In order to streamline the healthcare system in Jammu and Kashmir, the central government has given a lot of funds for raising the infrastructure. During the two covid wave’s central government has given funds for setting up oxygen plants and other healthcare systems across Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently LG Manoj Sinha said that the government is investing in healthcare and medical education so that all our citizens and youth have the best service and career options they deserve for a better tomorrow.
The J & K administration has radically reformed the healthcare services delivery model. In the last two years, it has acted swiftly to bridge the gaps at the district and sub-district levels and harmonized all services for speedy and effective care of the needy. People now have easy access to healthcare they need, when they need and where they need it. Systemic improvements have led to high quality health care clearly visible in key health status indicators and national rankings.
He noted that the Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna (AB-PMJAY) SEHAT is playing a key role in protecting, preserving, and promoting the health of the people and even the most vulnerable sections of society are witnessing improved well-being of their families. It is pertinent to mention that till date, approximately 80% out of the total eligible 25.72 lakhs families have been registered as per NFSA database with at least one family member verified under PM-JAY and AB-PMJAY-SEHAT Scheme to avail the benefits of the scheme. A total of 72.57 lakh beneficiaries have received the Golden Cards.