Probe launched as staffer manipulates YCM hospital funds

  • | Thursday | 23rd November, 2023

Pune: The Yashwantrao Chavan Memorial (YCM) Hospital authorities have transferred an employee on contract on the charge of manipulation of funds at the facilitys cash counters and launched a probe for the same. The authorities at the Pimpri Chinchwad civic hospital are yet to uncover details of the total amount siphoned off by the staffer. The employee was posted at the hospitals cash counter since December last year, they said.There are 20-25 cash counters in the hospital. The staffer in question was working at one such counter, Dr Rajendra Wabale, the dean of YCM Hospital, said. Various departments give notes to make payment at the cash counters. Staffers accept the payment and give a confirmation receipt to the person. One copy of the receipt is kept for hospital records. However, during verification, it was found that the said staffer was submitting manipulated receipts for hospital records, he said.Wabale said a detailed inquiry of all cash counters has been ordered, and appropriate action will be taken against those found involved in the fraud. Chetan Bendre, an Aam Aadmi Party member, claimed that this is the second incident where such an issue has been reported at a civic hospital.We also published the following articles recentlyGanja found in this Maharashtra hospital OPDA private hospital in Bhiwandi has accused one of its employees of planting drugs on its premises to defame the facility. The employee, who works as an assistant administrator, allegedly placed 25 grams of ganja in the Out Patient Department (OPD). The hospital management has filed a criminal offense against the employee and her unidentified accomplices. No arrests have been made yet. The incident came to light when police received information about the drugs at the hospital. The CEO of the hospital suspects that the employee planted the drugs to tarnish the hospitals image.Hospital came first its EMPLOYEE NO.2Badrinath avoided taking loans between 1940 and 2023 to prevent any financial pressure.HC paves way for construction of 400-bed hospital by Apollo Hospitals in GurgaonThe Punjab and Haryana high court has cleared the construction of a hospital in Gurgaon by Apollo Hospital Limited, dismissing a revision petition filed by Ujjagar Construction Private Limited. The court stated that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) relied upon by Ujjagar Construction showed that no money was paid or invested at the time of the MoU. The court also noted that Apollo Hospital had invested a substantial amount of Rs 438 crores and had government approval for the project. The court concluded that the injunction requested by Ujjagar Construction was not justified.

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