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Healthcare Services in Odisha

With the growing population there is a always need for increasing the healthcare services to tackle the arising need of the citizens. Thankfully Odisha has successfully catered to the growing healthcare needs of the citizens with a clear health policy and well laid infrastructural arrangements. There are continuous steps that are being taken to improve the health care facilities in Odisha. Decrease in mortality and morbidity rate in Odisha indicates the significant improvement in the field of healthcare services.

Healthcare Infrastructure of Odisha

Healthcare Infrastructure of Odisha

Healthcare Infrastructure of OdishaIn Eastern India Odisha is a blooming destination for medical facilities. Number of private hospitals, pathological labs, large numbers of high standard nursing homes, clinics, diagnostic centres, are started throughout Odisha. Odisha serves the health care facilities not only to its own people, but a number of people from neighboring states visit Odisha every day for their ailment. The Public Health department is asked to make all necessary water and sanitation connection plan for health institutions. Decisions have been taken for complete construction of all PHC buildings, completion of upgradation of all sub-center buildings by 2017, establishment of high-end critical care units like New Born Stabilization Unit (NBSU), establishment of clean and proper nutrition care facility , New Born Care Corner ( NBCC) at all delivery-point hospitals, Sick Newborn Care Unit (SNCU), construction of accommodation for health staff and Nutrition Rehabilitation Centers (NRC). Other improvements plans include construction of drug warehouses, construction and upgradation of Auxiliary Nurse & Midwifery Training Center (ANMC), strengthening of vaccine centers at district and sub-divisional hospitals, provision for round the clock piped water supply and dedicated electricity in hospitals, General Nurse & Midwifery Training Center (GNMTC).Rigorous efforts are being made to provide basic health care facilities to all the sectors of the socity including rich and poor.

Department of Health and Family Welfare

Odisha has seen a great success in infrastructural development of health care services. A number of initiatives have been started by the health department of Odisha, which has risen the quality of health services in Odisha in recent times. The Policy and Strategic Planning Unit (PSPU) has been started to deal with health financing. Some of the programs started by the Department of Health and Family Welfare include multi disease surveillance system, the Infant Mortality Rate Reduction Mission; streamlining drug procurement, the PanchabyadhiChikitsa Scheme which include total risk coverage for five major communicable diseases; distribution and rational use of drugs, mandatory pre post graduate placement of doctors to serve in difficult areas and establishment of district cadres for paramedical staff. The efforts of the department has resulted in a positive growth in many of these programs. At District level major concern has been given to improved mobility assistance for field staff, community participation, , maintenance of built assets and equipment, support to training and health education systems and use of low cost construction for primary health centres and sub-centres. All this have resulted in better heath care and health care personnel’s in Odisha.

Department of Health & Family Welfare
Government of Odisha, Bhubaneswar
FAX :(0674) 2390674
Email : orhealth@nic.in
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Objectives of Health Department

  • To ensure adequate, preventive, qualitative & curative health care to people of the State.
  • To impart timebound health care services to all including the disadvantaged sections of society including scheduled tribes, scheduled castes & back ward classes.
  • To provide affordable and quality healthcare to the people of the State through allopathic, homeopathic & ayurvedic systems of medicine.
  • To ensure greater access to primary health care by bringing medical institutions as close to the people as possible or through mobile medical health units, particularly, in the underserved & backward districts.
  • To improve health care in the KBK districts of the State
  • To eliminate diseases like leprosy and polio from the state & prevent as well as control other communicable diseases
  • To reduce maternal, infant & neo-natal mortality rates
  • To guarantee to the people of Orissa free treatment( including free medicines) for certain major communicable diseases
  • To improve hospital services at the primary, secondary & tertiary levels in terms of infrastructure, drugs & personnel
  • To impart training to doctors, nurses & other paramedical staff to upgrade their skills & knowledge to improve quality health care in the state and improve medical education in the State.

