Medical & Health

The following are the Medical Institutions located in Tribal Sub Plan Area, which are extending medical and health services to the public.

Sl.

No.

Name of the Institution

No.

of Institutions

1

Area Hospitals

3

2

Primary Health Centers

50

3

Sub Centers

391

4

Govt. Civil Hospitals

5

5

District Malaria Office

1

6

Community Health & Nutrition Centres

14

7

Addl. Dist. T.B. Control Unit

1

8

MPHW(F) Trg. School

1

9

Anti YAWS Unit

1

10

No. of CHWs

2209

MEDICAL OFFICERS IN TSP AREA :

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Post

Sanctioned

Working

Vacant

1

Civil Surgeon

2

1

1

2

Dy. Civil Surgeon

14

8

6

3

Civil Asst. Surgeon

108

102

6

4

Dental Asst. Surgeon

4

4

0

 

PARAMEDICAL STAFF IN TRIBAL AREA:

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Post

Sanctioned

Filled

Vacant

Regular

Contract

1 Asst. Malaria Officer

1

0

0

1

2 Community Health Officer

26

4

0

22

3 MP HEO

35

13

0

22

4 Sub Unit Officer

12

1

0

11

5 PHN

21

17

0

4

6 Staff Nurse

97

86

0

11

7 Ophthalmic Asst.

10

7

0

3

8 Sr. Asst.

49

32

0

17

9 MPHS (M)

60

58

0

2

10 MPHS (F)

79

60

0

19

11 MPHA (M)

176

2

103

71

12 MPHA (F)

395

330

7

58

13 Pharmacist

63

33

20

10

14 PLT

60

39

16

5

15 Jr. Asst.

12

10

0

2

16 Typist

2

2

0

0

17 Radiologist

3

2

0

1

18 LD computers

9

7

0

2

19 Health Educator

10

4

0

6

 

 

RAJIV AROGYA SRI :

In this scheme from 17th July 2008 to February, 2013

1) No. of Patients undergone different surgeries in various hospitals            :          21743

2) No. of health camps conducted in TSP area                                                    :            1394

3) No. of Doctors involved                                                                                         :            1349

4) No. of Paramedical staff involved                                                                       :            1751

5) No. of patients screened                                                                                      :          97807

6) No. of patients referred                                                                                         :          93776

7) Expenditure for surgeries had been spent in 29 mandals                           :           Rs.84.475 crores

 

Measures taken :

  •   Separate pamphlet issued.
  •   Arogya Mitra name and Cell No. displayed in PHCs
  •   Arogya Mitra coordinates with Para Medical Staff.

 

108 SERVICES :

  • 2012 – 6445 cases transported to nearest hospitals.
  • 19 Ambulances kept to cover TSP area (Bhadrachalam-2, Kukkunoor, Paloncha, Gundala, Cherla, Kunavaram, Venkatapuram, Bayyaram, Kothagudem, Mulakalapally, Yellandu, Tekulapally, Chintoor, Aswapuram, Dummugudem, Manuguru, Julurpad and Wazeedu)

104 SERVICES :

17 Ambulances kept at V.R.Puram (1), Chintoor (1), Bhadrachalam (1), Kukkunoor, Aswaraopeta (1), Venkatapuram (1), V.M.Banzar (1), Cherla (1), Burgampahad (1), Manuguru (2), Paloncha (2), Julurupad (2), Kothagudem (2) and Yellandu (1)

 

 Measures Taken :

 

  • ‘104’ camp schedules and Rajiv Arogya Sri camp schedules communicated to

all PHCs – Medical Officers also participating in the camps

 

Vector born & Water born disease:

 

The programme is functioning in the TSP Area.

