Union Health Minister J P Nadda on Sunday said the Centre is working on plans to replicate some health related schemes and programmes run by Gujarat government at pan-India level.
Nadda, who was in city on Sunday to inaugurate a new cardiac centre and pathology lab of a private hospital here, expressed satisfaction on the efforts undertaken by state government in providing health-care services to its people.
“During my visit here today, I saw a presentation about various programmes run by the state government in the health-care sector. I am satisfied to see that Gujarat government is taking up various programs to ensure that everyone get health-care services,” Nadda told reporters.
The minister said he held a detailed discussion with the officials about various health programs and schemes run by the state government which can be replicated across India. “Gujarat Government is doing a very good job in this sector. Central government is working towards replicating many such programs and schemes of Gujarat across India. My ministry is working in this direction,” he said.