The Chc Which The Cmo Told Top, The Mla Gave Him Zero Numbers


In the Community Health Center, Kanaili, the adage that darkened under the lamp proved to be true. Five days ago, CMO had given the top title by surprise inspection, on Wednesday, after inspecting the same hospital, Sadar MLA gave zero number out of hundred. There is a lot of discussion in the health department about the hospital reaching from number one hundred to zero in just five days.
Sadar MLA Lal Bahadur was on a field visit on Wednesday. During this, all the villagers lodged complaints that people from village to village were suffering from fever. Medicines are given to them without examination in the government hospital.
They are sent to private labs outside for testing of malaria etc. On this, the MLAs directly reached CHC Kanaili. During the inspection, the MLA noticed that there was a pile of garbage all around the hospital. He got upset on this, the MLA gave strict instructions to the Superintendent Arun Arya to get the cleanliness done immediately and inform me.
If dirt is found in the hospital during re-inspection, it will not be tolerated. Information about medicines was obtained from the patients who came for treatment. Said that the medicine should be given to the patients from the hospital itself. Medicines should not be prescribed outside (medical store) to any patient. In this regard, the MLA has written a letter to the CMO and apprised him of the problem.

In the community health center Kanaili, the saying that darkened under the lamp proved to be true. Five days ago, CMO had given the top title by surprise inspection, on Wednesday, after inspecting the same hospital, Sadar MLA gave zero number out of hundred. There is a lot of discussion in the health department about the hospital reaching from number one hundred to zero in just five days.

Sadar MLA Lal Bahadur was on a field visit on Wednesday. During this, all the villagers lodged complaints that people from village to village were suffering from fever. Medicines are given to them without examination in the government hospital.

They are sent to private labs outside for testing of malaria etc. On this, the MLAs directly reached CHC Kanaili. The MLA noticed during the inspection that there was a pile of dirt all around the hospital. He got upset on this, the MLA gave strict instructions to the Superintendent Arun Arya to get the cleanliness done immediately and inform me.

If dirt is found in the hospital during re-inspection, it will not be tolerated. Information about medicines was obtained from the patients who came for treatment. Said that the medicine should be given to the patients from the hospital itself. Medicines should not be prescribed outside (medical store) to any patient. In this regard, the MLA has written a letter to the CMO and apprised him of the problem.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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