District Development Commissioner Rajouri, Rajesh K Shavan on Monday convened a meeting with the members of the Rogi Kalyan Samiti here at GMC&AH.
The meeting was attended by the ADC Rajouri, Sher Singh; SE PWD, Shahid Latief; Principal GMC,Dr.Kuldeep Singh; DSEO, Bilal Rashid Mir; CMO, Dr.Shamim Un Nissa Bhatti; MS DH, Dr. Yaqoob; ExEn Jal Shakti Department Rajouri, Mushtaq Ahmed and other members of the RKS besides the DDC Member Rajouri Constituency, Sai Abdul Rashid was also present in the meeting.
The meeting discussed threadbare various issues pertaining to augmenting the facilities at hospital and various decisions were taken for purchasing, procurement and repairing of hospital equipment from RKS and HDF Head for welfare of the patients and administration.
The meeting gave approval for purchase and repairs of many hospital gadgets that include fire extinguisher, chairs and benches, wheel chairs, signages, statures, sanitary items, rabies vaccine, some electrical items, physiotherapic items, post mortem items, dental material and repair of some hospital gadgets.
Speaking on the occasion, the DDC asked the concerned officers of the Health Department to put in place dedicated efforts to ensure that best possible medicare services are provided to the public.
He also stressed upon the concerned members of the RKS to ensure judicious use of funds and ensure quality of the items so that the facilities created shall last for a long time.
DDC said that RKS is not only a committee but also a divergent group drawn from the Administration itself and the public for providing smooth and hassle free health care services to the masses.He also asked the concerned authorities to ensure rational utilisation of the funds provided for the procurement of the essential health care items.
DDC directed the Principal GMC to constitute a purchase committee for the procurement of all the essential health care items and the committee will submit its report on a monthly basis.
DDC also asked the concerned authorities to identify the tests which are currently not performed in the GMC&AH and add those tests in the hospital so that the required materials for conducting such tests can be procured to facilitate the public.
DDC also inspected different wards of the hospital and expressed his satisfaction over the sanitary condition being maintained there by the Hospital Administration.
Meanwhile the District Development Commissioner also laid the foundation stone for work on remodeling of 18 washrooms of the GMC&AH to be executed by the Public Works Department at an estimated cost of Rs 2.00 crores and the work on the project is expected to be completed by the end of July this year.
DDC asked the concerned authorities from PWD to ensure regular monitoring of the project and ensure that the work on the project is completed at the earliest besides he also directed them to start the work on the beautification of the lawn of the GMC & AH.