BUDGAM, OCTOBER, 01: Minister for Health and Medical Education, ARI and Trainings, Ch Lal Singh today said that government endeavors to revamp the health sector across Jammu and Kashmir.
The Minister exhorted upon the officers to ensure better Medicare to the people across the state with special focus on rural and far off areas. The Minister asked the officers to chalk out strategies to improve health scenario in the state adding that the government is paying extra focus on this priority sector.
He asked the officers to maintain discipline and punctuality in the offices. He directed them to maintain office record in a systematic manner and improve work culture in their respective departments. He asked the concerned authorities to ensure timely completion of development works adding that Government has resolved to create dependable health infrastructure for the people across the State.
Earlier Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura presented some of the demands pertaining to the health sector in Chrar before the Minister to which Singh assured every possible help to develop the health sector in the area.
Asiea Naqash asked the heads and hospital administration to chalk out effective strategies to provide enhanced and timely services to the people.
While talking a review of the hospitals in the area, Naqash said that there were many things to be done to improve healthcare scenario.
“We have planned many things to improve the overall healthcare across the state,” she said. She also impressed upon the officers to put in their best effort for the improvement of medical facilities in the hospitals.
The Ministers also conducted on-spot inspection of drug stores of the hospitals and took stock of medicines, bedding and other facilities being provided to the patients by the hospital administration.
Director Health Services, Kashmir, Dr Sumeer Mattoo, Mission Director NHM, Dr Mohan Singh, Drug Controller, Nazir Ahmad, Mission Director Family Welfare, Dr Baldev, Project Director of State AIDS Control Society, Dr Saleem Ur Reman, Medical Superintendents and senior officers of the health department were also present.