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Services hit as PGI Chandigarh resident doctors strike work

Services hit as PGI Chandigarh resident doctors strike work

Medical services at Chandigarh’s Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), which caters to around 10,000 patients daily, were severely affected on Saturday, following a strike by 1,200 resident doctors protesting against the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill. However, emergency and intensive care units (ICUs) were exempted from the strike. The indefinite strike

Lucknow doctors go on 24-hour strike

Health care services in the Uttar Pradesh capital were largely crippled on Monday as over 10,000 doctors proceeded on strike in support of their counterparts in West Bengal. The resident doctors of King George’s Medical University (KGMU) and Queen Mary’s hospital, Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS) and Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Institute

Doctors on strike, patients suffered

Doctors on strike, patients suffer

Doctors strike: Services at private hospitals in India are likely to be hit today as the Indian Medical Association has called for suspending routine services for 12 hours in protest against the National Medical Commission Bill, which seeks to replace Medical Council of India with a new body. The bill is likely to be debated

Haryana govt warn doctors over strike

Haryana govt warn doctors over strike

Haryana govt warn doctors over strike.In exercise of powers conferred under Section 4-A of the Haryana Essential Services Maintenance (HESMA) Act 1974, the Governor has prohibited any strike in health department for a period of six months.Haryana Civil Medical Services Association (HCMSA) of doctor union had said to go on a strike from September 11

Haryana bans doctors' strike for 6 months

Haryana bans doctors’ strike for 6 months

Haryana bans doctors’ strike for 6 months Chandigarh – Citing “public interest”, the Haryana government today said it will prohibit any strike by doctors working in the health department for a period of six months with effect from today. Doctors under the banner of the Haryana Civil Medical Services Association (HCMSA) had said they would go

PGIMER resident doctors on strike, services affected

Chandigarh: Medical services were affected on Monday after resident doctors of the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here went on strike demanding better facilities and security on the campus. The strike by the PGIMER junior doctors was sparked by an incident on Sunday in which an angry relative slapped a doctor in