JAMMU, Jan 23: Amit Sharma, Administrator Government Medical College (GMC) and Associated Hospitals Jammu today took a comprehensive round of major complexes of Associated Hospitals including Government Chest Diseases Hospital, construction site of Bone & Joints Hospital and Super Speciality Hospital along with his team and monitored few important parameters there.
During the spur of these multiple visits, Amit was accompanied by a team of Associated Hospitals which included statistical officers of Planning wing Vikesh Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, clerical officer Meghna Gupta and Works wing engineers.
During the visit at Chest Diseases (CD) Hospital, he reviewed ongoing renovation works, besides progress on construction work of upcoming Bones and Joint Hospital. Amit directed the Works Execution wing to maintain the timeline of February 2021 for completion of the construction of Bone and Joints Hospital. He also passed directions to make the lift inside the CD Hospital functional at the earliest.
Observing that there is an urgent need to build a “Medical Circuit Flyover” to connect all the Associated Hospitals located in nearby peripheries with the Centralised Emergency of GMC Jammu, he directed the Works and Planning wings to prepare a DPR in this behalf for onward submission to the Government. Amit further told them to prepare a DPR for developing tubular connection of Multi-Storey Parking with different floors of Super Speciality Hospital to facilitate easy movement of ailing patients inside the Super Speciality Hospital Complex.
Amit also took a round of different wings of Super Speciality Hospital with Deputy Medical Superintendent Dr Deepak Kumar. He reviewed the progress on construction work of Blood Bank complex inside the Hospital. He also took a first-hand account of the meals being served to the patients there and directed that customized meals must be served to patients of different wards.
Before culmination of the tour, Amit took a round of Multiple-Level Parking in Super Speciality Hospital and directed that it should be made fully-functional through outsourcing.