Today Hamidia’s OPD will not get treatment, nor will there be post mortem
Bhopal. 25 lakh population of the capital will not get treatment at Hamidia and Sultania Hospital on Tuesday. Only emergency services will be operational in the hospital. In fact, preparations are being made to take away the rights from the doctors posted in the Government Medical College and hand them over to the administrative ones. Which doctors across the state are opposing. Doctors say that if this proposal is passed in the cabinet meeting to be held on Tuesday, then celebrating Black Day, they will go on indefinite strike. It may be mentioned that there is opposition to the proposal of appointment of IAS officers in 13 medical colleges of the state including capital Bhopal. On Monday, the doctors of Gandhi Medical College expressed their protest by tying black bands. President of MP Medical Teachers Association, Dr. Rakesh Malviya told that the appointment of administrative officer in medical colleges will have adverse effect.
– taking decisions without thinking
GMC Dean Dr. Arvind Rai says that some officers of the department are taking decisions without thinking. Doctors may be better informed about the hospital and medical college and not the administrative officers. This decision will only increase the chaos.
Operation will be postponed, there will be no post mortem
Doctors’ strike in hospitals will directly affect the health of patients. During this, doctors will neither sit in OPD nor do surgery. Not only this, post mortem will also not be done. Tell that patients with serious diseases from other cities also reach Hamidia Hospital for treatment. From their operation to critical care, the responsibility lies in the hands of senior doctors. If there is an indefinite strike from Tuesday, then the arrangements will come to a standstill.
Why the opposition of Deputy Collector and SDM?
The officials of Teachers Association said that this system is not there anywhere in the country. Apart from this, hospital manager and hospital administration are required to run the hospital. The government should appoint experienced people in both the above categories and not Deputy Collector and SDM.
Kamal Nath said: Government should consider the demands
On the strike and demonstrations in medical colleges, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath tweeted that medical teachers of the state are protesting by tying black bands for their demands and warning of strike. The condition of health facilities in the state is already bad. In such a situation, the state government should consider their demands in the interest of the general public.
More than 300 teachers and doctors on strike
On Tuesday, the doctors will celebrate Black Day expressing their protest. If the proposal to appoint an IAS, SAS etc. officer is passed, then more than 300 doctors of GMC will go on strike. During this, the OPD of many hospitals will also remain closed.
Dr. Rakesh Malviya, President, MP Medical Teachers Association