The hospitals that receive the certification will get Rs 3 lakh each from the Central Government.
The Joint Collector has directed the officials concerned to speed up the ongoing works progressing at PHCs under Nadu-Nedu programme and make them ready for certification by NQAS.
The Karnataka High Court on Wednesday directed the Secretaries of District Legal Services Authorities to visit at least three Primary Health Centres (PHCs)
The Kayakalp-NQAS Award was introduced on May 15, 2015 by the Centre to ensure hygiene, sanitation and cleanliness in public health facilities in the country.
Telemedicine hubs provide specialist services to the patients who visit SHC/PHCs through video conference and by generating the prescriptions online.
Several tribals and citizens have now come forward demanding that the government immediately call back those doctors sent to various hospitals on deputation.