SRINAGAR: In a move to rationalize staff strength in the health institutions of the State and as follow up of yesterdays move, the Government today ordered transfers and posting of doctors.
Notably, CM Ms Mehbooba Mufti a few days back had expressed her displeasure over functioning of Sanat Nagar Maternity Hospital.
Dr Nazir Ahmad Khan I/c Medical Superintendent LD Hospital, Srinagar has been transferred and posted as Medical Officer, SDH Keller, Dr Tassaduq Hussain B-Grade Specialist and Dr Shaista, Medical Officers have been transferred from Maternity Home Sanat Nagar to SDH Pakherpora, Dr Rubeena Mufti, Medical Officer has been transferred from Maternity Home Sanat Nagar to SDH Bijbehara, Dr Javaid Bhat, Medical Officer has been transferred from SDH Bijbehara to SDH Dooru, Dr Waseeqa Nagin, Medical Officer has been transferred from Maternity Home Sanat Nagar to CHC Rajpora Pulwama, Dr Zahida Bilquis Bukhari Medical Officer has been transferred from Maternity Home Sanat Nagar to SDH Magam (Budgam), Dr Mir Mohammad Altaf, Medical Officer has been transferred from Maternity Home Sanat Nagar to SDH Sogam and Dr Shahida Amin Medical Officer has been transferred from SDH Magam(Budgam) to SDH Beerwah.
The doctors shall be deemed to have been relieved from their respective places of postings with immediate effect.
The 7 doctors who were attached in the Maternity Home Sanat Nagar have been transferred and as per sanctioned strength new doctors would be posted there.
The Government has also posted specialists in the health institutions of far-off and rural areas of the State. Dr Manzoor Ahmad Consultant, Dr Shazia Jeelani Dr Tariq Iqbal and Dr Nazir Ahmad Dar have been posted in SDH Gurez, While as Dr Gulshan Younis, Dr Khalid Rahim and Dr Mohammad Saleem have been posted in SDH Tangdhar. These doctors have been posted on priority basis for providing the better healthcare to the patients of rural and far-off areas.
The specialists in other health institutions of rural and far-off areas would also get specialists very soon.
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