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Jomda County takes measures to ensure basic medical care for the masses

By Zhi Xinghua Source:China Tibet News 2018年12月20日 09:47

In recent years, Jomda County has continuously strengthened the construction of health infrastructure, increased the training of medical personnel, and promoted the continuous development of the county's health services, effectively reducing the burden of medical expenses of the masses.

Combining with the standardization construction work of village-level activity sites, more than 1.7 million yuan is invested in building (expanding) 44 village (neighborhood) clinics. At present, 95 villages (neighborhoods) are equipped with village-level clinics, and all clinics are equipped with commonly used drugs and village doctors, ensuring that villagers can get timely and effective treatment of common ailments.

All township health centers are equipped with operating rooms, heating projects, inspection rooms and other basic medical facilities to provide public services such as prevention, health care, rehabilitation and health education. Up to now, Jomda County has given more than 2,000 doses of vaccine to children aged 0-6 years old. Contracted doctors will go into the homes of patients with chronic diseases every month and carry out door-to-door diagnosis and treatment services.

96.4 million yuan is invested in completing the construction of the traditional Tibetan hospital, the center for disease control and prevention, the health service center, and the health center for women and children, as well as the renovation and expansion of the CDC and blood bank. General anesthesia machine, American GE16 spiral CT machine, ventilator, automatic biochemical instrument, microbiology room and other equipment are equipped for the People's Hospital of Jomda County. Eleven clinical departments of the People's Hospital have been established, and the number of nursing units has increased from three in the past to seven. Relying on the work of group medical assistance to Tibet, the number of professional medical personnel has increased from 71 to 125, the number of outpatient services has increased from 18,000 to 35,000, and the number of inpatient services has increased from 1,200 to 2,500 each year.

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