Mail News Service
Jamshedpur: Food and Civil Supplies Minister and Jamshedpur West MLA Saryu Roy has promised to spend a dayevery week to keep a check at the hospital and monitor improvement.
Roy, who inspected MGM Hospital on Friday, reviewed the hospital�sdaily activities and performance. He also met senior doctors of the hospital. In this regard, he also spoke to Secretary of Health on the telephone and sought information whether the criteria of Medical Council of India is being met by the hospital.
Doctors of the hospital informed Roy that there have been no dressers in the hospital for the past several days due to which the work is being interrupted at the emergency, surgery and burn unit. Moreover, the tenure of the four senior resident doctors in the hospital is also going to be completed in the first week of May. With their departure, teaching and medication will be interrupted and it will be difficult to run the hospital smoothly. In this regard, urgent action should be taken at the level of the government.
The minister assured the doctors that he would take steps that the shortcomings at the hospital are fulfilled. He said that he will come to MGM Hospital one day in a week and take care of improvement initiatives. He also said that MGM Hospital will be the only hospital in the country where there is no dresser.
MGM Medical College and Hospital is a government hospital with the facility of 540 beds. Everyday around 1000 patients come here for treatment. It may be mentioned that State Government governed Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College and Hospital, is an Indian medical school established in 1964. It is situated in the outskirts of Jamshedpur near Dimna. The college’s hospital is located in Sakchi.