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DGHS issues show-cause notice to healthcare facilities for not submitting fire safety certificates

In the notice, dated June 6, the DGHS had mentioned the sequence of letters issued by it to the facilities here, asking them to submit a valid copy of a fire safety clearance certificate, and also mentioned the one received by the Directorate from the Delhi Fire Services.

Maharashtra: 80 ‘missing’ doctors reinstated

In December 2017, the health department had terminated 104 doctors from various rural and tribal posts after an inquiry found them not reporting for work for an extended period.

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Health department seeks to curb infant deaths

According to UT health officials, the vision department has been sent to the Union health ministry for final approval.

In two years, 178 more cancer patients diagnosed in district

The increase in the number of cancer patients has set alarm bells ringing for the health department in the district.

Are city hospitals treating EWS patients? Surprise checks on cards

Health minister Satyendra Jain said the department will be checking treatment facilities provided and the profile of patients.

Holi advisory: Don’t hug the crowd, just greet with namaste

District Collectors have issued advisories to prevent spread of the H1N1 virus in wake of increasing cases of Swine Flu.

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Surat doctor arrested for allegedly carrying out sex determination tests

The Surat district health department officials carried out a sting operation on the doctor following a tip off.

Health dept spent over Rs 85.03 lakh on Central scheme but never asked for reimbursement: CAG

In the financial year 2013-14, the Director of Health Services released Rs 2.50 crore as 25 per cent share of the administration for NRHM.

Delhi Underground: Out of ideas

The BJP also advised Kejriwal to be part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and ensure that toilets in his area are cleaned up.

Ebola virus: Health dept issues advisory to hospitals

Instructions has been sent to the hospitals to prepare isolation wards and ventilators for any such emergency.

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