In a significant step towards bolstering healthcare service, the Health Department Reasi, as part of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, organized extensive medical checkup camps in several panchayats of Reasi district. The camps were held in Harotekote, Matlote, Ghar Manoon, Bhagta, Nomain, and Hunder, with a primary focus on enhancing community health and wellness.
During the camps, the Health Department provided a range of services aimed at promoting preventive healthcare and addressing immediate medical needs. One of the key initiatives was the distribution of Golden Cards, providing people with access to essential healthcare services and facilities.
The Health Department extended its commitment to public health by distributing free medicines to the residents. This initiative is part of the ongoing efforts to ensure that healthcare remains accessible and affordable for all members of the community.
The medical checkup camps also included screenings for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) and Tuberculosis (TB). Early detection and intervention are crucial in managing these health conditions, and the screenings were conducted with the objective of identifying and addressing health concerns at an early stage.
The Health Department expressed gratitude for the active participation of the community and local authorities, emphasizing the collaborative effort required to achieve comprehensive healthcare goals. The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra serves as a testament to the government's dedication to creating a healthier and more resilient society.