On the 5th of June, the Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao, gave a green signal to set up diagnostic centres in major government hospitals in 19 district.
The set up would be done by the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Government, and would be launched officially on the 7th of June, Monday. As per the CM orders, the government diagnostic centres would be set up in 19 district centres.
The districts, where these centres would be organised in Mahabubnagar, Nizamabad, Sangareddy, Medak, Janagam, Mulugu, Mahabubabad, Bhadradri Kottagudem, Jagittala, Siddipet, Nalgonda, Khammam, Sirisilla, Vikarabad, Nirmal, Karimnagar, Adilabad, Gadwala and Asifabad districts.
The government’s goal is to make all types of medical services more accessible to provide better healthcare to the people of Telangana.
At these centres, a total of 57 types of medical tests including the Wuhan virus (Novel Coronavirus) tests, blood test, urine test, including BP sugar, heart disease, blisters, liver, kidney, thyroid, such as X-ray biochemistry pathology tests would be conducted in the diagnostic centres.
The Telangana CM said that apart from the regular tests, the most rare and expensive special tests would be done completely free of cost and the reports would also be given out immediately.
In addition, it has been clarified that the reports would be provided in the form of messages through cell phone to the patients.
These government diagnostic centres would be the most efficient ones and reports too would be accurate and fastest. Physicians have revealed that each machine can deliver 400 to 800 reports per hour with the utmost accuracy. It is also known that 428 and 108 vehicles which are used to transport people to the hospital during emergencies are constantly running. The CM said that 300 vehicles have already been set up to provide medical care through the ‘Amma Odi’ scheme for pregnant women and children.
The labs would be functional from the 7th of June across 19 districts in Telangana.
Stay tuned for further updates.