AP: Health Minister Vidadala Rajini inspects Government Victoria Hospital

Published On 2022-07-03 05:00 GMT   |   Update On 2022-07-03 05:00 GMT

Visakhapatnam: Health Minister Vidadala Rajini visited the Government Victoria hospital near Kanaka Mahalaxmi Temple in Visakhapatnam to inspect the premises. Minister Rajini paid attention to the treatment provided to the maternal women at the hospital and directed the doctors to provide the best healthcare treatments to the pregnant patients. Later, She also said that after...

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Visakhapatnam: Health Minister Vidadala Rajini visited the Government Victoria hospital near Kanaka Mahalaxmi Temple in Visakhapatnam to inspect the premises.

Minister Rajini paid attention to the treatment provided to the maternal women at the hospital and directed the doctors to provide the best healthcare treatments to the pregnant patients. 

Later, She also said that after a pregnant patient gets admitted to the hospital, there should be 24/7 Arogya Mitras and nurses on duty as the patients during pregnancy need special care and guidance.

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Hans India reports that sanitation should be maintained at the hospital and ID cards of the sanitary and security personnel should be checked before allowing entry to the hospital said Minister Rajini to the health officials. After that, she inspected the ward and the equipment's.

While inspecting the building, she also interacted with the pregnant patients and asked them about the quality of services being provided by the hospital and whether the services fulfilled their expectations. Later, she distributed fruits to them.

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District Collector A Mallikarjuna accompanied her during the inspection following Victoria Hospital Superintendent Dr Prasad Usha, Office Superintendent Vijay Kumar and other medical officers.

It is expected that the hospital will soon get a new building and the funds have been allocated under 'Nadu-Nedu' programme. A model picture of the new building was shown to Rajini.

Medical Dialogues team had earlier reported that the State will soon get as many as 38,000 doctors and other medical staff according to Minister for Energy, Forest, Mines and Environment, P Ramachandra Reddy.

Minister P Ramachandra Reddy has launched a Bandakindaplli sachivalayam building at Rompicherla Mandal in the Punganur Assembly constituency.

The building has been established at a cost of Rs 40 lakh. While inaugurating the building, he said that as many as 38,000 doctors and other medical staff will be recruited for the state and the government will release the recruitment notice soon.

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