As major portion of Indian population still lives in tier-3 and 4 cities, rural healthcare holds huge significance. Both the Central and State Governments are making all efforts to improve patient care in rural areas. Technologies and innovative practices are being leveraged to improve medical facilities at Primary Healthcare Centres (PHCs) and CHCs (Community Healthcare Centres).
In an endevour to improve care in rural areas, the Rajasthan Government has taken lots of measures. With the objective to provide accessible, affordable and quality care to local people, the Government established PHC in Sanwar near Udaipur, Rajasthan in 1959. It was started with six-bedded ward having one expert to provide medical care to local people. Later on the PHC was upgraded to CHC having better healthcare infrastructure in terms of experts and diagnostic equipment.
Here is the photo gallery which speaks volume about the State Government’s intent to bolster rural healthcare.[sp_wpcarousel id=”70920″]