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Anesthesia doctor posted at District Hospital Kishtwar
12/18/2018 10:16:40 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report
Kishtwar, Dec 18: Two days after Early Times highlighted the issue with regard to "non availability" of anesthesia doctor at District Hospital Kishtwar, the Jammu and Kashmir Government on Tuesday posted an anesthetist at Kishtwar hospital.
As per the details available with Early Times, Director of Health Services Jammu after issuing the order of posting of Anesthetist at Kishtwar Hospital finally endorsed the order of Principal Secretary Health and Medical Education and ordered the posting of Dr Rajesh Kumar Baghat, Consultant Anesthesia at District Hospital Kishtwar by recalling him from Government Medical College Jammu.
It is pertinent to mention here that several patients were referred to Doda and Jammu hospital from Kishtwar hospital during last two months as authorities despite promising the posting of the anesthetist failed to fulfill their promise.
Speaking to "Early Times" Burhan Wani, the member of local NGO Ababeel who offered the free services to the
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poor people in Kishtwar District said, "Posting of Anesthesia doctor will help the poor people."
He said that the government must follow up this by providing the Critical Ambulance that was sanctioned way back during previous NC-Congress Government.
Another Social Activist Shakir Siddiqui said that District Hospital lacks facilities as well as due to non availability of the doctors, the patients coming from far flung areas of the district are suffering badly. He said that over 70 posts including over a dozen posts of doctors are lying vacant in the hospital and called upon the concerned authorities to fill up all the vacant posts at district hospital Kishtwar.
He also called for providing all medicare facilities to the people visiting District Hospital Kishtwar from far flung areas of the district and also called for construction of night shelters for the attendants of the patients visiting for treatment at Kishtwar Hospital from areas like Marwah, Warwan, Padder, Bhunjwah, Saroor and other places.
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