District Judge inspected the Medical College – The District Judge inspected the Medical College

Ayodhya. District Judge Anuj Kumar Jha and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ghanshyam Singh reviewed the medical facilities made available to patients admitted to the Rajarshi Dashrath / Kovid L-2 Darshannagar Autonomous State Medical College. He instructed to keep the video surveillance on all stations operational. In addition to special circumstances, the entry of timardars is to be prohibited.
The district judge said that all video surveillance systems outside of all wards and gates of the toilets should be operational. The officer responsible for monitoring should visit the doctors regularly, keep an eye on the nurse and the ward boy on duty. He also directed a fee to be charged for the maintenance of the Kovid Hospital and the ward, which would coordinate with the doctors / staff stationed inside the CCTV footage.
He instructed to deploy an oxygen supply, which is responsible for receiving and distributing oxygen, and to deploy buoys under him in layers. According to the needs of the admitted patients, the oxygen cylinders are brought to their beds and held in place, and the empty cylinders are safely stored outside.
The district judge instructed the appointment of a responsible officer to ensure the timely presence of doctors, nurses and ward boys on duty and their presence in each ward. He said that each patient should also be made the officer in charge of providing quality food on their bed.
An officer was also given the responsibility of maintaining the hospital’s security and administrative system by coordinating with the hospital’s police force. He said it should be ensured that no wood is allowed to enter the kovid station, except in special circumstances. On this occasion, Director Dr. Vijay Kumar, SP City Vijaypal Singh etc. present.

Ayodhya. District Judge Anuj Kumar Jha and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ghanshyam Singh reviewed the medical facilities made available to patients admitted to the Rajarshi Dashrath / Kovid L-2 Hospital Darshannagar Autonomous State Medical College. He instructed to keep the video surveillance on all stations operational. In addition to special circumstances, the entry of timardars is to be prohibited.

The district judge said that all video surveillance systems outside of all stations and the gates of the toilets should be operational. The officer responsible for monitoring should visit the doctors regularly and monitor the nurse on duty and the station boy on duty. He also directed a fee to be charged for the maintenance of the Kovid Hospital and the ward, which will coordinate with the doctors / staff who are in the CCTV footage.

He instructed to deploy an oxygen supply, which is responsible for receiving and distributing oxygen, and to deploy buoys under him in layers. According to the requirements of the admitted patients, oxygen cylinders are transported to their beds and the empty cylinders are safely stored outside.

The district judge instructed the appointment of a responsible officer to ensure the timely presence of doctors, nurses and on-duty ward boys and their presence in each ward. He said that each patient should also be appointed the officer in charge of providing their bed with high quality food.

An officer was also tasked with maintaining the hospital’s security and administrative system by coordinating with the hospital’s police force. He said it should be ensured that no wood is allowed to enter the kovid station, except in special circumstances. On this occasion, Director Dr. Vijay Kumar, SP City Vijaypal Singh etc. present.

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