Collector Peeyush Samariya did surprise inspection of district hospital & Organizing free Ayurvedic medical aid camp for scheduled caste persons in rural areas of Dausa tehsil till 25 July

Collector Peeyush Samariya did surprise inspection of district hospital & Organizing free Ayurvedic medical aid camp for scheduled caste persons in rural areas of Dausa tehsil till 25 July

Guidelines given to Chief Medical Officer for improvement in arrangements

Dausa, 22 July 2020. District Collector Peeyush Samariya on Wednesday conducted a surprise inspection of Shri Ramkaran Joshi Government District Hospital, Dausa and gave necessary guidelines to the Chief Medical Officer for improvement in medical arrangements.

During the inspection, the District Collector Peeyush Samariya has registered the registration counters, dentistry wards, telemedicine centers, X-ray rooms, outdoor, NCD clinics, Huddy wards, emergency and troma wards, Covid centers, registration counters, sonography rooms, neonatal intensive care unit, labor room, DDC, etc. inspected.

District Collector Peeyush Samariya Instructed to Dr. CL Meena, Chief Medical Officer, for providing seventy-two medical facilities to the people coming to the district hospital and to keep a complete system of cleanliness in all the wards of the hospital, and to ensure social distancing in all the wards and hospital premises.

He said that the Corona admitted to the Kovid Center should take full care of the victims, keep the necessary materials and food arrangements in time. Take full care of cleanliness in the Covid Center and take the necessary precautions to prevent corona.

During the inspection, the District Collector, expressing displeasure at seeing the crowd of women, instructed the PMO to install security guards to ensure social distancing.

During this period, the District Collector also inquired about the doctors, nursing personnel and other staff working in the district hospital. He said that the district hospital should make adequate arrangements to make timely visits to patients coming for treatment, to be tested and to provide medicines free of cost so that no patient has any problem.

On this occasion, the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. CL Meena gave information about the posted and working staff in the district hospital and gave information about the outdoor and indoor patients coming for treatment in the district hospital. During this time health manager Rajkumar Sharma, Dr. CL Meena, Dr. Deepak Sharma and other doctors and nursing staff were present.

Organizing free Ayurvedic medical aid camp for scheduled caste persons in rural areas of Dausa tehsil till 25 July

Dausa, 22 July 2020. With a view to provide free medical aid to scheduled caste people of rural areas of Dausa Tehsil of the district, the National Ayurved Institute, Jaipur has approved to organize a six-day free Ayurveda mobile medical camp.

According to information received from the Joint Director Administration of National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, medical camps have been organized on 21 July in Butoli and on 22 July in Khandewal.

Similarly, free mobile Ayurveda medical camps will be organized on 23 July in Palawas, 24 July in Ramjipura and on 25 July in Binawala.
In the said mobile medical camp, the duty of officers and staff and postgraduate scholars has been imposed.

Dr. Ghanshyam Bharnava, Dr. Vinay Verma, Dr. Bhavani Singh, Dr. Rajkumar Chaturvedi and Security Guard duties have been imposed.

Joint Director Administration of National Ayurved Institute, Jaipur said that the contract vehicle 21 seater mini bus AC by the said camp institute. Through the camp, get the necessary medicines from the camp drug store.

The medicines to be taken for the camp will be duly obtained from the drug store according to the instructions of the camp in-charge officer and the pharmacists will keep a proper account and submit the remaining medicines back to the camp dispensary.

Joint Director Administration of National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur said that within three days of the end of the camp, 2 patients will submit the report to the Director in Goswara, Travel Certification Form, and the name and quantity of medicine given to patients in Patanjitka. We will clearly mention and the number of actual patients should be shown separately in the date of date in the patient.

Also, after the end of the camp, two photographs related to the camp, in which a hard copy and a soft copy along with a copy of the camp report, will make the hard copy available to the director and the soft copy to the media in-charge respectively.

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