4000 Vacancies will be filled in Medical Field!!! – MA. Subramanian, Minister of Public Welfare. Every year on International Nurses Day, the health department will honour nurses who have provided exceptional service with the ‘Florence Nightingale’ award. The honours for this year will be handed next year, according to Health Minister Ma Subramanian. On the occasion of International Nurses Day, Subramanian and Health Secretary J Radhakrishnan attended a programme held at the Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH).
He praised the doctors, nurses, other hospital employees, and firefighters who helped save patients during the recent fire at RGGGH. While hiring doctors for the 708 Urban Health Centres (UHCs) announced by the Chief Minister, he told an audience that 1,820 mini-clinic doctors whose employment ended on March 31 will be given precedence.
One doctor, one nurse, and one pharmacist will be recruited for each UHC. Priority will be given to health professionals who worked throughout the outbreak. The minister claimed that while the department is against hiring doctors, nurses, and other health workers on a contract or temporary basis, over 4,000 of the 7,296 people hired for the MakkalaiThediMaruthuvam scheme had worked on a contract during the pandemic.
Also, so far, 1,324 contract nurses have been regularised. The health department also intends to use the Medical Recruitment Board (MRB) to hire 4,000 doctors, nurses, and other health professionals, giving them employment stability and regularity. Surbamanian claimed that the health department, acting on the Chief Minister’s orders, made sure that the Rs 15,000 incentive for nurses on Covid-19 duty arrived on schedule.
Nearly 13,000 doctors, nurses, and other health personnel were shifted to their selected places once the DMK government took office. Bone marrow transplantation was conducted on a four-year-old kid at RGGGH for the first time in a government hospital in the state, he added.
CM pledges to put the pupil to bed –
Chief Minister MK Stalin called and consoled the father of S Sindhu, a Class 12 student who was recently in the news for appearing in the board exam despite being bedridden after sustaining many fractures in a fall, according to Health Minister Ma Subramanian.
He also spoke with the student, encouraging her to do well in her examinations and promising to help her. Sindhu will be treated at RGGGH, which will include physiotherapy. She will be able to resume her normal life in a few months. Sindhu’s residence is visited everyday by a 108 ambulance, which transports her to the exam centre and returns her home, according to Subramanian.
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