Work on to streamline working at SGPGI : Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak
Lucknow: The Deputy Chief Minister of U.P. said that Sanjay Gandhi PGI and Kalyan Singh Cancer Institute are being expanded rapidly.
Soon there will be a separate arrangement for the treatment of diabetes patients in PGI. Severe diabetes patients will be able to get treatment. Patients will also be admitted here along with OPD.
By September 2023, the Advanced Diabetes Center will start fully functioning.
On Saturday, Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak reviewed the progress report of PGI and Kalyan Singh Institute. The Deputy Chief Minister directed the officials to complete the proposal related to the patients at the earliest. Institute’s director Dr. RK Dhiman and other officers shared the progress report of the institute.
Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak issued instructions for construction work and collection of other resources. The Deputy Chief Minister said that the shortage of faculty and resident doctors is being removed in PGI to provide better treatment to the patients in Pediatric Endocrinology, Head and Neck and Infectious Diseases Center.
Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak said that robotic surgery is being promoted. So far 550 robotic surgeries have been done. The process of procuring another robot is underway. The Deputy Chief Minister said that an advance pediatric center would soon be set up in the PGI.
This center will have 573 beds. In this, children suffering from serious illness will be able to get treatment under one roof. MoU has been signed with six medical colleges to promote Tele ICU. PGI and Powergrid will spend Rs 17.1 crore and steps will be taken to implement this system in UP.
Saloni Heart Foundation has signed an MoU worth Rs 460 crore to provide treatment to children suffering from heart disease. In the review meeting, Director Dr. RK Dhiman told that advertisement has been published for the recruitment of 62 doctors. The recruitment process for 503 posts of various categories of employees will be completed soon. The Deputy Chief Minister said that eight operation theatres, 12-bed pre-operative wards and 16-bed post-operative wards are being operated in the institute.
Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak said that the cadre restructuring could not be done in PGI for almost 20 years. The director of the institute got it completed as per the intention of the government. The pay scale of the employees working in Apex Trauma Center has been rectified.
Backlog recruitment has been completed in 27 departments. The recruitment process of doctors for Forensic Medicine, Medical Oncology, Psychiatry, Liver Disease and Liver Transplant Unit is going on. Apart from this, the recruitment process of 386 non-teaching and 905 nursing officers is going on.
There is a recruitment exam on 18 February. The Deputy Chief Minister said that about 200 beds are currently recruiting patients in the Kalyan Singh Cancer Institute. In the next three months, the recruitment of patients will start on 339 beds. The blood bank will be operational within two months. Pathak said that the PDCC course in the Cancer Institute would be in Oncopathology, Gynaecology, Radiation Oncology, Eye Anesthesia, Maxillofacial Oncology and Prevention Oncology.
Apart from this, DM and MCh courses will be in gynaecology, surgical and eye anesthesia. While the study of MD and MS will be Anaesthesiology, Pathology, Radiation Oncology, Microbiology, Radiology, Transfusion Medicine and Public Health.