District Health Society Rajkot Recruitment 2021

District Health Society Rajkot Recruitment 2021 A public hospital, or government hospital, is a hospital that is government-owned and is fully funded by the government, and operates solely off the money that is collected from taxpayers to fund healthcare initiatives. In some countries, this type of hospital provides medical care free of charge to patients, covering expenses and wages by government reimbursement.

District Health Society Rajkot Recruitment 2021

District Health Society Rajkot Recruitment 2021 District Health Society, Rajkot has published an Advertisement for the below-mentioned Posts. Eligible Candidates advised to refer to the official advertisement and apply for this post. You can find other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee, and how to apply are given below.


  • Medical Officer – 30
  • Staff Nurse – 50
  • FHW – 50

Educational Qualification

  • Please read Official Notification for Educational Qualification details.

Selection Process

  • Candidates will be selected based on an interview.
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How to Apply ?

  • Interested candidates are requested to remain present along with all original certificates to the given address in the advertisement.


  • Every day until vacancies not fulfilled

Important: Please always Check and Confirm the above details with the official website and Advertisement / Notification.

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The level of government owning the hospital may be local, municipal, state, regional, or national, and eligibility for service, not just for emergencies, may be available to non-citizen residents.

In India, public hospitals (called Government Hospitals) provide health care free at the point of use for any Indian citizen. These are usually individual state-funded. However, hospitals funded by the central (federal) government also exist. State hospitals are run by the state (local) government and maybe dispensaries, peripheral(Public) health centers, rural hospitals, district hospitals, or medical college hospitals (hospitals with affiliated medical colleges). In many states (like Tamil Nadu) the hospital bill is entirely funded by the state government with patients not having to pay anything for treatment. However, other hospitals will charge nominal amounts for admission to special rooms and for medical and surgical consumables. The reliability and approachability of doctors and staff in private hospitals have resulted in the preference of people from the public to private health centers. However, state-owned hospitals in India are known for the high patient load.