Nashik: Orthopedic patients do not have to move the body much on the bed, so there is a need to install a weight measuring machine, but there is no system of weighing machine in the district hospital of Nashik. To overcome this shortcoming, plastic cans filled with water are being used as weighing machines as an immediate system. Surprise is being expressed at this disorder of the Nashik District Hospital, which has received an award of Rs 50 lakh for its rejuvenation for 3 consecutive years.
On the second floor of the hospital is the male surgery department, where accident victims are admitted. Due to the high number of accidents, more patients are admitted in the hospital, so there is insufficient 27 beds in this department. Apart from this, every patient sometimes has to stay in the hospital for 15 days to a month. As the number of patients increases, they are transferred to another ward. After the surgery of the accident patient, the organs of the concerned patient are weighed, but the weighing machine is not in the hospital, for this plastic cans are being used.
problems faced by patients
Commodity toilets should be provided for patients having foot and knee surgery. However, the condition of this toilet in the male surgery department is poor. Despite the district of Union Minister of State for Health Dr. Bharti Pawar, the patients in the Civil Hospital are facing problems. While on one hand many questions are being raised regarding the functioning of the hospital, on the other hand the patients are facing problems due to neglect of facilities by the administration.