SRINAGAR SEPTEMBER 27 – In order to boost ongoing Ayushmaan Bhav campaign, Director Health Services Kashmir (DHSK) today visited Pulwama and Shopian districts and took first hand appraisal of Ayushmaan Bhav campaign in these districts.
During the visit, the Director interacted with zonal medical officers, medical officers, paramedics and Asha workers. He stressed upon them to work with dedication and make this programme successful.
He asked the employees to reach out to each and every individual in every nook and corner so that no one is left out.
The Director called upon the officers that people shall be made aware about the services and schemes being provided by Government for the benefit of people.
The Director, during the visit, also chaired a review meeting of Chief Medical officers of concerned Districts, medical superintendents, block medical officers and DIOs of both districts.
He laid stress on all the health functionaries of the districts for optimal utilisation of all the services and concerned staff in order to achieve the target set under Ayushman Bhav.
The Director, while interacting with media, said that Aabha ID will help in keeping note of health record of each person. “People can use this card anywhere in India. Everything is becoming digital, so everyone must come forward for Aabha card and once this card becomes fully functional, we will start issuing appointments in hospitals through this card so as to get rid of long-standing issue of waiting in queues”, the Director said.
“People will get this card from the nearest health facility and take benefits of this facility,” he added.
Notably, the Ayushman Bhav campaign is a comprehensive nationwide healthcare initiative of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare that aims to provide saturation coverage of healthcare services, reaching every village and town in the country. This campaign is being implemented during the ‘Seva Pakhwada’ from September 17 to October 2, 2023.
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