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A 50-bed hostel will be built in Burtiwang

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The plan to turn the primary health center at Burtiwang into a 50-bed hospital is going ahead after 14 years. In 2066, there was no district hospital after the then Baglung Hospital was abolished and became Dhaulagiri Hospital. There was an effort to upgrade Burtiwang as a district hospital. Gandaki Province Social Development and Health Minister Sushila Sinkha said that the federal government has decided to build a 50-bed hospital at Burtiwang in Baglung and Anppeepal in Gorkha on the recommendation of Gandaki province government.

A 50-bed hostel will be built in Burtiwang

Dhaulagiri Hospital is a specialist service . There was a problem of lack of district hospital, free medicine, round-the-clock treatment services.

'There was a need in both places, the federal government has decided on the initiative of the state government,' said Minister Simkhada, 'immediately, essential services will be added and work will be started as a district hospital from the next financial year.' Based on the ONM held a few years ago The work will be started by managing the manpower.

Head of Health Office Baglung Baburam Acharya said that the team of the Ministry of Health monitored the primary health center in Burtiwang. "They are studying for the minimum necessary doctors and equipment management," Acharya said, "Service management with the 11th level medical superintendent will be from next July."

The primary health center does not have an arrangement to provide emergency services outside of office hours. Residents of Dhorpatan Municipality, Badigad Rural Municipality, Nisikhola and Tamankhola Rural Municipality suffered due to lack of 24-hour service. Even those traveling from Rukum were not able to get health care here as it is a Madhyapahari folk road. In case of complicated problems, it was necessary to go to the local Palpa, Butwal and Pokhara. The locals of Nisi, Taman and Dhorpatan have to travel 200 km to reach Pokhara. According to the data of the

center, up to 500 people have taken delivery services here at the health center level in a year. Up to 20 patients with complex problems reached Butwal and Pokhara every month. 150 patients are examined daily at the OPD. Chief of Dhorpatan Municipality Health Branch Keshav Thapa said that 30 of them had to undergo lab and 20 had to undergo video X-ray.

60 to 70 people have been post-mortemed in a year. Routine OPD, pregnant check-up, delivery services, basic lab, vaccination services, family planning services, tuberculosis and leprosy treatment services were also done from the center. "Due to the lack of recognition of the hospital, there was no system for giving 92 types of free medicines," said Thapa, "It was a condition that the patients could not get services as a health institution." There was no electricity to operate X-rays and video X-rays, and there was no generator. After becoming a district hospital, it will be possible to have a generator.

Here, due to the lack of blood, patients would enter the city because they could not be treated. Staff nurse Parvati Aryal said that after the construction of a district hospital, general surgery services will also be legalised.

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