The UP government is offering free treatment for 48 hours to patients in emergency care

Uttar Pradesh Government will offer free treatment for 48 hours to any person admitted to emergency care. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Sunday 3,000 crore will be spent by the government to provide free treatments. Of 3,000 crore proposed by the government, 1,614 will be spent to develop basic health care facilities in five years.

Also are on average 550 crores is spent each year treating trauma and non-trauma medicine patients for free.

The government said overall 300 crore will be spent on improving emergency services and 750 ambulances with advanced life support systems will be purchased.

More about 165 crore will be allocated to operate ambulances, pay and train staff. The annual expenses for the call center, command center, operation and maintenance of the software, etc. will be just under 100 euros 125 crore, the government informed.

According to the UP Chief Minister’s Office (CMO), the Adityanath government will continue to address geographic disparities in the healthcare sector by establishing medical colleges in each of the state’s 75 districts.

Uttar Pradesh will be the first state in India to have a live emergency monitoring system, the CMO office said. “Plans are planned to gradually implement a live emergency surveillance system in the state. The first 48 hours are very important in the life of any emergency patient. Therefore, according to the Chief Minister’s decision to protect every life in the state, it is proposed to treat the emergency care patients free of charge for the first 48 hours,” the government official said.

To implement this scheme, an integrated trauma and emergency center will be established, modeled on the Covid Command Center.

The state’s live emergency monitoring system will facilitate easy admission to hospitals, especially in the event of an emergency.

The UP government promised emergency services will be available with a single call.

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