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THE GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL IN MANAPPARAI HAS BEEN NAMED THE "CLEANEST HOSPITAL IN TAMIL NADU"

by Shailee Mishra

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Highlights

• Every day, the hospital sees 200 inpatients & over 1000 outpatients.
• The prize money will be used to upgrade the hospital's infrastructure.

Under the Kayakalp initiative of the National Health Programme for 2021-2022, the Manapparai District Government General Hospital was named "the cleanest hospital in the state" on 27th April.

We've worked hard towards the upkeep of our hospital and are extremely glad to get this award

Following the announcement, the hospital staff was overjoyed. In 2017-18, the hospital came in second place. "We've worked hard towards the upkeep of our hospital and are extremely glad to get this award," Facility Superintendent Dr. V Malaidurai said of the hospital's drive to preserve quality. Everything, including the case file, must be in order. Our employees receive regular training and classes. Over the years, we have worked hard to keep the hospital clean."

Hospitals were assessed under the Kayakalp method in terms of upkeep, sanitation and hygiene, waste management, infection control, hospital support services, and hygiene promotion. In March 2022, national assessors paid a visit to the hospitals.

The prize money will be used to upgrade the hospital's infrastructure

Manapparai Hospital received a total score of 92.86 percent, while Erode District Government Headquarters Hospital came in second with a score of 91.86 percent.

The award money for the Erode hospital would be Rs 20 lakh. Every day, the hospital sees 200 inpatients and over 1000 outpatients. The prize money will be used to upgrade the hospital's infrastructure, according to the management.

Every day, we see a large number of patients. We don't have enough beds. More beds and wards are required. Because of our location, we see a lot of accident instances. "We aim to use the prize money to develop our infrastructure," Dr. Malaidurai added.

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