Poor hygiene in Government hospitals in India -answers needed

Many common citizens are reluctant to visit and get admitted to government run hospitals even teach Ing hospitals.
The apprehensions are justified due to casual.attitude of doctors ,staff,nurses and specially infrastructure lack.
But a wellmotivated govt can administer them with perseverence,h elp,funds,motivation and incentives.
Lastly thinking out of the box .
Main culprits who are defeating the aforementioned governments policies are corrupt officials,doctors,politicians locally and class three and four staff.
Notably the last two categories are recruited locally with politucal,family connections.They are not transfer able ,form unions go onstrikes if the they are admonished for lack of performance.
The poor hygienic standards are due to these unions and it's patronage by local politicians.
The answer is 1- abolish all class three or four post s2- go for contracts renewable after every two years 3- review performance of agency 4- oh I give action fuel-efficient in the form of termination of contract or contract money.
In other countries all cleaning,maintenance,gardening and security is by private contractors .
They run efficiently and the results are as good as corporate hospital maintainance
India should change ,rusty old timers,policies are discarded.
A dept of quality assurance is needed in every hospital to evaluate its performance of health care givers. more  

View all 22 comments Below 22 comments
Before Mr Modi's Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan,most of the Indians did not know the Importance of Cleanliness.Unless an element of Cleanliness is imbibed in Citizens,we can not expect gimmics. more  
As long as there is political interference, corruption, nepotism and poor or no training in the field of hygein and sanitation situation is likely to remain the same . All these issues need to be tackled to bring improvement therein . more  
Not only hospitals but also for keeping any office, shopping/residential complex etc. etc. clean and sanitised at all times should be outsourced to start-up companies. And these are available in abundance everywhere. Start-ups need recognition and success and hence they will have to be efficient, especially in face of the competition. ONLY TAKE IT OUT OF 'PUBLIC' HANDS!! more  
We may make it a poll issue. more  
Post a Comment

Related Posts

    • Covid waste everywhere

      We need to talk of unnecessary use of full body PPE for COVID. We now know that spread is primarily through air & contact spread is negligible. Can we now switch to reusable cloth gowns & f...

      By Anshu Verma
    • Action Request - Escalate and get Mosquito Menace addressed

      Thanks to all participants who responded to the Mosquito Menace survey. Below is the survey reportThe Mosquito Menace Su...

      By LocalCircles Manager
    • Scrapping a car 10 yr old

      I have a diesel car. The registration as per RC is upto 2026. However it was manufactured in 2011 and is now 10 yrs old. Do I still need to scrap the car or can I continue to use it till 2026.

      By Meenakshi Roy

      OR THE ENTIRE ATTENTION SHIFTED : 15/16 months is oo long a period for any issue to go to the back burner. *Beware single use Plastics are back. *Pepople do not take bags with ...

      By Jayakumar Daniel
    • Puri has done it, you should build pressure on your CM

      I am delighted to share with you that my hometown Puri now has clean drinking tap water. It is the first city in India to do so. The state government is also working on rolling out safe ...

      By RN Dash
    • Lesson from USA

      This attached is a must watch for all in the circle and share too. This is from Texas USA after the recent snow shutdown and power outages. It was climate change 101. If we Indians dont...

      By Vinita Agrawal
    • Vehicle Scrappage Policy: Inputs Sought

      The Government via Budget 2021 has finally announced the Vehicle Scrappage Policy and the details will be out via Ministry of Road Transport in the coming weeks. As you know LocalCircles has worked...

      By LocalCircles Manager
    • Dont panic buy cleaning products

      Because the only beneficiary of this panic buying is reckett banckiser unilever colgate Palmolive and other chemical makers who have cashed in on our fears. We don’t have a single...

      By Harsimran Kaur

      Mosquitoes are a palpable problem in many of the cities. Mosquitoes cause tremendous problems to the general well-being, but is hardly noticed by Corporation or Government. The following are some o...

    • SOP for Festivals no good till they are enforced.


      By Sneha Goyal
    • Clean City Rankings

      The Govt has announced the following ranks of clean cities. Can everyone review them and share if they actually make sense. Few citiese done well consistently like Indore but I hear a lot of cosmet...

      By Shikha Chhabra
Enter your email and mobile number and we will send you the instructions

Note - The email can sometime gets delivered to the spam folder, so the instruction will be send to your mobile as well

All My Circles
Invite to
(Maximum 500 email ids allowed.)