India is emerging strongly in the field of health

 India is emerging strongly in the field of health

The Corona epidemic broke the back of the health infrastructure of the largest country around the world. But India did two hands each with this global epidemic and emerged as an example in front of the world. There was a time when India was nowhere in comparison to developed countries in the field of health, but today the eyes of the world are on India's medicines, vaccines. The World Health Organization has also recognized India's health workers and medical system as iron.

More than 3500 covid labs

Although this has not been possible in a day, but it is the result of the hard work of the last 6-7 years in the field of health. Due to which not only did the number of AIIMS increase in the country, but in the Corona period itself, between the limited time and resources for the identification of the virus, more than 3500 labs, including government and private, have been opened for covid testing. Apart from this, recently, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya launched the Mobile Biosafety-03 Lab on Wednesday. This Mobile Biosafety-03 Lab also has the facility of Genome Sequencing. BSL-03 Lab is capable of detecting viral infections. Through this, it will be convenient to prevent infections in the future.

India's health sector against Corona

Three waves of corona have passed. The virus, which mutated in the second wave, affected more people in less time. But when the third wave came and when it went, many did not even know. This became possible because of the Ministry of Health and all the doctors and nurses of the country who were engaged in saving us safely from Corona for 24 hours. But all this was not possible in a day.

In fact, today we have a vast network of about two lakh government primary health centers, 750 district hospitals and 550 medical colleges in our country. The number of doctors and other health workers has increased by 15 to 20 times. There is a worldwide demand for trained doctors and nurses in India. In Britain, America, Canada and many West Asian countries, Indians are the backbone of the health system. That is, it can be said that India has made remarkable progress in the field of health. This was the reason that the way in which many predictions were made about India during the Corona period, everything remained in vain.

Contribution in the field of health infrastructure

Health is wealth means health is wealth, you must have heard a lot of proverbs. But the central government started working in this direction even before the corona period. As part of the effort to improve the health infrastructure of the country, new schemes were brought in the field of new AIIMS, super specialties, research and research. This was the reason that during the crisis of Kovid, when one to one developed country was kneeling, every day the rising cases and death figures of corona brought the system there on the road, in such a situation India's condition is better than them all. doing. India acted with restraint in this hour of crisis.

Under self-reliant Bharat, India not only prepared the vaccine but also provided the country with oxygen plants, hospitals, medicines, equipment and other essential items. India is building 150,000 health and wellness centers to provide a wide range of primary health services. In February 2018, the Government of India announced the creation of 1,50,000 health and wellness centers by replacing the existing sub-centres and primary health centres. It will cover half a billion people with the world's largest health insurance plan.

more than 22 AIIMS

Sanction has been given for 22 new AIIMS in the country under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY). These include 10 AIIMS approved on or after the year 2017-18. Six sanctioned AIIMS are functional at Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur and Trikesh. The remaining 16 new AIIMS are in various stages of construction. Apart from 6 functional AIIMS, OPD services have been started in 6 AIIMS at Rae Bareli, Mangalagiri, Gorakhpur, Bhatida, Nagpur and Bibinagar. MBBS courses have started in 12 AIIMS at Mangalagiri, Nagpur, Kalyani, Gorakhpur, Bhatida, Rae Bareli, Deogarh, Bibinagar, Guwahati, Bilaspur, Jammu and Rajkot. Construction work is in progress at AIIMS Mangalagiri, Andhra Pradesh. Initially, there was slight delay in the construction work due to non-availability of sand. There were also some delays in the activities to be undertaken by the State, which include water supply management, excessive rainwater extraction, main connectivity to the campus and relocation of the existing NDRF complex. The progress of work was also affected by the Kovid-19 pandemic. Many of these constructions were started in AIIMS even during the Corona period. Today we can say with satisfaction that India is moving from 6 AIIMS to a strong network of more than 22 AIIMS.

More than 170 new medical colleges

In the last 6 to 7 years, more than 170 new medical colleges have been set up in the country and work on more than 100 new medical colleges is in progress. Earlier, the total seats of medical undergraduate and post graduate in the country were close to 82 thousand, whose number has increased to 1 lakh 40 thousand today. It is true that the skilled manpower associated with healthcare has a direct impact on effective health services. This has been felt more in the Corona period.

In the Corona era, when it was more important to protect yourself from the virus. Thus self The Ministry of Health has brought a facility like telemedicine to connect the patient, doctor and patient with each other in the country. Cashless and paperless health facilities are being provided to the beneficiaries through the schemes run by the government in the health sector. This is also being done so that all the complications coming in the health sector can be eliminated. Where earlier the doctor's slip was prepared on some paper, today the same slip is being prepared digitally. Due to this the work is getting faster. Also, years old data can also be saved. The Ministry of Health has brought a new revolution in India by using digital technology in the health sector. Doctors will also now be able to treat their patients properly because even the oldest records of the patient can be kept in digital form. Due to the incorporation of such innovations, India has made great strides in the health sector.

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