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KAKINADA: Cautioning doctors against showing negligence while discharging their duties, East Godavari district Collector M. Ravi Chandra on Tuesday advised them to improve their style of functioning and available to the patients visiting government hospitals and dispensaries.
Reviewing the progress of programmes taken up under the National Health Mission here, Mr.Ravi Chandra observed that some employees of the medical and health department were misusing the medical leave facility. He said that such practices would not be encouraged any more in the district.
After reviewing the functioning of ‘108' ambulance service, ‘104' mobile medical clinic facility, Rajiv Arogya Sri and family planning programmes at primary health centre-level, Mr. Ravi Chandra asked the officials to observe World Population Day at the primary health centre-level on July 11 without fail.
He asked the doctors to maintain individual out-patient registers and send regular updates to the district headquarters.
Additional Joint Collector B. Rama Rao, in-charge District Medical and Health Officer B. Muralikrishna, TB Control Officer N. Prasanna Kumar and others were present.
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