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Odisha government today announced to set up 13 new Primary Health Centres at different places in the state.

Bhubaneswar:17/10/17; In a bid to provide better health services, Odisha government today announced to set up 13 new Primary Health Centres (PHCs) at different places in the state.

The state government will set up as many as 13 new Primary Health Centres (PHCs) in the state soon, said Health Minister Pratap Jena.

This apart, five PHCs will be upgraded to Community Health Centres (CHCs) while Sub-Divisional Hospital facilities will be extended to six CHCs, Jena added.

 

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