From March 14, senior doctors from all of the state’s medical colleges will go on strike, boycotting health services in support of their different demands.
Mayo’s health services, as well as the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), are expected to be harmed. Both hospitals will, however, continue to provide emergency services.
The hospital management has taken preparations. Patients will continue to be served by resident doctors.
The agitation has been going on since January under the leadership of the Maharashtra State Medical Teachers Association (MSMTA). Meanwhile, given the agitation, the secretary of
the Medical Education Department has called a meet ing on Monday Dean of GMCH Dr Raj Gajbhiye said that 70 senior and 210 junior doctors will provide services.
Medical deputy superintend ent of Mayo Dr Sagar Pandey said that 40 senior and 180 jun ior doctors will serve patients.