Hospital authority to form a Grievance Redress Committee

Published: 11 January 2022

Aiming to ensure proper health services to citizens, an opinion sharing meeting was held on 26 January 2022 with the authority of Rajbari Adhunik General Hospital. Committee of Concerned Citizens (CCC), Rajbari organised the event titled ‘Health services during coronavirus pandemic: Challenges and way forward’ was presided by the president of the CCC Professor Md. Nuruzzaman. Superintendent of the hospital Dr. Dipak Kumar Biswas was present as chief guest in the meeting along with other doctors, nurse and officials.

The meeting focused on different issues and its smooth operations to citizens’ health rights. CCC recommended to take appropriate measures against irregularities, prohibit payment without money receipt, disclose information regularly and to ensure women friendly services.

Superintendent of the hospital Dr. Dipak Kumar Biswas said, almost one thousand patients are taking health services daily on average and newly appointed doctors are trying to deliver proper services to them. The authority is distributing medicine in a sufficient manner, and has established Central Oxygen System based on requirement during coronavirus pandemic. Superintendent informed in the meeting that the hospital authority will discuss the information disclosure issue with the District Administration to take initiative to form a Grievance Redress Committee soon.