Three state hospitals with no electricity

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Despite all the promises and assurances in CHC and Barhni PHC that have been built in the villages of Amda and Oyarchak of the Barhni Development Block, the department has not yet made any provision for electricity supply. For this reason, the staff in the department also have problems with the patients. The 24-bed CHC built in Amda and Oirchak is a victim of the negligence of the Electricity Department’s officials, which leaves doctors and health workers unable to better serve patients, even if they choose to.
According to the health department, electricity could not be purchased even after several written and written instructions from the electricity department. In the hot and humid rainy season, it becomes difficult to sit in hospitals. Because of the lack of electricity, doctors are saving their lives by referring patients who come at night to other locations. As a result, patients have to wander for treatment. They are forced to seek expensive treatment in private hospitals. In this regard, Dr. Ritesh Kumar, the medical officer in charge of PHC Barhni, stated that the electricity department is adopting a neutral stance, although requests for the provision of electricity have been made in all three hospitals. Generators have to be operated to get vaccinations etc.

Despite all the promises and assurances in CHC and Barhni PHC that have been built in the villages of Amda and Oyarchak of the Barhni Development Block, the department has not yet made any provision for electricity supply. For this reason, the staff in the department also have problems with the patients. The 24-bed CHC built in Amda and Oirchak is a victim of the negligence of the Electricity Department’s officials, which leaves doctors and health workers unable to better serve patients, even if they choose to.

According to the health department, electricity could not be purchased even after several written and written instructions from the electricity department. In the hot and humid rainy season, it becomes difficult to sit in hospitals. Because of the lack of electricity, doctors are saving their lives by referring patients who come at night to other locations. As a result, patients have to wander for treatment. They are forced to seek expensive treatment in private hospitals. In this regard, Dr. Ritesh Kumar, the medical officer in charge of PHC Barhni, stated that the electricity department is adopting a neutral stance, although requests for the provision of electricity have been made in all three hospitals. Generators have to be operated to get vaccinations etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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