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Details of the Rs. 64,180 PM Aatmnirbhar Swasth Bharat Yojana investment

In addition to the National Health Mission, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman also unveiled the PM Aatmnirbhar Swasth Bharat Yojana.
Over the next six years, Rs. 64,180 crores will be invested in health infrastructure. This will increase the health system’s main, secondary, and third sherries’ capacity. 

In addition to planning to build new institutions to handle the identification and treatment of a new and growing disease, it will offer our 
country’s existing health systems additional power. 

A complement to the national health mission is the PM Swasth Bharat Yojana.

The following list includes the scheme’s key highlights:

  • Support of 11000 integrated public health care laboratories in the health and wellness sector and approximately 17000 rural labs throughout all districts 11 states’ 3382 block public health units
  • New hospital blocks for critical care in 602 districts
  • 12 new central institutions and 15 centers for medical emergency operations
  • Two portable hospitals
  • 9 labs with biosafety level 3

PM Swasth Bharat Scheme: What is it?

The government-sponsored PM Atmnirbhar Swasth Bharat Yojana intends to enhance the primary, secondary, and tertiary care health systems, establish new institutions, and cater to the early diagnosis and treatment of new and emerging illnesses in India.

This program aims to strengthen the National Center for Disease Control, its 5 regional branches, and its 20 metropolitan health surveillance units, support 17,788 rural and 11,024 urban Health & Wellness Centers, establish integrated public health labs in every district, and establish 9 Bio-Safety Level III laboratories and 4 regional National Institutes of Virology.

PM Swasth Bharat Yojana’s advantages

The following are the program’s main advantages:

  • By improving current national institutions and establishing new ones, the plan will aid in the detection and treatment of new and emerging illnesses.
  • The plan will improve the primary, secondary, and third tiers of the healthcare infrastructure across the board.
  • The program will benefit both urban and rural health and wellness facilities.
  • New Public Health Units will be allowed to open as a result of the plan in airports, seaports, and land borders.
  • Such initiatives would aid India’s preparation for the next pandemic similar to COVID-19.

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