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GUWAHATI, July 14 - The Assam government is committed towards providing quality health care to people and the Atal Amrit Abhiyan has been a major move in this direction, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Pijush Hazarika said this while inaugurating a mega health camp here today.

The free health camp was organised under the aegis of Atal Amrit Abhiyan at the Assam Engineering Institute playground.

The minister said that nearly 1.06 crore people of Assam have received health cards under this scheme till now and nearly 92 per cent of the population will be covered under the scheme within the next six months.

Hazarika laid emphasis on the fact that the scheme covers about 60 hospitals all over the country and about 4,600 patients from Assam have received quality health care since April 2018.

He also congratulated the ASHA workers present in the programme for their commitment and contribution to the health care sector.

The free health camp was organised to register patients for health cards under the scheme and providing free health check-up. The hospitals that participated in the camp included Artemis from Gurgaon; BM Birla Heart Research Centre, Peerless Hospital and Ruby General Hospital from Kolkata; and Excel Care Hospitals, GNRC Hospital, Hayat Hospital, and Narayana Super Speciality Hospital from Guwahati.

The programme was attended by Principal Secretary (Health & Family Welfare) Samir Kumar Sinha and Secretary Mukul Gogoi among other dignitaries. Dr Nivedita Borthakur, CEO, Atal Amrit Abhiyan Society, Government of Assam, delivered the welcome speech, while Jiten Gogoi, manager operations, Atal Amrit Abhiyan, delivered the vote of thanks.

The Atal Amrit Abhiyan provides comprehensive coverage and cashless treatment benefits up to Rs 2 lakh to every individual from BPL and low income households across Assam for the treatment of six commonly prevalent and high-cost disease groups - cardiovascular diseases, cancer, kidney diseases, neurological conditions, neonatal diseases and burns.

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�1.06 cr people from Assam have health cards under Atal Amrit Abhiyan�

GUWAHATI, July 14 - The Assam government is committed towards providing quality health care to people and the Atal Amrit Abhiyan has been a major move in this direction, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Pijush Hazarika said this while inaugurating a mega health camp here today.

The free health camp was organised under the aegis of Atal Amrit Abhiyan at the Assam Engineering Institute playground.

The minister said that nearly 1.06 crore people of Assam have received health cards under this scheme till now and nearly 92 per cent of the population will be covered under the scheme within the next six months.

Hazarika laid emphasis on the fact that the scheme covers about 60 hospitals all over the country and about 4,600 patients from Assam have received quality health care since April 2018.

He also congratulated the ASHA workers present in the programme for their commitment and contribution to the health care sector.

The free health camp was organised to register patients for health cards under the scheme and providing free health check-up. The hospitals that participated in the camp included Artemis from Gurgaon; BM Birla Heart Research Centre, Peerless Hospital and Ruby General Hospital from Kolkata; and Excel Care Hospitals, GNRC Hospital, Hayat Hospital, and Narayana Super Speciality Hospital from Guwahati.

The programme was attended by Principal Secretary (Health & Family Welfare) Samir Kumar Sinha and Secretary Mukul Gogoi among other dignitaries. Dr Nivedita Borthakur, CEO, Atal Amrit Abhiyan Society, Government of Assam, delivered the welcome speech, while Jiten Gogoi, manager operations, Atal Amrit Abhiyan, delivered the vote of thanks.

The Atal Amrit Abhiyan provides comprehensive coverage and cashless treatment benefits up to Rs 2 lakh to every individual from BPL and low income households across Assam for the treatment of six commonly prevalent and high-cost disease groups - cardiovascular diseases, cancer, kidney diseases, neurological conditions, neonatal diseases and burns.

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