The superintendent’s memo to the doctor has become an example for others.

Surat : It was the turn of the patient to suffer in Surat Civil Hospital without receiving treatment for hours. The patient’s family complained to the superintendent. Realizing the seriousness of the incident, the Superintendent, who took immediate action, admitted the patient and issued a memo to the resident doctor of the surgery department asking for an explanation. Every day, a large number of people are coming to the civil hospital for treatment. Ashok Mysuria, who lives in Pandesara, came to Civil with his family for treatment yesterday afternoon as he got sores on his body. He went to the emergency department after filing the case paper. Ashok did not receive treatment despite the passage of more than two and a half hours.

Moreover, Ashok’s condition was pitiful, suffering from ulcers. As the doctor did not take this situation seriously, the family approached the Civil Hospital Superintendent and complained to Dr. Ganesh Govekar. Taking the matter seriously, the Superintendent of the Civil Hospital went into action mode. The superintendent himself accompanied the patient Ashok. Ashok was admitted to the medicine dept for treatment. Ashok is undergoing treatment. Civil Hospital Superintendent Dr. Ganesh Govekar took a strict stance in the whole matter and gave a memo to the resident doctor of the surgery department setting an example. An instruction has been given to disclose herewith. It is worth mentioning here that not only Surat Civil Hospital, but also from various cities of South Gujarat and Maharashtra, patients come to Civil Hospital for treatment. Then it was the turn of the patients to wander. Many times a patient has suffered due to the negligence of the doctors, but following the incident, the superintendent’s memo to the doctor has become an example for others.

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