Nobel Medical College to pay health insurance premium of poor

PATHARI, MORANG: Nobel Medical College of Biratnagar is set to pay health insurance amount for the poor and disadvantaged families.

According to Nobel Proprietor Dr Sunil Kumar Sharma, free insurance service will be provided to all families of Morang Constituency-3 within three years.

"The government has announced to receive Rs 2,500 from each family as insurance premium. Nobel Medical College will pay the amount for the disadvantaged families", he added.

Dr Sharma further shared that the free technical education would be provided to 200 students of families belonging to disadvantaged, Dalit and minorities and offer free MBBS education to 20 students of Dalit, indigenous nationalities, Muslim and minority communities.

The Nobel Medical College has been conducting free health camps in villages of the Morang Constituency-3 for the past couple of weeks.

Sharma further informed, "Over 150 patients belong to economically poor families are receiving treatment at Nobel without any cost".