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    Motivation: MLA treated his wife and grandson in government Covid hospital in his constituency

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    Government hospitals have cured patients by skillfully treating the Covid pandemic.  Especially at the special Covid treatment facility of Sayaji and Gotri hospitals in Vadodara. Since the onset of the pandemic in March, uninterrupted treatment of positive patients has been provided till now by the hospitals.

    Recently, Kusumben, wife of former state government minister and senior MLA Jitendrabhai Sukhadia and grandson Raj were affected by the corona. Without thinking for a moment, he approached the government GMERS at Gotri and decided to have them treated at the treatment facility at the hospital. The government health service personnel have been encouraged after both have been cured after 12 days of treatment at the government hospital in Gotri.

    Informing that Dr. Sheetal Mistry, Administrative Nodal Officer, said, about 6300 Covid positive patients have been treated at Gotri Hospital since March. The doctors here have cured very difficult cases with their knowledge and experience and in their efforts to give new life to the patients.  The nursing staff, other assistants and cleaners have been equally sincere and give their services with dedication. 

    During the treatment, Kusumben needed oxygen and Jitubhai was a little worried when her face became swollen. But the doctors reassured him that the problem was solved by their treatment skills.

    In his interaction with Dr. Sheetal Mistry, Jitubhai said, that he was well aware of the infrastructure and human resource facilities set up by the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of the state at Gotri Hospital in his constituency. Here under the direction of Dr. Vinod Rao, Officer on Special Duty and Education Secretary, the noble work is being done by Sheetal Mistry and the entire staff which he experienced during his occasional visits. So he decided to treat his relatives in this government hospital which turned out to be correct. He heartily commended the dedicated services of the doctors, nursing staff and support staff here.

    Dr.  Mistry said that after the treatment of Kusumben’s problems with the use of remedivir and albumin heparin, on 3rd November her report was negative.  At Gotri Hospital they treat all patients with the same care. Jitubhai’s confidence in their abilities has increased everyone’s enthusiasm.

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