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Monday, 11 May 2020

Patients at Rajindra Hospital Patiala affirm poor offices

Patients at Rajindra Hospital Patiala affirm poor offices
Patiala, May 10

Covid-19 patients at Government Rajindra Hospital here on Sunday made excitement over the supposed low quality of food, and absence of neatness and fundamental offices. 

Around 80 patients are admitted to the seclusion wards; some of them recorded recordings and posted them web based, guaranteeing they got terminated bundles of food and didn't get three suppers per day. 

'Matter settled' 

A few patients didn't get porridge on Sunday. After they educated the staff about it, porridge was made accessible. Wards are cleaned two times every day. — Dr Paras Pandove, Medical Suptd 

The clinic specialists, be that as it may, discredited the charges. 

The patients affirmed they got terminated bundles of food and didn't get three dinners every day. 

AutoStoreOne of the patients disclosed to The Tribune over telephone, "We don't get appropriate food consistently. The bed sheets are filthy. We raised the issue with authorities a few times, however without any result." 

Story Highlights 

  • Have gotten terminated food bundles 
  • Just a single washroom for around 80 patients 
  • Specialists don't inspect patients routinely 
  • Another patient stated, "There is just a single restroom for 80 patients. Plus, specialists don't look at us consistently." 

The patients raised claims and trademarks against the clinic specialists. 

Dr Paras Pandove, Medical Superintendent, conceded the patients brought the issues up in the first part of the day, however they were settled later. "A few patients didn't get porridge today. After they educated the staff about it, porridge was made accessible," he said. 

He further said workers cleaned the disengagement wards two times every day. "The patients ought to likewise attempt to guarantee tidiness in their wards." 

Later in the day, the emergency clinic specialists posted recordings in which the staff is seen cleaning the wards and observing Mother's Day. Dr Pandove said the recordings were recorded on Sunday.

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