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JAMMU:  An interstate exposure visit of ASHAs and ASHA Supervisory cadre of J&K state was flagged off today to Panchkula in the State of Haryana by Dr. Yashpal Sharma, Mission Director, NHM, J&K in presence of Dr. Sanjay Turkey, Chief Medical Officer, Jammu, Dr. Narinder Bhatial, State Nodal Officer, Quality Assurance, NHM, J&K and Officers from State Health Society, NHM, J&K. The Exposure visit is being organized by the National Health Mission, J&K in collaboration with National Health Mission, Haryana.

A team of about 90 participants including ASHAs (Accredited Social Health Activists),  ASHA Facilitators, Block ASHA Coordinators, District ASHA Coordinators and  District Programme Management Units of J&K shall visit the State of Haryana, who are pioneer in ASHA Programme, to observe  various activities in the community processes like Village Health & Nutrition Days, functioning of Village Health Sanitation & Nutrition Committees, Home Based New born Care, Gram Sabha, functioning of Panchayati Raj Institutions and various other best practices. Further best innovations in the health care at grass root & community level will also be observed so that the same are replicated in our state for providing the best health care in the state. ASHAsshall also visit the villages where ASHAs have been given the status of SHO to monitor PC&PNDTto save the girl child in the State. 

With this Interstate Exposure Visit, ASHAs and ASHA Cadre shall be motivated to work with zeal & enthusiasm to work towards achieving standards of excellence regarding implementation of ASHA Programme in the stateso that the State remains one among the top rankers for its best practices and innovations in ASHA Programme. This Exposure Visit for ASHAs and ASHA supervisory cadre is second of its kind as during the previous year, the ASHAs and ASHA cadres were sent to the State of Chhattisgarh to observe the best practices being practiced in the State of Chhattisgarh. It is pertinent to mention that the unique institutionalization of ASHA Cadre of the J&K State has been awarded by Govt. of India and Govt. of Rajasthan as the best structure in the country.

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JAMMU: Mission Director, NHM Dr. Yashpal Sharma today flagged-off an inter-state exposure visit of ASHAs and ASHA Supervisory cadre to Panchkula, Haryana. A team of about 90 participants including ASHAs (Accredited Social Health Activists), ASHA Facilitators, Block ASHA Coordinators, District ASHA Coordinators and  District Programme Management Units of J&K shall visit the State of Haryana, who are pioneer in ASHA Programme, to observe  various activities in the community processes like Village Health & Nutrition Days, functioning of Village Health Sanitation & Nutrition Committees, Home Based New born Care, Gram Sabha, functioning of Panchayati Raj Institutions and various other best practices. Further best innovations in the health care at grass root & community level will also be observed so that the same are replicated in the state of J&K for providing the best healthcare. ASHAs shall also visit the villages where ASHAs have been given the status of SHO to monitor PC&PNDT to save the girl child in the State. 

This Exposure Visit for ASHAs and ASHA supervisory cadre is second of its kind as during the previous year, the ASHAs and ASHA cadres were sent to the State of Chhattisgarh to observe the best practices being practiced in the State of Chhattisgarh. Chief Medical Officer, Jammu Dr. Sanjay Turkey, State Nodal Officer, Quality Assurance, NHM, J&K Dr. Narinder Bhatial, and Officers from State Health Society, NHM, J&K were present on the ocassion. The Exposure visit is being organized by the National Health Mission, J&K in collaboration with National Health Mission, Haryana.

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KARGIL: On the direction of the Deputy Commissioner and CEO, LAHDC Kargil, the Additional Deputy Commissioner Kargil Imteeaz Kacho today visited  District Hospital Kargil and took stock of the healthcare facilities available to the patients. During the inspection, the ADC went round different wards of the hospital and took brief about health of the patients, besides inspecting different sections of the hospital, including outpatients ward, casualty block and other sections.

The ADC inquired from the patients about the quality of healthcare facilities being provided to them as well as the provision of medicines. The ADC while expressing satisfaction over the quality of treatment and different facilities being provided to the patients in the hospital stressed upon the doctors to work with missionary zeal and dedication in providing quality treatment to the patients.

He appreciated the dedicated efforts of the doctors to handle the patients and urged for maintaining the same spirit in future as well. During the inspection the ADC also inquired about the status of biometric attendance in the hospital and stressed upon the doctors and paramedical staff to remain punctual and regular in their duties so that the patients are provided timely treatment and healthcare facilities. The ADC also directed the medicos and paramedics to remain present in the hospital as per duty roaster and provide round the clock healthcare facilities to the people.