Health Schemes Launched by Odisha Government

Proper health infrastructure is the necessary condition for a good health outcome but it is of no use until efficient utilization of the available infrastructure. The people of Odisha are simple and their per capita income is low and hence they are not able to utilize high end health care facilities and hence affordable healthcare services are highly required. Since independence there are many efforts that have been taken to improve health infrastructure of Odisha the result has been fair enough in developing and maintaining a standard but still not up to the mark. For providing good medical services to the people of Odisha, medical education needs to be imparted and has become a foremost priority. Currently there are 158 Community Health Clinics, 157 Block Private Health Clinics, 1167 New PHC , 80 Mobile Health Units, 115 Area Hospitals, and 5927 Sub centers along with 519 Ayurvedic, 462 Homeopathy and 9 Unani dispensaries in Odisha. Also there are following functional hospitals in Odisha total 32 District Hospitals, 21 Sub-divisional Hospitals and 10 Special Hospitals.

In some districts of Odisha a mobile health care facility named 'Smile on Wheels’ have been started where a doctor, a nurse and a technician is made available to the patients in a mobile van. This majorly help people in remote areas. Initially it started in Garadpur and Marshaghai Blocks of Kendrapara District and Nischintakoili Block of Cuttack District. It helped around 87000 people from 102 villages. Services offered by 'Smile on Wheels' include minor surgery, OPD - curative services (common ailments), dressing of wounds, identification of difficult pregnancy, ante-natal/post-natal services, BP examination, referral for institutional care, immunization and basic pathological services.
Keeping in mind the condition of Odisha and health requirement of the people, Government medical colleges have been started having good infrastructure and specialized in treatments for various diseases. For rural areas Primary Health Centres, Sub-Primary Health Centres are started to take care of the patients. Recently a number of specialized hospitals have opened their branches in Odisha.

Navajyoti

A health scheme initiated to improve Maternal and Child care to lessen morbidity and mortality among new borns. This scheme is an outcome of the initiative of Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Orissa with active cooperation of UNICEF. It is started with a motive of reduction of Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) in the state of Odisha. The impact of Navajyoti scheme is very well visible from the data that have been IMR from 98/1000 live births in 1998 to 87/1000 live births in 2002. But after all these efforts the worrying factor is that still the infant mortality rate is highest of Odisha.
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Infant Mortality Rate Mission

Infant Mortality Rate of Orissa is a major cause of concern in Odisha. The worrying part is that 60 % Infant deaths takes place during neonatal period (first four weeks of life). Respiratory infections, pre-maturity, diarrhea and malnutrition, low birth weight are cited amongst the he main reasons for the menace. Further it has been noticed that infant mortality is higher in lower strata of society and severly affcts the backward tribal districts of Orissa compared to the urban regions. A lot many steps have been taken to reduce MMR and IMR, yet the decline has been marginal. It was in 2001 that the government decided to launch Infant Mortality Rate Mission to decrease the infant mortality rate. To attain this motive, it was decided to strengthen the ongoing programs to get deliver less Infant mortality and to start New interventions to reduce neonatal deaths. A lot many steps have been taken to reduce MMR and IMR in Odisha.
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National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)

Health Schemes in OdishaOdisha is also benefitting from National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) which was launched on 12th April 2005 by the then Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh in New Delhi. On 17th June 2005 Chief Minister, Sri. Naveen Patnaik and Union Health Minister, Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss launched the National Rural Health Mission in Orissa. The main motive of this program is to provide effective healthcare services to rural and urban population in the entire state of Odisha. The main focus is on the backward districts.The main Objectives of National Rural Health Mission is reduce child and maternal mortality rate, universal access to sanitation and hygiene, food, nutrition and public health care services. It also lay emphasis on women’s and children’s Health and universal immunisation and takes steps for the prevention and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases. It ensure everyone in Odisha irrespective if his/her background gets access to primary Health care. NRHM also take required steps for Population stabilisation, gender and demographic balance. Revitalize local Health traditions and AYUSH. It promotes Healthy life styles among masses.
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Reproductive Child Health

Reproductive Child Health Scheme aims at achieving better and equitable utilization of services. This will ensure that no one is denied services due to inability to pay. It further wanted to improve areas for the benefits of the underprivileged section of society. The scheme focuses on to provide equitable, efficient and safe immunization services to all infants and pregnant women, global eradication of Polio, Diphtheria, Neonatal Tetanus and Pertussis.The program aimed at research on cost effective prevention strategies, prevention, training of medical professionals, care and support, and community key stakeholders.
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Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP)

The project aimed to collect the information from the various sources including government, NGO sector, medical colleges about high-priority diseases and risk factors. The objectives is to have a system of surveillance for both non-communicable and communicable diseases. This will help in improving the efficiency of the existing surveillance activities of disease control programs and facilitate sharing of relevant information with the Health administration, community and other stakeholders so as to detect disease trends over time and evaluate control strategies.

