Screening of malaria, HIV, diabetes, anaemia,TB, leprosy, hypertension and eye disorders along with vaccination of infants and pregnant women
Free investigation, treatment and medicines provided to villagers in
1851 Haat-Bazars of the state
Medical teams of the Health Department have provided treatment to ten lakh three thousand six hundred seventy eight people in Chhattisgarh's forest areas and rural markets. Nine lakh five thousand four hundred seventy three patients who reached the 1851 Haat-Bazars clinics, running in the state under the Chief Minister's Haat-Bazar Clinic Scheme, have been provided free medicines after examination and treatment. Since the inception of the scheme by the Health Department, a total of 17 thousand 150 haat-bazaar clinics have been organized.
In addition to providing free treatment, medical counseling and medicines to the needy in the Haat-Bazar clinic, the mobile medical unit is also investigating malaria, HIV, diabetes, anemia, TB, leprosy, hypertension and eye disorders . Vaccination of infants and pregnant women is also being administered in these clinics. So far, 90 thousand 464 people have been tested for malaria under Mukhyamantri Haat-Bazar Clinic Scheme started in forest areas from April-2019 and in rural areas from 2 October 2019. Three thousand 821 patients found positive have also been treated in these clinics.
Under the scheme, four lakh 25 thousand 011 people have been tested for hypertension, diabetes of two lakh 99 thousand 011 people, anemia in 84 thousand 201 people and eye disorders of 23 thousand 584 people. Three thousand 619 people having TB (Tuberculosis), two thousand 869 people having leprosy and three thousand sixteen HIV tests having also been conducted in haat-bazar clinics. During this period 21 thousand 176 pregnant women have been screened and three thousand 720 babies have been vaccinated. 16 thousand 357 diarrhoea patients have also been treated in haat-bazar clinics. Till the 10th of February this year, Mukhyamantri Haat-Bazar Clinic Scheme has been launched in one thousand 851 Haat-Bazaars of the state and is constantly being expanded by the state government. Through these clinics, four lakh 14 thousand 908 in Dhamtari district, one lakh 984 in Balod, 78 thousand 579 in Rajnandgaon, 38 thousand 894 in Gariaband, 36 thousand 841 in Bilaspur, 30 thousand 753 in Dantewada, 27 thousand 795 in Jashpur, 23 thousand 597 in Kanker, 22 thousand 818 in Mahasamund, 22 thousand 571 in Raigarh, 20 thousand 559 in Balrampur-Ramanujganj, 20 thousand 412 people have been treated in Korea, 19 thousand 311 in Durg and 17 thousand 658 people in Kondagaon have been treated. Through Mobile Medical Unit, 17 thousand 577 in Kabirdham district, 15 thousand 768 in Surguja, 15 thousand 105 in Bijapur, 14 thousand 589 in Surajpur, 12 thousand 706 in Bastar, 12 thousand 554 in Korba, 11 thousand 522 in Sukma, Ten thousand sixty nine in Bemetra , five thousand 697 in Raipur, four thousand 415 in Mungeli, four thousand 266 in Janjgir-Champa, two thousand 814 in Balodabazar-Bhatapara and 916 people in Narayanpur district have been provided free medical care.