- The State Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang requested an audit of all medical and other Hamidia hospital equipment.
THD NewsDesk, BHOPAL: Just recently, the State Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang requested an audit of all medical and other Hamidia hospital equipment on Sunday. Sarang visited the hospital a day following the clean chit for significant power failure in Covid-19 center of the largest tertiary care hospital.
Sarang visited Hamidia hospital and undertook a review meeting with doctors and other officials. Hamidia hospital superintendent Dr. ID Chaurasia, Gandhi Medical College dean Dr. Aruna Kumar and others were present.
The audit report will highlight the time of production of the instruments and the last servicing features. Similarly, department HoDs will be committed to monitoring the work of maintenance agencies. Moreover, MSW workers will be deployed to report and record feedback from patients. This system will be introduced from Monday. Any complaint would be conveyed to the respective dean and department HoD.
On the intervening night of Friday and Saturday, three corona patients, including the ex-corporator, died. The deaths took place after a power failure. Deputy commissioner of revenue Usha Parmar reviewed the generator set failure, and Gandhi Medical College dean Aruna Kumar probed the patients’ deaths. The hospital’s DG sets are PWD’s electricity wing’s responsibility, which has outsourced the job to an agency.