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18 more Aam Aadmi Clinics to come up in Ludhiana, count to touch 93

18 more Aam Aadmi Clinics  to come up in Ludhiana, count to touch 93

An Aam Aadmi Clinic set up at Subhani Building, which will be inaugurated soon. PHOTO: INDERJEET VERMA



Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, January 16

Ludhiana is all set to get 18 more Aam Aadmi Clinics (AACs). Presently, 75 clinics are operational in the city.

Location of new facilities

The new clinics will be opened at Subhani Building, Islam Ganj, Mullanpur, Samrala, Machhiwara, Khanna, Doraha, Maloud, Kaniya Hussaini, Sherpur Kalan, Hissowal, Baddowal, Sangowal, Nurpur, Ikolaha, Bilaspur, Sanhewal and Dhanansu.

The building and infrastructural works of these clinics have almost finished. The selection of doctors, pharmacists and clinic assistants has also been finalised.

These clinics will be giving 84 essential drugs and over 40 diagnostic services free of cost to people.

“The clinics are ready and staff has also been finalised. We are just waiting for the green light from the government. These clinics will go a long way in providing better healthcare facilities to people,” said Civil Surgeon Dr Jasbir Singh Aulakh.

A patient at an AAC said the benefit of these clinics was that doctor was available near their home and time was not wasted in going to the Civil Hospital or any other health centre.

The new clinics will come up at Subhani Building, Islam Ganj, Mullanpur, Samrala, Machhiwara, Khanna, Doraha, Maloud, Kaniya Hussaini, Sherpur Kalan, Hissowal, Baddowal, Sangowal, Nurpur, Ikolaha, Bilaspur, Sanhewal and Dhanansu.

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