Punjab: Ayurvedic dispensaries struggle with shortage of docs, pharmacists – Hindustan Times

ByRakshit Sharma, Ludhiana Feb 12, 2024 06:10 AM IST Share Via Copy Link image There are 806 dispensaries across the state, out of which 524 are run by the state ayurveda department and 282 are under the National Health Mission

Ayurvedic primary health centres in the state are struggling from a staff shortage, forcing doctors and pharmacists to run multiple dispensaries alone.

₹3712.49 crore, which is 23.74 per cent more than the last year. (Manish/HT)” title=”This year in the interim budget, the AYUSH ministry was allocated ₹3712.49 crore, which is 23.74 per cent more than the last year. (Manish/HT)”> ₹3712.49 crore, which is 23.74 per cent more than the last year. (Manish/HT)” title=”This year in the interim budget, the AYUSH ministry was allocated ₹3712.49 crore, which is 23.74 per cent more than the last year. (Manish/HT)”> This year in the interim budget, the AYUSH ministry was allocated ₹3712.49 crore, which is 23.74 per

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