Team of health authorities sees Balapur UPHC
Hyderabad: Taking a significant note on the record released by The Hans India on August 23 (Lack of personnel strikes public health programs tough) pertaining to the concerns being dealt with by the Asha Workers and also ANMs in carrying out government systems because of lack of personnel particularly in Balapur mandal, a group of authorities from Health Department on Wednesday went to the Urban Primary Health Centre Balapur and also analyzed the circumstance going round the space.
Assistant Director Department of Malaria and also Filaria Dr Nagayya, District Malaria Officer Rangareddy and also Dr Rakesh went to the UPHC and also evaluated the efficiency of the health care centre by checking the dengue situations being reported each day besides validating the documents being preserved at the center.
In a number of locations of incredibly poverty-stricken and also largely booming Jalpally district, inadequate individuals have no accessibility to public health centers like key health centres, dispensaries or Basti Dawakhanas unlike individuals in adjoining towns while Asha Workers and also ANMs are the only saviour that oversee, keep an eye on and also sore in between the expectant ladies and also the healthcare facilities situated outside the district.
Accompanied by Medical Officer Dr Sharada, both the authorities examined the documents being preserved and also checked over the solutions being given to the dengue and also jungle fever clients at the center. They additionally examined concerning situations being reported from Gandhinagar location and also the therapy being given to the impacted individuals.
The authorities additionally attempted to obtain straight dope concerning the anti-larvae drives to attend to insect hazard and also to jail the spread of seasonal conditions besides various other programs being presented to boost the health care system in the location. Further, they additionally explore the efficiency of the center and also the readiness of the personnel offering at the UPHC.