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17 May 2012

Under the scheme, the smallest unit–Gram Arogya Kendra–will work in all the 52,000 villages of the state

Submitted on 05/17/2012 - 11:06:39 AM

Bhopal: In Madhya Pradesh, a consolidated scheme has been introduced to provide health services in all 52,000 villages of the state.

"Sampoorna Swasthya Sabke liye" scheme contains all the health scheme of the central and state government.

In this scheme the smallest unit Gram Arogya Kendra will work at village level.

These centres will be operated by an ad-hoc committee constituted by Gram Sabha. In next step a sector will work for group of 10 kendras and a doctor will be responsible for this sector.

This sector will be accountable for block level. An officer on block level will be responsible for all the activities.

About six lakh representative of Health Committees will participate for the direct health services. These representatives would be imparted training also. An encouragement system will also set up under the scheme.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has announced that a Aayush wing will be also set up under this scheme.

–iGovernment Bureau

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