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Convert halls into special wards, govt doctors told
Expressing concern over the plight of some patients who were lying on the floor at the government general hospital here, District Collector T Chiranjeevulu instructed the hospital superintendent to convert the halls into special wards by providing adequate number of beds for the patients.
Nalgonda: Expressing concern over the plight of some patients who were lying on the floor at the government general hospital here, District Collector T Chiranjeevulu instructed the hospital superintendent to convert the halls into special wards by providing adequate number of beds for the patients.
The district collector paid a surprise visit to the district headquarters government general hospital on Thursday. He instructed the government doctors to provide better medical care to the poor on par with the corporate hospitals to win over their trust. He said that he would visit the hospital from time to time to improve the conditions at the hospital. Expressing dissatisfaction over the poor hygienic conditions in the hospital, he told the hospital authorities to improve the toilets and drainage facilities in the hospital.
Later, he had paid a visit to the UNICEF-funded neo-natal ward, nutrition rehabilitation centre, blood bank, medical ward, maternity ward, out-patient wing. He spoke to the lactating women in the hospital and inquired whether they had received Rs. 1,000 under Janani Suraksha Yojana and they were being served lunch and dinner regularly. Later, the collector reviewed various issues including fund allocation and expenditure, supply of oxygen and Arogya Sri services. Dr Suresh Kumar, Dr Haranath and others were present.