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Bhaktapur Hospital committed to clearing arrears

2021 Sep 07, 11:05, Kathmandu

Bhaktapur Hospital has launched a campaign to clear the arrears.

Medical Superintendent Dr Sumitra Gautam said the arrears accumulated from the previous administration would be reduced to nill.

"We've now changed the hospital. The hospital had scored 38 in the hospital strengthening evaluation in the beginning, which has now reached 87," she asserted, adding that the Bhaktapur Hospital has been able to achieve the award 'Best Hospital of Bagmati Province'.

Previously, hardly 80 to 150 patients used to visit the hospital in a day, which has now reached 750 to 800 patients with the expansion of quality services.

The Hospital has assigned an officer Natibabu Khatri to reduce the arrears. As per information shared by the Ministry of Health and Population, Bhaktapur Hospital has arrears of Rs 36 million in total till the fiscal year 2075/2076, said Khatri.

There is expenditure but no valid documents on it. "We have launched a campaign on how such huge arrears can be cleared," he added. Even the employees transferred to other facilities from the hospital have been written about the mounting arrears.


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