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Primary Health Centre in JandK's Gatipora to benefit 25,000 people

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Primary Health Centre in JandK's Gatipora to benefit 25,000 people

Primary Health Centre in JandK's Gatipora to benefit 25,000 people

Locals are lauding the construction of a healthcare centre in Gatipora area of Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district.

The construction of new Primary Health Centre has been the latest to join the fleet of initiatives by the Union Territory government in JandK.

The new type PHC will be equipped with all modern medical care facilities.

This healthcare centre will be a boon for the locals Gatipora as they had to travel to Srinagar for medical treatments.

More than 25,000 people in 24 villages will benefit once the construction of this hospital completes.


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