Kashmir Indepth

DHSK visits Isolation Center Kulgam,Intracts with officers, checked stock, logistics

Srinagar, Mar 29 (KINS) In order to ascertain on ground preparedness and arrangements inplace regarding COVID 19 containment, Director Health Services Kashmir Dr Samir Mattoo today visited Isolation Center District Hospital Kulgam( MCH) where he interacted with the officers and checked the stock and other logistics . The said health facility has been augmented with 40 beds designated for Isolation .

In a statement issued to KINS, Gap analysis was done to ensure proper supply of all the logistics. DHSK also visited screening facilities at Zig and lower munda and interacted with the health staff where 24 x 7 screening is being conducted for travelers alongwith commercial who are carrying passengers.

On spot instructions were passed by Dr Samir Mattoo for ensuring proper screening and maintenance of records and references of travelers.

He also visited Emergency Hospital Qazi Gund where separate beds are designated for quarantine facilities in order to meet any emergency or otherwise .

Different sections of the said facility were inspected and he was assured by district and block officers that arrangements are in place as per standard operating procedures. While on way back he also visited Trauma Hospital Bhejbhera which is a dedicated Covid 19 isolation facility where 70 beds are dedicated for isolation . Gap analysis was done and in order to ensure logistics and other necessary items are in place , he on spot directed controller stores Kashmir to provide the same so that no problem is faced by the staff while dealing emergencies.

It was revealed that the strategy of extensive tours by DHSK are being made in order to gear up the field and ensure augmentation of better patient care facilities in the interest of public at large.(KINS)

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