We'll make Gujarat a destination for medical tourism: Vijay Rupani

Tuesday 10 October 2017 by Graciela Rojas
GANDHINAGAR: Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani on Saturday appealled the doctors to make Gujarat an attractive destination for medical tourism with coordinated development of ayurveda, naturopathy and yoga.
Inaugurating the National Ayurveda Summit-2017 organised by Gujarat Ayurved Board and CCIM attended by 1,200 doctors and students at the Mahatma Mandir here, he said that ayurveda is being practiced for the last 1,500 years to treat and cure diseases. The world recognized the efficacy of ayurveda. Gujarat is fortunate to have a long tradition of ayurvedic medical practitioners.
He lauded the contribution of AYUSH (Ayurvedic, Unani, Siddhi and Homeopathic) medical practitioners in rural areas. "There is a need to popularize the world's oldest medical science. The government is considering over permitting more ayurvedic colleges," he said.

He also inaugurated Model Institute of Ayurveda Science having 400 bed capicity built at a cost of Rs500 crore at Kolvada near here on the occasion.
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