Seven Phcs are to be modernized and 30 bed hospitals are to be built

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Pratapgarh

Published by: Allahabad office bathroom
Updated July 24, 2021 12:00 AM IST

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The days of seven primary health centers in the district will soon be full. By order of the government, they are now given the status of CHC. Provisions are also being made for health workers and doctors to stay in the 30-bed hospital.

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The days of seven primary health centers in the district will soon be full. By order of the government, they are now given the status of CHC. Provisions are also being made for health workers and doctors to stay in the 30-bed hospital. A joint hospital with 50 beds will also be built in Suvansa and Lalganj. The government has approved a budget of five million euros for the construction of each hospital.There are seven primary health centers in the district where there is a rush of patients for treatment. Patients suffer from a lack of facilities. One must travel to a remote community health center or medical college. Faced with this population problem, the CMO had asked the government to upgrade Prithviganj Auwar, Hathigwan, Derwa, Raniganj Kaithula, Jamtali, Mangapur and Chitpalgarh Primary Health Centers.

The government has put its stamp on it. A budget of 5 billion rupees each has been approved for the modernization of these primary health centers. Apart from the fact that these PHCs will be expanded into a hospital with 30 beds, a doctor, a nurse, a pharmacist and a nurse will be stationed here 24 hours a day. OPD is also carried out in parallel. Five to seven doctors are employed in these hospitals while other health workers are also retained. This will bring great relief to those around you.

Arrangements are also made for examining patients
ACMO Dr. CP Sharma said that after upgrading the primary health centers, provisions will be made for generators for lighting in case there is no electricity at night. In addition, there will be facilities for x-ray, ultrasound, pathology for examining patients. General OT is also being prepared. There will be an OPD that can accommodate five doctors.

The government has given a green signal to upgrade seven primary health centers in the district to community health centers. Preparations for this have started. Dr. AK Srivastava, CMO

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The days of seven primary health centers in the district will soon be full. By order of the government, they are now given the status of CHC. Provisions are also being made for health workers and doctors to stay in the 30-bed hospital. A joint hospital with 50 beds will also be built in Suvansa and Lalganj. The government has approved a budget of five million euros for the construction of each hospital.

There are seven primary health centers in the district that are crowded with patients for treatment. Patients suffer from a lack of facilities. One must travel to a remote community health center or medical college. Faced with this population problem, the CMO had asked the government to upgrade Prithviganj Auwar, Hathigwan, Derwa, Raniganj Kaithula, Jamtali, Mangapur and Chitpalgarh Primary Health Centers.

The government has put its stamp on it. A budget of 5 billion rupees each has been approved for the modernization of these primary health centers. Apart from the fact that these PHCs will be expanded into a hospital with 30 beds, a doctor, a nurse, a pharmacist and a nurse will be stationed here 24 hours a day. OPD is also carried out in parallel. Five to seven doctors are employed in these hospitals while other health workers are also retained. This will bring great relief to the people around you.

Arrangements are also made for examining patients

ACMO Dr. CP Sharma said that after upgrading the primary health centers, provisions will be made for generators for lighting in case there is no electricity at night. In addition, there will be facilities for x-ray, ultrasound, pathology for examining patients. General OT is also being prepared. There will be an OPD that can accommodate five doctors.

The government has given a green signal to upgrade seven primary health centers in the district to community health centers. Preparations for this have started. Dr. AK Srivastava, CMO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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