‘Voluntary organisations should complement Govt’s efforts to strengthen healthcare’

A dedicated medical team is accompanying the mobile medical units to provide primary, preventive and curative medical facilities to the rural population at their doorsteps, it was informed.
‘Voluntary organisations should complement Govt’s efforts to strengthen healthcare’
The Lt Governor also inspected the Mobile Medical Units and enquired about the health services and facilities available for the people. Special arrangement

Srinagar: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Friday flagged off two Mobile Medical Units for UT of Jammu & Kashmir and UT of Ladakh.

This Clinic on Wheels facility, sponsored by SBI Foundation in collaboration with Borderless World Foundation will cater to 26 villages with comprehensive healthcare services.

Appreciating the initiative, the Lt Governor acknowledged the key role of voluntary organisations and stakeholders in complementing the government's efforts to strengthen healthcare services across J&K, particularly in rural and remote areas.

The Lt Governor also inspected the Mobile Medical Units and enquired about the health services and facilities available for the people.

A dedicated medical team is accompanying the mobile medical units to provide primary, preventive and curative medical facilities to the rural population at their doorsteps, it was informed.

Rakesh Aima, Regional Manager, SBI; Adv Narsingh Lagad, Trustee, Borderless World Foundation (BWF); Waleed Khalid, Advisory Board Member BWF and other team members of BWF were present on the occasion at Raj Bhavan.

Director Health Services Kashmir and Additional Commissioner Kashmir were also present.

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