Cmo inspects Phc, two Anms and Ward were missing

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CMO inspected PHC, two ANMs and one station were missing
Siddharthnagar. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sandeep Chaudhary inspected Naugarh Primary Health Center on Wednesday. During this time, orders were given to suspend the salaries of two absent ANMs and one ward of Aya, pending further orders. He has also warned of any department action for failing to provide a satisfactory response to the ad for display.
CMO Dr. Sandeep Chaudhary reached PHC Naugarh at 2.55am on Wednesday. As soon as the news of his arrival came, there was panic. Two ANMs, one station came, were not present. The doctor on duty did not have any information about the absence either in writing or orally. The vaccination work was also stopped prematurely.
With great displeasure, the CMO has suspended the salaries of absent employees until further notice. There were also indications of the cause. If the answer is unsatisfactory, strict measures have been warned. The CMO then reached the Joint District Hospital, where he interviewed the patients admitted to other wards including the intensive care unit. Medicines were also prescribed if necessary.
The CMO said the priority is to restore the work system and culture of doctors and staff in the hospitals. Therefore, the surprise inspection campaign will continue. During this time nobody is spared for negligence.

CMO inspected PHC, two ANMs and one station were missing

Siddharthnagar. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sandeep Chaudhary inspected Naugarh Primary Health Center on Wednesday. During this time, orders were given to suspend the salaries of two absent ANMs and one ward of Aya, pending further orders. He has also warned of any department action for failing to provide a satisfactory response to the ad for display.

CMO Dr. Sandeep Chaudhary reached PHC Naugarh at 2.55am on Wednesday. As soon as the news of his arrival came, there was panic. Two ANMs, one station came, were not present. The doctor on duty did not have any information about the absence either in writing or orally. The vaccination work was also stopped prematurely.

With great displeasure, the CMO has suspended the salaries of absent employees until further notice. There were also indications of the cause. If the answer is unsatisfactory, strict measures have been warned. The CMO then reached the Joint District Hospital, where he interviewed the patients admitted to other wards including the intensive care unit. Medicines were also prescribed if necessary.

The CMO said the priority is to restore the work system and culture of doctors and staff in the hospitals. Therefore, the surprise inspection campaign will continue. During this time nobody is spared for negligence.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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