Mirzapur: The monitoring committee found unrest in the women’s hospital

Uttar Pradesh Women’s and Child Development and Nutrition Sama in conversation with the patient under the supervision of the women’s hospital?
– Photo: MIRZAPUR

Mirzapur. The chairman and members of the Legislative Joint Committee on the Development of Women and Children conducted inspections of various houses. The committee found financial irregularities during the inspection of the district women’s hospital. Said a patient can have three breakfasts and three meals on the same day. It is entered in the register. The committee called it a financial irregularity. The showing of the CMO and CMS expressed their displeasure by signing the register of financial malfunctions. Previously, Kachwan inspected police station, CHC, Mandal Hospital, malnutrition station and distributed fruits.
Committee chairmen Sarita Bhadauria and Majhwan MLA Suchismita Maurya and others who reached the District Women’s Hospital first reached Janani Suraksha Station to inquire about the condition of the pregnant women. Nagendra, a resident of Khajuri in Lalganj, complained that the fan in the corridors of the station had been removed. After the inspection, the team reached the CMS room and requested the documents. Checked Janani Suraksha and other registers. When checking the patient’s meal plan, one patient received three breakfasts and three meals in one day. After finding overlaps in many places in the register, the team called it a financial irregularity. CMO and CMS urged to take action. Members distributed fruit to the children and their mothers in the malnutrition ward at Mandal Hospital. Previously, the Kachhawan Police Station inspected the Kachhawan CHC and the Morchaghar Youth Home. During the inspection, CMO Dr. PD Gupta, Social Welfare Officer Girishchandra Dubey, District Program Officer Vani Verma, District Basic Education Officer Gautam Prasad, District Probation Officer Shakti Tripathi, etc. in attendance.
Reprimanded for missing name tag
During the inspection of the CMS room in the district women’s clinic, the nurses and other employees present were verbally abused for not putting up name tags or ID cards. Some employees tried to leave the room, but were stopped. Instructed to work by affixing the name tag.
Know the problem of speaking to female prisoners
After inspecting the District Women’s Hospital, the committee reached the district prison. In the district prison he went to the women’s barracks and talked to the inmates. Inquired about the food and health facilities available to the female inmates in the prison. Prison guard Arun Mishra told the committee that there was no permanent pharmacist in the prison hospital.

Mirzapur. The chairman and members of the Legislative Joint Committee on the Development of Women and Children conducted inspections of various houses. The committee found financial irregularities during the inspection of the district women’s hospital. Said a patient can have three breakfasts and three meals on the same day. It is entered in the register. The committee called it a financial irregularity. The showing of the CMO and CMS expressed their displeasure by signing the register of financial malfunctions. Previously, Kachwan inspected police station, CHC, Mandal Hospital, malnutrition station and distributed fruits.

Committee chairmen Sarita Bhadauria and Majhwan MLA Suchismita Maurya and others who reached the District Women’s Hospital first reached Janani Suraksha Station to inquire about the condition of the pregnant women. Nagendra, a resident of Khajuri in Lalganj, complained that the fan in the corridors of the station had been removed. After the inspection, the team reached the CMS room and requested the documents. Checked Janani Suraksha and other registers. When checking the patient’s meal plan, one patient received three breakfasts and three meals in one day. After finding overlaps in many places in the register, the team called it a financial irregularity. CMO and CMS urged to take action. Members distributed fruit to the children and their mothers in the malnutrition ward at Mandal Hospital. Previously, the Kachhawan Police Station inspected the Kachhawan CHC and the Morchaghar Youth Home. During the inspection, CMO Dr. PD Gupta, Social Welfare Officer Girishchandra Dubey, District Program Officer Vani Verma, District Basic Education Officer Gautam Prasad, District Probation Officer Shakti Tripathi, etc. in attendance.

Reprimanded for missing name tag

During the inspection of the CMS room in the district women’s clinic, the nurses and other employees present were verbally abused for not putting up name tags or ID cards. Some employees tried to leave the room, but were stopped. Instructed to work by affixing the name tag.

Know the problem of speaking to female prisoners

After inspecting the District Women’s Hospital, the committee reached the district prison. In the district prison he went to the women’s barracks and talked to the inmates. Inquired about the food and health facilities available to the female inmates in the prison. Prison guard Arun Mishra told the committee that there was no permanent pharmacist in the prison hospital.

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