National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP)
Medical services in Odisha
Vector Borne Diseases like Malaria and Filaria are considered as additional reasons for high morbidity and mortality in the state. These diseases affects lower socio-economic groups of the population more compared to middle class. Children, young adults mostly pregnant women are the most vulnerable groups affected by these diseases. Dengue and Chikungunya have recently spread their wings and continue to be health hazard for the society. To accelerate anti-malaria activities Out of 30 districts of Odisha, 13 are given financial support from World Bank and 16 districts from GoI and state govt.The main Objectives of this scheme is to reduce mortality on account of malaria and other Vector Borne Disease.
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Iodine Deficiency Disorder Control Programme (IDDCP)

The National Iodine Deficiency Disorders Control Programme (NIDDCP) started in Odisha in Dec'1989 m is valid till March 2015. It aims to give relief to all those suffering from Iodine deficiency which is a root causes of goitre ans many other physical and mental disorder like dwarf, stillbirths, Cretin, abortion, squint, and impaired mental functions.The main Objectives of Iodine Deficiency Disorder Control Programme is to prevent Iodine Deficiency Disorders and to conduct the I.D.D Surveillance.
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Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program (RNTCP)

The objective of Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) is to provide free
and domiciliary treatment to the patients detected through “Universal Access” under passive
case finding method. Directly Observed Treatment Short Course Chemotherapy (DOTS) is the
strategy of RNTCP.
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National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB)

Hospitals in OdishaNational programme for control of blindness was launched in the year 1976 to reduce the blindness from 1.4% to 0.3%. Odisha just like other six states got assistance from the World Bank. The main objective of the program was to bring light on the life of those affected by blindness. According to survey nearly 12 million people, mostly hailing from rural areas are blind. The main aim pf the program is to bring down the rate of blindness because about 80 to 90 percent of blindness is either curable or preventable. It further aims to bring down the prevalence rate of cataract blindness and also to develop institutional capacity for eye care services by providing support for equipment, material and training personnel.
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National Leprosy Elimination Programme (NLEP)

NLEP was implemented in Odisha in 1983 with support of GOI and Internation Federation of Anti Leprosy organisation(ILEP). During same year Multi Drug therapy for treatment of leprosy was started at some centers of Odisha . This scheme resulted in a successful decline of leprosy from 121.4/10000 population to 0.85/10000 population in 31-03-2011. Odisha has acheived leprosy elimnation objective at state level .
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National Nutrition Mission

The pilot project National Nutrition Mission (NNM) was launched in Koraput and Kalahandi districts of Odisha. According to this scheme every Adolescent Girls whose body weight is less than 35 K.Gs and the pregnant and lactating mothers with body weight is less than 40 K.Gs is to be given 6 K.Gs of Rice free of cost. Thousands of Adolescent Girls and the pregnant and lactating mothers has been benefitted under this scheme. The project NNM has been renamed as Nutrition Programme for Adolescent Girls (NPAG) in the year 2004-05.

Kishori Shakti Yojana

Kishori Shakti Yojana (KSY) was launched in 2000-01 as part of the ICD Scheme. Kishori Shakti Yojana is implemented through Anganwadi Centres in both rural and urban areas. The objectives of the Scheme are to improve the Health status of girls between age of 11-18 years, to provide the required literacy and numeracy skills, to promote awareness about Health, hygiene, nutrition.

