Balasore: Healthcare offerings have been severely affected at the Balasore district headquarters hospital for around six hours the previous day after all of the staff nurses launched a stop-paintings strike annoying arrest of individuals concerned in allegedly maltreating a woman nurse on May 10.
The nurse association of the medical institution sat on a dharna in front of the Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) from eight:30 AM to two:30 PM on Tuesday. Even though patients had been wreathing in pain, no longer an unmarried personnel nurse on the hospital paid any heed. Following this, the family of a few sufferers has been seen moving them to non-public hospitals to maintain treatment.
Doctors and nurses had not been available at the clinic despite expecting over three hours. We will need to go to the private medical institution now for the treatment of our affected person,” said Jeevan Kumar Mallick, a relative of an affected person. Expressing her agony, relative of any other patient, Manorama Swain said, “After admitting to the health facility, no medical group of workers has turned up to wait the affected person. We are concerned as to how treatment may be achieved. When the authorities are supplying all healthcare facilities free, doctors and nurses are stressed cash from sufferers, which is inaccurate.