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Patna: Pvt hospitals have more bouncers than docs


PATNA: Congress MLC Prem Chandra Mishra on Tuesday raised the problem of bouncers being employed by way of the personal hospitals in the state. Mishra, through a short understand question in the state legislative Council, cited the example of a personal health facility near Saguna Mor in Patna on January 21 when media people were also thrashed by way of its bouncers.
“Isn’t it the fact that in many hospitals, collection of bouncers have outnumbered the docs and nursing workforce and hockey sticks and iron rod are found in massive numbers,” learn the question. Mishra alleged that the health facility workers misbehave with the attendants and deliberately admit the sufferers in ICU or put them on a ventilator to mint cash.

RJD MLC Ram Chandra Purbey also moved a call consideration movement against the functioning of personal hospitals in violation of the foundations and laws, especially those on the Bypass street.

Demanding strict action against such hospitals and clinics, Purbey mentioned many such hospitals shouldn't have skilled medical workforce and keep the affected person’s body on a ventilator even after demise for the sake of money. In some circumstances, the health facility management assists in keeping the body hostage when attendants fail to pay cash.


Replying to Mishra’s question, well being minister Mangal Pandey mentioned the state has Bihar Clinical (Registration and legislation) Rules 2013 following the central executive’s Clinical Establishment (registration and legislation) Act, 2010.


Pandey mentioned the Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Bihar Health Service Association (BHSA) have moved the Patna high court docket against the foundations and action can't be taken because the matter is sub judice. He also mentioned the dep. had filed an interlocutory utility in 2016 on this regard.


Pandey mentioned he has been individually taking a look into any incident reported about a affected person being confused by way of the hospitals or workers.




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