7 doctors were transferred in two months, now only 36 remain in the district

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Charkhi Dadri. Bad news for Dadri district, which is facing a shortage of resources, including doctors and specialists. The doctors posted here are making their transfers. According to sources, the reason for this is the lack of basic amenities at the district level, including lack of housing and lack of resources in health centers. In the last two months, seven doctors from the district have been transferred and now there are only 36 doctors left for 17 health centers in the district.
98 medical posts are sanctioned in Dadri district. If you look at the situation as of May, 43 doctors were placed in the district. Now, as of July 9, there are only 36 doctors left in the district. In this context, there are 62 vacancies for doctors and this directly affects the services of the Maternal and Child Hospital, Community Health Center and Primary Health Center apart from the District Hospital.
Apart from the district’s civilian hospital, there is a maternal and child hospital, three community health centers and 12 primary health centers. Apart from these, there are about 45 health sub-centers in the district. Due to the shortage of doctors, the services of the health centers are sick and the patients suffer from it. At the same time, the shortage of specialists adds to the suffering of patients, but the health department has not been able to solve this problem so far. About five and a half thousand people in the district face the weight of the shortage of doctors. A surgeon recently moved in and after that the shortage of specialists has become longer.
– X-ray service stopped at CHCs in Gopi, Bondkalan and Jhojhukalan
There are community health centers in Gopi, Bondkalan and Jhojhukalan. There are X-ray tests at these three health centers, but patients do not benefit from the installation of X-rays at any of the three centers. The reason for this is the shortage of radiographs in the district. Five radiographs are needed in the district while the displaced is only one.
– The doctor is not a pediatrician, how is the treatment?
The number of children up to 17 in the district is about 60,000. The special thing is that there is not a single Pediatrician (Pediatrician) published in the district. Other than that, there is not a single doctor in the district. Apart from this, there is also a shortage of Dermatologists, ENT, Ultrasonologists. The ultrasound facility at the Civil Hospital has been closed for the past six years.
– Without a doctor running APS, the civilian hospital is also facing shortages –
There are three PHCs in the district where the health department has not issued doctors. These include Sawand, Imlota and Mai Kalan. In Sawad, where the dental surgeon works, the pharmacist is treating patients in Mai Kalan. In Imlota, apart from the doctor, there is neither a dental surgeon nor a pharmacist. Apart from that, there are 36 vacancies for doctors in the civilian hospital.
Find out how there is a shortage of doctors in health centers
Health Center – Sanctioned Physician Posts – Published – Vacancies
Civil Hospital – 42-12-30
Maternal and Child Hospital – 8-2-6
CHC – 24-9-15
PHC-24-13-11
– There is hope to overcome the shortage of C-arm machines
Orthopedic operations began at the Civil Hospital about five months ago, but the shortage of C-arm machines has not been overcome so far. The orthographic surgeon, including CMO Dr. Sudarshan Panwar, raised the issue of the shortage of C-arm machines before Dr. Veena Singh, director of the Department of Health, who came to inspect the hospital on Friday. Upon learning of this, he ordered the lawsuit to be sent immediately. After its inspection, there is hope to overcome the shortage of C-arm machines.
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There is a shortage of doctors in the district and we have sent a request to that effect to the higher authorities. Currently, doctors who are displaced, are working with the help of them making alternative arrangements. As soon as the district has doctors, we will eliminate the shortage created in the health centers.
– Dr. Sanjay Gupta, adjunct CMO.

Charkhi Dadri. Bad news for Dadri district, which is facing a shortage of resources, including doctors and specialists. The doctors posted here are making their transfers. According to sources, the reason for this is the lack of basic amenities at the district level, including lack of housing and lack of resources in health centers. In the last two months, seven doctors from the district have been transferred and now there are only 36 doctors left for 17 health centers in the district.

98 medical posts are sanctioned in Dadri district. If you look at the situation as of May, 43 doctors were placed in the district. Now, as of July 9, there are only 36 doctors left in the district. In this context, there are 62 vacancies for doctors and this directly affects the services of the Maternal and Child Hospital, Community Health Center and Primary Health Center apart from the District Hospital.

Apart from the district’s civilian hospital, there is a maternal and child hospital, three community health centers and 12 primary health centers. Apart from these, there are about 45 health sub-centers in the district. Due to the shortage of doctors, the services of the health centers are sick and the patients suffer from it. At the same time, the shortage of specialists adds to the suffering of patients, but the health department has not been able to solve this problem so far. About five and a half thousand people in the district face the weight of the shortage of doctors. A surgeon recently moved in and after that the shortage of specialists has become longer.

– X-ray service stopped at CHCs in Gopi, Bondkalan and Jhojhukalan

There are community health centers in Gopi, Bondkalan and Jhojhukalan. There are X-ray tests at these three health centers, but patients do not benefit from the installation of X-rays at any of the three centers. The reason for this is the shortage of radiographs in the district. Five radiographs are needed in the district while the displaced is only one.

– The doctor is not a pediatrician, how is the treatment?

The number of children up to 17 in the district is about 60,000. The special thing is that there is not a single pediatrician in the district. Other than that, there is not a single doctor in the district. Apart from this, there is also a shortage of Dermatologists, ENT, Ultrasonologists. The ultrasound facility has been closed at the Civil Hospital for six years.

– Without a doctor running APS, the civilian hospital is also facing shortages –

There are three PHCs in the district where the health department has not issued doctors. These include Sawand, Imlota and Mai Kalan. In Sawad, where the dental surgeon works, the pharmacist is treating patients in Mai Kalan. In Imlota, apart from the doctor, there is neither a dental surgeon nor a pharmacist. Apart from that, there are 36 vacancies for doctors in the civilian hospital.

Find out how there is a shortage of doctors in health centers

Health Center – Sanctioned Physician Posts – Published – Vacancies

Civil Hospital – 42-12-30

Maternal and Child Hospital – 8-2-6

CHC – 24-9-15

PHC-24-13-11

– There is hope to overcome the shortage of C-arm machines

Orthopedic operations began at the Civil Hospital about five months ago, but the shortage of C-arm machines has not been overcome so far. The orthographic surgeon, including CMO Dr. Sudarshan Panwar, raised the issue of the shortage of C-arm machines before Dr. Veena Singh, director of the Department of Health, who came to inspect the hospital on Friday. Upon learning of this, he ordered the lawsuit to be sent immediately. After its inspection, there is hope to overcome the shortage of C-arm machines.

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There is a shortage of doctors in the district and we have sent a request to that effect to the higher authorities. Currently, doctors who are displaced, are working with the help of them making alternative arrangements. As soon as the district has doctors, we will eliminate the shortage created in the health centers.

– Dr. Sanjay Gupta, adjunct CMO.

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