Every year 850 children are born, there is no pediatrician in the district, no Sncu unit

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Charkhi Dadri. About 850 births are done each year at different health centers in the district, but even after that, there is no pediatrician or SNCU unit in the district. The weight of this falls directly on children’s health services. The District Department of Health does not have special resources when the health of the newborn deteriorates during childbirth and for this reason many times the relatives of the newborn have to go to private hospitals apart from other districts. Apart from that, personal nursing positions, including Guinea, are also vacant in the district.
The state government has not been able to place a pediatrician at Dadri Civil Hospital over the past decade, while so far more than 30 claims have been sent to headquarters. At the same time, Delivery Hut services are also affected by the lack of nursing staff. About 70 babies are born in the district each month, but health services do not. The number of children and adolescents in Dadri district is 70,000, but there is not a single pediatrician for them. In this situation, when the child becomes ill, the relatives have to go to the private hospital and receive treatment after losing their pocket.
The civil hospital of a hundred beds was built more than eight years ago, but so far the lack of doctors here has not been eliminated. About 70 percent of the district’s physician positions are vacant, including pediatricians.
Only three out of six guineas were sent, one resigned
Three guineas are destined for the civilian hospital. Of these, Dr. Bindu has recently resigned while Dr. Anita Gulia is in charge of the SMO and, due to the workload, rarely sees OPD. Dra. Shilpa Bainiwal is currently attending the OPD. SMO Anita Gulia will retire in September, while Dr. Bindu’s resignation is accepted, then only one Guinean doctor will remain in hospital.
In private hospitals, about 20 lakhs have to be paid every month.
Currently, young children are being received for treatment at five major hospitals in the city. According to departmental sources, the average daily OPD for a hospital is 40 and the OPD fee per child is set at between 150 and 170 rupees. During this, medicines worth 200 rupees are also given. In this sense, the single treatment costs about 350 rupees. In this sense, a hospital earns an income of 14 thousand daily and about four lakh twenty thousand in a month. There are five hospitals in the city and in this regard the parents of the children have to pay about 20 lakh a month for the treatment.
– No problems with education and housing
Dadri district has enough schools for babies born every year, even though they have no housing issues. If there is improvement in health services, the problems of the families of the babies will be directly reduced. Sometimes, during childbirth, when the condition of the mother and child deteriorates, it is necessary to refer them.
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We have sent the pediatrician destination request to headquarters. The construction of the nursery-infant is in the final phase. The government will soon deploy a pediatrician to the civilian hospital.
– Dr. Sanjay Gupta, adjunct CMO.

Charkhi Dadri. About 850 births are done each year at different health centers in the district, but even after that, there is no pediatrician or SNCU unit in the district. The weight of this falls directly on children’s health services. The District Department of Health does not have special resources when the health of the newborn deteriorates during childbirth and for this reason many times the relatives of the newborn have to go to private hospitals apart from other districts. Apart from that, personal nursing positions, including Guinea, are also vacant in the district.

The state government has not been able to place a pediatrician at Dadri Civil Hospital over the past decade, while so far more than 30 claims have been sent to headquarters. At the same time, Delivery Hut services are also affected by the lack of nursing staff. About 70 babies are born in the district each month, but health services do not. The number of children and adolescents in Dadri district is 70,000, but there is not a single pediatrician for them. In this situation, when the child becomes ill, the relatives have to go to the private hospital and receive treatment after losing their pocket.

The civil hospital of a hundred beds was built more than eight years ago, but so far the lack of doctors here has not been eliminated. About 70 percent of the district’s physician positions are vacant, including pediatricians.

Only three out of six guineas were sent, one resigned

Three guineas are destined for the civilian hospital. Of these, Dr. Bindu has recently resigned while Dr. Anita Gulia is in charge of the SMO and, due to the workload, rarely sees OPD. Dra. Shilpa Bainiwal is currently attending the OPD. SMO Anita Gulia will retire in September, while Dr. Bindu’s resignation is accepted, then only one Guinean doctor will remain in hospital.

In private hospitals, about 20 lakhs have to be paid every month.

Young children are currently being treated at five major hospitals in the city. According to departmental sources, the average daily OPD for a hospital is 40 and the OPD fee per child is set at between 150 and 170 rupees. During this, medicines worth at least Rs 200 are also given. In this sense, the single treatment costs about 350 rupees. In this sense, a hospital earns an income of 14 thousand daily and about four lakh twenty thousand in a month. There are five hospitals in the city and in this regard the parents of the children have to pay about 20 lakh a month for the treatment.

– No problems with education and housing

Dadri district has enough schools for babies born every year, even though they have no housing issues. If there is improvement in health services, the problems of the families of the babies will be directly reduced. Sometimes, during childbirth, when the condition of the mother and child deteriorates, it is necessary to refer them.

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We have sent the pediatrician destination request to headquarters. The construction of the nursery-infant is in the final phase. The government will soon deploy a pediatrician to the civilian hospital.

– Dr. Sanjay Gupta, adjunct CMO.

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