4/28/2017 3:34:00 PM
News In Focus
Letter to the Editor
Div Com(K) reviews functioning of Health Deptt
K H News Service
[ March 21, 2017 ]
Srinagar/March, 20: Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan Monday convened a meeting to review functioning of Health Department in the valley.
Director Health Services Kashmir, Saleem-u-Rehman, Deputy Director Planning, all Chief Medical officers (CMOs) of the valley and other concerned officials attended the meeting.
The Divisional Commissioner was given a brief about the facilities being provided to the people in valley’s healthcare institutions. He was informed that critical care is being provided to various patients in health institutions of the valley free of cost.
The meeting was further informed that buildings for 18 new healthcare centers have been completed and would be dedicated to the public very soon, besides digital X-ray and other medical and diagnostic equipments are being installed in district hospital Budgam shortly.
The Divisional Commissioner directed all CMOs to ensure proper sanitation and cleanliness in and around all the Health institutions in the valley and directed the concerned to take up all the matters including land acquisition issues with the concerned Deputy Commissioners so that the buildings are completed within the stipulated time.
He directed the Director Health Services Kashmir to submit a comprehensive requirement of medicos, paramedics and other healthcare staff. He also asked the concerned to come up with details of ambulance and other medicare and diagnostic equipment required for smooth functioning of healthcare institutions of the valley.
Read More From this Section
New school timing in Kashmir from April 1
Karra owes explanation to his voters: Ansari
CU Sgr extends last date for online applications
Shah pays tributes to martyrs Ishfaq Majeed, Adv Jaleel, Dr Abdul Ahad, Shabir Sidiqi
Civilian Killings: Kamal trains guns on Army
Hurriyat (G) condemns State authorities for unleashing arrest spree
Muslims a marginalized community in India: Tarigami
No relief for separatists in Kashmir
Police foils Er Rasheed’s protest prog
Cycle rally to create road safety awareness held in Srinagar
Govt office timings changed in Kashmir
Lok Adalat in Srinagar on April 8
Geelani tributes slain militants
Petrol pump owners asked to keep reserve stock of fuel at Srinagar
Tarigami supports demand of workers working in different depts
RTO issues auto-rickshaw fares
Edu Minister visits Chinar Bagh fire victims
SMC employees back tainted officials, observe strike
Sagar says PDP has unleashed reign of 'terror' in Kashmir
Hurriyat (G) condemns Govt’s refusal to allow Geelani to offer Friday prayer