241 district sub-health centers are being rejuvenated

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241 sub-health centers in the district are being rejuvenated
Muzaffarnagar. In order to prevent the third corona wave, the health department is involved in resourceful health centers. Medicines etc. are also provided in the sub-health centers for this purpose. Currently, the sub-health centers need to be rejuvenated, the responsibility of which the Panchayat District Raj Officer has delegated to the Gram Panchayats.
There are 43 community health centers and primary health centers in urban areas, including nine blocks in the district. In addition, there are 268 sub-health centers and 498 grams of panchayats in the city, where ANMs and other health workers are posted. In these sub-health centers, children and pregnant women are regularly vaccinated. In addition, women are also given iron and calcium drugs. Medicines for fever etc. are also available. In addition, hemoglobin, blood pressure, etc. are checked. In view of the third corona wave, in which municipal health centers are being modernized with oxygen. At the same time, resources are also made available in sub-health centers. The sub-health is also beautified. His responsibility was entrusted to the Gram Panchayats. DPRO Anil Kumar Singh announced that sub-health centers are being rejuvenated in 241 villages in the district. On behalf of the Gram Panchayat, all kinds of repairs, painting, painting, ramp construction, etc. are carried out in the building. CMO Dr. MS Faujdar announced that 241 out of 268 Upseva Kendras are administered by Gram Panchayats. The health department makes resources and medicines etc. available to the health centers. The aim is to ensure that adequate medical care is also available at village level before the third wave.

241 sub-health centers in the district are being rejuvenated

Muzaffarnagar. In order to prevent the third corona wave, the health department is involved in resourceful health centers. Medicines etc. are also provided in the sub-health centers for this purpose. Currently, the sub-health centers need to be rejuvenated, the responsibility of which the Panchayat District Raj Officer has delegated to the Gram Panchayats.

There are 43 community health centers and primary health centers in urban areas, including nine blocks in the district. In addition, there are 268 sub-health centers and 498 grams of panchayats in the city, where ANMs and other health workers are posted. In these sub-health centers, children and pregnant women are regularly vaccinated. In addition, women are also given iron and calcium drugs. Medicines for fever etc. are also available. In addition, hemoglobin, blood pressure, etc. are checked. In view of the third corona wave, in which municipal health centers are being modernized with oxygen. At the same time, resources are also made available in sub-health centers. The sub-health is also beautified. His responsibility was entrusted to the Grief Panchayats. DPRO Anil Kumar Singh announced that sub-health centers are being rejuvenated in 241 villages in the district. On behalf of the Gram Panchayat, all kinds of repairs, painting, painting, ramp construction, etc. are carried out in the building. CMO Dr. MS Faujdar announced that 241 out of 268 Upseva Kendras are administered by Gram Panchayats. The health department makes resources and medicines etc. available to the health centers. The aim is to ensure that adequate medical care is also available at village level before the third wave.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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