Andhra makes one-year solution in country, tribal locations compulsory for PG medical professionals
Krishna Babu informed press reporters that concerning 400 trainees go after post-graduate clinical education and learning with the government assistance in the state every year under Category- A. “Initially, we wanted to make it compulsory for all post-graduates but now we have decided to restrict it to Category-A students only. This will ensure availability of adequate numbers of specialist doctors in rural and tribal areas,” the Principal Secretary claimed. He claimed 3,726 medical professionals and also experts were hired in the last 2 years, with experts obtaining an added 50% pay and also MBBS medical professionals 30%. “We are focused on improving health care services, particularly in rural and tribal areas. We will soon have one health hub in each district with specialist doctors,” he included.
Krishna Babu claimed 5 brand-new clinical universities at Eluru, Rajamahendravaram, Vizianagaram, Machilipatnam and also Nandyal would certainly begin operating in the state from the 2023-24 scholasticyear In all, the state government has actually occupied 16 brand-new clinical universities and also the equilibrium 11 would certainly begin operating from 2024-25 scholasticyear
Three (at Paderu, Machilipatnam and also Piduguralla) of the 16 brand-new clinical universities were being moneyed by theCentral government Three much more would certainly be occupied under the National Infrastructure Pipeline plan. The continuing to be 9 were being established with a finance fromNabard