Health – DM caught the game of doctors in District Hospital

DM Ravindra Kumar inspecting the medicine counter of the district hospital. Dialogue
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Unnao. DM was stunned when he found outside medicine written in the pamphlets found with the patients standing at the medicine center of the district hospital. Ordered CMS to issue notices to both the doctors and seek clarifications. If there is no improvement then they should be removed. Seeing the dirt and Anna cattle walking in the hospital, asked CMS to write a letter to the municipality to get the cattle caught.
In view of the increasing number of patients with fever, DM Ravindra Kumar reached the district hospital to take stock of the treatment facilities. First of all he reached the Ayushman card making camp. There were three Ayushman cards made. Seeing the filth in the hospital premises, asked the contractor not to be negligent in the cleanliness system. The environment should be clean. Arrived at the drug distribution room. There, when the patients saw the prescriptions of medicines, they saw the medicine of nose, ear and throat doctor Mohammad Ahmed to be taken from outside. Information about commission on these drugs was received. Dr. Sanjay Kumar also prescribed the medicine outside. DM’s mercury rose on this. CMS asked Dr. Pawan Kumar to issue notice to both the doctors and seek clarification. If there is no improvement, they should be removed. On getting the CCTV installed in the hospital premises off, asked the CMS to run it. He went to the ward and talked to the patients. Everyone informed about getting food and medicine on time.
The DM, who came to investigate in the Sick New Born Care Unit, found two newborns admitted on one bed. Everyone was undergoing treatment. When I inquired about the pipeline for oxygen supply, it was found that only six pipelines have been laid. In view of the number of children, orders were given to increase four more pipelines.
DM got four malnourished children admitted to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center to recruit malnourished children. There was no AC in the ward. Ward in-charge was ordered to get the AC repaired. To know about their condition from the mothers of the admitted children. Learned about the weight gain and loss of children. Expressed displeasure over the non-satisfactory arrangement in the NRC play area room. Women CMS Dr. Anju Dubey, Dr. Alok Pandey, Dr. Dhir Singh and other staff were present.

Unnao. DM was stunned when he found outside medicine written in the pamphlets found with the patients standing at the medicine center of the district hospital. Ordered CMS to issue notices to both the doctors and seek clarifications. If there is no improvement then they should be removed. Seeing the dirt and Anna cattle walking in the hospital, asked CMS to write a letter to the municipality to get the cattle caught.

In view of the increasing number of patients with fever, DM Ravindra Kumar reached the district hospital to take stock of the treatment facilities. First of all he reached the Ayushman card making camp. There were three Ayushman cards made. Seeing the filth in the hospital premises, asked the contractor not to be negligent in the cleanliness system. The environment should be clean. Arrived at the drug distribution room. There, when the patients saw the prescriptions of medicines, they saw the medicine of nose, ear and throat doctor Mohammad Ahmed to be taken from outside. Information about commission on these drugs was received. Dr. Sanjay Kumar also prescribed the medicine outside. DM’s mercury rose on this. CMS asked Dr. Pawan Kumar to issue notice to both the doctors and seek clarification. If there is no improvement, they should be removed. On getting the CCTV installed in the hospital premises off, the CMS was asked to run it. He went to the ward and talked to the patients. Everyone informed about getting food and medicine on time.

The DM, who came to investigate in the Sick New Born Care Unit, found two newborns admitted on one bed. Everyone was undergoing treatment. When I inquired about the pipeline for oxygen supply, it was found that only six pipelines have been laid. In view of the number of children, orders were given to increase four more pipelines.

DM got four malnourished children admitted to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Center to recruit malnourished children. There was no AC in the ward. Ward in-charge was ordered to get the AC repaired. To know about their condition from the mothers of the admitted children. Learned about the weight gain and loss of children. Expressed displeasure over the non-satisfactory arrangement in the NRC play area room. Women CMS Dr. Anju Dubey, Dr. Alok Pandey, Dr. Dhir Singh and other staff were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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