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In 2015, when AAP came to power, this was the situation of the Healthcare sector in Delhi:

  • Non-Existent primary healthcare system with HIGH out of pocket expenses
  • Severe shortage of Medicines which were always out of stock
  • Overcrowded Hospitals with long wait times for diagnostics and surgeries

Now in 2021 – after AAP:

  • Tier-1 Mohalla Clinics – an affordable innovation (500+ have been built) designed to provide accessible primary healthcare
  • 27 Tier-2 Polyclinics that receive referrals from Mohalla clinics and provide consultations with specialists
Before 2015Now% changeData SourceGraph
% of Budget expenditure to HealthBefore 2014:
8 – 10 %
2015 to 2021:
10 – 16 %

National average – app. 5 %
Increase of 6 percentage pointsDDC
Performance Report (2015 to 2021): Healthcare
(Page 53)

% of Budget expenditure to Health
Growth in Health & Welfare Budget2008-2009 to 2014-2015:
14% growth (CAGR) 
2015-2016 to 2019-2020:
20%  growth (CAGR)
6% increase (CAGR)DDC
Performance Report (2015 to 2019): Healthcare
(Page 43)

Total expenditure on Health by time period
Healthcare Budget (in crores)2014-2015:
3.6 crore
2021-2022:
9.9 crore
175% increaseDDC
Performance Report (2015 to 2021): Healthcare
(Page 53)

Total expenditure on Health by time period
Construction cost of primary care centreCost of dispensary :  

3 crore
Cost of Aam Aadmi  Mohalla Clinic (AAMC):
20 lakh
93% decreaseDDC
Performance Report (2015 to 2021): Healthcare
(Page 56)
# of people taking diagnostic tests2016-2017:

1.51 lakh
2020-2021:
12.85 lakh
8.5-fold within the AAP term itselfDDC
Performance Report (2015 to 2021): Healthcare
(Page 56)

# of people taking diagnostic tests
# of Dengue Cases2015:
15,867
2019:
1301
92% decreaseDDC
Performance Report (2015 to 2019): Healthcare
(Page 51)

# of Dengue cases
# of hospital beds added2010 to 2015:
1,500
2015 to 2025:
20,836 (in pipeline)
More than
13-fold increase 
(planned)
DDC
Performance Report (2015 to 2021): Healthcare
(Page 64)

# of hospital beds added

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