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Chandigarh: Mayor Ravi Kant Sharma inaugurated the civil dispensary in Sector 39 D on Thursday. MC commissioner Anindita Mitra, councillor Gurbax Rawat and other councillors were also present on the occasion.
The mayor said that the civic body was improving and upgrading existing primary health infrastructure and providing new dispensaries in other areas.
With the opening of the dispensary, he said that area residents would be able to avail primary health services close to their houses. According to the mayor, the dispensary in Sector 39 is spread over 686 square meter covered area and has been built at a cost of Rs 2.63 crore.
He said the dispensary has facilities of registration room, doctor’s examination room, laboratory, injection room, HIV, malaria lab, vaccination and family welfare room, RNTCP/DOT centre, sterilisation/injection/dressing/ pharmacy room, toilet blocks for women, men and physically challenged and chowkidar room with kitchen and toilet, besides parking space for 25 cars.
Box: Renovated community centre
The mayor also inaugurated the renovated community centre in Sector 39. The centre, which has 1,050 square meter built up area, has been renovated with a soundproof hall. Other facilities like rooms for bride and groom, kitchen, senior citizen meeting