Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Wednesday directed officials concerned to launch the much-awaited Telangana State Health Profile programme from Gajwel constituency at the earliest.

He said the health profile, comprising essential health data including blood group of every citizen in the State, will be compiled into a data bank to provide better health services.

Addressing a gathering at Mahathi Auditorium in Gajwel, he said the Telangana government will conduct free medical check-up for all citizens and prepare a detailed data bank comprising the health profile of every citizen as part of the Telangana State Health Profile programme. He said in case of an emergency, doctors can access the digital health records using the health card of the beneficiary for accurate health diagnosis and provide necessary medical treatment.

“If there is an accident, doctors can know about your blood group using the health card and arrange for necessary blood units without any delay. I request Health Minister Etela Rajender and officials of Health Department to launch the programme in Gajwel constituency and later extend it to other parts of the State,” he said.

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