 

a) Malaria:

Year

No. of Blood Smear Collections

Positives

Deaths

2009

416469

2925

2010

440966

4811

4

2011

423040

3171

-

2012

370868

1053

-

2013 – Feb

58285

316

-

 b).  Dengue:

Year

No. of Cases reported

Deaths

2009

64

2010

14

2

2011

52

-

2012

109

-

2013 – Feb

-

-

 

  c).  Chickun Guniya:

Year

No. of Cases reported

Deaths

2009

-

2010

-

Nil

2011

-

-

2012

17

-

2013 Feb

-

-

d). J. E:

Year

No. of Cases reported

Deaths

2009

-

2010

-

Nil

2011

-

-

2012

-

-

2013 – Feb

-

-

 

e) Filarial

Year

No. of Cases reported

Treated

2009

-

2010

-

Nil

2011

-

-

2012

-

-

2013 – Feb

-

-

 

Indoor Residual Spraying :

In the year 2012, 1129 villages selected for Indoor Residual Spray with Synthetic Parathyroid (Cyfluthrin 5%) is completed

1st Round Schedule

Started Date

No. of Villages Targeted

Conducted so far up to 10th July

Insecticide required

Insecticide available on Stock

1st round 05.06.10 to 30.06.10

05.06.2010

642

642

-

3 MTs

2nd round 20.08.10 to 31.08.10

20.08.2010

642

642

-

0

1st round spraying

15.06.2011

1335

1013

-

10 MTs

2nd round

15.11.2011

1335

637

-

5 MTs

1st round spraying

01.06.2012

1129

1068

-

15 MTs

2nd round

08.10.2012

1129

1129

-

6 MTs

 

Bed Nets Distribution :

Year

No. of Villages targeted for distribution of Bed Nets

No. of PHC’s Selected

No. of Villages Selected

No. of Families beneficiaries

No. of

Bed Nets distributed

2007

200

19

293

22368

35139

2008

200

24

179

10442

16524

2008

Hostels & Ashram Schools

79

-

10476

Total

 

 43

551

32810

62139

2009

200

24

155

So far not received

2012

1270

39

1270

139374

2,60,000

 

Gumbusia Fish:

No. of Hatcheries in the District – 3.

Year

Selected

PHC

Selected

Villages

Breeding Places

Targeted

Achieved

2007

32

406

578

2,00,000

2,00,000

2008

16

36

48

2,00,000

3,00,000

2009

33

215

2,00,000

2010-11

33

215

578

2,00,000

10,000

 

I.E.C. Activities in ANTI Malaria Month JUNE :

 

  • Orientation Group Meetings for village leaders is conducted for 2009   in the month of June, 2009.
  • 25,000 Pamphlets were distributed in 25 mandals stating about the Malaria Programme and spraying programme June 2009.
  • 20 Cinema slides were exhibited in cinema theaters
  • Posters Pasted 2000 in June 2009.
  • Hoardings 60 Sanctioned will be displayed in the month of June.

 

New Drug Policy :

 

5 Districts in the State selected Srikakulam, Vijayanagaram, Vishakapatnam, East Godavari and Khammam.

 

New Drug Policy instead of Chloroquine Artisunate + Sulphadaxone+ Piremethamine

 

No. of  Mandals selected                     :                       29

No. of Villages selected                       :                       1029

No. of Asha’s Trianed                          :                      2209

No. of MPHA(M)                                     :                       104

No.of MPHA(F)                                       :                       202

 

 Stock Position :

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Item

No. Distributed

Stock on Hand

1

Rapid Diagnostic Kits

30750

235400

2

Artisunate

450

945

3

Sulphadaxone

0

0

4

Primaquine

140000

23300

5

Chloroquine

505000

1286500

 

Programme started from1st June 2009 at 470 Villages in Bhadrachalam Division, in 1st Phase Anti Larval Operation started from January 2009 along with PIN POINT Programme, weekly village wise spraying is a continues process.

No. of Mandals

No. of PHC’s

No. of Sections

No. of Villages

Larvaside distributed

Larvaside stock on hand

29

43

351

2872

135 Lts.

247 Lts.

 

PIN POINT PORGRAMME :

Action Plan is prepared and implemented by all PHCs to see that each village should be covered by MPHA(M) & MPHA(F) once in a week. During the visit  the following activities are attending.

