Janjgir Champa : Mukhyamantri Shehri Slum Swasthya Yojana
Free treatment, medicine, and consultation from Mukhyamantri Shehri Slum Swasthya Yojana
So far 94 thousand 312 people of the district have been benefited from the scheme
Dilip expressed his gratitude to the Government of Chhattisgarh for providing free treatment and medicine
Janjgir Champa, TNINS
Chhattisgarh government's ambitious scheme, Mukhyamantri Shehri Slum Swasthya Yojana, provides free health care access to urban residents through mobile medical units. Collector Ms. Richa Prakash Chowdhary is continually directing the relevant officers and personnel to ensure that the largest number of beneficiaries benefit from the Mukhyamantri Shehri Slum Swasthya Yojana. The impoverished will benefit greatly from the implementation of this scheme. Under the concept, free health camps are established in several specified urban body places, and people are treated close to their homes. Doctors, paramedical teams, and mobile medical units equipped with medical equipment and medicines are providing health services to residents in the slums of the state's urban districts under the scheme. The initiative eliminates the need for ordinary people to visit hospitals by providing free health screenings, treatment, and medications close to their homes. This saves both people's time and money. Using this, 1099 camps have been set up in the district. So far, more than 94 thousand 3 hundred people have benefited from it. Aside from that, lab testing for more than 20 thousand 9 hundred people has been performed.
Beneficiary Dilip Kumar benefited from the program
Dilip Kumar Yadav, a local resident, went to the district's health camp near Ward No. 20 Girls Hostel for a check-up, he had a conversation with a doctor at the mobile medical unit about his health problems, and the doctor examined him and gave him syrup and tablets that gave him relief. After, receiving the benefits Dilip Yadav stated that if anyone in the house is ill, he goes to the mobile medical unit for a checkup, where he receives free health tests, treatment, and medicines. As, a result of this they have received relief from costly medical expenses and medications, expressing his gratitude towards the Chhattisgarh government for giving free medical consultation and medication through the doctor at MMU he thanked the government for introducing such a useful scheme. Similarly, Manoj Agrawal, a resident of Akaltara, Balram Patel, a resident of Baloda, and Bisahin Yadav, a resident of Janjgir, also expressed their gratitude to the Chhattisgarh government for providing no-cost medicines, lab tests, and treatment.