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CDMO Bows Down To Junior Doctor
Senior District Medico Bows Down Before Junior To End Protest In Odisha Hospital

The CDMO of Nabarangpur, Sovarani Mishra bowed down to a doctor protesting in front of her office in order to pacify him and end the protest

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Newborn’s Death Outside Hospital: All Staff To Be Replaced For Negligence

Cuttack: A day after a newborn died during delivery outside a primary health centre in Athagarh block of Cuttack as it was closed; the Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) today recommended the district collector to replace all the existing staff of the concerned hospital. As per reports, a four-member team led by Cuttack CDMO visited […]

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Sacked staff of Keonjhar hospital lock CDMO & ADMO in room

Keonjhar: Several sacked employees of the Keonjhar District Headquarters Hospital today locked the Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) in-charge and Additional District Medical Officer (ADMO) in a room on the hospital premises protesting the decision to lay them off without prior notice. As per reports, the Class IV employees including sweepers and attendants engaged temporarily […]

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Medicos Call Cease Work In Baripada Hospital After Patient’s Relative Manhandle Staff

Baripada: Close on the heels of nationwide outrage following attack on some junior doctors in West Bengal, on-duty doctors and nurses of Pandit Raghunath Murmu (PRM) Medical College and Hospital in Baripada town of Mayurbhanj district today called cease-work after relative of a patient allegedly misbehaved and manhandled some doctor and nurses at the hospital. […]

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Health Minister asks CDMOs to ensure availability of medicines under Niramaya scheme

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Health Minister Pratap Jena today asked all chief district medical officers (CDMOs) to ensure that free medicines are adequately available to the patients under Niramaya Yojana. Charing a meeting of the CDMOs, the Minister discussed about the government schemes for patients. He also focussed on the Niramaya Yojana under which patients are provided […]

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Collectors, CDMOs to hold interactive sessions to encourage new docs

Bhubaneswar: As Odisha continues to suffer from dismal healthcare amid scarcity of government doctors willing to serve at basic health clinics in grassroots level, the State government on Sunday laid down some important instructions to all district collectors and Chief District Medical Officers (CDMO)s to plan induction and interactive sessions with the newly appointed 581 […]

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17 differently-abled to get pension from district administration

Nuapada: A total of 17 differently-abled persons of Kalimati village in the district have been identified for a monthly pension of Rs 500 by the district administration. A team of doctors along with some officials visited the village on Wednesday for the process. “The officials have identified 17 differently-abled people who will get pension. In […]

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Bonda woman gets back her money from 'tainted' doc

Malkangiri: The gynaecologist at the district headquarters hospital, who was shifted two days ago to the CDMO office for allegedly taking bribe from a Bonda (tribal) woman, has returned the amount to the victim in presence of Chief District Medical Officer, relatives of the victim said today. “Doctor Nirmal Nayak had taken Rs 3500 from […]

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Bonda woman bribed a doc for delivery in government hospital!

Malkangiri: A Bonda woman had to allegedly bribe a doctor to get her delivery done at the Malkangiri district headquarters hospital. The doctor had also reportedly threatened to stop medicines if she failed to pay the money. On registration of a complaint by the woman’s husband, the doctor was shifted to the office of the […]

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Odisha rejigs medical service cadre; adds more posts

Bhubaneswar:  The Odisha government announced changes to the Odisha Medical Service cadre in which the total number posts have been increased to 6,719 from 5,389. The total positions for the post of special secretary have been increased to 2 while number of directors has been increased to 12 from 5. In the pay-band 4 category, […]

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Large intestine operated instead of fallopian tube

Kendrapara: In an instance of medical negligence, doctors allegedly sliced the intestine of a woman who was admitted for sterilization at a government-run hospital in Kendrapara district. Jharana Mallick (27), spouse of a daily wager Ramesh Mallick of village Kansar in the district, is battling for life at the intensive care unit of a hospital […]

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Infant death: ANM suspended after son administers wrong dose to child

Berhampur: Taking a serious note of the death of a boy infant due to wrong injection at Bikrampur village of Khallikote in Ganjam district, the Collector today suspended ANM Manorama Bindhani and ordered for a probe into the matter. Ganjam Collector Prem Chandra Chaudhary said, “The CDMO was asked to suspend the ANM. Besides, two […]

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Woman dies for wrong blood transfusion; FIR against CDMO

Keonjhar: Tension gripped the district headquarters hospital following the death of a patient due to alleged transfusion of wrong blood. Family members of the deceased lodged complaint against chief district medical officer (CDMO) and assistant district medical officer (ADMO), holding the medical authorities responsible for the unfortunate incident. Sukanti Nayak of Old Bazar area in […]

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Odisha sounds alert over bird flu

Bhubaneswar: With detection of avian influenza in Delhi and Gwalior, Odisha goverment health department has sounded high alert in the state and has asked chief district medical officers (CDMOs) to take precautionary measures. Health secretary Arti Ahuja in letters to all CDMOs has informed that bird flu H5N8 has been detected at National Zoological Park, […]

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Encephalitis toll reaches 40 with two more deaths

Malkangiri: The toll due to Japanese Encephalitis reached 40 with two more children dying of the deadly disease late on Thursday night. According to sources, two more children undergoing treatment at the district headquarters hospital died last night taking the toll to 40 in 29 days. Raising serious concern over the spread of vector-borne disease, […]

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Encephalitis toll reaches 38 with four more deaths

Malkangiri: The toll due to Japanese Encephalitis reached 38 with four more children dying of the deadly disease late on Wednesday night. According to sources, four more children undergoing treatment at the district headquarters hospital died last night taking the toll to 38 in 28 days. Meanwhile, raising serious concern over the spread of vector-borne […]

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Japanese Encephalitis toll 27 in Malkangiri; NHM sanctions Rs 50 lakh

Malkangiri: Taking note of the outbreak of Japanese Encephalitis which has claimed the lives of 27 children in Malkangiri district with the death of a three-year-old child this morning, the National Health Mission (NHM) today sanctioned Rs 50 lakh assistance in favour of the Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) for purchase of medicine and necessary […]

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Odisha officials harassing man who carried wife's corpse: Complaint

A complaint has been filed against the District Collector and Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) of Kalahandi for allegedly harassing the tribal man who walked for 10 km with his wife's body on his shoulders after he was denied a hearse

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Collector orders fresh probe into man carrying wife’s body on shoulders

A day after the sub collector and the CDMO gave a clean chit to the hospital authorities, Kalahandi district Collector D Brunda today ordered the Chief District Medial Officer (CDMO) to conduct a fresh probe into the incident of a man carrying body of his wife on his shoulders from the hospital for 12 km before a hearse van arrived to carry the body to his village following the intervention of the local OTV reporter

FIR lodged against Balasore CDMO for violating PCPNDT Act

Police on Tuesday registred a case against Dr Anup Ghose, the Chief District Medical Officer of Balasore on charge of violating Pre-conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act