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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Shortage of Medical Practitioners in Government Medical Institutes

Shortage of Medical Practitioners in Government Medical Institutes 


Ministry of Health and family welfare
10-December, 2013
Shortage of Medical Practitioners in Government Medical Institutes


Regarding the shortage of medical praqctitioners, as far as three Central Government Hospitals in New Delhi viz.Safdarjung Hospital, Dr. RML Hospital and LHMC & associated Hospitals are concerned, doctors of teaching, non-teaching and GDMO sub cadres of Central Health Services (CHS) are posted in various Institutes, Hospitals, Dispensaries etc., including above stated Hospitals.

The details of number of posts presently lying vacant in above sub-cadres of CHS are given below:

Name of Sub – Cadre
Number of Vacant Posts
Teaching Cadre
362
Non-Teaching Cadre
130
GDMOs
522

As far as AIIMS, New Delhi and PGIMER, Chandigarh are concerned, 329 posts and 125 posts of faculty are lying vacant respectively.

Filling up of existing and new posts in any Institute/Cadre is a continuous process and undertaken in accordance with the requirement. As far as CHS cadre is concerned, recruitment of doctors is made by the UPSC on the basis of the requirement projected by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Further, the hospitals/institutes concerned are also permitted to make contractual appointments against the vacant posts as a stop-gap arrangement in public interest so that the patient care does not suffer.

Selection process to fill up 103 vacant posts in AIIMS was initiated in 2012 and 99 candidates have joined so far to the faculty post against which they had been selected.  Further 138 posts of Assistant Professor have been advertised in 2012.

PGIMER, Chandigarh has also advertised vacant posts for their filling up. 40 posts of faculty of different specialties have been recruited by PGIMER, Chandigarh on ad-hoc basis so that patient care does not suffer.
This was stated by Shri. Ghulam Nabi Azad, Union Minister for Heath and Family Welfare, in a written reply to the RajyaSabha today.


Source : PIB

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