Health

Sl.No.
DESCRIPTION
NO
1
SADAR HOSPITAL
1
2
COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
12
3
FIRST REFERAL UNIT (RAJDHANWAR & DUMRI)
2
4
PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE
15
5
HEALTH SUB CENTRE
180
6
PRIVATE NURSING HOME
7
BLOOD BANK
1
8
EYE HOSPITAL
1
9. BLOOD STORAGE UNIT 2
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Programmes Running In Giridih

Reproduction & Child Health Programme(RCH Phase II) ..

The second phase of RCH program i.e. RCH II has been commenced from 1st April, 2005 the five year file 2010. The main objective of the program is to bring about a change in mainly three critical health indicators i.e. reducing total fertility rate, infant mortality rate and maternal mortality rate with a view to realizing the outcomes envisioned in the Millennium Development Goals, the National Population Policy 2000, and the Tenth Plan Document, the National Health Policy 2002 and Vision 2020 India..

IMMUNIZATION PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR THE YEAR 2012-13

DISTRICT-GIRIDIH

GIRIDIH
TARGET
Vaccine/Antigen
PREGNENT WOMAN
INFANTS
Vaccine/Antigen
NO
% age
70489
66528
TT1 20141 28.6
TT2 16563 23.5
TTB 785 1.1
BCG 30157 45.3
OPV0 5454 8.2
OPV1 25834 38.8
OPV2 23464 35.3
OPV3 21592 32.5
DPT1 28357 42.6
DPT2 25522 38.4
DPT3 24008 36.1
Measles 26675 40.1
Vitamin A1 22957 34.5
OPV Booster 14986 20.4
DPT Booster 16826 22.9
Vitamin A2 1945 2.7
Vitamin A3 371 0.5
Vitamin A4 175 0.2
Vitamin A5 361 0.5
DT(5 Years) 0 0.0
TT(10 Years) 7119 11.3
TT(16 Years) 6832 11.3
Hepatitis B1 21378 32.1
Hepatitis B2 15348 23.1
Hepatitis B3 11450 17.2

National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme

National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP) is the central nodal agency for the prevention and control of vector borne diseases i.e. Malaria, Dengue, Lymphatic Filariasis, Kala-azar, Japanese Encephalitis and Chikungunya in India. It is one of the Technical Departments of Directorate General of Health Services, Government of India. Official Website of NVBDCP

Report Of Giridih till September 2012

UptoSept 2012
BloodSlide Collection
Bloodslide examination
Positive
PV
PF
RT
140548
139772
8518
8336
182
8518

TB Control Programme

In terms of population coverage, India now has the second largest DOTS (Directly Observed Treatment, Short course) programme in the world. However, India's DOTS programme is the fastest expanding programme, and the largest in the world in terms of patients initiated on treatment, placing more than 100,000 patients on treatment every month. This site provides information about tuberculosis and its control in India. Official Website of TB Control Programme

REPORT OF DISTRICT T.B CENTRE, GIRIDIH (JAN-12 to OCT-12)

Total Sputum slide Examination
7024
Sputum Positive Patient
1138
Sputum Negative Patient
376
Treatment Started
1514
Cure Patient-( Out of 1373 patients 1244 patients has been cured from Jan11 to Sept 11 )
1244

National Programme for Control of Blindness

National Programme for Control of Blindness was launched in the year 1976 as a 100% Centrally Sponsored scheme with the goal to reduce the prevalence of blindness from 1.4% to 0.3%. As per Survey in 2001-02, prevalence of blindness is estimated to be 1.1%. Target for the 10th Plan is to reduce prevalence of blindness to 0.8% by 2007 prevalence of Blindness is 1% (2006-07 Survey). Main causes of blindness are as follows: - Cataract (62.6%) Refractive Error (19.70%) Corneal Blindness (0.90%), Glaucoma (5.80%), Surgical Complication (1.20%) Posterior Capsular Opacification (0.90%) Posterior Segment Disorder (4.70%), Others (4.19%) Estimated National Prevalence of Childhood Blindness /Low Vision is 0.80 per thousand.Official Website of NPCB

National Leprosy Eradication Programme(NLEP)

The National Leprosy Eradication Programme is a centrally sponsored Health Scheme of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India. The Programme is headed by the Deputy Director of Health Services (Leprosy ) under the administrative control of the Directorate General Health Services Govt. of India. While the NLEP strategies and plans are formulated centrally, the programme is implemented by the States/UTs. The Programme is also supported as Partners by the World Health Organization, The International Federation of Anti-leprosy Associations (ILEP) and few othe Non-Govt. Organizations. Official Website of NLEP

Integrated Disease Surveillance Project(IDSP)

Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) was launched with World Bank assistance in November 2004 to detect and respond to disease outbreaks quickly. The project was extended for 2 years in March 2010. From April 2010 to March 2012, World Bank funds were available for Central Surveillance Unit (CSU) at NCDC & 9 identified states (Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Punjab, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal) and the rest 26 states/UTs were funded from domestic budget. The Programme is proposed to continue during 12th Plan as a Central Sector Scheme under NRHM with outlay of Rs. 851 Crore from domestic budget only. Annual outlay for 2012-2013: Rs. 63 Crore (Domestic Rs. 60 crore, EAC Rs. 3 Crore) has been approved. Official Website of IDSP

National Aids Control Organisation (NACO)

NACO envisions an India where every person living with HIV has access to quality care and is treated with dignity. Effective prevention, care and support for HIV/AIDS is possible in an environment where human rights are respected and where those infected or affected by HIV/AIDS live a life without stigma and discrimination. NACO has taken measures to ensure that people living with HIV have equal access to quality health services. By fostering close collaboration with NGOs, women’s self-help groups, faith-based organisations, positive people’s networks and communities, NACO hopes to improve access and accountability of the services. It stands committed to building an enabling environment wherein those infected and affected by HIV play a central role in all responses to the epidemic – at state, district and grassroot level. Official Website of NACO

Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY)

Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) is a safe motherhood intervention under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) being implemented with the objective of reducing maternal and neo-natal mortality by promoting institutional delivery among the poor pregnant women. The Yojana, launched on 12 th April 2005, by the Hon’ble Prime Minister, is being implemented in all states and UTs with special focus on low performing states. JSY is a 100 % centrally sponsored scheme and it integrates cash assistance with delivery and post-delivery care. The success of the scheme would be determined by the increase in institutional delivery among the poor families The Yojana has identified ASHA, the accredited social health activist as an effective link between the Government and the poor pregnant women in l0 low performing states, namely the 8 EAG states and Assam and J&K and the remaining NE States. In other eligible states and UTs, wherever, AWW and TBAs or ASHA like activist has been engaged in this purpose, she can be associated with this Yojana for providing the services. Benefit to mother for delivery in Govt. and Accredited Hospitals Rs. 1400/- is for women from Rural Area Rs. 1000/- is for women from Urban Area Rs. 500/- for Home Delivery for BPL Women (Benefit to mother) Benefit to ASHA Rs. 600/- for delivery in Govt. and Accredited Hospitals.

Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA)

One of the key components of the National Rural Health Mission is to provide every village in the country with a trained female community health activist ASHA or Accredited Social Health Activist. Selected from the village itself and accountable to it, the ASHA will be trained to work as an interface between the community and the public health system. One of the key strategies under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) is having a Community Health Worker i.e. ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist) for every village with a population of 1000. Detailed guidelines have been issued by the Government of India in matter of selection and training of ASHA. The States have been given the flexibility to relax the population norms as well as the educational qualifications on a case to case basis, depending on the local conditions as far as her recruitment is concerned.


Health Contact Details

CIVIL SURGEON Office (GIRIDIH)- Phone No: 06532228651
Email ID: cs.giridih@gmail.com

District RCH Office (GIRIDIH)- Phone No:- 06532229111

District Malaria Office(GIRIDIH)- Phone No:- 0653222799

District T.B Office(GIRIDIH)- Phone No:- 06532229799

HOSPITAL MANAGER(GIRIDIH)- 7250212212

Mamta Wahan Call Centre(GIRIDIH)- Phone No:- 06532250401

Contact Details of MOIC & BPM
Block Name
Designation
Name
Contact No
SADAR BLOCK
MOIC
Dr. R.P.Das
8969191679
BPM
Om Prakash Sharma
9835541305
BENGABAD
MOIC
Dr. B.B.Singh
9934390329
BPM
Diwakar kumar
9939700283
BAGODAR
MOIC
Dr. Mithlesh kumar
9431187392
BPM
Laxmi Narayan Gupta
9199696120
JAMUA
MOIC
Dr. B.M.P.Rai
9431144366
BPM
Ritesh kumar
9709241481
DUMRI
MOIC
Dr. Ajay kumar singh
8969191679
BPM
Puja kumari
9430194982
GAWAN
MOIC
Dr. S.Baraik
9431562878
BPM
Ruplal Thakur
9905749150
RAJDHANWAR
MOIC
Dr. S.P.Mishra
9431192511
BPM
Vikash
9471533128
TISRI
MOIC
Dr. Praveen chand
8969627444
BPM
Pramod kumar
9525171525
DEORI
MOIC
Dr. Umendra
9199933245
BPM
Amit kumar sinha
9430121475
GANDEY
MOIC
Dr. Ram Vilash
9431858109
BPM
Shiv narayan mandal
8986731415
BIRNI
MOIC
Dr. Poonam Sevika Ekka
9431333622
BPM
Jay shankar kumar
9931187488
PIRTAND
MOIC
Dr. Govind Prasad
9431144101
BPM
Sarita kumari
9471724491