The main problems affecting the success primary health centres are the predominance of clinical and curative concerns over the intended emphasis on preventive work and the reluctance of staff to work in rural areas.Primary health centres are the cornerstones of the rural health care system. By 1991, India had about 22,400 primary health centres, 11,200 hospitals, and 27,400 dispensaries. These facilities are part of a tiered health care system that funnels more difficult cases into urban hospitals while attempting to provide routine medical care to the vast majority in the countryside.Primary health centres and sub-centres rely on trained paramedics to meet most of their needs.
Free Eye Checkup Camp
A Free Medical Camp was organized by SMDSW organization every year.The flow of needy people to get checked for illness was continuious & smooth. The people came for camp made registration at counter & then moved to doctor for checkup. Separate Medicine counter was set up to issue the required medicine freely in well organised way. After getting medicine people happily made their way to homes.
Free Medical Camp
There should be Free Medical Camp an advanced team in place to make necessary arrangements at least one day before the camp.On the day of the clinic, there should be a specified for the start and end of the clinic, this should be clearly mentioned so that patients know in advance.
The consultants will check the patients and send them to the pharmacy for getting medicines.