Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar launched Insaf Medicine Cards under the Punjab Sehat Sahulat Programme to provide facilities to people suffering from various chronic diseases. The Health Card is the largest and most historic program in the country, providing quality healthcare to the weaker sections.
Chief Minister Usman Bazdar has launched a revolutionary program of Health Medicine Card for the people under which the people will get free medicines for the treatment of TB, Hepatitis, and AIDS.
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174,882 Insif Medicine Cards will be distributed to deserving patients for Hepatitis, AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB), and other diseases. Card patients will be provided with free medicine in hospitals. Prime Minister Imran Khan has provided health cards to improve the living standards of the poor, the Ehsas program, housing loans, and subsidies for construction.
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More than 70,000 TB patients will receive free medicine. The card will be issued after the completion of the diagnostic process. The Punjab government had decided to provide Insaf Sihat card facility to journalists, government employees, madrassa students, teachers, and others.
Prime Minister Imran has extended the scope of health care across the country under which a citizen has been given up to Rs. 720 lakh for free treatment. It will be launched in Azad Kashmir.
The Punjab government has decided to issue health cards to all the people of the province. It has been decided to include the citizens of the province in the Universal Health Program under which all the citizens and families at the grassroots level will be provided health care facilities. A budget of Rs. 65 billion has been allocated for this purpose. The process of issuing health cards will be completed.
By the end of this financial year, health cards will be provided to the entire population of the Seven districts of Punjab, while by December 2021, health cards will be provided to all the districts of Punjab. Providing Health Card will enable poor and deserving people to avail quality health services.