Dr K K Kaushik

Muzaffarpur : A Medical Council of India (MCI) team, which is inspecting Sri Krishna Medical College Hospital (SKMCH), Muzaffarpur, on March 28, 2017, while expressing its strong displeasure over failure of the college authorities to remove certain deficiencies detected during its previous inspection three months back, threatened to recommend for cancellation of MCI recognition to the college.

The MCI team was aghast at condition which prevails in maternity ward and post-mortem house of SKMCH. The team found pregnant women on the floor of the maternity ward. It was also unhappy over their treatment and operations performed in the Obstetric and Gynaecology department. In fact, the MCI team was unhappy with the functioning of all the departments of SKMCH after inspecting their equipment. The MCI team said that the SKMCH, which has one hundred MBBS seats, lacks infrastructure to treat the large number of patients visiting the hospital.

SKMCH Principal Dr Vikas Kumar said that the college would implement all the directives given by the MCI. He said that the MCI team was being explained the position of the college and the problems facing it. Dr Kumar said that the state government would also be informed about the MCI directives.



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