Notice to 38 officers and employees of Health Department: Duty from 9 am, missing at 10 am; CMHO arrived in Ratanpur for inspection

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Notice to 38 officers and employees of Health Department: Duty from 9 am, missing at 10 am; CMHO arrived in Ratanpur for inspection
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3:55 AM August 9, 2022
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38 officers and employees of the Health Department in Bilaspur were absent from the office on Monday. The CMHO, who arrived in the inspection, issued a notice to them and sought clarification within 24 hours. If there is no appropriate answer, a day's salary has been warned to be deducted. CMHO came to take stock of the Department of Community Health Center (CHC), Food and Drug Control and Malaria. Went to know. OPD usually starts in the hospital at 9 am. By this time all the staff including the doctor should reach the hospital. Despite this, there were no 9 staff including many doctors in the CHC of Ratanpur till 10 am.

At the same time, the patients arrived for treatment, the patients wandered waiting for the doctors. During this, Dr. Srivastava also knew the condition of the hospitalized patients and interacted with them. During the inspection, he instructed to get better treatment of patients. Taken review Most of the officers and employees were found missing here. Dr. Srivastava reached the office, then there was silence. Only one staff eye staff assistant grade-1 Deepti Singh was present in the office. During interrogation, it was found that there were 15 staff in the office, out of which 14 people were absent.

CMHO Dr. Srivastava also reached the malaria department on Monday during the absence of 15 staff of the malaria department. There are 18 officers and employees posted here, in which 15 staff were found missing. On this, CMHO Dr. Srivastava expressed strong displeasure and also warned to take strict action if the chaos did not improve. Gynecologist Dr. Nehal Jha, AYUSH Medical Officer Dr. Shilpa Mishra, Physiotherapist Dr. Pranjal Singh, Pharmacist Sunita Singh, Supervisor Sudha Mishra, Shail Marawi, Shivkumar Nagrichi, Sitaram Patel as well as Assistant Food Controller of Food and Drug Control Department Ravindra Balle, Drug Inspector Chandrakala Thakur, Piyush Jaiswal, Sonam Jain, Ashwini Kumar, Sangharsh Mishra, Devendra Kumar Vindhyyaz, Mohit Behera, Avisha Marawi, Samendra Dhruv, Ravi Yadav, Nidhi Jaiswal, Prateek Tiwari and Manish Packra issued notice and sought answers. Is. He has ordered that no officer will go on a tour without information. It is said to take disciplinary action if the chaos does not improve.

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