Tripura Health Sector May Soon See Revival With Health Department Taking Cognizance Of Latent Issues. And putting yet another tough time for a section of doctors and nurses and other concerned officials, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb accompanied by the state health minister Sudip Roy Barman on Wednesday made a visit to the Agartala G B Pant Hospital to take a stock of situation there and held a series of meeting with the concerned officials and doctors. Here is the report.
As the Tripura government has recently announced a three months action plan to improve healthcare facility in the state. Mostly keeping the existing infrastructures intact and strengthening the monitoring mechanism adhering to the regulations, to begin with yet another stroke, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Wednesday accompanied by the state health minister Sudip Roy Barman made a visit to the Agartala G B Pant Hospital to take a stock of situation there and held a series of meeting with the concerned officials and doctors.
Talking to the media during the visit chief minister pitched high for an urgent upgradation of G.B. Pant hospital at Agartala which is also the state’s biggest Government Hospital. He said that the entire working culture in the hospital which was under the 25 years rule of Left earlier shall be changed now to facilitate the patients at large.
The Agartala G. B. Pant hospital, which has also witnessed the tendency of scarcity of drinking water. Chief Minister while visiting the hospital on Wednesday has assured of dispatching hygienic drinking water and sanitation to every household along with every hospitals of this state within the 15th of August.
Meantime, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has also put a stern warning to the concerned hospital staffs including the doctors and nurses and informed that the government shall take all legal action against the officials who remain backtrack from performing their duty in due time.
However, to begin with AGMC the state government shall soon introduce Aadhar based biometric attendance and entire process of service delivery system to bring under CCTV surveillance, which will be closely monitored by a dedicated team of experts. Besides, strengthening and expansion of Telemedicine service up to village level, the government decided to start at least 21 e-hospitals in next three months where people will get assured medical services without any predicament.