For development of hospitals CM Chandrashekar Rao allocated Rs 2,280 crore he pointed out. It has been destined that strengthen the bed strength in govt hospitals to 100 and PHC to 30.
On Tuesday 9 p.m. he visited Mancherial govt hospital, he interacted with patients to know what facilities they are being provided by hospitals and inspected the gynaecology wing and spoke to some pregnant women. He inspected about 4 hours.
He spoke to a patient who lost her baby recently due to negligence of doctor. He assured that he will take action on them. Rajaiah halted in hospital itself.
Rajaiah visited the Mancherial Hospital quarters and planted seedling on the premises on Wed morning.
Mancherial: Two patients death was reported during the stay of the DCM. A woman Posakka, a native of Sirpur severely injuried in an accident and other Vamsi Krishna an epilepsy patient, a native of Mancherial, was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday morning. Patients alleged that doctors were busy spending time with the Deputy Chief Minister at that time the death of them takes place.
Bellampally: He visited a medical college building construction work was left incomplete. Then he inspected the Govt hospital and Singareni Area hospital in the town.
Interacting with the media at the camp office of MLA D Chinnaiah, the minister said that t ensure what facilities have at present and later based on the requirement, the funds will be allocated.
The Deputy Chief Minister stressed needs of punctuality for doctors. He said Bellampally govt hospital would be upgraded into a 100-bed hospital.
Rajaiah said he would bring to the notice of the CM the desire of regional people’s representatives and people to make Bellampally as a separate district as it is a centre for five Assembly constituencies.