In the quest to dispense quality health care services to the general public, the Government of Andhra Pradesh took the magnanimous decision to augment the number of beds in government hospitals across all the states. This decision comes at a time when the patients running pillar to post to get admission due to lack of sufficient beds.
As on Wednesday, the state’s COVID-19 tally crossed the 2.5 lakh marks with a death count 500. With the rising population and onset of seasonal diseases amid coronavirus infections, the government started the process of increasing bed strength from 30 to 50 beds in all 51 Community Health Centres (CHC) in the state to provide better facilities giving top priority to maternal care services.
With more beds in place, more doctors, staff nurses, lab technicians, and other staff will be deployed. Towards this end, the state government is ready to incur Rs. 250 crores for health infrastructure
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