Three years ago, the X-ray machine could not be installed until today

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Madhuban (Mau). In the second wave of infections, the Ministry of Health’s responsibility did not learn a lesson from it, despite the negative environment created by lack of resources and disorder in state hospitals. The lakhs expensive machine that came here for X-rays three years ago has not yet been installed. The situation is that patients who have been injured in traffic accidents or other cases are treated in CHD, but X-rays are taken in the private pathology department. In addition to SP MLC Lilavati Kushwaha, other members of the public were also involved in installing the X-ray machine. Nevertheless, it had no impact on the responsible CHC or the CMO.
The PHC in Fatehpur Mandav in Madhuban Tehsil was modernized 11 years ago and given CHC status. So that the population of 2 lakh 90 thousand of the Fatehpur Mandav block can get better health facilities. But this hospital currently has to be treated by the administration itself. There is a lack of resources among specialists. The biggest problem right now is the lack of X-ray tests. While three years ago the government sent X-ray machines here for several hundred rupees. But the indifference of responsibilities here is that this machine has not been installed in those three years to date.
On the other hand, instead of eliminating this problem, the technicians hired here for the X-ray examination were connected to Ratanpura CHC. At the same time, according to the created article, nine doctors should be posted here, but only four doctors are present. The same pediatrician, gynecologist, dentist, general surgeon, general practitioner must go to the district administration in the event of serious illnesses due to the unavailability of the hospital. In this regard, Medical Superintendent Dr. Rajiv Kumar Pandey that there is a shortage of doctors. With the help of the available resources, better treatment options are made available to patients. The higher authorities have been informed of the problems.
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Sir folks: don’t even listen to the public officials
A sweet place to stay. Last February, Legislative Council member Lilavati Kushwaha raised the issue of non-installation of X-ray machines even after three years and asked the Minister of Health not to install X-ray machines. In addition, information was obtained on the use of specialists. Even so, the problem remains as it is.

Madhuban (Mau). In the second wave of infections, the Ministry of Health’s responsibility did not learn a lesson from it, despite the negative environment created by lack of resources and disorder in state hospitals. The lakhs expensive machine that came here for X-rays three years ago has not yet been installed. The situation is that patients who have been injured in traffic accidents or other cases are treated in CHD, but X-rays are taken in the private pathology department. In addition to SP MLC Lilavati Kushwaha, other members of the public were also involved in installing the X-ray machine. Nevertheless, it had no impact on the responsible CHC or the CMO.

The PHC in Fatehpur Mandav in Madhuban Tehsil was modernized 11 years ago and given CHC status. So that the population of 2 lakh 90 thousand of the Fatehpur Mandav block can get better health facilities. But this hospital currently has to be treated by the administration itself. There is a lack of resources among specialists. The biggest problem right now is the lack of X-ray tests. While three years ago the government sent X-ray machines here for several hundred rupees. But the indifference of responsibilities here is that this machine has not been installed in those three years to date.

On the other hand, instead of eliminating this problem, the technicians hired here for the X-ray examination were connected to Ratanpura CHC. At the same time, according to the created article, nine doctors should be posted here, but only four doctors are present. The same pediatrician, gynecologist, dentist, general surgeon, general practitioner must go to the district administration in the event of serious illnesses due to the unavailability of the hospital. In this regard, Medical Superintendent Dr. Rajiv Kumar Pandey that there is a shortage of doctors. With the help of the available resources, better treatment options are made available to patients. The higher authorities have been informed of the problems.

commitment

Sir folks: don’t even listen to the public officials

A sweet place to stay. Last February, Legislative Council member Lilavati Kushwaha raised the issue of non-installation of X-ray machines even after three years and asked the Minister of Health not to install X-ray machines. In addition, information was obtained on the use of specialists. Even so, the problem remains as it is.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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