Brijesh Singh, the minister in cost of Gautam Budh Nagar, visited the District Hospital in Sector 39, Noida, on Monday after a number of shortcomings in its operations emerged because it opened in January of this 12 months. The 240-bed hospital opened in August 2020 however served because the district’s devoted Covid-19 facility till January of this 12 months, when the district hospital was relocated to the constructing.
“I’m glad with the hospital’s degree of cleanliness and hygiene. I went by way of all of the hospital’s wings. I perceive that some inadequacies have emerged because the district hospital not too long ago relocated to this new constructing. The chief medical superintendent has been knowledgeable of these points, and anxious officers have been directed to resolve them as quickly as doable,” mentioned Singh.
When requested about these shortcomings, the minister and Chief Medical Superintendent of the District Hospital, Renu Aggarwal, mentioned the issues have been stored confidential.
“The hospital is understaffed as a result of new vacancies haven’t been created because the district hospital relocated right here. The district hospital used to have 100 beds, nevertheless it now has 240 beds. Nevertheless, the medical employees has not been expanded to accommodate the elevated affected person load. This matter was mentioned with the minister,” mentioned Aggarwal.
Singh mentioned the matter can be addressed on the state degree.
“I can see that the hospital receives many sufferers every day. I’ve requested that the hospital administration put together a report on the employees scarcity. I’ll talk about the matter with deputy chief minister Brijesh Pathak, and each effort shall be made to extend the quantity of employees deployed on the hospital,” Singh mentioned.
Singh, additionally in cost of the state authorities’s Public Works Division, inspected the hospital’s Drugs Distribution Counter, ICU, emergency ward, dengue ward, common ward, OPD, and IPD ward. On the hospital pharmacy, he took a affected person’s prescription and inquired whether or not the listed medicines had been accessible on the hospital pharmacy. He then went to the first-floor emergency ward and inquired concerning the affected person’s situation and spoke with their relations concerning the behaviour of medical doctors and employees, therapies, and medical amenities.