Asked to submit tour details on fortnightly basis

Srinagar, Dec 09 :

Directorate of Health Services Kashmir on Saturday directed all Chief Medical Officers to increase field visits to the health care facilities at least three days in a week to ensure availability of all specified drugs and manpower.

As per the circular issued by DHSK, a copy of which lies with news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the Chief Medical Officers have been directed to submit tour dairies fortnightly to the directorate with specific recommendations if any required for any improvements.

“In view of the instructions given by the Chief Secretary, it is incumbent upon all the Chief Medical Officers of Kashmir Division to increase/enhance their existing field visits to the Government Health Care Institution at least for three days in a week with special focus on Health & Wellness Centres (Ayushman Arogaya Mandir), where manpower, availability of all specified Drugs etc,” it said—(KNO)


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