As part of winter action plan, the Delhi government on Tuesday said it will set up mohalla clinics near four night shelters to provide health facility to its inhabitants.
Health Minister Satyendar Jain held a survey meeting with department officials where thought on setting up new mohalla clinics was additionally made.
A senior government official said that such wellbeing offices will come near four night protects so inhabitants could get wellbeing administrations in the winter season.
"These four facilities will come up in Yamuna Pusta, Jama Masjid range, Sarai Kalen Khan and Sakur Basti by November 25. Individuals living in these havens will be given wellbeing administrations by particular specialists," the authority said.
The Kejriwal government has a point of setting up 1,000 mohalla centers and out of them, 107 such wellbeing offices have come up in various territories of the national capital in this way.
"There were dissensions about foundation and wellbeing administrations at some mohalla centers and in perspective of this, the pastor has requested audit of the same at a few facilities," official said.
In the survey meeting, the Health Minister was educated that 14.78 lakh patients were given therapeutic treatment at 107 mohalla facilities other than almost 67,000 lab tests.
According to the gauge, 147 individuals get therapeutic treatment on a normal consistently.
Government has additionally plan to set up mohalla centers in the city's business center points including Nehru Place, Bhikaji Cama Place, and Subhash Place so as to give therapeutic office to average workers there.
Government has distinguished 300 schools where such facilities will be set up for giving therapeutic administration to understudies close to their study places.