19 Diagnostic Centers To Set up in Telangana

Hyderabad, June 5 (Maxim News): Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today decided to start diagnostic Centres in 19 identified district headquarters in the state and in the major Government hospitals from Monday.

The CM has instructed the officials to start the Diagnostic Centre already completed in Mahbubnagar, Nizamabad, Sangareddy, Medak, Jangaon, Mulugu, Mahboobabad, Bhadradri Kothagudem, Jagtial, Siddipet, Nalgonda, Khammam, Sircilla, Vikarabad, Nirmal, Karimnagar, Adilabad, Jogulamba Gadwal and Asifabad districts and in the major government hospitals.

The CM spoke to medical and health department officials and enquired with them about the way Corona decreasing in the State. The CM discussed with the officials about the medical services and other related issues. The Medical and health officials brought to the notice of the CM that as per his instructions, diagnostic centres are ready in 19 district headquarters. In response the CM asked them start the services at the diagnostic centres from Monday onwards.

The CM said to give better medical treatment to people in Telangana State; all the medical services should be made available to them and that is the aim of the government. In the wake of Corona pandemic, all the basic infrastructure facilities at the Primary health centres were improved.

The CM reminded that to offer free medical service to the people, the state government had already implementing several schemes. The medical health sector, which was destroyed in the previous united AP rule, had been restored within a short span of time. He said the Telangana government, which is making the State as a healthy state, is making another forward step in this direction.

He said the decision to set up 19 diagnostic centres at the district headquarters in the state is a landmark one in the history of medical and health sector in the State. (Maxim News)

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