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Ensure Presence in Health Institutions: Jammu and Kashmir Health Minister to Medicos

by Vishnuprasad on March 23, 2015 at 8:45 PM
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Ensure Presence in Health Institutions: Jammu and Kashmir Health Minister to Medicos

Chaudhary Lal Singh, Jammu and Kashmir Minister for Health and Medical Education, has directed all the medicos and paramedicos to remain present in the health institutions as per duty roasters. He also added that absence during duty hours would be viewed seriously.

The minister while interacting with the doctors and paramedical staff during his inspection of health institutions at SherKotla and Barwal areas in Kathua district asked the concerned officials to pay regular visits to healthcare institutions in their respective jurisdictions and personally monitor the stock of medicines and facilities being provided to the ailing people.


He stressed upon the medical fraternity to work with dedication and devotion for the welfare of the patients.

The minister assured that needful would be done for opening of dispensary at SherKotla. "More medicos and paramedics will be appointed in the various health institutions of the district to provide better and improved healthcare services to the people in the state," he said.

Source: Medindia


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