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Collectors begin implementing good governance practices

Two young collectors - both medicos - have started implementing lessons of good governance. They conducted surprise checks on hospitals and health centres in their respective districts

The Rajasthan government is geared up for delivering good governance. The chief secretary has instructed district collectors to tighten the system and monitor the service delivery at government establishments like hospitals, healthcare centres and schools. has directed collectors to conduct atleast two surprise checks a week.

On Monday two collectors – Dr. Bharti Dixit from Ajmer and Dr. Bhanwar Lal from Rajsamand inspected hospitals of their respective districts .

Being medicos, both Bharti Dixit and Bhanwar Lal – batchmates from 2014 batch – know the importance of sincerity, punctuality and accountability in the field of medical profession.

Bharti Dixit conducted a surprise check on district's biggest hospital – JLN hospital and found irregularities in the hospital. She suspended one personnel for laxity in job and instructed doctors and staff to be punctual. She also inspected kitchen of the hospital and was not satisfied with the arrangement . She directed staff to immediately fix the menu and prepare food in a hygienic environment .

Bharti Dixit directed medical superintendent to issue notices to those who were found absent from their duties. She also inspected the facilities in laboratories and instructed staff to improve facilities. While inspection, she spoke with patients and took their feedback.
The Ajmer collector also came to Kano about the long pending vacant posts in the hospitals. She said that there are 400 vacancies in nursing staff. She will write to concerned department to fill those posts for better delivery of services.

A little more than 200 kms from Ajmer, Rajsamand collector Bhanwar Lal also conducted surprise visit at Kamla Nehru Hospitals, TB hospital and community health centre to supervise the arrangements and facilities available in these health centres.
Bhanwar Lal also inspected the kitchen of and checked the quality of the food being served poor at Rs 8 per plate.

Being from the medical fraternity, Bhanwar Lal gave suggestions to doctors and medical staff for betterment of services. He notes down the irregularities and laxities found in the hospitals and instructed staff to overcome slackness.

He emphasis on cleanliness and punctuality. The collector also took feedback from patients and assured them of best possible treatment at districts hospital and health centres.

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