Janani Express

To make available transportation round the clock for pregnant women, National Rural Health Mission, Health & Family Welfare Department, Government of Orissa has launched “Janani Express”. All the expectant mothers gets transportation facility to health centres and hospitals for delivery. It support women to deal emergencies during pre and post-delivery periods. The scheme is initiated in 124 blocks with delivery load more than 50 for a month. Besides pregnant women, sick infants are also provided transportation service. The transportation facilities is available at government hospitals, community health centres, primary health centres and other such place. These vans are equipped with necessary facilities for carrying the expectant mothers to the health institutions. It is expected that both infant and maternal mortality rates to be reduced in the State.

Odisha State Treatment Fund

The Odisha State Treatment Fund started with a motive of providing financial assistance to the poor is aimed at helping those suffering from life threatening diseases and ailments. The financial assistance is directly passed on to Medical Institutions in which treatment has been/is being given to the patients. “Odisha State Treatment Fund Society” manages the fund allotted for the same. The Society is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860.The assistance can be availed in all State Government Hospitals including the three Govt. Medical College & Hospitals, SVPPGIP (SishuBhawan), Cuttack and AHRCC, Cuttack. There are also a few private hospitals that are listed under this society. The eligibility criteria for availing Odisha State Treatment Fund are:

People below the poverty line, with annual family income not exceeding Rs.40,000/- in rural area and Rs.60,000/- in urban areas are eligible to avail this fund. RSBY card holder can also avail this scheme.
An unknown accident victim or patients from registered destitute home / orphanage / mental asylum / child care.

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Hospitals in Odisha

There are a number of hospitals in Odisha. Some of the famous hospitals have identified Odisha as a potential area for bringing up their health care. Odisha hospitals are not only a treatment ground for the people of Odisha, but a number of people from neighboring states. The only drawback is that the hospitals are located in urban area and many people from backward regions are devoid of the facilities of these hospitals. There are many multi-specialty hospitals in Odisha. The hospitals are acquainted with all the technical and advanced technology for the correct treatment of the diseases. Some of the famous hospitals are listed below.

MKCG Medical College and Hospital

Established in 1962 Maharaja Krushna Chandra Gajapati Medical College is a fully equipped staff, library, museum, equipments etc. aim for its excellence in teaching, training, research and service.
With numerous departments like Department of Community Medicine, Department of Community Medicine, Epidemiology Unit (Immunization Clinic & Anti-Rabies Clinic) it is serving well the purposes in the region. Students of paramedical sciences like Pharmacy, Nursing, Laboratory Technology, Radiation Technology etc. are also trained in different wings.

MKCG Hospital
Address: Berhampur, Ganjam , Orissa.
Tel : 0680 – 2292746, Fax : 0680 – 2292809
E-mail : mkcgmc.bam@gmail.com
Website: http://mkcgmch.org/aboutus.php

Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Rourkela

Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital in Rourkela is another contributor in the health infrastructure of the region. It imparts medical training as well as nursing facilities in the state. The 400 bed hospital with , 20 intensive care beds, 24hrs with high-tech trauma care facility offers free medical assistance to poor and needy. Rural and urban health training centers are established to impart field-practice training. HMCHR provides the quality education and training to its students and intern. The training is provided by well trained and expert faculty. The institute has a huge library and good internet connectivity. HMCHR has a planned and aesthetically designed structure school of nursing, consisting of hospital, medical college, recreation facilities. The team of doctors and nurses here are very efficient, experienced and trained.

Address: Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Rourkela
Near Hanuman Vatika, R.G.H Campus, Rourkela – 769004
Phone Number: +91-661 -2400751, +91-661-2400524
Email: vbctmchrourkela@yahoo.com
Website: www.hi-techmedicalrkl.org

Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences

Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) under KIIT University offers MBBS and MD degree and is managed by experienced and dedicated team of professors, clinicians and scientists. This institute focuses on providing safe, accessible, ethical & research medical service.Focusing on the socially backward and poor people the institute provides treatment at an affordable price with all modern support facilities.It provide high standard of care & treatment. Also patient safety and satisfaction is given due priority.

