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Monthly review meeting of health department organized

ByTheCurrentScenario

Jan 12, 2024
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Lakhisarai (Atmanand Singh) On Friday, a monthly review meeting of the Health Department was organized in the auditorium of the consultation room located in the district headquarters complex, which was chaired by District Magistrate Amarendra Kumar. In the said meeting, District Magistrate Amarendra Kumar talked about improving the health facilities. And to ensure 100% benefit from all government facilities, necessary guidelines were given to the officials present in the meeting regarding all these things. In the meeting, Mission Foundation was discussed by the district program manager, with special emphasis on cleanliness at all the health sub-centers. Instructions were given to pay attention as well as to improve the infrastructure of government buildings for all health departments, including toilets, water, electricity, and seating arrangements. Instructions were also given to hand over letters related to the mission foundation to all CHOs and ANMs. Telemedicine and other inspections of health facilities at the state level are likely to take place on January 17.

which inspection is to be done by a state-level officer. And during the review of the COVID test by Lakhisarai Civil Surgeon BP Sinha, instructions were given to increase COVID testing. While the District Planning Coordinator discussed maternal death and infant death and reviewed every month with all ASHAs and ANMs and informed them if any death occurred and reviewed the beneficiary payment under the Janani Child Protection Program, it was found that the Sadar Payment of 20.69% has not been made in the hospital and 45% in Chanan. Instructions were given by the district magistrate to pay it as soon as possible. In the said meeting, Civil Surgeon BP Sinha, District Immunization Officer Dr. Ashok Bharti, Sadar Hospital Manager Nand Kishore Bharti, medical officers of all seven blocks of the district, and other health workers were present.

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