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Notices to 12 doctors, staff over ‘poor show’ at Sanganer unit


JAIPUR: Twelve medical doctors and different healthcare workforce had been served notices after the health division crew uncovered negligence of patients on the Sanganer neighborhood health centre (CHC) on Monday.
Chepasani housing board satellite health facility has more or less the same situation. The development of the satellite health facility was constructed at a cost of Rs2.five crore. It has 13 medical doctors and 20 workforce however only one child delivery was achieved. The health facility has 4 gynecologists however the operation theatre is mendacity unused.

During a marketing campaign introduced for inspecting hospitals and health centres, the health division crew found that regardless of having all of the amenities the Sanganer CHC didn't perform surgeries. Moreover, the residents alleged that the workforce demanded money for care of pregnant ladies and delivery of small children.

The division had posted a gynaecologist at Sanganer CHC, a common surgeon, an orthopaedic surgeon, an ophthalmology surgeon and an anaesthesia specialist. Despite all of the amenities and deployment of a crew of medical doctors, surgeries of appendix, cataract, herniorrhaphy and surgeries associated with orthopaedics and gynaecology have not been performed for a very long time. Besides, the crew also found that anaesthesia consultants, who lend a hand in surgeries, were found serving within the outpatient division.


Special secretary (health) Dr Samit Sharma stated that regardless of a sufficient number of medical doctors posted at Sanganer CHC in conjunction with all of the amenities of wards, New Born Stabilisation Unit (NBSU), and many others., no operation has been performed for a very long time.


He stated the ultimate major surgical operation was performed in May 2017. It was performed by means of a doctor who has already retired from govt provider. In the past 365 days, two surgeries were performed in August and November, which were caesarean deliveries.


Two nurses, Kamlesh Gupta and Pushpa Chaudhary, were served notices as pregnant ladies alleged that the accused nurses demanded money for maternal care. CHC incharge and predominant specialist (paediatrician) Dr Ok Ok Khandelwal, predominant specialist (gynaecologist) Dr Abha Sethi, junior specialist (gynaecologist) Dr Vandana Gupta, anaesthesia specialist Dr Mohan Saini were served notices for not performing caesarean deliveries. Ward boy Mahesh Sharma was served notice for unsatisfactory paintings behaviour, whilst different medical doctors were served notices for coming past due on duty.




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