The sub-district hospital is on full alert mode to protect people from the havoc of the coronavirus. Dr. KK Sharma, Medical Superintendent of Vikasnagar has formed four teams of doctors.
Dr. Sharma said that doctors, ward boys, and class IV personnel in a team are making arrangements before admission to the flu OPD. Physicians in the second team are treating patients in the OPD room. The third team of doctors is watching the emergency services 24 hours, while the doctors involved in the fourth mobile team are going on the spot and getting treatment on the basis of information from anywhere. Physicians have also been kept in the reserve in the sub-district hospital so that doctors can be sent immediately where needed.
Hundred patients in flu OPD
Nearly a hundred patients arrived at the flu OPD in the sub-district hospital, Vikasnagar. Even after the OPD, which ran from eight to two in the morning, the doctors gave additional time to see the patients. According to Medical Superintendent Dr. KK Sharma, no symptoms of coronavirus were found in any of them.
The person escaped before the doctors arrived
Medical Superintendent Dr. KK Sharma said that they were reported to be two persons from outside the Prithvipur and Laxmipur areas. On which the mobile team of doctors was sent to the spot. The man who was in a relative’s place in Prithvipur ran away before the team arrived. At the same time, a person from Saudi was investigated in Laxmipur. No symptoms related to corona were found in it. The doctors instructed him to remain separate in the house and immediately tell him about any symptoms.
SDM took stock of hospital arrangements
The SDM, who visited the isolation ward set up in the sub-district hospital, spoke to the health authorities regarding the arrangements of the hospital. He instructed all the staff members to maintain the hospital arrangements. During this, he also appealed to the local people to follow the orders of the government.
In view of the rising corona outbreak, SDM Vikasnagar, Saurabh Aswal, who reached the sub-district hospital, got the necessary information from Dr. KK Sharma, in-charge of the hospital. The SDM said that it was a normal process to look into the arrangements of isolation wards, which was found to be quite satisfactory. He said that the public should understand the appeal being made by the government and follow the lockdown with full responsibility.