In one room, the speaker became angry after seeing the drunks and mental patients, blankets and broken sheets

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Panchkula. Assembly Speaker Gyanchand Gupta visited Sector 6 of the Civil Hospital on Tuesday. During this time he inspected the addiction / psychiatric ward located in the hospital and interacted with the patients being treated there. Expressing his displeasure at keeping intoxicants and mental patients in the same room, he ordered that drug patients and mental patients should be moved to different rooms in order to be treated better.
Gyanchand Gupta expressed his displeasure at giving broken blankets to the patients in the ward. They were asked to provide new blankets. Along with this, during the inspection of the operating room, he found that there were broken sheets in many beds. He said about a year and a half ago a scheme was implemented to place new, different-colored sheets every day for a week in government hospitals, but that is not seen here. It is a matter of concern Gupta said that arrangements for new sheets should be made in the beds for patients. Strictly considering the deteriorating air conditions in many rooms, he ordered the hospital management to repair them as soon as possible.
He said the Sector-6 civilian hospital is on the list of the best civilian hospitals in India. The lack of facilities here will not be tolerated in any case. He said ACs have been installed in the hospital, but they are not working. Because of this, patients face problems with this scorching heat. He also ordered water coolers installed in the hospital to make drinking water arrangements for patients and their families. On this occasion, the Vice President also inspected the Neonatal Care Service, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the Emergency Service located in the hospital and took stock of the existing health facilities. The civil surgeon Dr. Mukta Kumar and PMO Suveer Saxena were also present on the occasion.
The mentally ill should face situations with courage: Gupta
Gyanchand Gupta met mental patients undergoing treatment in the ward and asked about their well-being. Gyanchand Gupta said that the mentally ill should not give up on situations and face them firmly. They should keep busy and devote more and more time to creative work. Gyanchand Gupta said arrangements should be made for activities such as reading and arts and crafts and so on. for these patients in the hospital so that they can stay busy for as long as possible.

Panchkula. Assembly Speaker Gyanchand Gupta visited Sector 6 of the Civil Hospital on Tuesday. During this time he inspected the addiction / psychiatric ward located in the hospital and interacted with the patients being treated there. Expressing his displeasure at keeping intoxicants and mental patients in the same room, he ordered that drug patients and mental patients should be moved to different rooms in order to be treated better.

Gyanchand Gupta expressed his displeasure at giving broken blankets to the patients in the ward. They were asked to provide new blankets. Along with this, during the inspection of the operating room, he found that there were broken sheets in many beds. He said about a year and a half ago a scheme was implemented to place new, different-colored sheets every day for a week in government hospitals, but that is not seen here. It is a matter of concern Gupta said that arrangements for new sheets should be made in the beds for patients. Strictly considering the deteriorating air conditions in many rooms, he ordered the hospital management to repair them as soon as possible.

He said the Sector-6 civilian hospital is on the list of the best civilian hospitals in India. The lack of facilities here will not be tolerated in any case. He said ACs have been installed in the hospital, but they are not working. Because of this, patients face problems with this scorching heat. He also ordered water coolers installed in the hospital to make drinking water arrangements for patients and their families. On this occasion, the Vice President also inspected the Neonatal Care Service, the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the Emergency Service located in the hospital and took stock of the existing health facilities. The civil surgeon Dr. Mukta Kumar and PMO Suveer Saxena were also present on the occasion.

The mentally ill should face situations with courage: Gupta

Gyanchand Gupta met mental patients undergoing treatment in the ward and asked about their well-being. Gyanchand Gupta said that the mentally ill should not give up on situations and face them firmly. They should keep busy and devote more and more time to creative work. Gyanchand Gupta said arrangements should be made for activities such as reading and arts and crafts and so on. for these patients in the hospital so that they can stay busy for as long as possible.

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