Deendayal Mobile Hospital Scheme

The Deendayal Mobile Hospital Scheme was launched in June 2006 with a view to providing quality health facilities in the remote areas of the state. Under the scheme, a mobile van is equipped with a doctor, staff, necessary appliances and medicines. This van provides medical treatment to patients in tribal-dominated villages and Haat-Bazaars free of cost.

Tribals residing in remote rural and forest areas cannot generally go to the hospital. They also avoid going there due to lack of facilities. This scheme has provided them quality healthcare and treatment facilities in their villages as well as haat bazaars, which is nothing less than a boon for them.