Complete shutdown of Health services in state hospitals from December 29: Haryana doctors body | Chandigarh News – Times of India

Complete shutdown of Health services in state hospitals from December 29: Haryana doctors body | Chandigarh News - Times of India

Chandigarh: The Haryana Civil Medical Service (HCMS) Association has clarified that if the issues related to their demands are resolved. Doctors Doctors in the state will stop OPD services on December 27 if no action is taken by the state authorities in the state as soon as possible. will All services closed from 29th December.
On Tuesday, doctors across the state wore black badges and submitted memorandums regarding their demands to MLAs/Ministers and Deputy Commissioners of their respective areas.
Sharing the details, HCMS Association Haryana President Dr. Rajesh Khayaliya said that there is deep resentment among all members over the government’s insensitive attitude towards such important issues.
He informed that the second meeting of HCMS Association was held with Additional Chief Secretary (Health) on December 14 in which various issues raised by the association were discussed. The meeting was inconclusive. The HCMS Association has been struggling for a long time and has been requesting the government to implement the suggestions/demands raised by the association to attract and retain doctors in government service.
“The association has been demanding the government to provide an enabling environment to doctors so that they can provide quality health services. Currently, the quality of health care in the state has been severely compromised. WHO norms According to there should be one doctor per thousand population. So there are more than 10,000 doctors working in government sector but HCMS currently has less than 2500 doctors involved in patient care/treatment. Indian Public Health Standards (IPHS) According to norms, a specialist doctor has to examine/treat 60 patients per day to provide quality services. In contrast, a doctor examines about 200 patients per day and some more in Haryana,’ Dr. Khyaliya added.
Dr Anil Yadav, general secretary of the association, said that a committee was formed by the government in May this year to look into why doctors were leaving the job, and the committee would submit its report within a month. Had to present. Unfortunately, despite the passage of six months, the committee has not submitted its report.

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