Jamshedpur, Jan. 30: The Chief Minister Raghubar Das undertook an inspection at the state government-run MGM Medical College and Hospital on Saturday.
He said that there are shortcomings in the hospital which would be solved soon. He promised better services in the coming days.
He inspected different departments of the M.G.M. Hospital and directed the hospital authorities to sort out the shortcomings in the hospital management. He informed that 900 para- medical staff will be appointed very soon to run the hospital properly.
Also present on the occasion, K. Vidyasagar, principal secretary, Health Department, said that there are many shortcomings in the hospital which will be sorted out in a few months.
On this occasion, the secretary to the CM Sunil Kumar Burnwal, DC Amitabh Kaushal, SSP Anup T. Mathew, deputy development commissioner Vinod Kumar, superintendent of MGM Hospital Dr. R.Y. Choudhary, district civil surgeon, and other people were present.
The MGMCH is a government hospital with the facility of 540 beds. Everyday around 1000 patients visit the hospital for treatment. However, the hospital is in a dilapidated state as several times parts of ceiling and windows have collapsed due to lack of repair work and attention of the authorities concerned.
The team of officials inspected OPD, emergency, dental, ENT, and ECG and asked the officials to tighten their belts.
Prior to this, the Chief Minister paid tribute to Father of the Nation on his death anniversary at Jamshedpur. Das paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary by garlanding his statue at the Gandhi Maidan, Jamshedpur.
He said that the youths of the nation need to follow his ideals, views and principles. The true tribute to the Father of the Nation will be to incorporate with ‘satya’ (truth) and ‘ahimsa’ (non-violence).
East Singhbhum DC Dr. Amitabh Kaushal, SSP Anoop T Mathew, district police officials and others were present on the occasion.