Dm found dislocations in the inspection of Chc – DM found inconsistencies in the inspection of CHC

Rampur Maniharan. District Judge Akhilesh Singh inspected the Rampur Maniharan CHC on Sunday. During this time he could not find a doctor in the center and in an emergency. Other arrangements have also been found unsatisfactory. In this context, the DM expressed displeasure and warned against an improvement in the work system.
District Judge Akhilesh Singh arrived at the Community Health Center around noon. He was joined by the chief pharmacist Vasudev Nautiyal. Nautiyal informed the DM that the responsible center Dr. Ajit Rathi went to the villages for corona sampling. No treatment facility was available to DM during the inspection. He asked the pharmacist what to do in an emergency. The pharmacists were silent about it. DM tested the availability of oxygen cylinders. Oxygen cylinders were available at the center, but staff could not provide any information about their use. The DM could not get a satisfactory answer even when asked about the distribution of drugs to the corona infected patients living in isolation. In this context, the DM expressed deep displeasure and warned against improving the system. The staff present at the center informed the DM that the corona infected patients would be referred to the district headquarters. The DM returned after stopping in the center for about half an hour. During this time there was a stir among the employees.

Rampur Maniharan. District Judge Akhilesh Singh inspected the Rampur Maniharan CHC on Sunday. During this time he could not find a doctor in the center and in an emergency. Other arrangements have also been found unsatisfactory. In this context, the DM expressed displeasure and warned against an improvement in the work system.

District Judge Akhilesh Singh arrived at the Community Health Center around noon. He was joined by the chief pharmacist Vasudev Nautiyal. Nautiyal informed the DM that the responsible center Dr. Ajit Rathi went to the villages for corona sampling. No treatment facility was available to DM during the inspection. He asked the pharmacist what to do in an emergency. The pharmacists were silent about it. DM tested the availability of oxygen cylinders. Oxygen cylinders were available at the center, but staff could not provide any information about their use. The DM could not get a satisfactory answer even when asked about the distribution of drugs to the corona infected patients living in isolation. In this context, the DM expressed deep displeasure and warned against improving the system. The staff at the center informed the DM that the corona infected patients would be referred to the district headquarters. The DM returned after stopping in the center for about half an hour. Meanwhile, there was a stir among the employees.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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