Fewer dispensaries, lack of awareness ail Mumbai’s primary health care system – Hindustan Times

The concept of the polyclinics, which will be identified as ‘Hinduhridayasamrat Balasaheb Thackeray Health Centres’, was announced in the civic budget presented in March. <source media="(max-width:767px)" srcset="https://images.hindustantimes.com/img/2022/05/09/400×225/7f71482e-cf94-11ec-8c3e-83475041d003_1652114843327.jpg" alt="The initial plan is to have 100 polyclinics and the civic body has made a provision of ₹250 crore for the capital expenditure and ₹150 crore for the revenue expenditure on this project that aims to boost the city’s healthcare at the primary level (AP)” title=”The initial plan is to have 100 polyclinics and the civic body has made a provision of ₹250 crore for the capital expenditure and ₹150 crore for the revenue expenditure on this project that aims to boost the city’s healthcare at the primary level (AP)”> <img src="https://images.hindustantimes.com/img/2022/05/09/550×309/7f71482e-cf94-11ec-8c3e-83475041d003_1652114843327.jpg" alt="The initial plan is to have 100 polyclinics and the civic body has made a provision of ₹250 crore for the capital expenditure and ₹150 crore for the revenue expenditure on this project that aims to boost the city’s healthcare at the primary level (AP)” title=”The initial plan is to have 100 polyclinics and the civic body has made a provision of ₹250 crore for the capital expenditure and ₹150 crore for the revenue expenditure on this project that

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