Beds disappeared from hospitals, patients were not admitted, officials became unknown

There was no bed sheet in the Kohdaur CHC. conversation
– Photo: PRATAPGARH

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For patient comfort, the government has prepared 33-bed CHCs, but most centers only have 10-15 beds. Even the officials responsible cannot provide any information about where the remaining beds have disappeared. That bothers the patient. Doctors immediately refer to them as serious patients.
The government has set up CHCs for the patients in the community health centers Raniganj, Kohdaur, Belkharnath, Gaura, Kahala, Narayananpur, Dhidui, Manapur, Araila, Haripur Bardaita and Prithviganj. The health department claims that thirty beds have been made available in these hospitals for the treatment and admission of patients. The hospitals operate 24 hours a day. But the reality looks different.
Thirty beds were planned in Raniganj CHC, but currently only a 10-bed Ayushman ward, a 7-bed hospital room, a triple general and an emergency bed have been made. CHC superintendent Rajneesh Priyadarshi says the remaining beds have been sent to the trauma center. On the other hand, there are currently 14 beds in Kohdaur. Superintendent Bharat Pathak said one station has been evacuated.
Belkharnath CHC only has 15 instead of 30 beds. Community health centers with 20 beds are operated in Gaura, 15 in Kahala, 10-10 beds in Narayanpur, Dhidui, Manapur, Araila, Haripur Bardaita, Prithviganj, Salhipur Kanjas, Gadwara. Most CHCs only run eight to twelve hours instead of 24 hours. The person in charge is not aware of this.
The Community Health Center has thirty beds. Thirty beds had come before the hospital operations. We are investigating where the beds have gone. When fewer beds are found, action will be taken against the superintendents. Dr. SK Singh, Deputy CMO

Emergency room in Kohdaur CHC exposed. conversation– Photo: PRATAPGARH

For patient comfort, the government has prepared 33-bed CHCs, but most centers only have 10-15 beds. Even the officials in charge cannot provide any information about where the remaining beds have disappeared. That bothers the patient. Doctors immediately refer to them as serious patients.

The government has set up CHCs for the patients in the community health centers Raniganj, Kohdaur, Belkharnath, Gaura, Kahala, Narayananpur, Dhidui, Manapur, Araila, Haripur Bardaita and Prithviganj. The health department claims that thirty beds have been made available in these hospitals for treatment and admission of patients. The hospitals operate 24 hours a day. But the reality looks different.

Thirty beds were planned in Raniganj CHC, but currently only a 10-bed Ayushman ward, a 7-bed hospital room, a triple general and an emergency bed have been made. CHC superintendent Rajneesh Priyadarshi says the remaining beds have been sent to the trauma center. On the other hand, there are currently 14 beds in Kohdaur. Superintendent Bharat Pathak said one station has been evacuated.

Belkharnath CHC only has 15 instead of 30 beds. Community health centers with 20 beds are operated in Gaura, 15 in Kahala, 10-10 beds in Narayanpur, Dhidui, Manapur, Araila, Haripur Bardaita, Prithviganj, Salhipur Kanjas, Gadwara. Most CHCs only run eight to twelve hours instead of 24 hours. The person in charge is not aware of this.

The Community Health Center has thirty beds. Thirty beds had come before the hospital operations. We are investigating where the beds have gone. When fewer beds are found, action will be taken against the superintendents. Dr. SK Singh, Deputy CMO

Emergency room in Kohdaur CHC exposed.  conversation

Emergency room exposed in Kohdaur CHC. conversation– Photo: PRATAPGARH

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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