SHABIR PAYS SURPRISE VISIT TO SD HOSPITAL CHADOORA
Srinagar, Apr 14: The Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Shabir Ahmed Khan exhorted upon the functionaries of Health Department to work with devotion and dedication for bringing more improvement in health care facilities across the State, directing that ensuring punctuality among the hospital staff, bringing complete accountability and transparency in the health institutions should always remain the top priority.
The Health Minister today said this during his tour to the Kashmir valley and while paying surprise visit to Sub-District- Hospital, Chadoora in Budgam.
While taking stock of the functioning of the hospital, he went round each unit of the hospital, enquired welfare of the patients and about the medicare facilities provided to them by the hospital authorities.
He directed concerned Medical Superintendent for ensuring all possible treatment facilities to the patients besides ensuring maximum benefits of RKS, JSS and other programmes to the deserved patients under National Health Mission.
He directed hospital administrator for maintaining proper cleanliness in and around the Hospitals.He cautioned that concerned Medical Superintendents and Block Medical Officer of their respective hospital are wholly and solely responsible for smooth functioning of the hospitals adding that it should be properly ensured that all possible facilities are extended to each patient during the treatment in the hospitals.
He also took stock of the facilities being provided to the patients under centrally sponsored Schemes RKS and JSS. He directed the concerned for utilization of funds for hospital welfare with close consultation of concerned Legislators.
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