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Senior Doctors should visit wards daily and ensure best treatment to patients

Saturday - May 30, 2020 10:49 pm , Category : MADHYA PRADESH


Stringent action to be taken even against slightest lapse in treatment
Pass system abolished for movement in state
CM Chouhan reviews Status of Corona and other arrangements 
 
Bhopal 30 May 2020: The Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that that the Senior Doctors must visit wards daily in Covid hospitals and ensure better treatment to the patients. Even the slightest negligence and lapses in treatment will not be tolerated and strict action will be taken. Hamidia hospital

should play the role of an ideal hospital and efforts should be made to minimise the mortality rate there. Chouhan instructed ACS Health to give him daily report of treatment in Hamidia Hospital.
Moreover, Chouhan mentioned that now E-pass is not required for movement within the state. E-pass can be obtained for travelling outside the state. The Chief Secretary Iqbal Singh Bains informed that these e-passes will be auto-generated.

The Chief Minister Chouhan was reviewing the status of Corona in the state and other arrangements through video conferencing at Mantralaya today. The Chief Secretary Shri Iqbal Singh Bains, DGP Vivek Johri, Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman, Principal Secretary S.N. Mishra, Principal Secretary Medical Education Shri Sanjay Shukla and other Officers were present on the occasion.

Do not refer patients elsewhere

During the review of Sagar district, Chouhan asked that Why the patients were referred elsewhere despite of having all the facilities in Medical College of Sagar? He directed the ACS Health to improve the arrangements at Sagar Medical college. It is not good to refer patients elsewhere, he asserted.

Recovery rate of Burhanpur rises to 67 percent

During the review of Burhanpur district, it was informed that the recovery rate is quite good at 67 percent. Out of 297 positive cases, 200 patients have recovered and went back home. The number of currently active cases in Burhanpur is 82. Fever clinics are also functioning well in the district and health checkup of more than 5 thousand people have been conducted there. Chouhan appreciated the arrangements in the district and said that they should continue to work with utmost care, even a small negligence may prove fatal.

Serve notice to hospital

In context to the spread of infection in C.H.L. Apollo Hospital, Chouhan said that the spread of infection in the hospital is gross negligence; notice should be served to the hospital.

Pay special attention to Neemuch

Keeping in view the increase in number of Covid patients in Neemuch district, Chouhan directed that a special attention should be paid to Neemuch district. Survey should be expanded, contact tracing should be done and testing should be increased. It was informed that the recovery rate of Neemuch district is 40 percent.

59 hospitals of State empanelled under Ayushman Bharat Yojana

The ACS Health Suleman informed that 59 hospitals of the state have already been empanelled under the Ayushman Bharat Yojana and now patients will get facility of medical treatment in these hospitals under the scheme.

CM Shri Chouhan congratulates for excellent work under procurement work

The Chief Minister Chouhan appreciated and congratulated the Principal Secretary Shivshekhar Shukla including the entire team for their excellent work in wheat procurement in the state. He said that the concerned persons will be awarded for this. Wonderful work has been carried out under the wheat procurement in the state during the Covid crisis – Window to News