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Poor work culture at DH Udhampur affects patient care
3/21/2019 10:30:36 PM
Ashwani Sharma
Early Times Report
Udhampur, Mar 20: Poor work culture at District Hospital here has adversely affected patient care.
The locals have accused the doctors of giving preference to patients with political links. "The lesser mortals are simply ignored," said a local.
They added that the doctors disappear from the hospital including the emergency as the evening descends.
"The doctor on duty in emergency remains asleep and the interns from ANMT School look after the patients.
The locals said that critically ill or wounded are admitted in the emergency and emergencies cannot be handled by interns, "There are no free medicines available in the hospital. The patients are told to get the prescribed medicines from the open market," they said. An intern said that they get approximately 300 syringes, 30 Pantop injections for fifteen days and other items things are also given in limited quantity. "When we exhaust the stock, we have to tell the patients to go to the market," he said.
Locals have appealed to the Governor S P Malik to look into the matter and act against the wrong doers.
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