Raipur: Till the problem of re-agent kit is not resolved, the patients of Ambedkar Hospital will now be examined in Hummer Lab. Along with this, to remove the lateness of the post mortem report, recruitment will be done in the forensic department. This decision has been taken in the meeting of the Autonomous Committee chaired by the Health Minister.
The shortage of re-agent kits in Ambedkar Hospital has not yet been overcome, due to which many types of tests are not being done here, patients are getting disappointed. In the meeting of the Self-Governing Committee, another way of Hummer Lab has been found for this. That is, till the problem of re-agent kit in Ambedkar Hospital is resolved, the test will be done in our lab. Lab technicians of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Hospital will be sent there to assist in testing the samples.
There is a problem in the treatment of patients due to non-availability of various types of hormones in the hospital. CGMSC is responsible for the supply of re-agent kits, but the demand is not being met from there. Similarly, in the meeting of the Self-Governing Committee, approval was given to increase the number of clerical staff and computers in the Forensic Department to remove the agony of the family members who get the post-mortem report late and to speed up the work of preparing the report. Parliamentary Secretary Vikas Upadhyay, Medical Education Department Secretary Prasanna R., Divisional Commissioner Yashwant Kumar and other members were present in the General Council meeting.00 Temporary arrangement of Physician Assistant
In the meeting, the matter of non-regular recruitment of Physician Assistant for surgery in the Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery also came to the fore, on which instructions were given to make temporary arrangements. Alternative arrangements for hostels for medical students were also discussed. There, it was asked to set up fire fighting system, to appoint staff for the children of the staff working in the hospital and to appoint staff for its operation in all three shifts.