The CM Chandrashekar Rao directed the medical officers to start them from Monday in the wake of the medical
Chief Minister’s Office in Telangana on Saturday announced the opening of 19 new medical examination centers in the state. These new centers will start functioning from June 7 (Monday).
The CM Chandrashekar Rao directed the medical officers to start them from Monday in the wake of the medical officers bringing to his notice that the medical examination centers are ready for functioning as per the directions given by the CM Chandrashekar Rao earlier.
The medical examination centers are opening in Mahabubnagar, Nizamabad, Sangareddy, Medak, Janagam, Mulugu, Mahabubabad, Bhadradri Kottagudem, Jagittala, Siddipet, Nallagonda, Khammam, Sirisilla, Vikarabad, Nirmal, Karimnagar, Adilabad, Gadwala and Asifabad districts.
The aim of the government, as per the chief minister, is to make all types of medical services more accessible to provide better healthcare to the people of Telangana.
“In the wake of diseases like Corona, infrastructure has been improved in several other government hospitals, including primary health centers across the state,” the CM said.
“The government is taking another step in that direction by making medicine more accessible to the common man and shaping the health of Telangana. Establishing the most crucial diagnostic centers in medicine is a great context in the history of state medicine,” he added.
The diagnostic centers will conduct a total of 57 types of medical tests, including Corona tests, blood tests, urine tests, X-rays, biochemistry and pathology tests for BP, diabetes, heart disease, liver, kidney and thyroid.
The Chief Minister, who spoke to health officials today, inquired about the declining Coronavirus in the state. Regarding medical services, the CM discussed with the officers on various issues as well.