Bengaluru: State Health Minister Dr. Sudhakar said that 24-hour service is already under implementation in the Primary Health Centres (PHC) of the state.
Responding to the question posed by Janata Dal (Secular) legislator Manjegowda about the “Namma Clinic” in the state during the Question Hour session of the Karnataka Legislative Council, he said, “We have upgraded about 100 PHCs to Community Health Centres (CHC). By this, 24-hour health service is made available. Currently, there are only 107 PHCs in the state. The PHCs will be made available as per the demography”.
“The dialysis cycle is also upgraded from 30,000 to 60,000. All the complaints received in relation to the healthcare are resolved on a timely basis”, he added.