Address : Kushabhadra Campus (KIIT Campus-5) Patia, Bhubaneswar – 751024, Odisha, India
Reception Tel. – 0674 – 2725472 / 2725092,
Ambulance / Casualty – 0674 – 2725228,
E-mail – info@kims.ac.in
Website: www.kims.ac.in

Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS) and Sum Hospital

The Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS) and Sum Hospital provides undergraduate courses in medicine and dentistry, and postgraduate courses in non-clinical departments. It also provides post-graduation in clinical subjects like surgery and anesthesia. It is equipped with modern facilities and equipment, and provide speciality services, including cardiology, neurology, nephrology, plastic surgery and neo-natalogy. Plans are on cards to expand the capacity from 750 beds to 1200. It has 50-bed intensive care unit will be expanded to 75, the largest such unit in Odisha.

Address: K-8, Kalinga Nagar, Bhubaneswar - 751003
Phone: 0674-2386281, 6606200 EXT: 9
TeleFax:0674-2386223,0674-2386247, 0674-2386293
Email: sumhospital@soauniversity.ac.in
Website: http://ims.ac.in/

Other Important Hospitals in Odisha


Kalinga Hospital
Address : Nalco Chhak,Chandrasekharpur, Bhubaneswar
Phone Number: 0674-2300570
Website: Kalinga Hospital

Padma Hospital
Address : 210/1320 Laxmi Sagar, Netaji Subhas Nagar, Bhubaneswar
Phone Number: 0674-2571386

Apex Hospital
Address : 189/431,Baramunda, Bhubaneswar
Phone Number : 0674-2562007

Ayurvedic Hospital
Address : Nageswar Tangi, Bhubaneswar
Phone Number: 0674-2432347

Capital Hospital
Address : Unit-6, Bhubaneswar
Phone Number : 0674-2401983, 2400688

CDR Hospital
Address : F-4 Oil Odisha (Orissa) Comp, Nyp, Bhubaneswar
Phone Number : 0674-2420543

ESI Dispensary
Address : C.S.Pur, Bhubaneswar
Phone Number: 0674-2412093

Vivekanand Medical Mission Ltd.
Address : A 54/1, Fire Station Square,
Baramunda, Bhubaneswar -751003
Odisha.
Phone Number: 0674-256 5357, 2561402, 2561403
Mobile: 09090099402, 09090099403
Website: www.vivekanandhospital.com
Email: vivekanandhospital.bbsr@gmail.com

Swarna Hospital Private Limited.
Address: Jaydev Vihar, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India – 751 015.
Phone Number: 91-92 38 038020.
E-mail: md@swarnahospital.com.
Website: www.swarnahospital.com.

Susruta Hospital
Address : Samanta Sahi, Canal Road
Cuttack, Orissa
Phone Number : 0671-2432266 / 2432277

Surendra Hospital
Address : Mishrapara Angul, Orissa
Phone Number : 06764-236244
Fax : 06764-237344

Kanungo Institute of Diabetes Specialities Pvt. Ltd.
Address : Plot No – 1120, Dumduma, Bhubaneswar – 751019, Odisha, India.
Phone Number: +91-674-2471300, +91-674-2471301, +91-674-2471302,
Ambulance: +91-674-2470444,
Help Line No: +91 9238023800
Fax : +91-674-2471299,
Email : kanungokids@gmail.com, kidsbbsr@gmail.com,
Web : kanungodiabetes.com

Ashwini Hospital,
Address : Sector -1, CDA, Cuttack – 753014, India.
Reception & Enquiry: 91-671-2363007 / 008 / 009.
Facsimile: 91-671-2363010.
E-mail: contact@ashwinitrauma.com
Website: www.ashwinitrauma.com

Vesaj Patel Hospital and Research Centre
Address : H-4, Civil Township, Rourkela
Sundargarh, Orissa
Phone Number : 0661-2401799

Venkataramana Nursing Home
Address : Prem Nagar, 4th Lane, Berhmapur
Ganjam, Orissa

Utkal Polyclinic and Nursing Home
Address : 37, Ekamra Marg, Near: Capital Hospital, Unit = 6
Khordha
Orissa
Phone Number: 0674-259 5894
Fax : 0674-243 5998

