30 junior resident doctors including three senior doctors took charge at Sonbhadra Medical College

Sonbhadra. After the district hospital has been upgraded as a medical college, patients will no longer have to wander in search of a doctor. Adequate doctors have been deployed in the hospital. Out of 35 resident doctors appointed for the medical college, 30 resident doctors have taken charge and started providing services. Patients are feeling relieved due to increase in the number of doctors from OPD to emergency. Other arrangements of the hospital will also be improved in future hopefully.
The District Joint Hospital of the district has been battling with the shortage of doctors for a long time. From April 1, the district hospital has been declared as a medical college. After which doctors were appointed on 35 posts of junior residents, out of which 30 have also taken charge. Four senior doctors have also been posted, out of which three have taken charge. The special thing is that it also includes two orthopedists and a surgeon. The post of orthopedic specialist in the hospital was lying vacant for the last two months. Other doctors also used to treat the concerned patients. In case of serious injury, he had to be referred. Now the deployment of two doctors will give a lot of relief to the patients. Chief Medical Superintendent Dr. Ashwani Kumar said that Dr. Anoop Kumar Singh, Orthopedic Dr. Sushant Kumar and Dr. Vijay Kumar have taken charge as surgeons. Junior doctors have also started working under the supervision of seniors in various departments.
Officially, from the beginning of the new financial session, from April 1, the district hospital was brought under the medical college, but the slip of the district joint hospital was being made in the OPD. But now the patients are getting slips written by Autonomous State Medical College, Sonbhadra Affiliated Hospital, Lodhi.
According to Dr. SK Singh, Principal, Medical College, 35 Junior Residents doctor have been appointed in the Medical College. Out of this, 30 have taken charge and started providing services. Other doctors will also take charge soon. Rapid efforts are being made to make the medical college fully functional.

Ravindra Kesari Sonbhadra

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