Special efforts will be made for hospital cleaning, blood donation, and organ donation under Seva Pakhwada. Additional Deputy Commissioner Patiala, September 13:
The Ayushman Bhav campaign, which is run by the Ministry of Health, Government of India, to provide quality health services to the people at the grassroots level from September 17 to October 2, was launched by the President of India, Mrs. Draupadi Murmu, through an online program. The online launch program at the district level was witnessed by Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Anupreeta Johal and Civil Surgeon Dr. Raminder Kaur in the conference hall of Government Mata Kushalya Hospital.
After which, Additional Deputy Commissioner Mrs. Anupreeta Johal and Civil Surgeon Dr. Raminder Kaur launched this program at the district level. On this occasion, they were accompanied by District Development and Panchayat Officer Amandeep Kaur, District Program Officer Naresh Kumar, and Group Health Program Officer Civil Office. Surgeon, Senior Medical Officer, Mata Kushalia Hospital, Dr. Vikas Goyal, Mass Media Officer, Nikshe Mitra, and other officials were also present. After the launch of this program at the district level, Additional Deputy Commissioner Anupreeta Johal said that this campaign will be started at the ground level on September 17 by the Punjab Government Health Department. They should make efforts to support the supporting departments for successful implementation of the campaign by giving full support to the District Development and Panchayat Officers through all BDPOs and Panchayats and to the District Program Officer through CDPOs and Anganwadi workers. He said that under this program, Ayushman cards and Abha IDs will be created for the eligible beneficiaries with diabetes, high blood pressure, and T.B. Special attention will be given to diseases so that the maximum number of people can be made aware of them. Civil Surgeon Dr. Raminder Kaur said that Ayushman cards will be distributed to the eligible beneficiaries under Ayushman Apk Door 3.0, which will be launched on September 17, and Abha cards will also be created. will be organized in which people will be made aware of health schemes along with checkups for non-communicable diseases.
Apart from this, medical camps will also be organized in community health centers with the support of specialist doctors from Medical College Patiala on October 2 at Ayushman Sabhas village and Similarly, blood donation camps will be organized from September 17 to October 2 with the help of various social service organizations and the Red Cross Society. During this process, people will be motivated to donate organs, and they will be given an oath. Will go. On this occasion, at the end of the program, T. B. Nikshe Mitra, President of the Social Welfare Society Vijay Goyal, Reman Sharma of the Red Cross Society Patiala, Lakhwinder Singh of Helpage, Senior Medical Officer Dr. Gurpreet Nagra, Pharmacy Officer Rajdeep Kaur, and Rasmi Sharma were honored with certificates, and all the participants were given an oath to donate organs. Abha IDV was generated from the patients in the OPD complex of the hospital.
Photo Caption: 1. Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development) Ms. Anupreeta Johal and Civil Surgeon Dr. Raminder Kaur Nikshe Mitra were felicitated with certificates.
Taking oath regarding organ donation at the online launch of “Ayushman Bhav”.