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GMC Gondia has no medicine supply for last five months

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At the Government Medical College (Medical), there has been a shortage of CBC kits and chemicals and medicines. Researchers have to bear financial backbreaking. However, a shocking case has been found that the supply of medicines has not been provided by Mediclaim suppliers for the last five months.

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Gondia: There has been a shortage of CBC kits and chemicals and medicines from the government medical college (medical) in the past. Researchers have to bear financial backbreaking. However, a shocking case has been found that the supply of medicines has not been provided by Mediclaim suppliers for the last five months.

Medical has also shortcomings from CBC T-3, T4, SH-thyroid and lipid profile, LFT, KFT and jaundice and kidney disease check-up kits since last month. It is important to know that cholesterol is not even tested. The medical college has a blood test laboratory and there is also a shortage of necessary chemicals, which is affecting various blood tests. As a result, poor patients have to go to a private hospital and take treatment. When there was more information about Lokmat and the information was taken, the matter of 86 types of medicines and laboratory materials has been deficient from the last five months. According to the Government’s decision, the contract to supply medicines to Medicaid is given to Hopkins. Therefore, the Medical Councilors ordered to supply 86 medicines and materials required for the laboratory in October 2018. Apart from this, Rs 22 lakhs were paid to the Hopkins Company for these drugs. However, it is not possible to provide medicines for a period of five months.

As a result, the recipients sent a reminder to the company and medical education and research director five times in this regard. He also demanded to provide various types of kits required for microbiology department. But it did not help anybody. So there is a shortage of medical check-up and medical checkups in medical. As a result, patients are forced to go for private purchasing and medicine and they have to undergo financial burden.

Thirsty thirsty water

The government has given the authority of government medical college only to buy out drugs worth Rs. 5,000. So, even if the turbulence of drugs is made, it is also difficult to purchase it from outside. In this medical college, about four hundred patients are checked daily. Therefore, daily medicines of 50 to 60 thousand rupees are required. However, compared to only 5 thousand rupees, the purchasing officer of the drug is very sad. Overall, this type is the same type of intake of thirsty water on the surface.

Fifteen days of medicines

With the introduction of government medical college in Gondia, the patients in the district were expected to get free health facilities. However, the current management of the medical college has failed all expectations. Contacting the doctors of the medical college, only 15 days of medicines available are available. It shows the condition of the medical college.

Regarding the governance company

Five months ago, the government medical college deposited Rs 22 lakhs to Hopkins for supply of medicines and materials. However, he did not supply the medicine even after this. Even five reminders were not given to the company in this regard. But it did not even have any effect. However, after this the government has not taken any action against the company, hence the government is lenient on this company.

Practice of patients

Far from the district, the patients come to the government medical college with great anticipation. However, after coming here, it is advisable to go to a private hospital because there is no blood test and various tests are done. Therefore, it is time to say that the district general hospital was better than the government medical colleges, so patients are facing financial burden.

For the supply of medicines to Government Medical College, this company has been pursued with varavarwar. But after this, there was no supply of drugs. As a result, efforts are being made to meet the needs of buying drugs from outside.
-VP Rukhamede, Ex-Government Medical College

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