Doctors at Hyderabad's Osmania General Hospital boycott duties citing inadequacy of staff, say they are unable to manage workload

Doctors at the Osmania General Hospital, Hyderabad on Tuesday are boycotting their duties due to inadequacy of staff in the hospital.

Asian News International June 23, 2020 16:16:22 IST
Doctors at Hyderabad's Osmania General Hospital boycott duties citing inadequacy of staff, say they are unable to manage workload

Hyderabad: Doctors at the Osmania General Hospital, Hyderabad on Tuesday are boycotting their duties due to inadequacy of staff in the hospital.

The medicine department postgraduates have been attending duties during the protest.

Harshanth, Vice President, Telangana Junior Doctors Association speaking to ANI over the phone said, "There are 33 Medicine Department Post Graduates who are attending duties at all the ICU's, casualty wards of Osmania General Hospital. Since Gandhi Hospital is not there and some PG's are affected by COVID-19, it has put pressure on us."

"We are also requesting staff from other departments or other hospitals, we have boycotted our duties since Saturday, as we are not able to manage with the workload," he added.

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