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Free Treatment For Pregnant Women In BHU Varanasi By Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojana



Now it is the free treatment for pregnant women at Sir Sundarlal Hospital of Kashi Hindu University (BHU). Pregnant women will also get medicines for free with living and eating. Please tell that pregnant women will get the facility of free treatment under the Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojana (JSSK).

This scheme is being implemented from December. From the recruitment to the ward at the time of delivery, no money will be spent for the operation, living-food, and medicines. National Health Mission has given Rs 3.78 crore to the Sur Sunderlal Hospital for this scheme.

Chief Medical Superintendent of the hospital Prof. VN Mishra said that under the JSSK, the scheme of free treatment of pregnant women from the amount of 3.78 crores received from the government will be implemented from December 1 or 15. When the scheme starts, pregnant women or their families will not have to spend anything on the treatment. Not only this, but the cost of transport will also be given in the case of referring.

The work is going on fast on these days, opening of the 100-bed Maternal Child Health Center (MCHS) in about 4,000 square meters at AIIMS Sir Sundarlal Hospital campus of Purvanchal. This center costing 40 crores will be ready by the beginning of 2019.

With a special arrangement for safeguarding the health of mothers in the state-of-the-art facilities, the people of Bihar and Nepal with the Purvanchal will not have to wander in big cities for the treatment of neonates suffering from serious illness. Let me tell you that this center was laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in September last year.









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