Government Hospitals in Delhi - Inputs on Issues

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We would like you to list issues commonly faced at Government Hospitals in Delhi.

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Emergency services in Government hospitals are handled as if they are being burdened , a lot of procedures are defined ( including filling forms, following time bound approach of admission etc. even in emergency cases) which results in patent being neglected. even Doctors and other staff safe themselves from all their responsibilities hiding behind these very procedures defined in government hospitals. more  
Kudos to Mr. Singhal. I hope someone in political admn. is listening to this challenge. more  
Every thing is possible. The other day, we had a meeting wherin the Corporator cofessed that they have no control on Safai Karamchari Remember the paper news which talked about some 42,000 employees but only 20,000+ are signing. What happened to that ?. No body will address it as most of these missing karamcharis are in fact working in the houses of those who matter. Do we all really believe that this cant be done ?. I am willing to take this challenge. more  
The safai karamchari are not in control of anybody they have there own union and are job secure as no one can easily remove them. Patients die in govt hospitals more because of infection then any other reason. more  
Safai toh nahi ho sakta. NOBODY is addressing the root cause of all our problems - POPULATION. whatever u do - will become insufficient soon. more  
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