Sun Hospital Pvt Ltd - Cuttack
Address : Shree Vihar Colony, Kanika Chhack , Tulsipur, Cuttack
Cuttack, Orissa
Phone Number : 03473-2121378
Website : www.sunhospitals.com
E-Mail : info@sunhospitals.com

Apollo Hospitals
Address : Plot No. 251, Old Sainik School Road,
Bhubaneswar - 750015
Phone Number : +91-674-6660413 / 2301819
Phone Number : +91-674-6660408
E-Mail : apollo_bbsr@apollohospitals.com

Hospital Sanjivani
Address : Farm Road, Modipara SAMBALPUR Odisha 768002 India
Phone: +91-663-2404022, 2402406
Fax: +91-663- 2401011
Mobile: +91 9437966900
Website: http://hospitalsanjivani.com

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Eye Hospitals in Odisha

Eye donation is one of the noblest cause. Your eyes can make a blind see and adore the beauty of this magical world. When you are gone your eyes will be still alive and can make someone’s life brighter. Apart from being a noble cause, eye donation is a major achievement in medical science. How somebody’s eyes are given to someone else. Someone’s dark life is made brighter. There are many eye hospitals in Odisha. These hospitals are specialized in all kind of eye treatments and surgeries from a minor cataract surgery to eye transplant. There are experienced and efficient staff in these hospitals. People from neighboring states visit these hospitals for their eye related problems. The only concerning issues is that these hospitals are scattered only in the urban region and are beyond the reach of backward and tribal people.

Drishti Eye Hospital - Bhubaneswar
Address : 1015, Opp Hotel Presidency, Near Iskcon Temple, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Orissa - 751012

Abs Eye Care - Bhubaneswar
Address : P 21, Sahid Nagar, Bhubaneswar, Orissa - 751007

Trimurty Eye Clinic - Bhubaneswar
Address : Ashok Mkt, Bhubaneswar, Orissa - 751009

Anannya Eye Clinic - Cuttack
Address : 126, Krishna Arcade, Dolamundai, Badambadi, Cuttack, Orissa - 753009.

Jpm Rotary Eye Hospital & Research Institute - Cuttack
Address : Sector 6, Abhinaba Bidanasi, Cuttack, Orissa - 753014

Blood Banks in Odisha

“Donate your blood for a reason, let the reason to be life”.
Blood Banks in OdishaA pint of blood can save a life. The blood you donate can save three lives. It is one of the noblest cause. Many children, young people and elders are suffering from deadly diseases like thalassemia, blood cancer etc. where blood transfusion is required on regular basis. The lack or delay of blood can take a life. Not only in such diseases, there can be an urgent requirement of blood in cases of accidents. To save many lives from dying, a lot of blood banks are now opened everywhere, where all types of blood are readily available on a mere phone call. It is always better to have such numbers handy because anyone at any time can face emergency situations.

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Pathlabs and Diagnostic Centers in Odisha

With the increasing number of viruses and bacteria’s, doctors always suggest blood or urine test before detection of any disease. Apart from detection of diseases, regular health checkups are very important after the age of 30. Ultra sounds and x- rays also become important in many cases like fractures or detection of tumors and more. It is important that the reports generated by the Diagnostic centers are correct because any wrong parameter can lead to a wrong treatment whose results can be sometimes very fatal. It is hence advisable to get your tests done from a trustworthy diagnostic center. There are many famous diagnostic centers in Odisha to whom one can look upon for getting correct tests done.

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Chemist Stores in Odisha

Doctors detect the ailment and prescribe the medicines which is a normal practice in medical sciences. But in the absence of the medicines the disease cannot be cured. Apart from getting the required medicine, the biggest risk the forgery of medicines. There are many ruthless people who do not mind playing with lives of others and for their self-motive have started making duplicate medicines which can prove very harmful and can even take lives of others. Availability of medicines is also a big issue. There are many medicines for the treatment of chronic diseases that are not readily available, and their unavailability has taken many lives. Not only medicines many vaccinations cannot reach all the areas and hence letting many children of our country not getting their rights to get proper health. Odisha has got many good chemists where all the original and safe medicines are available.

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