In Rajasthan, medical services will remain closed across the state on Thursday in protest against the Right to Health Bill Bill. Now in support of private hospital doctors
Doctors at the government hospital have decided to boycott mass work for the entire day on Wednesday. In such a situation, OPD services will be closed in PHC, CHC, Sub District Hospital, District Hospital and Medical College related hospitals in the state on Wednesday. More than 15,000 doctors and teacher faculty will participate in this entire protest.
The All Rajasthan Service Doctors Association, a union of medical officers and doctors of PHC-CHC, has already announced a boycott of work on March 29. Now teachers of government medical colleges have also come in support of them. It consists of faculty of senior professor, professor, assistant professor and associate professor rank. The Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association says that only OPDs will be boycotted during the lockdown. What will be the treatment of patients coming to the emergency and patients admitted in the ICU? Arrangements will be made for this.
Let us tell you that there are about 14,500 doctors for the rank of Medical Officer in Rajasthan, who are serving in CMHO, Deputy CMHO, PHC-CHC, Upazila Hospital, District Hospital in the districts. They also have the responsibility of seeing patients in villages and small towns. At the same time, the government has given the responsibility to the faculty as senior doctors to see patients admitted in IPD along with OPD in medical colleges and hospitals attached to them in big cities. Their number is two to two and a half thousand.
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