1.   Day wise programme  of  MPHA(M) &(F) was displayed in the village at a prominent  place.

2.   House to House visit and detection and treatment of  fever, diarrhea  and other aliments.

  1. Mouth to Mouth campaign regarding the health activities and health precautionary measures.
  2. Antilaraval Operations i.e. spraying of Larvicides. Perimphasmethyl  and Baytex  supplied to the staff of PHC and Sarpanches.
  3. Sanitation : cleaning of Garbage, filling up the small pits and cleaning of drainage etc.,
  4. Chlorination : Chlorination of all drinking water sources.
  5. MPHA(M) & (F) has to take signature of the villagers after completion of their visit to that village.
  6. Conducted of Medical Camps by Medical Officer  to each village and conducting  shandy  camp
  7. The visit of Medical Officer to all  Ashram Schools and Hostels once in 15 days.

TRIBAL EYE CARE PROJECT:

Eye Care camps under APRTSS Eye Care Project by certain NGOs from May, 2008.  They are conducting eye camps treating the patients with medicines and providing spectacles for cataract cases after completion of surgeries.  During 2011 January to January, 2012, 10 eye camps conducted in TSP area, in this camps 1704 surgeries conducted and 4117 spectacles provided by ITDA Bhadrachalam.

 

REVISED NATIONAL TB CONTROL PROGRAMME:

The revised National TB Control programme launched in Khammam Dist. during the year 2001-02.  The programme is implementing in Khammam and Kothagudem divisions having 20 lakhs population and Additional TB Control Centre, Bhadrachalam having 8 lakhs population (Bhadrachalam & Paloncha Divisions)

 

During the year 2008 (1742) cases treated

During the year 2009 up to December (119)

During the year 2010 up to December (1547) cases treated

During the year 2011 upto December – (1636)

During the year 2012 – Upto December – (713)

During 2013 – Upto February – (36) under Addl. TB Control Unit, Bhadrachalam.

 

NATIONAL LEPROSY ERADICATION PROGRAMME (NLEP) :

 

National Leprosy Eradication programme started in the district during the year 1989-90 with (5) Control Units.  Multi Drug Therapy (MDT) programme has been sanctioned under functioning to this district since April, 1990.  The prevalence rate before started the MDT in the district was 66/10,000 population, now the prevalence rate has brought down to 0.79/10,000 population.

 

SWINE FLU DISEASES:

 

Not reported from Jan 2009 to February, 2013.

 

AMBULANCES:

Ambulance hire charges paid up to 05/2012

 

COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS (CHWs):

CHWs honorarium paid from 1/2011 to 3/2011 (3 months)   Rs.26.508 lakhs

4/2011 to 06/2011 (3) months Rs.26.508 lakhs

7/2011 to 9/2011 (3 months)   Rs.26.508 lakhs

10/2011 to 3/2012 (6 months) Rs.53.016 lakhs

04/2012 to 06/2012 (3 months)Rs.26.508 lakhs

07/2012 to 12/2012 (6 months) Rs.53.016 lakhs

 

Pending honorarium :

12/2007 to 03/2008     Rs. 35,34,400/-.

1/2008 to 3/2008    Rs. 26,50,800/-.

1/2010 to 3/2010    Rs. 26,50,800/-

Total :                   Rs. 88,36,000/-

 

24 HOURS HOSPITALS:

 Under NRHM programme, (27) PHCs are running 24 hours.

 

VILLAGE HEALTH SANITATION :

Under NRHM-II scheme, Village Health sanitation funds ` 10,000/- releasing per year for the Sub Centre in the joint account of ANM and Village Secretary for utilization of sanitation in the villages.

 

UN-TIED FUNDS :

      

Un-tied funds releasing Rs.10,000/- per year for Sub Centre in the joint account of ANM and PHN for utilization of Sub Centre maintenance sanitation and chlorination.

 

HOSPITAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY :

In this Society, Rs.1,60,000/- releasing for development of hospital to provide minimum facilities to tribal patients and also ` 1, 90,000/- releasing to the 24 hours hospitals to provide minimum facilities to the tribal patients per year.  Joint account of Medical Officer and MPDO.

 

 

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