Departments (HODs) representing various specialties, Medical Superintendents, Faculty, Chief Medical Officers (CMOs), Resident Medical Officers (RMOs), Matrons, Nursing Supervisors, Nursing Officers, paramedics and large number of students were also present on the occasion.

Addressing the gathering, Dr. Abid commended the invaluable contributions of nurses and reaffirmed the department’s commitment to supporting and empowering the nursing fraternity. He expressed gratitude to all nurses for their tireless efforts in delivering compassionate care and emphasized the need for continued collaboration to strengthen healthcare system and improve patient outcomes.

Other speakers reflected a renewed sense of appreciation and respect for nurses, who are critical team members of the healthcare system. As the world continues to navigate through unprecedented challenges, their unwavering commitment and dedication remain a beacon of hope and inspiration for all.

Pertinently, the occasion celebrated the unwavering dedication and resilience of nurses in delivering quality healthcare.

The main highlight of the program was the heartfelt rendition of the song “We Will Overcome,” which resonated deeply with the audience, prompting everyone, to join in applause. This symbolic gesture reinforced the unity and solidarity within the healthcare community.

A documentary showcasing the exemplary work of nurses in the face of adversity, including their pivotal role during floods, COVID-19 pandemic, natural calamities, and other emergencies was also screened on the occasion.

The documentary served as a powerful reminder of selfless service and sacrifice of nurses in safeguarding public health and saving lives, even in the most challenging circumstances.

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