Chaos: stretchers pull nurses, patients lift themselves in their laps

E19MNP-20 – The relatives who carry the patient on their back because they did not receive the stretcher at the county hospital
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Mainpuri. Better treatment and facilities are claimed in the district hospital. However, due to the shortage of doctors, people are not being treated better. Along with this basic equipment are also needed. In the hospital, the relatives of the patients have to pull the stretcher themselves. Sometimes, when the stretcher is not available, the carers can be seen walking with the patient on their lap. Neither the hospital administration nor the ward boy pay attention to the condition of the nurses. There was a similar sight on Monday in the district hospital.
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Father pulled out the stretcher
Janaki Devi, a resident of Mohalla Nagaria in the city, was admitted to the district hospital with abdominal pain. The doctor advised an ultrasound. On Monday, Father Sarvesh himself took the daughter on a stretcher and took her to the ultrasound room at the women’s clinic. Neither the station boy came to help him, nor did any other employee help.
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Son brought mother back
Sunita Devi, a resident of Devamai Village, sustained a leg injury. On Monday, son Vinod Kumar took him to the hospital for treatment. Wear not found here. When he was tired of searching the stretcher here and there, he put his mother on her back and reached the doctor’s room. Vinod said whether the station boy was getting a salary to sit down on. The officers should monitor their work.
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Carry not found in an emergency
Chandrashekhar, a resident of Jagatpur village, was injured in a fall from the tile. The family reached the emergency on Monday. Here first aid was given to him. Thereafter, treatment for OPD was recommended. The 60-year-old Chandrashekhar could not find a stretcher here. Son Dinesh Kumar, with the help of other relatives, led him to room number ten of the OPD by holding his hand.
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It is the ward boy’s responsibility to move patients from the emergency to the ward. If the boy is negligent, action will be taken against him.
Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg, CMS

Mainpuri. Better treatment and facilities are claimed in the district hospital. However, due to the shortage of doctors, people are not being treated better. Along with this basic equipment are also needed. In the hospital, the relatives of the patients have to pull the stretcher themselves. Sometimes, when the stretcher is not available, the carers can be seen walking with the patient on their lap. Neither the hospital administration nor the ward boy pay attention to the condition of the nurses. There was a similar sight on Monday in the district hospital.

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Father pulled out the stretcher

Janaki Devi, a resident of Mohalla Nagaria in the city, was admitted to the district hospital with abdominal pain. The doctor advised an ultrasound. On Monday, Father Sarvesh himself took the daughter on a stretcher and took her to the ultrasound room at the women’s clinic. Neither the station boy came to help him, nor did any other employee help.

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Son brought mother back

Sunita Devi, a resident of Devamai Village, sustained a leg injury. On Monday, son Vinod Kumar took him to the hospital for treatment. Wear not found here. When he was tired of searching the stretcher here and there, he put his mother on her back and reached the doctor’s room. Vinod said whether the station boy was getting a salary to sit down on. The officers should monitor their work.

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Carry not found in an emergency

Chandrashekhar, a resident of Jagatpur village, was injured in a fall from the tile. The family reached the emergency on Monday. Here first aid was given to him. Thereafter, treatment for OPD was recommended. The 60-year-old Chandrashekhar could not find a stretcher here. Son Dinesh Kumar, with the help of other relatives, led him to room number ten of the OPD by holding his hand.

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It is the ward boy’s responsibility to move patients from the emergency to the ward. If the boy is negligent, action will be taken against him.

Dr. Arvind Kumar Garg, CMS

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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