Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Thursday lauded the chief medical officer, Arvind Kumar, of a CGHS dispensary at South Avenue for his ‘devotion to duty’. The minister said he visited CGHS dispensary at South Avenue as a regular patient, and he was glad that the doctor there listened to his problems and treated him well.
“To test the system of CGHS service, I went to a dispensary in Delhi as a regular patient. I am glad that the doctor working there, Arvind Kumar ji’s devotion to duty and his sense of service is inspiring. I appreciate his dedication towards his work,” he tweeted in Hindi.
Mandaviya also sent the doctor a letter of appreciation. In a letter, the minister said he visited the dispensary from 11 pm to 11:30 pm on Wednesday in the name of one Anil Radadiya.
“I am glad that you interacted with me very well, understood my problems, gave your diagnosis about my problems and treated me. I found that your gesture of service was in line with the expected behaviour of a CGHS doctor. I appreciate you for this,” he stated in the letter.