Special emphasis on health department smooth and public convenience. Governor Gulab Chand Kataria called for it. On the last day of Barak’s two-day visit, the Governor visited SM Dev Civil Hospital in Cachar on Sunday. Visit the Blood Centre, Emergency Ward, OPD and check the facilities available. Discusses with duty doctors, patients and health department officials.

On this day, Governor Gulab Chand Kataria also inspected the emergency ward, patient registration process and the quality of health services provided and exchanged opinions with the patients. Ensuring hygiene in the ward..

Visited the patients’ wards with special emphasis on He listened to their various grievances seriously and assured them to approach the state government for redressal. On this day, he took information about the stock of necessary medicines from the departmental officials. He suggested a token based registration system for the convenience of patients and hospital administration. Kataria inquired about future expansion plans of the hospital to meet the growing demand of patients.

When asked about the visit of the governor before returning to Guwahati today, he told reporters that he had visited this civil hospital in Silchar. The OPD of the hospital is closed on this day except for emergencies. So OPD was not seen. He suggested introducing a token system to see patients. Also spoke to departmental officials to ensure that this token system is introduced in every department.

Gulab Chand Kataria said that once the token system is introduced, the patients will definitely know when their turn is coming and there will be transparency in the treatment. On this day, he also visited the blood bank. Officials are advised to encourage individuals and organizations who donate blood voluntarily to honor them once a year. The Governor said that it will encourage the common people and organizations to donate blood.

The traditional civil hospital in Silchar is running with fewer beds than required. Modernization will provide better medical services to patients. In response to the words of the journalists, he said that he will bring the matter to the attention of the government. Currently there are no doctors in Surgery, Ophthalmology and Orthopedics in this hospital. In response to this question, Gulab Chand Kataria said that he could not visit the OPD as it was closed on Sunday. However, the emergency department saw. He will convey the matter to the state government. It is the responsibility of the government to implement it. On this day, he advised the officials to pay special attention to the cleanliness of the surrounding including toilets in the hospital. However, according to the hospital authorities, an ophthalmologist from Silchar Medical College Hospital came to Civil Hospital.

On this day, Cachar District Commissioner Rohan Kumar Jha, Assam Range DIG Kankanjyoti Shaikia, Superintendent of Police Nomal Mahatta, District Joint Director Dr. Ashutosh Burman, Chief Medical and Health Officer MI Barabhuiya and others The officials