DAK welcomes promotion of of medical officers
Says the move will improve peripheral healthcare
Srinagar, Feb 12: A day after Health and Medical Education department ordered promotion of nearly one hundred Medical Officers, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Wednesday welcomed the move saying it will “improve peripheral healthcare”.
In a statement, president DAK said promoting and elevating doctors to higher level with added responsibility will boost their morale, increases productivity and thereby improving the overall working culture and effectiveness of the department.
“Promoting employees for their excellence in performance is important to value their efforts and infuse positive energy in them,” he said.
HE praised Financial Commissioner, Health and Medical Education, Attal Duloo for his efforts in streaming the department.
“It is result of his dynamic leadership that health sector of Jammu and Kashmir has shown exceptional growth in all essential aspects including infrastructure, manpower, human resources management, modern gadgetry, equipment and subsequently a significant drop in infant mortality rate and maternal mortality rate,” he said.
DAK in its statement said that due the consistent efforts of the Financial Commissioner, the five New Medical Colleges are functioning smoothly in Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
“His personal inclination to improve ailing health care at gross roots level played pivotal role in up-gradation of infrastructure and recruitment on fast track basis,” reads the statement.