Punjab govt to operationalise 10 Community Health centres in September

Chandigarh/July 14
Punjab government on Sunday announced to operationalise 10 World Class community health centres by September 2013 as construction work of all these centres is almost complete.
Punjab’s PWD minister Sharanjit Singh Dhillon said that community health centres were constructed according to the latest guidelines of World Health Organization keeping in view the changing requirements of health services centres.
“97 percent construction work of these health centres has been completed and by September 2013, these centres would be dedicated to the people of Punjab,” Dhillon said.
He said that these state-of-the-art buildings were on advanced stage of completion with a total cost of Rs 50.38 crores at Chowk Mehta in Amritsar district, Dhaliwal in Gurdaspur district, Bharatgarh in Roop Nagar district, Benewal and Harta Badla in Hoshiarpur district, Koom Kalan in Ludhiana district, Doodhan Sadhan in Patiala district, Lalru in Ajitgarh (Mohali), Khera in Fatehgarh Sahib district and Bareta in Mansa district.