BTA with KIMS, Kingsway Hospitals & SMHRC conducting Indo-UK Health Education Conclave
Business Bureau :
The British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin Training Academy (BTA) in association with KIMS-Kingsway Hospitals, Nagpur and Shalinitai Meghe Hospital & Research Center, Wanadongri (SMHRC) is conducting the first ever Indo-UK Health Education Conclave 2022 at Hotel Centre Point, Ramdaspeth. The event started on Saturday will continue on November 20. The first batch of medical doctors has been successfully trained at KIMS-KINGSWAY Hospitals, Nagpur and cleared for placement in the UK. This batch of doctors will be felicitated at the investiture ceremony on November 20 at 12 noon at the hands of Dr Subhas Sarkar, Minister of State for Education, Government of India and Dr Sanjay Jaiswal, Member of Parliament. Ashok Khandelwal, Director of BTA (BAPIO Training Academy) UK said this in a press conference on Saturday.
Ruchi Ghanshyam, former Ambassador in UK; Prof. Dr Parag Singal, Chairperson – BTA UK and Secretary General – BAPIO; Dr Rajkumar Khandelwal, Managing Director, KIHS; and Dr Anup Marar, Group – CEO Meghe Group of Healthcare Services were also present at the press meet. The conclave looks forward to deliberations from leaders across healthcare institutions from UK and India to address various issues like strengthening partnerships between Indian hospitals and UK institutions for training of doctors, nurses and paramedics and allied health professionals, etc. The conclave will from galaxy of speakers such as Prof. Derek Bell, Prof. Geeta Menon and Dr Ramesh Mehta from UK.