moral responsibility to health services accessible: Deputy Commissioner

The health department has started joint work : Deputy Commissioner

moral responsibility to health services -

Patiala, April 21, 2022: To fulfill the pledge to provide better health services to the people of the state, the district administration, and the health department have started joint work. It is our moral responsibility to ensure that the benefits of all the schemes run for the provision of health facilities to the people are extended to all sections of the society and if there is any shortcoming in this work then it will be the responsibility of the concerned authorities. The officials of the health department should prepare a suitable plan for the implementation of each scheme at the grass-root level.

  The plan for maternal and child health is being implemented by the National Health Mission. Patiala district is leading in the state in registration but ANC The goal of testing should also be 100 percent so that pregnant women can give birth to a healthy baby. Janani Shishu Suraksha Program, Janani Suraksha Yojana, PMSMA, and RCH Emphasis needs to be placed on more effective implementation. Under the Suman program, the department has made good efforts to pay special attention to the diet and medicines of pregnant women after delivery. Therefore, emphasizing the importance of Asha’s work, it is important to keep all the posts of Asha vacant.

   Praising the observance of Mamata Day every Wednesday for free immunization of children up to 5 years of age, Sanchi said that immunization for children is very important so that the target of 100 percent immunization should be ensured. He urged the people to come forward for immunization against covid.

On this occasion, Civil Surgeon Dr. Giving the progress report of the department, Mr. Jatinder Kansal said that the schemes run by the government in the Patiala district were running successfully. He said that the Patiala district with 954 girls per 1000 boys in sex ratio was first in the state and eighth in the country. He said that under Cancer Relief Fund Scheme till March 2022 free treatment of Rs. 93 lakh 95 thousand has been provided to 106 patients. Similarly, Patiala district is leading in the state in extending the benefits of Lifelong India Chief Minister’s Health Insurance Scheme to the general public. Prominent amongst those present in the meeting included Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Gautam Jain, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Gurpreet Singh Thind, all SDMs, and Health Department officials.

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