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Boosting Healthcare: Uttarakhand to Appoint 1376 Nursing Officers

Uttarakhand’s Health Department is poised to appoint approximately 1376 nursing officers, marking a significant development for the state’s healthcare system. The appointment letters will be handed over by Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami at the Main Secretariat on Sunday. This initiative aims to fill long-standing vacancies in nursing officer positions across the state’s remote medical facilities, ultimately strengthening healthcare services.

Strengthening Healthcare: Uttarakhand to Appoint 1376 Nursing Officers

In a proactive move to fortify healthcare services in the state, Uttarakhand is set to witness the appointment of 1376 nursing officers after a gap of nearly 12 years. The state government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, will distribute appointment letters on Sunday at the Main Secretariat, addressing the critical shortage of nursing staff in government medical facilities.

Chief Minister Dhami to Hand Over Appointment Letters to 1376 Nursing Officers

Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami will personally hand over appointment letters to 200 selected nursing officers at the Main Secretariat on Sunday. This decision aims to bridge the gap in nursing positions and enhance healthcare services, especially in the remote areas of the state. The remaining selected candidates will receive their appointment letters in the allocated districts.

Uttarakhand’s Health Department Strengthens Human Resources with 1376 Nursing Officer Appointments

The Health Minister of Uttarakhand, Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, revealed that the state government has taken significant steps to bolster healthcare services. Apart from improving infrastructure in government hospitals, the government has now appointed 1376 nursing officers based on annual merit through the Uttarakhand Medical Service Selection Board. This strategic move follows the appointment of 1475 medical officers, 172 dental surgeons, 19 dental hygienists, 1081 ANMs, and 52 paramedical staff in the past five years.

Placement of Nursing Officers to Enhance Healthcare in Remote Areas

Health Minister Dr. Rawat emphasized that all selected nursing officers will be deployed in challenging and extremely remote healthcare centers in mountainous regions. This move aims to strengthen healthcare services in distant areas, ensuring better accessibility and improved medical facilities.

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