Office Of The Chief District Medical &Public Health Officer
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About Organization :
Medical officer of health, medical health officer or district medical officer, is a title and commonly used for the senior government official of a health department or agency, usually at a municipal, county/district, state/province, or regional level. The post is held by a physician who serves to advise and lead a team of public health professionals such as environmental health officers and public health nurses on matters of public health importance. The equivalent senior health official at the national level is often referred to as the Chief Medical Officer, although the title varies across countries, for example known as the Surgeon General in the United States and the Chief Public Health Officer in Canada. Chief medical officer (CMO) is the title used in many countries for the senior government official designated head of medical services, sometimes at the national level. The post is held by a physician who serves to advise and lead a team of medical experts on matters of public health importance. The post of chief medical officer dates back to Victorian times. The equivalent title may go under different names across countries, for example, the Surgeon General in the United States and the Chief Public Health Officer in Canada. By extension, chief medical officer is also used as a job title, for the physician who is the professional lead of all physicians at a hospital. The top doctor aboard a starship in Star Trek, such as Dr. Leonard H. McCoy, is also called a chief medical officer. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is an Indian government ministry charged with health policy in India. It is also responsible for all government programs relating to family planning in India. The Minister of Health and Family Welfare holds cabinet rank as a member of the Council of Ministers. The current minister is Harsh Vardhan. Since 1955 the Ministry regularly publishes the Indian Pharmacopoeia through the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC), an autonomous body for setting standards for drugs, pharmaceuticals and healthcare devices and technologies in India.
Number of the posts:
Microbiologist : 01
Staff Nurse : 56
Lab Technician : 23
Lab Attendant : 01
Swachhta Karmi : 06
Microbiologist : Rs.35000/-
Staff Nurse : Rs.16500/-
Lab Technician : Rs.14,000/-
Lab Attendant : Rs.12,000/-
Swachhta Karmi : Rs.10000/-
As per Organization Rules.
Microbiologist : M. Sc. Medical microbiology. M. Sc. Medical microbiology with 2 years experience in medical diagnostic.
Lab Technician : B.Sc. Nursing or GNM Course Passed &Live Registration in Chhattisgarh nursing registration Council. DMLT or BMLT course with registration in C.G Paramedical Council
Lab Attendant : 12th passed in Biology
Swachhta Karmi : 5th Passed
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