STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Amit Sharma, Administrator Government Medical College and Associated Hospitals Jammu today took a comprehensive round of major complexes of Associated Hospitals including Government Chest Diseases Hospital, construction site of Bone & Joints Hospital and Super Speciality Hospital along with his team and monitored few important parameters. During the spur of these multiple visits, Amit was accompanied by a team of officers including Planning Wing Statistical Officers Vikesh Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, Clerical Officer Meghna Gupta and Works Wing Engineers including Assistant Executive Engineers and others. During visit to Government Chest Diseases Hospital, Medical Superintendent Dr Rajeshwar Sharma along with Head of Department Dr Rahul Gupta gave a detailed presentation about historical background, ongoing works and multiple wings of CD Hospital. It was followed by a field visit to oversee progress of construction work of upcoming Bones and Joint Hospital there, followed by a review of ongoing renovation works inside OPD of CD Hospital and other related areas. Administrator Amit Sharma appreciated quality of works and directed the Works Execution wing to maintain timeline of February 2021 for completion of construction. Apart from other observations, he directed that Elevator / Lift inside the CD Hospital must be made functional at the earliest and necessary measures in this behalf for convenience of ailing patients should be taken at the earliest. Amit Sharma also mentioned that there is an urgent need to build a ‘Medical Circuit Flyover’ to connect all the Associated Hospitals located in nearby peripheries with Centralised Emergency of GMC Jammu and directed the Works and Planning wings to prepare a DPR in this behalf for onward submission to the Government. During visit to Super Speciality Hospital, Administrator Amit Sharma took a round of different wings with Deputy Medical Superintendent Dr Deepak Kumar, wherein progress of works related to construction of Blood Bank complex inside the Hospital was inspected. Amit advised the Hospital Administration that the Laundry and Kitchen must start functioning independently inside Super Speciality Hospital. He further informed all efforts are on to make the State Organ Transplant Organisation (SOTO) fully functional at the earliest which is the need of the hour. Administrator Amit Sharma mentioned that he would be amongst the first volunteers to register for same, once it starts operations. Administrator Amit Sharma also took a first-hand account of meals being served to patients here and was very particular regarding quality and timings of meals. He also took a round of multiple-level parking in Super Speciality Hospital and directed that it should be made fully-functional through outsourcing, so that it can be managed professionally and public can utilise the facility in a better manner.
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