Ranchi News: Now junior emergency doctors in Ranchi’s RIMS Hospital will not be able to ask to bring medicines from outside. If any junior doctor remains to bring medicine from outside for the patient in an emergency, the hospital management will take strict action against him.
Medicines will be made available three days in advance
According to the information received, now all the medicines required in emergency will be made available. Two doctors from the Physiology Department will monitor the stock of claims. In case of shortage of medicines, preparations will be made to provide claims 3 days in advance. Even after that, if the medicine is not available, the slip can be sent out only after verification from POD SOD and CMO.
Under normal circumstances, if a junior doctor prepares a prescription to bring medicine from outside, action will be taken against him. See, a number has been given on the display board in the premises of the Emergency and Trauma Center for complaints against the junior doctor. On which the patient or his family can complain.
If needed, it will be made available through local purchase.
RIMS Director Dr. Rajeev Kumar Gupta said that most of the patients in emergency come from four departments – Medicine, Neuro Surgery, Surgery and Ortho. A list of all the medicines required in emergency has been sought in these departments. Almost medicines are available in RIMS. The medicines which are not available will be made available by purchasing them locally if needed.
RIMS Director Dr. Rajiv Gupta said that the dialysis unit will be formally inaugurated on October 31. From that day OPD patients will also start getting dialysis facilities. Earlier, dialysis was being done only for admitted patients.
With the opening of the Central Lab in the Trauma Center of RIMS, the problem of examining patients has been eliminated to a great extent. The investigation was affected for the last one year due to lack of reagents. This problem has been resolved with the commencement of the Central Lab. Now patients are getting reports within six to eight hours. Earlier, the test reports of patients were being received in two days. At the same time, one had to resort to private labs for testing. However, patients still have to worry about radiology related tests. The director said that this problem will also be resolved soon. Care is being taken to ensure that patients do not face any problem during any kind of investigation.
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