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Auraiya. OPD and patient recruitment have started in hospitals, but they are facing problems due to the late arrival of doctors. At the same time, the district’s administrative health officers began not to sit in the OPD, even after the order of the additional chief secretary.
The state government is serious about improving health care and dealing with the third wave. The government opened the closed OPD during the Corona period so that health services can be provided to patients in a timely manner.
Due to the shortage of specialist doctors, Additional Health Minister Amit Mohan Prasad has directed health officials in administrative posts such as Chief Medical Officer, Medical Superintendent, Chief Medical Superintendent and other officials to sit in the OPD and see the patients. Even after that, it does not seem to be implemented in the district. On Friday, the officials in the 50-bed hospital did not reach the doctor in the OPD on time. There were no doctors in the OPD, which operated from eight o’clock in the morning. They were abandoned from the registration counter to the medication distribution room.
Patients reported problems
Ayana, a resident of Bijalpur, the patient who reached the hospital said he had stomach problems. He did not come until eight o’clock to receive the information about the opening of the hospital, but the doctors did not come until 9.30 am. Then he returned.
The sick resident of Vikas, Narottampur, said he came for treatment that morning. Here he found neither a prescription maker nor a doctor. After nine o’clock a doctor came who said that they would first have the form made and then let us be treated.
The government’s instructions are followed. There are instructions on how to perform the OPD in good time in all hospitals and how to get the doctors there on time. If a complaint is found anywhere, action will be taken after an investigation – Dr. Archana Srivastava, CMO

Auraiya. OPD and patient recruitment have started in hospitals, but they are facing problems due to the late arrival of doctors. At the same time, the district’s administrative health officers began not to sit in the OPD, even after the order of the additional chief secretary.

The state government is serious about improving health care and dealing with the third wave. The government opened the closed OPD during the Corona period so that health services can be provided to patients in a timely manner.

Due to the shortage of specialist doctors, Additional Health Minister Amit Mohan Prasad has directed health officials in administrative posts such as Chief Medical Officer, Medical Superintendent, Chief Medical Superintendent and other officials to sit in the OPD and see the patients. Even after that, it does not seem to be implemented in the district. On Friday, the officials in the 50-bed hospital did not reach the doctor in the OPD on time. There were no doctors in the OPD, which operated from eight o’clock in the morning. They were abandoned from the registration counter to the medication distribution room.

Patients reported problems

Ayana, a resident of Bijalpur, the patient who reached the hospital said he had stomach problems. He did not come until eight o’clock to receive the information about the opening of the hospital, but the doctors did not come until 9.30 am. Then he returned.

The sick resident of Vikas, Narottampur, said he came for treatment that morning. Here he found neither a prescription maker nor a doctor. After nine o’clock a doctor came who said that they would first have the form made and then let us be treated.

The government’s instructions are followed. There are instructions on how to perform the OPD in good time in all hospitals and how to get the doctors there on time. If a complaint is found anywhere, action will be taken after the investigation – Dr. Archana Srivastava, CMO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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