Ban on recruitment of patients in two hospitals of Bhopal: Municipal Corporation canceled Fire NOC applications, CMHO action on drophin Chidron and NRT Hospital

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Ban on recruitment of patients in two hospitals of Bhopal: Municipal Corporation canceled Fire NOC applications, CMHO action on drophin Chidron and NRT Hospital
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5:43 PM August 4, 2022
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CMHO Dr. Prabhakar Tiwari said that the applications of fire NOC applications of NTR Hospital in Mangalwara and Dolphin Chidron Hospital in Nizamuddin Colony were canceled with the Municipal Corporation. It was reported from the corporation through a letter. After this, new patients have been banned from these two hospitals. Orders have been ordered to shift patients admitted to these hospitals to other hospitals.

Temperary fire safety in a month will be registered for not taking NOC, cancell

the operators of these two hospitals to the operators It has been instructed to submit Temperary fire safety NOC from the Municipal Corporation within a month and submit it to the CMHO office. Registration of the hospital will also be canceled if fire NOC is not available in a month. Health department, electricity department and municipal teams are auditing fire and electric safety in hospitals in different areas of Bhopal. If there is a fire or any other emergency situation is created, then we should also talk in the codeword to give information among themselves. If the hospital doctors, nursing staff or other employees shout at the fire and say that there is a fire, then there can be an atmosphere of chaos in the hospital admitted to the hospital and their families. In such a situation, it can be a challenge to control the fire and control the stampede in the hospital. It would be better to use codewords in informing such accidents on mobile too. Municipal Fire Officer Shakti Tiwari said during the mockdrill held on Thursday at Hamidia Hospital. During this, GMC Dean Dr. Arvind Rai, Superintendent of Hamidia Hospital, Dr. Ashish Gohia, besides doctors, nursing staff and hospital staff were present.

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