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The Challenges Confronting Public Hospitals in India, Their Origins, and Possible Solutions

Table 2

Shortfall in health infrastructure as of March 2012 in EAG states as per 2011 census population (provisional) norms.

StateSubcenters (SC)PHCsCHCs
Req.In pos.% short.Pop/SCReq.In pos.% short.Pop/PHCReq.In pos.% short.Pop/CHC

Bihar18533969648%9,4963083186340%49,4237707091%13,15,357
Chhattisgarh49045111−4.2%3,8367767553%25,96519414923%1,31,568
Jharkhand6043395835%6,32696433066%75,87024118822%1,33,175
Madhya Pradesh12314886928%5,9241977115642%45,44849433333%1,57,771
Odisha8136668818%5,226130812266%28,508327377−15%92,709
Rajasthan151721148724%4,4872326152834%33,73158138234%1,34,922
Uttar Pradesh310372052134%7,5595172369229%42,013129351560%3,01,186
Uttarakhand2341184821%3,80235125726.8%27,337875932%1,19,078
EAG states combined984806817830.8%6,423159571080732.3%40,5183987207348%2,11,231
All India-EAG906148018811.5%4,92814608132429.4%29,8453644276024.3%1,43,191
All India18909414836623%5,615305652404926%34,6417631483340%1,72,375

Source: all figures are taken/calculated on the basis of figures in Table 11, RHS Bulletin, 2012, MOHFW, GOI [2].

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