CM Jagan gives green signal to fill 14,200 jobs in this sector
CM Jagan approved the recruitment of about 14,200 posts. CM Jagan directed the authorities to take up recruitment in the medical and health departments so that there would be no shortage of staff in government hospitals. In this regard,, it was suggested that the process should start from October 1 and be completed by November 15.
Chief Minister YS Jagan on September 24 (Friday) conducted a review on Covid-19 prevention, control, vaccination and medical and health department at the camp office in Tadepalli. Chief Minister YS Jagan inquired about the existing staff at various levels, from primary health centers to teaching hospitals, and the required staff. The CM also learned about the standards at the national level, the current requirements and so on.
Speaking on the occasion, CM YS Jagan said, "Under no circumstances should there be a shortage of doctors and staff. We are building hospitals by spending crores of rupees. We have been seeing similar problems for years. It no longer needs to be checked. The condition of having to incur heavy expenses for healing should go away. The public health system should provide better, quality medical services to the people. CM Jagan directed the authorities to take steps towards this goal.
All government hospitals, including the Family Doctor concept, must be adequately staffed and run efficiently. If one doctor goes on leave, let another doctor perform the duties in that position. Appoint an appropriate number of doctors. The CM clarified that if the doctor is on leave, it should not be a situation where the patients do not receive medical treatment or a burden on the fellow doctors.
CM Jagan approved huge recruitment in the medical health department. The CM gave the green signal for the replacement of more than 14,200 posts ranging from PHCs to teaching hospitals. The process is expected to start on October 1 and be completed by November 15.