Meghalaya government has decided to invest over Rs 75 crore to upgrade as many as 186 public health centres and community health centres across the state.
This was announced by the Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma after chairing a meeting with the health department and planning department on Wednesday.
“The Govt. of Meghalaya has decided to invest ₹ 75 Cr in 186 PHCs & CHCs in Meghalaya to upgrade our health infrastructure.
Meeting was held with Hon’ble Health Minister, AL Hek and officials from the Health and Planning Departments to finalise the details,” Sangma tweeted.