The Odisha High court gave an order on 21 may 2022. In the case of Chittaranjan Mohanty v. State of Odisha & Ors.(W.P.(C) No. 6109 of 2018)
The Orissa High Court recently held hearing on a holiday (21st May 2022) to review the lacunae in the Public Healthcare Facilities of the State. It also issued a slew of directions to the State Government for improvement of conditions in the Government hospitals. A Division Bench of Chief Justice Dr. S. Muralidhar and Justice Radha Krishna Pattanaik passed the order .
The Court heard the request for the practical interests of the lawyer proposed by Chitta Langjan Mohanti, and for a long time he has been a unified doctor of the Public Health System of Olissa. He has raised many other problems, such as the shortage of equipment, medicines, drinking water, government cleaning, hygiene facilities, hygiene equipment for the cleaning of hospitals and deviations in public health services. The Court approved a detailed order on August 9, 2021. Olissa Medical Health Service (it suggested spending time to fill the exact number of vacancies for specific vacant seats in OMH) and the Olissa Medical Training Service (OMES). Lift these vacancies. Later, in the order of November 17, 2021, the court joined government health centers, community health centers (DHC), community health centers (CHC), and major health facilities. He was paying attention to the concerns raised by the applicant. The Health Center (PHC) continues to practice the governments health center function. This was born on November 1, 2003 for the state government, and government doctors were able to continue personal care after official functions. According to the applicant, this had a harmful effect on Odishas medical care. In order to obtain the actual image of the site, the court has formed four members to each authorities of the Legal Bureau (DLSA) to surprise various state health facilities. Tan. Later, the DLSA team presented a report as in the video clip video surveyed on December 15, 2021. The information was implemented with the help of an attached survey attached to the judge. A detailed figure was created 128.
The court later discussed the specific skull found in the DLSA report. Banks are only a series of major issues presented by the report to provide minimal medical care to those who provide minimal medical care in all levels of medical facilities, DHHS, CHC, and PHC. I revealed what he emphasized. Otherwise, you cant afford to receive treatment at a private medical institution. Part of the report indicates cases where patients have to approve diagnostic tests such as magnetic resonance and computer fault shooting on their own expenses. The above aspects are underlined to request immediate measures and immediate prudence exams. Given the status of the report, the court has published a survey to ensure a better medical center in the state.
JUDGEMENT REVIEWED BY KUNMUN DAS.