Jagananna Suraksha Scheme Doing Wonders In Health Sector!
Jagananna Arogya Suraksha scheme which was brought to provide healthcare to the poor is doing wonders in the state by covering various services and serving people of various legs of life.By: Tupaki Desk | 6 Nov 2023 6:32 AM GMT
Having recorded a landslide victory in the 2019 elections, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is not leaving any stone unturned to leave his legacy as the leader. He is making sure that no one will be left out. The reforms he is bringing are not restricted to just one sector in the state.
Health plays a key role in one's life. YS Jagan Mohan Reddy knows this better than anyone else. Jagananna Arogya Suraksha scheme which was brought to provide healthcare to the poor is doing wonders in the state by covering various services and serving people of various legs of life.
Like how welfare is sent to every doorstep in the state, health care is also sent to every doorstep. The representatives are sent to every house for the tests. They conduct tests on people and provide them with the required medicines. If their condition needs to be treated at the hospital, the arrangements to send them to the hospital are also made.
The massive scheme was launched on the 30th of September and since then doctors, nurses, and medical representatives have been offering medical services. Thousands of medical camps were held to treat the patients.
Let us dive deeper into the achievements of the Jagananna Arogya Suraksha scheme. So far around 12,000 medical camps have been held and medical tests have been performed on around 60.9 lakh people in the state. The representatives visited 1. 44 crore houses and 6.4 crore tests were performed.
Arogya screening tests were done on close to 3.78 crore. Around 13,930 training camps were held and the health condition of 1. 38 crore people were gathered by ward and village volunteers across the state. With this, the Chief Minister gave an assurance to the people that he is there to take care of them
Children are not left out of this. Special care is taken for the kids for their treatment. With the help of TTD, the Sri Padmavati Children's Heart Centre (SPCHC) was set up in the temple town of Tirupati. On the lines of this hospital, other medical institutions would be set up in other cities so that medical services can be extended.