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DC warns of action, if private hospitals fail to toe the line

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Mysuru: Deputy Commissioner Rohini V Sindhuri warned of action if the private hospitals create artificial scarcity of beds, despite having the facility to treat Covid patients.

DC who held a key meeting with health and family welfare department officials and district level officials, clearly instructed the private hospitals to ensure 50 per cent of beds for Covid cases and share the information with the district administration on a daily basis.

There has been an increase in Covid cases. Hence the people should not be forced to run in search of beds. So, the complete data of availabilityof  beds, oxygenated beds and ICU should be provided to Arogya Mithra and Nodal officer appointed by the district administration without fail.

As the second wave of Covid has turned out to be very effective, there should not be any delay in treatment. The district is better equipped on health front and hence we should not earn disrepute in case of deaths.

Moreover the death audit should be conducted on the day of death and the hospitals should compulsorily abide by the instructions. The district administration is taking measures to ensure that there will no scarcity of oxygen at hospitals. The information related to oxygen should be be provided in advance. The patients admitted at hospitals should be given better treatment, said deputy commissioner seeking the cooperation of private hospitals in this regard.

Additional Deputy Commissioner B S Manjunath Swamy, ZP Deputy Secretary Prem Kumar, DHO Dr T Amarnath, District Surveillance Officer Dr Shivaprasad, District Family Welfare Officer Dr Ravi and district Ayush officer Dr Seethalakshmi were present.

– Team Mysoorunews


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