Chandigarh/Kapurthala: Punjab’s Local Government Minister, Balkar Singh, acknowledged that below the management of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, the state authorities is attaining new milestones in offering free, high-quality healthcare providers to the folks. Through 664 Aam Aadmi Clinics, greater than 51 lakh folks have accessed healthcare amenities to date.

After inaugurating the Guru Nanak Patient Care Center on Kartarpur Road, through the inspection of the free medical check-up camp organized by the middle, Local Government Minister Balkar Singh emphasised the significance of contributions and help within the healthcare sector. He acknowledged that it considerably aids in providing important healthcare providers to the folks. Singh talked about that the Punjab authorities has launched Aam Aadmi clinics in each space of the state, offering 40 forms of exams and 80 forms of free medicines. Alongside the institution of Aam Aadmi clinics, the state authorities can also be upgrading the infrastructure and know-how of presidency hospitals in each massive and small cities to make sure high quality therapy for a lot of folks.

Singh talked about that six new Aam Aadmi clinics are being established in Kapurthala district, with 4 within the Bhalath sub-division, one in Phagwara, and one in Balerkhanpur village for the comfort of the residents. He defined that these clinics will present routine therapy and exams close to folks’s houses. Balkar Singh praised the free healthcare providers provided by the Guru Nanak Patient Care Center, acknowledging that the group’s efforts are proving helpful for the folks.

During this occasion, Guru Nanak Patient Care Center’s Managing Director Samuel Masih, Manager Gurdev Singh, and docs Dr. RPS Chhabra, Dr. Vaibhav Gandhi, Dr. Amanpreet Singh, and Dr. John Williams, together with different employees, have been current.

PUNJAB GOVERNMENT HAS ESTABLISHED NEW MILESTONES IN THE FIELD OF HEALTH SERVICES: LOCAL GOVERNMENT MINISTER

Says, More than 51 lakh folks have taken well being amenities from 664 Aam Aadmi clinics

6 extra Aam Aadmi clinics can be established in Kapurthala district

Inauguration of Guru Nanak Patient Care Center, Inspection of Free Medical Camp

Chandigarh/Kapurthala, September 16:

Punjab’s Local Government Minister, Balkar Singh, acknowledged that below the management of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, the state authorities is attaining new milestones in offering free, high-quality healthcare providers to the folks. Through 664 Aam Aadmi Clinics, greater than 51 lakh folks have accessed healthcare amenities to date.

After inaugurating the Guru Nanak Patient Care Center on Kartarpur Road, through the inspection of the free medical check-up camp organized by the middle, Local Government Minister Balkar Singh emphasised the significance of contributions and help within the healthcare sector. He acknowledged that it considerably aids in providing important healthcare providers to the folks. Singh talked about that the Punjab authorities has launched Aam Aadmi clinics in each space of the state, offering 40 forms of exams and 80 forms of free medicines. Alongside the institution of Aam Aadmi clinics, the state authorities can also be upgrading the infrastructure and know-how of presidency hospitals in each massive and small cities to make sure high quality therapy for a lot of folks.

Singh talked about that six new Aam Aadmi clinics are being established in Kapurthala district, with 4 within the Bhalath sub-division, one in Phagwara, and one in Balerkhanpur village for the comfort of the residents. He defined that these clinics will present routine therapy and exams close to folks’s houses. Balkar Singh praised the free healthcare providers provided by the Guru Nanak Patient Care Center, acknowledging that the group’s efforts are proving helpful for the folks.

During this occasion, Guru Nanak Patient Care Center’s Managing Director Samuel Masih, Manager Gurdev Singh, and docs Dr. RPS Chhabra, Dr. Vaibhav Gandhi, Dr. Amanpreet Singh, and Dr. John Williams, together with different employees, have been current.

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