The Uttar Pradesh government is all set to give Rs 3,000 crore to healthcare facilities, including free treatment up to 48 hours in case of emergency.
The Yogi Adityanath-led state government will fund this major transformation, and plans to improve the existing health care system, expand health infrastructure, and provide adequate health facilities to the needy. And is working step by step. The year
Through schemes like ‘One District, One Medical College’, the state government is trying to address the problem of geographical disparity in the healthcare sector by establishing a medical college in each of the 75 districts.
Now, Uttar Pradesh will be the first state to have a live emergency monitoring system. An integrated trauma and emergency center on the lines of a Covid command center will be set up to implement the scheme.
Once implemented, it will facilitate easy admission to hospitals, especially in emergencies. Ambulance services will be available on a call. Out of the proposed Rs 3,000 crore, Rs 1,614 crore will be spent for the development of basic health facilities over the next five years.
In addition, an average of Rs 550 crore will be spent every year to provide free treatment to trauma and non-trauma medicine patients. A total of Rs 300 crore will be spent on expanding the ambulance service, under which 750 ambulances with modern life support systems will be purchased.
Further, around Rs 165 crore will be earmarked for ambulance operations, salaries and staff training. Annual expenditure on operation and maintenance of call center, command center, software will be around Rs 125 crore.
According to Alok Kumar, Principal Secretary, Medical Education, “Plans are underway to implement the Live Emergency Monitoring System in the state in a phased manner. The first 48 hours are crucial to save lives. Hence, the Chief Minister has made the state I am committed to protecting every such life. It has been proposed that emergency care patients will be provided with free treatment for the first 48 hours.
He added: “The scheme will benefit patients who live alone, or have relatives with them, but for whom adequate funds are not readily available. The general public will also benefit. shall be.
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