DAK demands Rotational Transfer Policy

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By FK WEB DESK on 22/11/2018.

DAK demands Rotational Transfer Policy

Srinagar, NOV 22: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK)  has demanded for rotational transfer policy from difficult zone to medical colleges and vice versa , so that doctors posted in far flung areas will get updated with recent advances, scientific knowledge, and over all a psychological relief. The doctors who have been posted to far flung areas for decades together have developed suicidal tendencies and progresive degradation in their professional skill, said president DAK Dr Suahil Naik.

 The Rotational Transfer Policy should aim to harmonise objectives of comprehensive health care , avoid development of vested interests, and provide exposure to rural doctors  working in different hospitals to recent advances , ensuring overall growth of medical officers . The Rotational Transfer Policy  will provide opportunity to all doctors to work in medical colleges to get upgraded with recent knowledge and skills Dr Naik added.

 Dr Owais H Dar General secretary DAK said that the  Rotational Transfer Policy will be a  dynamic process where a medical officer  is moved from difficult zone posting to medical colleges and that will provide  vibrancy to  to the entire health care delivery system. The  transfer should operate spontaneously as soon as a doctor  completes  the minimum prescribed tenure or stay.

 The rotation of medical officers from rural health care to  medical colleges from time to time, subject to the operational needs and requirements of the medical colleges will refine the professional skill of doctors Dr Owais added.

 Dr Mohd Ashraf, vice president DAK added that 480 doctors of rural health department who are deputed to medical colleges have poltical and bureaucratic clout and are enjoying comfortable life with extra allowances in capital cities. It is undemocratic and mere injustice with whole medical fraternity if deputed doctors to medical colleges for years together are not relieved back to parent department. Government must frame policy where in all over staying doctors from GMCs are releived back to peripheral health sector and new doctors must be deputed to GMCs so that the health care delivery services are not hampered till regular appointments are made in Medical Education.

 Dr Arshed H Trag, Joint Secretary DAK further added  that DAk will submit list of doctors who are posted in farlung areas for more than 5 years so that they can be deputed to higher Centers on rotational basis.

 Doctors Association Kashmir requests His Excellency, Hon’ble Governor of the state shri Satya pal Malik and Hon’ble Advisor for Health and Medical Education , Shri K Vijay Kumar to take holistic view in this regard. (KNB)