OPD in hospitals starts after 2 months across the district

Doctor treats patients in OPD from Raniganj CHC.
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Pratapgarh. The OPD and IPD service of all CHCs with the Autonomous Government Medical College (District Hospital) was restored on Friday after 45 days. However, most patients kept their distance from hospitals for fear of Corona. Because of this, some patients came for treatment and there was silence somewhere.
As of April 20, the cessation of the OPD service in the CHC including the district hospital was ordered. PHC’s OPD service was restored to provide relief to patients as the rate of infection slowed, but OPD at the CHC and the district hospital has been closed completely. Whether fear of corona or a shortage of doctors, the OPD service was not operated on a single day in the PHC. After 45 days of infection relief, the OPD services of all CHCs including the district hospital were restored. On Friday, as before, the OPD of the CHC PHC opened together with the Government Medical College (District Hospital) at eight o’clock in the morning. However, for fear of Corona, the patients came to the hospital for significantly fewer treatments than before.
To the medical college, where around seven to nine hundred patients used to come every day. But on Friday only 190 patients had OPD. The OT was opened, but not a single patient could be operated on. While the district hospital was upgraded to a medical college. Eight assistant professors sat here in the OPD on Friday. Only 13 patients came to the orthopedic department. Where the doctors sent her home after the plastering. At the same time, there was silence even in the emergency. Whereas 15 days ago there was no room for an emergency. CMS Dr. Suresh Singh announced that the OPD service started on Friday. People learned very little.
Somewhere ten or about 20 patients were treated
Given the situation of the CHC and PHC in the district, between 15 and 25 to 30 patients came to the OPD for treatment. After a month and a half in Bababelkharnath CHC when the OPD went live, only 18 patients reached the OPD for treatment. Under the covid guideline, doctors treated the patients and provided them with hospital medicine. In Raniganj CHC, between eight in the morning and two in the afternoon, 50 patients reached the OPD and were treated by the doctors. One of AYUSH and two MBBS doctors including the superintendent were busy treating patients. At the same time, 12 patients came to Sangipur for treatment of OPD. Nineteen patients were treated in Gaura and only six in Kahala. Not a single patient reached Salhipur Mandah for treatment. In fact, the doctors here came for OPD after 11 a.m. and left after 1 p.m. 49 patients reached the CHC in Lalganj, while 28 patients came to the Kohdaur CHC for OPD treatment. Ayush’s doctor, Alok Pandey, treated the patients. The rest of the doctors left the chamber and disappeared.

Pratapgarh. The OPD and IPD service of all CHCs with the Autonomous Government Medical College (District Hospital) was restored on Friday after 45 days. However, most patients kept their distance from hospitals for fear of Corona. Because of this, some patients came for treatment and there was silence somewhere.

As of April 20, the cessation of the OPD service in the CHC including the district hospital was ordered. PHC’s OPD service was restored to provide relief to patients as the rate of infection slowed, but OPD at the CHC and the district hospital has been closed completely. Whether fear of corona or a shortage of doctors, the OPD service was not operated on a single day in the PHC. After 45 days of infection relief, the OPD services of all CHCs including the district hospital were restored. On Friday, as before, the OPD of the CHC PHC opened together with the Government Medical College (District Hospital) at eight o’clock in the morning. However, for fear of Corona, the patients came to the hospital for significantly fewer treatments than before.

To the medical college, where around seven to nine hundred patients used to come every day. However, as of Friday, only 190 patients had an OPD. The OT was opened, but not a single patient could be operated on. While the district hospital was upgraded to a medical college. Eight assistant professors sat here in the OPD on Friday. Only 13 patients came to the orthopedic department. Where the doctors sent her home after the plastering. At the same time, there was silence even in the emergency. Whereas 15 days ago there was no room for an emergency. CMS Dr. Suresh Singh announced that the OPD service started on Friday. People learned very little.

Somewhere ten or about 20 patients were treated

Looking at the situation of the CHC and PHC in the district, between 15 and 25 and 30 patients came to the OPD for treatment. After a month and a half in Bababelkharnath CHC when the OPD went live, only 18 patients reached the OPD for treatment. Under the covid guideline, doctors treated the patients and provided them with hospital medicine. In Raniganj CHC, between eight in the morning and two in the afternoon, 50 patients reached the OPD and were treated by the doctors. One of AYUSH and two MBBS doctors including the superintendent were busy treating patients. At the same time, 12 patients came to Sangipur for treatment of OPD. Nineteen patients were treated in Gaura and only six in Kahala. Not a single patient reached Salhipur Mandah for treatment. In fact, the doctors here came for OPD after 11 a.m. and left after 1 p.m. 49 patients reached the CHC in Lalganj, while 28 patients came to the Kohdaur CHC for OPD treatment. Ayush’s doctor, Alok Pandey, treated the patients. The rest of the doctors left the chamber and disappeared.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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