The district hospital’s electricity burned for four hours, and doctors, patients, and nurses were troubled by the humid heat

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Baliya. The power to the district hospital went out for about four hours on Thursday morning. As a result, all electrical equipment in the hospital came to a standstill. In the humid heat, not only were the patients worried, but also the doctors, staff and relatives. Patients on the wards were trembling with the heat. Patients and carers who came to the doctor in OPD wandered here and there to recover from the heat. Many people even went back after taking the slip. Other exams, including x-rays, CT, were also affected and patients had to return without a report. Given the pathetic condition, the damaged generator was repaired. Then the power supply went on and the doctors and patients breathed a sigh of relief.
The district hospital is continuously supplied with electricity via a direct line for 24 hours. On Thursday morning a line of patients formed in the district hospital. The humid heat worried him that the power went out in the district hospital around nine in the morning. At first they were informed about the malfunction by telephone, but in the absence of information about the malfunction, attention was paid to the generator of the district hospital. The generator was out of order for several days. Immediately after calling a mechanic, repairs began. This process took four hours. Doctors as well as patients, nurses and employees had to sweat in the scorching heat. The patients standing in front of the ultrasound center, the examination center and the doctors Kevin were worried. The work of ultrasound and tests was also impaired by the lack of electricity. Patients and carers wandered back and forth to recover from the heat. Many patients had to go back without accepting reports. The doctors and patients breathed a sigh of relief after the generator was switched on.

Cable was cut while digging
Baliya. CMS Dr. BP Singh announced that the district hospital’s 24-hour uninterruptible power supply is provided by underground cables. Excavation work took place at the TD College intersection, cutting the cable. After talking to the electricity department, she was told that she should fix the problem in 30 minutes. The hospital’s generator was also broken. After the power failure, the generator was repaired and started. The generator was still running until the electricity came on.

Even after I gave 1.39 crores, the second line didn’t start
Baliya. To get 24-hour electricity in state hospitals, the electricity department paid the hospital administration Rs 1.39 billion in 2007-08 to install double lines. After installing a cable, the electricity department has not yet installed another cable. Because of this, the money of other items that go to the hospital is spent on diesel. Due to the apathy of the electricity department, the health department has to spend several hundred rupees extra.

Baliya. The power to the district hospital went out for about four hours on Thursday morning. As a result, all electrical equipment in the hospital came to a standstill. In the humid heat, not only were the patients worried, but also the doctors, staff and relatives. Patients on the wards were trembling with the heat. Patients and carers who came to the doctor in OPD wandered here and there to recover from the heat. Many people even went back after taking the slip. Other exams, including x-rays, CT, were also affected and patients had to return without a report. Given the pathetic condition, the damaged generator was repaired. Then the power supply went on and the doctors and patients breathed a sigh of relief.

The district hospital is continuously supplied with electricity via a direct line for 24 hours. On Thursday morning a line of patients formed in the district hospital. The humid heat worried him that the power went out at around 9 a.m. in the district hospital. At first they were informed about the disturbance by telephone, but in the absence of information about the disturbance, attention was paid to the generator of the district hospital. The generator was out of order for several days. Immediately after calling a mechanic, repairs began. This process took four hours. Doctors as well as patients, nurses and employees had to sweat in the sweltering heat. The patients standing in front of the ultrasound center, the examination center and the doctors Kevin were worried. The work of ultrasound and tests was also impaired by the lack of electricity. Patients and carers wandered here and there to recover from the heat. Many patients had to go back without accepting reports. The doctors and patients breathed a sigh of relief after the generator was switched on.



Cable was cut while digging

Baliya. CMS Dr. BP Singh announced that the district hospital’s 24-hour uninterruptible power supply is provided by underground cables. Excavation work took place at the TD College intersection, cutting the cable. After talking to the electricity department, she was told that she should fix the problem in 30 minutes. The hospital’s generator was also broken. After the power failure, the generator was repaired and started. The generator was still running until the electricity came on.



Even after I gave 1.39 crores, the second line didn’t start

Baliya. To get 24-hour electricity in state hospitals, the electricity department paid the hospital administration Rs 1.39 billion in 2007-08 to install double lines. After installing a cable, the electricity department has not yet installed another cable. Because of this, the money of other items that go to the hospital is spent on diesel. Due to the apathy of the electricity department, the health department has to spend several hundred rupees extra.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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