KATHMANDU:- Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers Umesh Shrestha has informed that the government is preparing to provide facilities to the doctors working in the government hospitals without having to work outside.
He said that the facilities of doctors working in government hospitals would be enhanced in the program organized after the monitoring and inspection of the primary health center Sivanagar here. He said, “The government is trying to prevent doctors working in government hospitals from going to the private sector as much as possible by adding service facilities.” Former Minister of State for Health and Population Shrestha informed that a committee has been formed for this and necessary process has been taken forward.
He stressed on the need to build the hospital in a place where people can get services and where doctors can go and stay. Stating that the construction of municipal level hospitals is underway in 753 municipalities across the country, Minister of State Shrestha said that planning should be done while constructing hospitals. He said, “Plan what to do in 100 days, what to do in 6 months and what to do in a year. The people got the service. ”
Baburam Dahal, vice-chairman of the hospital management committee, Prakash Gurung and Dr Sagar Poudel informed about the hospital at a program chaired by Om Prasad Pokhrel, ward chairman of Bharatpur Metropolitan City-14.
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