Odisha Health Department Swings Into Action For Implementation Of ‘Mo Sarkar’

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22 August 2019

Debashish Maharana

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Bhubaneswar: In pursuance of Odisha Government’s ‘Mo Sarkar’ initiative to be launched from October 2 (Gandhi Jayanti) as announced by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on the occasion of Independence Day, Health Department has geared up itself for the implementation make healthcare services more people-centric.

As per the Chief Minister’s ‘Mo Sarkar’ initiative based on 5T mantra, it will be initially implemented in all the District Headquarters Hospitals (DHHs) and police stations. The Chief Minister will directly phone and interact with the people in order to enquire about the response given by the hospitals, police stations and Government offices. He will also seek feedback about the citizen-centric services given by the Government offices of both district and State level.  

Talking to media today at the Lok Seva Bhawan here, Health Minister Naba Kishore Das informed, “Our Chief Minister has announced launching of ‘Mo Sarkar’ from October 2. Under this initiative, we’ll collect feedback from all the visitors at OPD. Hence, we are directing all the CDMOs to look after the best services the people get from healthcare.”

He added, “As the cleanliness and sanitation of the hospitals, laundry, security, etc are being carried out under the NIRMAL Yojana, we have now made an arrangement so that a Joint Secretary will be entrusted with the responsibility of monitoring the Yojana. Also another high official will be entrusted with monitoring the implementation of ‘Mo Sarkar’.”

He further informed, “We will be now on regular tour to any hospital for inspection, gather feedback from the indoor patients and have direct interaction with the people as well as collect feedback. Even the Chief Minister will directly interact with the people and collect feedback on the health services they are receiving.”

“If a patient complains against negligence, immediately we’ll enquire into the reason behind it and what action can be taken so that there is no such repetition,” assured the Health Minister.

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Naba Kishore Das, Minister, Health, Odisha

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Banalata Devi, CDMO, Kalahandi