Jabalpur, New Dunia Rep. The IMA has issued a warning to the government against the action taken by the MP Medical University against the cancellation of nominations against junior doctors. The officials of the IMA district branch met Dr. Pradeep Kasar, Dean of the Medical College Hospital on Friday and submitted a memorandum, warning that if the demands of JUDA are not considered sympathetically while restoring the nomination, then the doctors of the private sector will also stop the health services. Will do
Association President Dr. Deepak Sahu, Secretary Dr. Brajesh Choudhary, Dr. Arvind Jain, Dr. Rajshekhar Pandey, Dr. Sunil Behl, Dr. RK Pathak, Dr. Rajesh Choudhary said that the process of cancellation of nomination against Juda has been restored. Otherwise, the private doctors of the city will not work. He said that in Kovid duty, Juda served the patients without caring for himself. Therefore dictatorial attitude towards them is inappropriate. Medical College Hospital Junior Doctors Association President Dr. Pankaj Singh said that junior and senior resident doctors have also joined the strike with him. He is getting the support of many medical organizations. The association is firm on its demands.
OPD reduced, routine operations postponed: Routine operations in medical have been postponed due to the indefinite strike of junior doctors. There is also a shortage of patients in OPDs. The problems of the admitted patients have started increasing. Senior doctors say that if the strike is not ended soon, the patients may have to face trouble. In fact, from the emergency medical room to the medical wards, junior doctors do duty 24 hours a day. In the four days of the strike starting from May 1, it has become a situation that routine operations have to be postponed. Senior doctors are refraining from providing services by staying in the ward, which can endanger the lives of the patients.
Juda donated blood for patients: Junior doctors donated blood on Friday so that no patient should face serious risk due to lack of blood. While donating blood 25 junior doctors said that they have always worked for the service of the victims. He donated blood so that the patients admitted to the medical should not be short of blood. He will continue to work tirelessly to serve and assist the patients. Dr. Shubhanshu Sharma of Juda Association said that blood donation camp would be organized by the Association if necessary.