The Himachal Pradesh Cabinet has decided to provide 25 per cent subsidy for setting up of private hospitals in rural areas in the state, an official spokesperson said.
The Cabinet meeting held here on Monday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur decided to introduce the ‘Swasthya Mein Sahbhagita Yojna’ to ensure improved access and affordability of quality healthcare services in rural areas, he said.
Under this scheme, 25 per cent capital subsidy up to investment of Rs 1 crore in building, machinery and equipments will be provided to any individual, firm, company, trust or society to establish a private allopathic hospital in prescribed area as per established standards, the spokesperson said, adding that it would also be provided 5 per cent interest subsidy for three years on maximum loan of Rs 75 lakh. Read more
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