Village, dm, pm, doctor, center – Ayushman card is issued free of charge in public service centers

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Ori. There are a total of 105,042 beneficiary families under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana and 1,360 beneficiary families under Chief Minister Jan Arogya Yojana in the district. So far, 114799 Ayushman cards have been made under the Pradhan mantri Jan Arogya Yojana. 332 maps were drawn up under Chief Minister Jan Arogya Abhiyan. In this way, a total of 115,131 Ayushman cards were issued to the beneficiaries in the Jalaun district.
Dr. Ashish Jha, district program coordinator for the program, said that out of a total of 105,042 beneficiary families in district there are 42,967 such beneficiary families. In which at least one Ayushman card was issued. That is 41 percent of all households. While the district ranks 44th when it comes to a gold card in the UP. He said the list of a total of 626 public utility centers in the district was issued by the district judge’s office. As part of the program, Ayushman cards are provided free of charge to all beneficiaries. Therein 65 of the Dakor block, 79 of the Jalaun block, 68 of the Kadaura block, 74 of the Koch block, 61 of the Kuthod block, 51 of the Madhaugarh block, 56 of the Nadigaon block, 46 of the Rampura block and 72 of the Orai metropolitan area and others. Public suvidha kendras were selected for this work.
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special campaign to produce an Ayushman card
Dr. Ashish announced that as of July 1, the process of making Ayushman cards from beneficiaries was initiated by Jan Suvidha Kendra as part of the special campaign. The CMO has directed the medical superintendent and senior medical officer to issue Ayushman cards from all benefit recipients in their areas. To receive the Ayushman Card, the beneficiary must present the Prime Minister’s letter or grocery card and any family members registered with the Aadhar Card when attending Jan Suvidha Kendra. In this work, Asha Sangini, ANM and BCPM will work together to create Ayushman cards of the beneficiaries.

Ori. There are a total of 105,042 beneficiary families under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana and 1,360 beneficiary families under Chief Minister Jan Arogya Yojana in the district. So far, 114799 Ayushman cards have been made under the Pradhan mantri Jan Arogya Yojana. 332 maps were drawn up under Chief Minister Jan Arogya Abhiyan. In this way, a total of 115,131 Ayushman cards were issued to the beneficiaries in the Jalaun district.

Dr. Ashish Jha, district program coordinator for the program, said that out of a total of 105,042 beneficiary families in district there are 42,967 such beneficiary families. In which at least one Ayushman card was issued. That is 41 percent of all households. While the district ranks 44th when it comes to a gold card in the UP. He said the list of a total of 626 public utility centers in the district was issued by the district judge’s office. As part of the program, Ayushman cards are provided free of charge to all beneficiaries. Therein 65 of the Dakor block, 79 of the Jalaun block, 68 of the Kadaura block, 74 of the Koch block, 61 of the Kuthod block, 51 of the Madhaugarh block, 56 of the Nadigaon block, 46 of the Rampura block and 72 of the Orai metropolitan area and others. Public suvidha kendras were selected for this work.

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special campaign to produce an Ayushman card

Dr. Ashish announced that as of July 1, the process of making Ayushman cards from beneficiaries was initiated by Jan Suvidha Kendra as part of the special campaign. The CMO has directed the medical superintendent and senior medical officer to issue Ayushman cards from all benefit recipients in their areas. To receive the Ayushman Card, the beneficiary must present the Prime Minister’s letter or grocery card and any family members registered with the Aadhar Card when attending Jan Suvidha Kendra. In this work, Asha Sangini, ANM and BCPM will work together to create Ayushman cards of the beneficiaries.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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