Jamshedpur, Sept. 20: A three-member team of Medical Council of India (MCI) carried out inspection at state-run MGM Medical College and Hospital to find out situation prevailing at the hospital.
The team led by Dr Gangadhar Gouda from Karnataka Institute of Medical Science (KIMS), Hubli, Karnataka took checking records of the doctors.
While Dr Gangadhar Gouda carried out inspection of infrastructure at the hospital, two members of the same team arrived at the medical college in Sakchi at around 11 am and went around the different wards, intensive care unit (ICU), pathology, X-Ray unit and also saw the registers about the teaching faculty, nurses and para medicals at the hospital.
�The inspection team stayed at the hospital for nearly two hours and checked the infrastructure and the faculty qualifications and numbers. They also give suggestion about improving cleanliness and hygiene at the hospital,” said an official.
Incidentally, the medical cradle had applied for PG courses (MS/MD) in orthopedic, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, biochemistry, pathology, microbiology, gynaecology and obstetrics, surgery, medicine and anesthesia. The medical college has affiliation for 100 MBBS seats.