by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, NOV 22
The Haryana Government has accorded its approval for filling up 285 posts of medical officers in Civil Hospitals in the state.
While stating this here today, Health Minister Rao Narender Singh said that in order to meet the shortage of doctors in civil hospitals, 285 posts of medical officers were shifted there from Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and Community Health Centres (CHCs). Now these posts were being again shifted to PHCs and CHCs. As the Government had accorded approval, thus, recruitment would soon be made on these posts, he added.
Rao Narender said that there would be no shortage of doctors in rural and urban areas with the creation of these new posts in PHCs and CHCs. One each male and female doctor could be appointed at every centre. He said that under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda, state government is committed to provide best medical facilities to the people. Efforts were also being made to give better opportunities to those who had opted medical education as career. New medical colleges were being opened in this direction. Apart from this, MBBS seats in PGIMS, Rohtak had also been increased so as to facilitate the youth of the state.