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Ayurveda doctors to benefit under national policy

Indigenous Medicine Minister Tissa Karaliyadde said special provision to grant employment to Ayurvedic doctors would be incorporated into the national policy program now being formulated for presentation to the Cabinet.

The Minister made this revelation at a sub-committee meeting held at the Ministry recently where matters relating to this were discussed.

During this discussion it was revelled that nearly 1,200 ayurvedic doctors are currently serving in hospitals run both by provincial councils and the Central Government.

Since there are a fewer number of ayurvedic hospitals and medical centres in the country, there are limited opportunities for employment of these doctors.

Therefore medical services outside the scope of the existing ones should be opened up and the attention of the Government will be drawn to this vital aspect.

 

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