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Pawar takes stock of medical facilities for Yatra

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Inaugurates additional 20 bedded facility at Civil Hospital Pahalgam

Pahalgam: The Union Minister of State (MoS) for Health and Family Welfare (H&FW), Dr. Bharati Pravin Pawar on Wednesday inaugurated an additional 20 bedded facility at Civil Hospital Pahalgam.
The MoS took a stock of medical facilities put in place for holy Amarnath Yatra 2022 besides other arrangements.
During the inauguration of the hospital, the minister said the additional 20 bedded facility will help to decongest the nearby hospitals besides it will provide relief to the patients as well as yatris.
She asked the officers to keep the required number of doctors available at the hospital besides other facilities and equipment should also be made available for the better health facilities for the public.
She also reviewed the Amarnath Yatra arrangements including the setting of base hospitals for the ensuing Amarnath Yatra 2022 scheduled from the end of this month.
The minister expressed satisfaction over the arrangements being made for the yatra and stressed that no stone should be left unturned for providing better facilities to holy yatris.
During the meeting, she informed that all the arrangements were in place and up-gradation of facilities have been made this year besides the routine facilities which used to be available en route the yatra have been established.
The Director informed the MoS that this year two DRDO hospitals are being made operational for yatris so that they don’t face any kind of problem besides a good number of doctors and paramedics within and outside the UT will be put into service for the yatra.
It was also informed that 24*7 control room has been established by the Directorate of Health Services Kashmir.
The director also informed the MoS that the DHSK has trained 300 doctors and paramedical staff at the Regional Institute of Health &Family Welfare (RIHFW), Dhobiwan under the ‘Training of Trainers’ program in High Altitude.
It was also informed that the directorate will deploy a good number of health care workers for Yatra duties in order to provide the best medical services to the devotees at make-shift hospitals.

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