Display of Medicine Availability in Govt Hospitals emergency ward

Dear all:

All Government hospitals have been directed to display a list of available medicines in the emergency department.

It has come to our attention that some hospitals are not following the guidelines. If you have observed/observe that the guidelines are not being followed, please share with us.

Dept of Health and Family Welfare more  

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Dear Sir, 13-04-2015

Will it be possible for you to help me ? I know that you shall also be

I had submitted my two medical bill for Rs 11817/= in the year 2004 against
my deceased wife treated at PGI Lucknow and Rs 7880/= in the year 2005
against my own road accident in front of Vinayak Hospital Noida and
treated by the same Hospital

I had submitted both bills through proper channel but since I had not paid
commission to the CMO Lucknow resulting which the bills are still
outstanding for the Payment. The Chief Minister U.P. Principal Secretary
Health U.P. Govt. and the Labour Commissioner U.P. are helpless and become
dwarf before the CMO Lko reasons best know to them resulting which I had
left the hope and one I shall also be deceased.

The CM UP Hon'ble Shri Akhilesh Yadav become tool only to forward my
number of requests without any result and no one had paid any heed towards
his forwarding Directions by E-Mails or otherwise.

With regards

(V.P. Misra (Ages 76 +)
C/O Shri Vivek Mishra
J-110 /Sector 25 Jalvayu Vihar
Noida-201301 (Gautam Budh Nagar)
Mobile No 9871501490
E-Mail ID : vpmisra@gmail.com <vpmisra@gmail.com> more  
Good initiative. HIMS designed should also be implemented more  
Where we can see the guideline issued by Deptt of health and family welfare? more  
Doctor subscription should know which medicine Is available and for which computerisation is important.The situation of no medicine availability in emergency should be taken very seriously. more  
However, I agree with Mr. Sandeep Aggarwal that CCTV Camera should also bee fixed on all public dealing counters to check malpractices in addition to other measures. more  
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