Clinic business

Punjab CM Mann performs a surprise inspection at the upcoming Aam Aadmi Clinic

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann paid a surprise visit on Saturday to check on the progress of the upcoming Aam Aadmi Clinic in Mohali near here.

During the inspection, Mann, accompanied by Cabinet Minister Brahm Shankar and senior state government officials, reviewed the work being done at the clinic.

Expressing his satisfaction with the work in progress, Mann asked the officers to ensure that the work is completed within the stipulated time.

Later, while interacting with the media, the Chief Minister said in the first phase that 75 of these Aam Aadmi clinics will be dedicated to people on the 75th Independence Day to provide the best health services free of charge to the people of the country. ‘State.

He said each Aam Aadmi clinic will have a staff of four to five people, including an MBBS doctor, to diagnose and treat patients.

Mann said that 41 packages with about 100 clinical tests will be offered to people at these Aam Aadmi clinics free of charge, adding that his government will fulfill one of the main promises of the survey with the establishment of these clinics in both urban areas. and rural.

He envisioned that these clinics would be the cornerstone of the overhaul of the healthcare system in Punjab. Mann expressed the hope that 90% of patients will be treated at these clinics, thereby reducing the burden on hospitals.



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