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  • Chairperson (PWWA) Dr. Rubinder Kaur, Doctors of Pediatrician section of Police hospital examines police wards

JAMMU: Police Hospital Jammu organized medical check-up camp for the wards of police personnel at Channi Himmat here today. The camp was organized at Police Housing Colony Channi in which Chairperson Police Wives Welfare Association (PWWA) Dr. Rubinder Kaur and doctors from Pediatrician section of Police Hospital, Jammu examined a number of wards of police personnel residing in police residential quarters.

Pertinent to mention here that police hospital it its efforts to provided Medicare facilities to the police personnel and their wards has organized five medical camps during past nine days. The hospital organized two Pediatrician Medical camp on 30th & 31st January at Main park Gulshan Ground. Ophthalmology medical camp was organized at Sub- Hospital Channi Himmat on Feb. 05, 2019.   Free medical Pediatrician checkup camps were organized by the hospital at Channi on 6th & 7th Feb. During these camps free medicines were provided to the patients.

Organizing these camps by the Police Hospital was an endeavour to provide medical checkup facilities to the police personnel and their families at their door step as a welfare measure. These camps were organized under the supervision of Medical Superintendent of Police Hospital, Jammu, Dr. Keerti Bushan Sharma.

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SRINAGAR: Doctors Association Kashmir today urged government to fullfill all genuine demands of NHM staff especially Equal pay for equal work and maternity and gratuity benefits. Dr Suhail Naik President, DAK said that NHM staff is on strike since last 25 days and Government seems unmoved while as peripheral health sector esp in far flung areas is on the verge of collapse. He further added that on priority basis Government should issue orders regarding Equal pay for equal work as there are standing Supreme Court guidelines about it.

Dr Owais H Dar, General Secretary DAK said that Government must come up with solid policy to mitigate the genuine demands of NHM staff. Duties of regular staff have been stretched to a critical level and beyond humanely possible limits. We are shoulder to shoulder standing with our NHM employees and we denounce all coereceive tactics against them ,added dr imtiyaz banday, spokesperson DAK.

Simultaneously, keeping the circumstances in view, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) requests NHM leadership to resume emergency services as a goodwill gesture in view of heavy snowfall and inclement weather.  Doctors Association Kashmir requests the Hon'ble Governor led Government to frame a solid policy regarding genuine demands of NHM Staff so that the matter may be amicabely solved once for all. A comprehensive and inclusive health policy is need of the hour.

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SRINAGAR: To overcome the difficulties of transportation for critically ill patients due to inclement weather, Sher I Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Medical College/hospital has kept two ambulances for providing services to such patients who need transportation to any hospital within the municipal limits of Srinagar. The helpline numbers are: Dr Mudasir CMO: 9622726147, 9906853533, Shahid Transport Monitor 7006349353 and SKIMS MCH Exchange no. 0194-2493297.