National health dignitaries visit health facilities in Kashmir

Srinagar:  Various delegations of National Health Dignitaries from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, comprising both National and State/UT level officers who are part of the Regional Summit of NHM, visited pre-identified healthcare facilities in the Kashmir Division today as part of the Regional Workshop for Northern States.
The visit aimed at assessing the healthcare delivery system in the Kashmir valley and studying the status of various schemes and programs being implemented in the region.
During their visit, the teams inspected several facilities, including JLNM Hospital Srinagar, District Hospital (DH) Ganderbal, Ayushman Bharat Health and Wellness Centre (AAM SC Koreg), SDH Pattan, Health and Wellness Center Ogmuna Kunzar, PHC Wuyan, SDH Bijbehara, PHC Gulmarg, and the Regional Institute of Trainings Dhobiwan. They conducted an in-depth evaluation of healthcare services and reviewed the processes involved in healthcare delivery.
The dignitaries were warmly welcomed by the Chief Medical Officers and Block Medical Officers of the respective facilities.

The dignitaries are in Srinagar for the 2nd National Level Regional Summit organized by the National Health Mission, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. As part of their visit, the delegates visited various pre-identified healthcare facilities across the Kashmir valley to gain a first-hand appraisal of the services being provided and the status of implementation of various national schemes.

The delegates conducted an in-depth analysis and gathered detailed insights into the healthcare facilities available to the people in rural areas of the valley. They expressed satisfaction and happiness with the healthcare delivery system and the services being provided to the local population.

The two-day Regional Summit of NHM commenced today in Srinagar, bringing together key stakeholders to discuss and improve healthcare delivery systems in the northern states.


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