Government has decided to start dialysis centre in every district of the country to provide treatment to kidney patients. Launching an e- book which is a compilation of achievements of his Ministry during two years, Health Minister J P Nadda said in New Delhi that the dialysis centres will be opened under Public Private Partnership model for which 900 crore rupees have been allocated. 
He said, the patients belonging to the BPL category will avail the facility free of cost. He said, for patient belonging to APL category, the government is working on the modalities to provide the dialysis facility on a very nominal rate. Mr Nadda also announced to double the strength of beds in AIIMS, Delhi in two years.At present the existing capacity of beds in the premiere hospital is around 2700.

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