Uttar Pradesh will soon set up an urgent trauma care network

Uttar Pradesh will soon set up an emergency trauma care network in the state to help accident victims get timely treatment, a state government press release said.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had recently expressed serious concerns over the number of road accident fatalities in the state and announced a series of measures to prevent accidents including raising awareness of traffic rules, driving 24 hour patrols on highways as well as penalization. those involved in the management of unauthorized parking lots.

As part of the emergency trauma care network, the number of ALS (advanced life support) ambulances will be doubled as 3,000 primary health centers will be established while 33 level two trauma centers and 14 de level one will be made operational in five years. In addition, a mobile application will be created and a call center set up within the next two years, the press release said.

According to the data, as many as 21,227 people were killed in road accidents last year.

The statement further states that UP was the first state in the country to run the live emergency monitoring system. It receives 40,000 calls daily and renders its services to three lakh patients every year.

The government of Uttar Pradesh also plans to set up electronic hospital facilities in 33 medical colleges in the state over the next two years.

E-Hospitals would have an online patient portal for the delivery of citizen-centric services such as online appointment scheduling, access to online lab reports and patient availability status. blood.

“It is an open-source health information management system (HMIS) that is configurable and easily customizable with multi-tenant support,” it reads.

The state government also plans to establish 49 nursing and allied health schools each. “Up to six mega health parks will be created at the cost of 30,000 crores to promote the production of medicines, sanitary and surgical equipment to make the state self-reliant on the ground in the next five years,” the statement read.

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