Hyderabad: Telangana Health Minister T. Harish Rao on Wednesday announced the launch of free dialysis services to HIV / AIDS and hepatitis patients in the state. Dialysis centers will be set up in Hyderabad and Warangal.
The health department plans to set up five new dialysis centers in major hospitals such as Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, OGH and Gandhi Hospital to name a few of the city. It should be noted that the government already operates free dialysis centers in the aforementioned hospitals for patients with chronic kidney problems.
To expand the free dialysis service, Prime Minister K Chandrasekara Rao has ordered officials to include diseases such as HIV / AIDS.
According to a report by Telangana Today, Harish Rao chaired a meeting at Aarogyasri where he said: “Weak chronic kidney patients struggle a lot to raise funds to undergo regular dialysis. This is why the state government 43 established free dialysis facilities, which provide free dialysis facilities to 10,000 kidney patients across Telangana. ”
He added, “We will ensure that HIV / AIDS and hepatitis patients do not have to wait long at these dialysis facilities. Exclusive dialysis machines will be established for such patients. ”
Source: The Siasat Daily