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Minister’s surprise visit to GGH
District in-charge Minister Sidda Raghava Rao directed officials concerned to improve sanitation in the premises of Government
Nellore: District in-charge Minister Sidda Raghava Rao directed officials concerned to improve sanitation in the premises of Government
General Hospital. He expressed anger over hospital staff for not taking measures to improve conditions even after he visited the hospital
three months ago and instructed them.
The Minister made a surprise visit to the hospital premises on Wednesday and interacted with the patients.
He inspected laboratory, X-ray unit, out-patient wing, pharmacy, registration section, gynecology department, toilets, medical stores,
operation theatre, post-operative care room, dressing room, pathology room, blood samples collection centre, and biochemistry lab along
The Minister interacted with patients and asked about quality of food and medical treatment provided to them. He also verified records in
pharmacy and laboratory. He directed the officials to provide excellent treatment for patients as part of Talli-Bidda Express programme.
He asked the officials to clear garbage from the premises and keep it clean. Hospital Development Trust Chairman Chatla Narasimha Rao,
Hospital Superintendent Dr Bharathi, and others were present.