CMUSHS should reach maximum beneficiaries: Commissioner

Central Chronicle News
Korba, Aug 01: The Chief Minister Urban Slum Health Scheme, (CMUSHS) should reach maximum beneficiaries and the Mobile Medical Units, should remain in the reach of the common man said Municipal Commissioner Kuldeep Sharma. The Commissioner was chairing a review meeting here with health, revenue and district officials here in the main Administrative block.
Monitoring the Mukhyamantri Shahariya Slum Swasthya Yojana, (CM Urban Slum Health Scheme), the Commissioner instructed officials to set guidelines, of health inspection and advised health officials to cater to maximum number of patients through this scheme. He advised maximum registration of beneficiaries, including lactating, pregnant mothers, and school going children.
The Mobile Medical Units and Choice Centre team members should coordinate and remain available to the public from morning 10 to noon 01 for registration, he instructed apart from also maintaining a health chart model in every MMU, for visual education for people visiting the camp. He also instructed female health officials and coordinators in the MMU’s to give priority to pregnant and malnourished women, and treat patients according to health urgency and category.
Discussing the opening of school post pandemic from August 02, the Commissioner advised the MMU’s also to periodically visit the schools, to maintain COVID 19 protocol, and health check up of student present. Present in the meeting were Assistant Commissioner of Labour Rajesh Adilae, Nodal Officer AK Sharma, Aakash Agarwal, and other officials.

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