Ratlam: A medical camp was organised here at district hospital on Tuesday under the Mukhyamantri Swasthya Seva Shivir (MSSS) and over 2000 patients from various parts of the district got them registered in the camp.
Doctors present at the camp, identified as many as 200 patients for advanced treatment. According to information, the patients will now get the treatment under Rajya Bimari Sahayta Nidhi (RMSN).
Earlier on the day, the camp was inaugurated by Ratlam city MLA and MP Planning Commission vice president Chetanya Kasyap and Congress leader and also an MP, Kantilal Bhuria.
Addressing the programme, Kashyap said that with the coming up of a new hospital building, medical facilities will get new boost and better arrangements for the medical help would be possible.
He said that under the RMSN, hundreds of patients have been identified and they will be rendered best possible treatment in the category of serious ailment.
Kasyap said that MSSS is the new concept of the MP Government to support the poor people by providing them best possible medical treatment free of cost which they cannot otherwise afford personally.
Speaking as chief guest MP Kantilal Bhuria said that such medical camps should also be organised at the block level and it must have one female doctor with the expert.
He advised that patients who are treated in the medical camp should get all medicines from the district hospital so that they are not burdened in any way. He also stressed the need of filling up the vacant posts of the doctors in the hospital. Mayor Dr Sunita Yarde also addressed the function.
District collector B Chandrashekhar said that in the year, as many 165 patients have been given benefits under the Rajya Bimari Sahayata Yojana. District panchayat president Pramesh Maida and Ratlam rural MLA Mathuralal Damar also addressed the occasion.
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