District Health & Family Welfare Department.

District Health & Family Welfare Department Koppal R.C.H Report 2017-18

  • Janani Suraksha Yojane (JSY): Under the Janani Suraksha Yojana, a total of 8425 beneficiaries have been paid out by PFMS in 2017-18 after receiving a grant of Rs.5268046 lakh.
  • Prasuthi Aaraike: Under Prasuthi Aaraike the financial assistance is provided to pregnant women with timely medical checkup and nutrition under the maternity care scheme, with a total outlay of Rs.1652600 for 3596 beneficiaries in 2017-18.
  • Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakrama (JSSK): An amount of Rs.1,25,85,254 has been allocated for free treatment, laboratory health checking, food delivery and blood transfusion for the benefit of 23854 beneficiaries under the Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakrama scheme for mother and child health improvement in 2017-18.
  • Nagu Magu: Nagu Magu program is in place for safe delivery of mother and child after delivery, 7378 beneficiaries are delivered safely from the hospital in 2017-18.
  • Janani Suraksha Vahini (JSV): There are 07 JSV Ambulance Vehicles in the district for pregnant and nursing emergency services, with the assistance of 2453 beneficiaries in 2017-18.
  • 108 Ambulance: The state government has launched 108 ambulance service to provide immediate ambulance for the emergency treatment, with 17 ambulances in the district and 16452 pregnant women in 108 ambulances in 2017-18 to be brought to hospitals.
  • Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK): Under Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) programme all India Government and Government Aided Schools Studies 1 and 12 under the National Child Welfare program will be conducted twice a year for students and anganawadi children’s health checkups. There are 11 teams under the program, each with 2 doctors and 1 nursing 1 Ophthalmic Assistant. A total of 383183 children have been diagnosed with in 2017-18.
  • Special Care Newborn Unit (SNCU): The SNCU unit has been set up at the District Hospital under the National Health Mission to treat newborn infants suffering from low birth and illness. 1370 children were treated in 2017-18.
  • Nutrition Rehabilitation Center (NRC): The NRC unit has been set up in the District Hospital under the National Health Mission to provide children with nutritional supplements for identifying malnourished children in order to prevent children from being malnourished and to prevent child mortality. 232 children were treated in 2017-18.
  • National Deworming Day (NDD): In February and August from the central government, children can be morbid and physically susceptible to inflammatory pneumonia. In this regard, 459968 children in August-17 are in the 2017-18 period and in February-18 439370 children have been swallowed free of pills.
  • National Immunization Program: Under the National Immunization program there is a universal vaccine program in the district as usual. Under the National Pulse Polio program, a total of 183992 children in the 1st round and 194017 children in the 2nd round making polio vaccine and 105.45% rounds in 2 rounds.
  • Maa Program: The state government has implemented the Maa program to be breastfeed within 1 hour of birth of all new born babies. Of the 27980 births in the district, breastfeeding 25478 children made 91% of them.
  • Pradhan Manthri Suraksha Mathrutva Abhiyan (PMSMA): The Central Government program is to identify and register the pregnant woman within 3 months. And this program is being conducted every 9 months on a monthly basis, with a free check up every 3 months and every pregnant woman to scan at least once in her pregnancy. Accordingly 15267 pregnant woman have been diagnosed between August-2017 and March-2018 in the district.
  • SHUCHI: The state government has initiated this program to provide free sanitary napkins to all teenage girls, with 394713 sanitary napkins distributed to schools, hostels and anganwadi centers in 2017-18 in the district.
  • Weekly Iron & Folic Acid Supplementation (WIFS): This program is being implemented by the Government of India to provided iron pills for all school children from 6 years to 16 years. Iron pills are provided free of charge for 220538 children in the district in 2017-18, aiming to seduce children of children every Monday for free under the program.
  • Rashtriya Suvarna Aarogya Trust: Jyothi Sanjeevini, Rajiv Aarogya Bhagya, Rashtriya Bala Swasthya Karyakrama, Rashtriya Swasthya Bhima Yojane, Rashtriya Swasthya Bhima Yojane – To Successful Citizens, Vajpayee Aarogya Shri, Indira Swasthya Yojane, Rajiv Aarogya Bhagya, Harish Santhwana Yojane Regional Health. The above events are organized by the use of trust funds in Rashtriya Suvarna Aarogya Trust.
  • Kayakalpa Award:
    1. Award winner: Gangavathi Taluka Hospital
    2. Commendation :CHC Shriram Nagar, Tavaragera, Hiresindhogi
    3. Best PHC Award :PHC Kukanapalli
    4. Commendation :Bannikoppa, Budagumpa, Hulagi, Kavaluru Dotihal,Ginigera and Hanumasagar
    5. Koppal District Hospital has been certified by N.Q.A.S.

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District Health Officer, Koppal

Phone: 08539-221303

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