Indian health officials say they’ve been trying to improve India’s ambulatory care system since the start of the pandemic, but some hospitals are still struggling.
In a country with more than three million uninsured, India’s health ministry has struggled to meet the demands of the rapidly growing population.
At a time when India has a rapidly growing labor force and a growing population of people who live in rural areas, the government has been struggling to find ways to better manage the country’s growing population, according to two senior officials familiar with the matter.
They spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly about the issue.
The health ministry did not respond to a request for comment.
Hospitals have been hit by a backlog of more than 40,000 cases a day, and a backlog in ambulatory surgery and emergency care has reached a peak of about 30,000, according the officials.
They said the government’s plans to add 20,000 more ambulatory doctors and more nurses in the coming weeks have already been slowed by delays in building and opening hospital emergency departments.
A new government plan to expand the health sector has also been delayed by the pandemics pandemic.
The government says the health ministry is trying to get its hands on the vast majority of the backlog of patients, but the medical officials said they believe the government hasn’t gotten the full extent of the problem.
India’s new health minister, Maneka Gandhi, said on Monday that the government would take urgent action to improve the delivery of medical care.
“This is a very complex problem and we will take all the necessary steps,” Gandhi said, according at a briefing.
A government official, who asked not to be named, said the health department has been trying for years to improve its delivery of care.
She said the ministry is working with the government of India and the national government on the pandemaker plan, which will allow it to add 10,000 doctors and nurses and bring it up to the current level of about 18,000.
“We are trying our best,” the official said.
“There are a lot of people, hospitals and doctors who have been working on this problem for a long time.”
India has one of the highest rates of HIV infection in the world, and health officials have said that the pandep made things worse by reducing access to primary care, which can help with treating severe illnesses and preventing death.
Many of India’s hospitals are also struggling with chronic overcrowding and lack of beds, which has caused many of them to close.
India has not seen a pandemic in nearly 30 years, and the country has struggled with a lack of new medical infrastructure.
The Indian government is also struggling to deal with a shortage of medicines, which is a major challenge as it has limited supplies of vaccines.
India is also facing a lack in its medical supplies and equipment.
The country has one major hospital, the Bharatnatyar Hospital in New Delhi, that was the first to open in 1876.
The hospital has been operating since 1972, but its capacity has been limited due to the pandemark outbreak.
The building’s primary care division has a capacity of about 1,300 patients, according data from the government.
But the department has only about 500 doctors and about 2,000 nurses, according a source with knowledge of the situation.
The department also has a shortage in equipment, which the government estimates is about 1.5 million kits of equipment and supplies, according one of India-based health care experts.
Many hospitals in the country are also short of equipment.
India was the only country in the industrialized world without an adequate hospital emergency department until the late 1980s, when the World Health Organization began opening emergency departments in hospitals around the world.
But since then, many countries have expanded emergency departments to meet growing demand.
The pandemic has caused a lot more people to need hospital care than usual.
Since the pandemanics began, India has seen an increase in people dying from the pandemonias complications, but it is still far from enough to treat the massive demand, according Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a health expert and president of the Indian Association of Public Health Practitioners.
Gupta said there is a problem with the current system, which allows doctors to treat patients at home.
He said the problem with India’s medical system is that it’s based on treating patients at the same place at the time, which doesn’t work.
Gupta, who lives in India, said he believes India needs to increase its health care budget by $1 trillion in order to address the pandemerics pandemias pandemic health crisis.
Gupta told The Associated Press that he thinks the government needs to focus on expanding its primary care hospital by building new ones in urban areas and increasing its hospital emergency care capacity.
Gupta’s comments came as the Indian government announced plans to expand its primary health care department by about 1 million, an increase of almost 5 percent, to about 18 new hospitals. The