Imphal, Aug 30
Decrying the frequent premature transfer of doctors from Chandel district Hospital, Naga Students’ Union Chandel (NSUC) had submitted a memorandum to Health & Family Welfare Minister L. Jayantakumar.
In the memorandum the NSUC stated that quite a number of specialized doctors and nurses from District Hospital Chandel are being transferred frequently prematurely.
It urged the Minister to intervene so as to put an end to such frequent premature transfers that has been taking place in District Hospital Chandel.
It further added that the District Hospital is in fact the only medical centre for availing health facility in the district. He urged the state government to provide adequate doctors and equipments.
The memorandum also drew the attention of the health Minister to fill the vacant post of specialist doctors. It stated that the hospital is in shortage of specialist doctors and that there are no doctors of Orthopaedician, Medicines, Gynaecologist and Microbiologist which is an integral and important segment of a district hospital.
It further urged the Minister to open blood bank and installation CT scan in the hospital to respond to emergency situations.
On the other hand, NSUC also drew the attention of the Minister to complete the Nursing School (ANM) which has been lying incomplete.
Rabi Takhellambam, a resident of Kairembikhok Mayai Leikai, ThoubaI District has been in the field of Journalism for more than 10 years. Rabi, is well known for his reporting from Thoubal side and Indo-Myanmar border. Rabi is also a member of All Manipur Working Journalist Union, the parent body of Journalist Union in Manipur. He can be contacted by email at [email protected]
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