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Chandigarh, 28 November (Trinew)

It is said that the first happiness is a healthy body. Haryana government is trying to implement this proverb. Due to the multidimensional health schemes of the government, the number of medical universities and colleges has increased in the state. There has also been an increase in the number of civil hospitals, primary health centres, community centers and Ayurvedic, Homeopathy and Unani institutions. From the year 2014 till now, 2807 medical officers have been recruited, due to which the people of the state have got health benefits. Haryana is the first state in the country, where medicines are being given free of cost to Hepatitis C and B patients. E-Sanjeevani OPD is proving effective for the patients, providing them free medical facilities sitting at home. The government has also taken full care that patients do not face any problem in transportation to civil hospitals. 59 medical mobile units have been started for the treatment of patients, of which the patients are taking full advantage. Not only this, Haryana ranks first in the country in the Anemia Free India Programme.

The government spokesperson said here on Tuesday that the state government has also made a plan to ensure that the patients do not face any inconvenience in future. Under this, 144 buildings are being constructed, which include 48 sub-health centres, 46 PHC, 33 CMC and 17 district civil hospitals. Chief Minister Treatment Scheme has been implemented for the people. Seven types of services are available under this.

Surgery, laboratory tests, diagnostics (X-ray, ECG and ultrasound services), OPD/indoor services, essential medicines, referral transportation and dental treatment are available free of cost to the patients. Hemophilia, Thalassemia and cancer patients have been given free travel facility in Haryana State Transport buses. For the convenience of patients, 610 ambulances are available all the time for emergency services. 544 medicines, 257 consumables and 88 dental items are available free of cost in government hospitals and medical colleges.

Future plans in education and research

Along with health, the government is also trying to strengthen the medical education and research sector. Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay University of Health Sciences is under construction at Kutail, Karnal at a cost of Rs 761.51 crore. 710 bedded National Cancer Institute started at Badhsa, Jhajjar at a cost of Rs 2035 crore. Construction of Kalpana Chawla Government Medical College, Karnal Phase-2 has been started at a cost of Rs 373.25 crore. A dental college has been established in the campus of Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati Government Medical College, Nalhar, Nuh at an estimated cost of Rs 172.65 crore. Cost of Rs 535.55 crore in Bhiwani, Rs 663.86 crore in village Haibatpur, district Jind, Rs 500 crore in Gurugram, Rs 598 crore in Koriyawas, district Narnaul, Rs 935 crore in Kaithal, Rs 1010.37 crore in Sirsa and Rs 1122.71 crore in Yamunanagar. The work of establishing a medical college is in progress. Government Medical Colleges are also under process in Panchkula, Palwal, Fatehabad, Charkhi Dadri. Government Nursing College started in Safidon, District Jind and construction of its building continues. The construction work of one government nursing college each in Kaithal, Kurukshetra, Rewari, Panchkula and 2 in Faridabad is going on at a cost of Rs 194.30 crore.

Efforts to promote AYUSH

Haryana Yoga Commission has been established to promote yoga. The country’s first Shri Krishna AYUSH University has been established in Kurukshetra. A Post Graduate Institute of Yoga, Naturopathy, Education and Research has been established in Devarkhana village of Jhajjar. OPD service has started here. Baba Kheta Nath Government Ayurvedic College and Hospital has been established in Pattikaran, Narnaul and OPD and IPD facilities have been started. National Institute of Ayurveda is under construction at a cost of about Rs 270 crore on about 20 acres of land at Mata Mansa Devi, Panchkula. The state’s first Government Unani College and Hospital with 60 beds and 60 seats is under construction at a cost of Rs 45.43 crore in village Akeda district Nuh.

Medical facilities increased in hospitals

Manohar Government has started City Scan in 17 District Civil Hospitals, Hemodialysis in 22 Civil Hospitals, MRI in 5 District Civil Hospitals and Cardiology services in 4 centres. Atal Cancer Care Center has been started for cancer treatment in Ambala Civil Hospital and Ambala Cantonment. At present, 13 civil hospitals have been upgraded from 100 bedded hospitals to 200 bedded hospitals and Ambala City Civil Hospital has been upgraded from 200 bedded hospital to 300 bedded hospital.

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