New Delhi: In view of the threat of a possible third wave of Corona, preparations are being made in Delhi to deal with it. In view of the shortage of medical staff at the time of disaster, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had announced to prepare 5,000 community health assistants for the deployment of additional workforce. Under which the training of the first batch of 500 trainees has been started. Under a special training module, these people will be given training for Paramedic, Life Saving, First Aid, Home Care. These health assistants will work as assistants to doctors and nurses.
This is a certificate course which is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh University. The first batch of this training course has started from June 28. On the launch of the course, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that 1.5 lakh people applied for the training program within 4 days. He said that we want to prepare such a medical youth force in Delhi which should be ready to fight any health calamity.
Basic training program is going on in these 9 hospitals-
– Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital
– Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital
– Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital
– Chacha Nehru Children’s Hospital
– Sanjay Gandhi Hospital
– Ambedkar Medical College
– ESI Hospital Vasai Dharapur
– Hindurao Hospital
– Vardhman Mahaveer Hospital
Here, through dummy demonstration, doctors also make students aware of the correct method and basic protocol. Students also have to demonstrate it themselves so that they can understand the process in a better way.