Taj for adoption of MCI norms
Jammu, Feb 5: Minister for Medical Education Taj Mohi ud Din Tuesday stressed on the need for rationalizing human resource in medical services for better results. He pitched for adoption of Medical Council of India (MCI) norms for better and quality services at the hospitals. Chairing a joint review meeting of Health and Medical Education Departments here today, the Minister asked for ensuring quality surgical equipments and using generic medicine at hospitals which are in line with the prescribed norms throughout the country.
Minister of State for Heath, Shabir Ahmad Khan was also present in the meeting.
Taj impressed upon the officers to regularize the tenure of registrars at the GMCs and ensure a roster regime for the same. He asked for immediate shifting of doctors who have overstayed as registrars for a long period.
The Minister advised sharing of human resources between Health and Medical Education Departments in view of the shortage of staff. He suggested checking the huge rush of referrals cases to tertiary care units.
Taj said Government is willing to make rules governing the services of doctors more flexible hinting at making amendments in existing rules as well to make their working more comfortable.
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