Rajasthan Govt. announces to recruit new doctors
As per the report stated by Rajasthan govt. minister, the govt. recruited 750 new doctors for the arrangement of medical services provided to the patients in the State.
While the doctors’ strike entered its sixth day on Monday and 18 doctors from among the protesters were arrested for striking work despite the Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act being in force but there was no work had been done for suffering patients.
As per the report, Dr Karan Singh on behalf of the All Rajasthan In-Service Doctors Association (ARISDA) set stage for talks with state government to resolve the issue, but this issue has gone in other side.
In fact , the govt. wants to end this issue but would also confused that who would represent the protesting doctors, who is their leader and what issues the talks would include.
“We do not have a clue about who is their leader or to whom we should talk. We did not receive any offer or proposal for a dialogue from the agitating doctors. Let them send a proposal, we are ready for talks,” quoted as saying Rajkumar Sharma,the Minister of state for health . Read more
Gujarat will provide 1,350 medical seats in coming 3 years
On Sunday, while attending the Pramukhswami Medical College’s function at Karamsad that had been organized to celebrate the beginning of the silver jubilee year, Gujarat Health Minister Jaynarayan Vyas has made an announcement that the State government has taken a decision to make additional 450 medical seats every year in the next three years.
He added in his statement, “By 2022, when India is expected to have one medical college for every 25 lakh population, Gujarat will have in place one medical college for every 15 lakh people in the State.”
Talking about rapid growth of Gujarat state due to work done for population of the state like excellent medical education programme, Mr. Vyas defined the Gujarat govt. achievements in Medical field .
“As per present projections, India will need about 6.5 lakh doctors and about 12.5 lakh trained nurses by the year 2025 to meet the demand for skilled medical and para-medical professionals. Gujarat is chalking out plans to achieve the goal with focus on quality education and training.” Read more
While death of 6 infant in 6 hours during Thursday- Friday at Malda Sadar Hospital, aged between 1 and 70 days, there are next three more infant died at same Hospital on Saturday.
Now the death rate is going to nine in the past two days, three died in the hospital today, six other died last two days.
Superintendent of the hospital, Dr R R Samanta said, “Most of the babies were suffering from respiratory problems due to the severe cold wave sweeping the district. We tried our best to treat them, but could not.”
From November 8, 128 children died in this hospital out of them there were 15 infants.
And for baby’s safety, a Sick Newborn Care Unit (SNCU) was inaugurated in the hospital this month. Read more
Rajasthan healthcare in trouble as 5000 doctors quits
The medical health services of Rajasthan are now surmounting by a major crisis because of 5,000 doctors resignations submission.
The crisis had been started from 21 Dec while all the doctors in government hospitals, were on strike for their fulfillment of demand of a pay hike and time-bound promotions.
With their support, resident doctors of all six medical colleges, dispensaries, primary health centres of state are also there.
Although some private doctors and medical teachers also stopped their work and went on strike for four and two hours in support of the protesting government doctors, but after that they regulated their duties.
But no one is thinking about the dozens of patients who have needed of specific medical treatment. The strike of all doctors in state has crippled health services and left over a dozen patients dead. Read more