Rest rooms will be built in 17 health centers, the stress and fatigue of doctors will disappear

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Charkhi Dadri. The Department of Health will have rest rooms to reduce the fatigue and stress of displaced physicians at 17 health centers in the district. The District Department of Health has developed its project. The same Monday, a lawsuit was sent directly to the office of the director of health, Dr. Veena Singh. About 20 lakh rupees will be spent on the construction of the rest room and it will have LED facilities including beds, fridge and microwave.
It is worth noting that on July 8, the director of the Department of Health, Dr. Veena Singh, had inspected the Civil Hospital. During this time he took stock of the existing facilities of the wards and ICU including the emergency room. During the Civil Hospital inspection, he did not find a rest room for doctors. When he asked CMO Dr. Sudarshan Panwar on this said that there is no health center in the district.
The CMO informed the director that apart from the civilian hospital, there is a maternal and child hospital, three community health centers and 12 primary health centers in the district. Doctors are published in all these health centers. The CMO said that thanks to the provision of rest, doctors will be able to reduce their fatigue and stress. Aware of this, the director had been tasked with drawing up a proposal for the arrangement of rest rooms in all health centers with immediate effect and sending them to his office. As a result, the District Department of Health sent the lawsuit Monday.
– These facilities will be available
More than one million budget will be allocated to organize a rest room in a health center. From this budget will be provided other basic facilities such as beds, LED, refrigerator, microwave for other doctors.
– There is a shortage of 62 doctors in the district, the workload is more than 36
In Dadri district, 98 doctor positions are sanctioned and of these 62 places are vacant. There are currently only 36 doctors displaced in the district and from them work is being done making alternative arrangements. The workload of the OPD of these doctors is very high and the bathroom service will be effective in this situation.
– Expert demand is also sent, including the C-arm machine
In addition to the break room, the District Department of Health has also sent a request for a C-arm machine to the Department of Health Directorate. Apart from this, the deployment of Pediatrician, Doctor, Gynecologist, Radiologist, Ultrasonologist, ENT and Dermatologist was also requested. Apart from this, it has also been claimed to eliminate the shortage of nursing staff.
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Following the instructions of the director of the department, Dr. Veena Singh, we have sent a lawsuit to eliminate the shortage of experts and resources, including rest rooms. A rest room will soon be available in the 17 health centers.
– Dr. Sudarshan Panwar, CMO, Charkhi Dadri.

Charkhi Dadri. The Department of Health will have rest rooms to reduce the fatigue and stress of displaced physicians at 17 health centers in the district. The District Department of Health has developed its project. The same Monday, a lawsuit was sent directly to the office of the director of health, Dr. Veena Singh. About 20 lakh rupees will be spent on the construction of the rest room and it will have LED facilities including beds, fridge and microwave.

It is worth noting that on July 8, the director of the Department of Health, Dr. Veena Singh, had inspected the Civil Hospital. During this time he took stock of the existing facilities of the wards and ICU including the emergency room. During the Civil Hospital inspection, he did not find a rest room for doctors. When he asked CMO Dr. Sudarshan Panwar on this said that there is no health center in the district.

The CMO informed the director that apart from the civilian hospital, there is a maternal and child hospital, three community health centers and 12 primary health centers in the district. Doctors are published in all these health centers. The CMO said that thanks to the provision of rest, doctors will be able to reduce their fatigue and stress. Aware of this, the director had been tasked with drawing up a proposal for the arrangement of rest rooms in all health centers with immediate effect and sending them to his office. As a result, the District Department of Health sent the lawsuit Monday.

– These facilities will be available

More than one million budget will be allocated to organize a rest room in a health center. From this budget will be provided other basic facilities such as beds, LED, refrigerator, microwave for other doctors.

– There is a shortage of 62 doctors in the district, the workload is more than 36

In Dadri district, 98 doctor positions are sanctioned and of these 62 places are vacant. There are currently only 36 doctors displaced in the district and from them work is being done making alternative arrangements. The workload of the OPD of these doctors is very high and the bathroom service will be effective in this situation.

– Expert demand is also sent, including the C-arm machine

In addition to the break room, the District Department of Health has also sent a request for a C-arm machine to the Department of Health Directorate. Apart from this, the deployment of Pediatrician, Doctor, Gynecologist, Radiologist, Ultrasonologist, ENT and Dermatologist was also requested. Apart from this, it has also been claimed to eliminate the shortage of nursing staff.

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Following the instructions of the director of the department, Dr. Veena Singh, we have sent a lawsuit to eliminate the shortage of experts and resources, including rest rooms. A rest room will soon be available in the 17 health centers.

– Dr. Sudarshan Panwar, CMO, Charkhi Dadri.

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