Mahasamund: Director Medical Education CG DME Dr. R. K. Singh visited the site of the Medical College
CG DME Checked Information about health services
Mahasamund, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Saturday, 21 November 2020
Along with the increase in medical services, by providing excellent and trained doctors, the public got to see the re-inspection work on Friday in the ambitious project of Medical College which provides regional level treatment in the district itself. According to the information received from the district health, the Director, Medical Education (DME) Dr. R. K. Singh reached Mahasamund yesterday. Dr. with them Nirmal Verma was with him.
Dr. R. K. In the morning shift, Singh inspected the plan format for the land allotment for the medical college located at Village Kharora, from the Khasra number to the entry and exit. He then reached the Chief Medical and Health Office. There he took CMHO Dr. N. K. Took detailed information about the medical services being provided from Mandpay. In the meeting, A.D.M. Jogendra Nayak and Deputy Collector Ms. Pooja Bansal made him aware of the current status of land allotment and the building to be constructed in future.
In this order CG DME Dr. R. K. Singh and his team reached the district hospital and assessed the service facilities of OPD, IPD, neonatal intensive care unit, operation theater and emergency medical services etc. Also, in the present perspective, GNMs being used as Kovid Care Center. Observed MPW hostel including nursing center. In which, according to the norms of medical college, the building and premises, the number and size of rooms, hostels for accommodation and all the arrangements of mess etc., which are included in the mandatory list.
CG DME in ascending order. Dr. R. K. Singh inspected the Lively-Wood College at Baraunda Market in view of the expansion of medical college facility and in view of the upcoming management assessment. Where, in the upcoming sessions including departmental expansion, the possibilities related to the study requirements of second and third year students were explored.
It is being told that the said inspection has been done by the Director of Medical Education to set up the most prestigious medical college at Mahasamund as soon as possible. In which, after compiling the necessary information, emphasis is being laid on the implementation of the upcoming scheme. District health services have also been asked to carry out the work as per instructions, making continuous coordination and cooperation in this direction. In such a situation, the speculation is soon intensifying with the start of high-level medical services in the district along with the study of medical colleges soon.
CG DME Dr. R. K. During the inspection of Singh, ADM among the district level officers. Mr. Nayak, Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Mandpe, Deputy Collector Ms. Bansal, S.D.O. (PWD) Mr. Chandrakar and Sandeep Chandrakar, District Health Advisor of National Health Mission and related officers and employees were present.