Inspection on the one hand and rejuvenation on the other

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The Meerut Medical College team inspected the District Women’s Hospital
– The main tables in the women’s hospital were changed before the arrival of the team
– A new plaque was installed at the main door of the hospital and at the CMS office building.
Samvad News Agency
Muzaffarnagar. Under the National Health Mission, a three-member team from the Health Department reached the District Women’s Hospital to investigate. On the one hand, the team continued to inspect and on the other hand it was seen how the staff looked after the hospital. The main tables in the hospital were changed before the team arrived. A new board has been placed at the front door of the hospital and at the CMS office building.
On Tuesday, the associate professor, Dr. Meerut Medical College’s Anil Kumar, Professor of Community Medicine, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, and Dr. Chaitanya Dev Jain, from Baghpat, came to the Women’s Hospital for inspection. Other places have been inspected such as High Risk Pregnancy Ward, Neonatal Ward, OPD, Labor Ward, Laboratory, Delivery Room (OT), Sterilization, Mechanized Wash Unit, Record Room, Store medicine and yoga room. During this, information was taken from the person in charge of all the rooms, including the person in charge of the laboratory, Dr. Faizal.
The toilet in the attendant’s rest area was found to be closed
After speaking with the doctor in the High Risk Pregnancy Ward, the team saw the layout of the toilets. The toilet door was found broken, while the water was also found less, which was ordered to be repaired immediately. After that, the person in charge talked about the cleaning, including the installation of fans, water system and opening of closed toilets in the resting place. The team also took information about the CMS hospital Dr. Abha Atreya. The hospital’s director, Dr. Priyanka, stayed with the team.
The investigation will be done in case of cesarean delivery
Community medicine professor Dr Sanjeev Kumar, who came from Meerut Medical, said the issue of deteriorating condition of women during caesarean section delivery and its referral is under the notice of the Health Department. He has taken information about this from the Chief Medical Superintendent, Dr. Abha Atreya. This whole matter is being investigated. Only then will it be clear how this situation has arisen.
Investigation of the complaint of prescription of medicines from abroad
The team from the Health Department of Meerut Medical went to the wards and interacted with the patients and attendants. He took turns asking the patients about their illness and also asked about the diet menu. Relatives of some patients explained the problems they are facing in the hospital. For this, strict instructions were given to the doctor concerned. Regarding prescription of medicines from outside, Dr Sanjeev Kumar said CMS has been told that if it is so, action should be taken.
He won’t let the public get upset
A rejuvenation inspection has been done at the District Women’s Hospital. All systems have been observed. Where any deficiency is found, instructions are given to remedy it. Patients and their families will not be able to suffer. He said the case of a caesarean section is being investigated. Professor Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Community Medicine, Meerut Medical College

The Meerut Medical College team inspected the District Women’s Hospital

– The main tables in the women’s hospital were changed before the arrival of the team

– A new plaque was installed at the main door of the hospital and at the CMS office building.

Samvad News Agency

Muzaffarnagar. Under the National Health Mission, a three-member team from the Health Department reached the District Women’s Hospital to investigate. On the one hand, the team continued to inspect and on the other hand it was seen how the staff looked after the hospital. The main tables in the hospital were changed before the team arrived. A new board has been placed at the front door of the hospital and at the CMS office building.

On Tuesday, the associate professor, Dr. Meerut Medical College’s Anil Kumar, Professor of Community Medicine, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, and Dr. Chaitanya Dev Jain, from Baghpat, came to the Women’s Hospital for inspection. Other places have been inspected such as High Risk Pregnancy Ward, Neonatal Ward, OPD, Labor Ward, Laboratory, Delivery Room (OT), Sterilization, Mechanized Wash Unit, Record Room, Store medicine and yoga room. During this, information was taken from the person in charge of all the rooms, including the person in charge of the laboratory, Dr. Faizal.

The toilet in the attendant’s rest area was found to be closed

After speaking with the doctor in the High Risk Pregnancy Ward, the team saw the layout of the toilets. The toilet door was found broken, while the water was also found less, which was ordered to be repaired immediately. After that, the person in charge talked about the cleaning, including the installation of fans, water system and opening of closed toilets in the resting place. The team also took information about the CMS hospital Dr. Abha Atreya. The hospital’s director, Dr. Priyanka, stayed with the team.

The investigation will be done in case of cesarean delivery

Community medicine professor Dr Sanjeev Kumar, who came from Meerut Medical, said the issue of deteriorating condition of women during caesarean section delivery and its referral is under the notice of the Health Department. He has taken information about this from the Chief Medical Superintendent, Dr. Abha Atreya. This whole matter is being investigated. Only then will it be clear how this situation has arisen.

Investigation of the complaint of prescription of medicines from abroad

The team from the Health Department of Meerut Medical went to the wards and interacted with the patients and attendants. He took turns asking the patients about their illness and also asked about the diet menu. Relatives of some patients explained the problems they are facing in the hospital. For this, strict instructions were given to the doctor concerned. Regarding prescription of medicines from outside, Dr Sanjeev Kumar said CMS has been told that if it is so, action should be taken.

He won’t let the public get upset

A rejuvenation inspection has been done at the District Women’s Hospital. All systems have been observed. Where any deficiency is found, instructions are given to remedy it. Patients and their families will not be able to suffer. He said the case of a caesarean section is being investigated. Professor Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Community Medicine, Meerut Medical College

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