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Health

Medical History

In 1953 twenty five bedded hospital was functioning at Kaithal in old tehsil campus at Guhla, Rajound and Pundri the civil dispenceries were operative. A mobile dispensary was also running at Kalayat. That time Kaithal was under Karnal district and some part of Rajound and Kalayat block were under Jind District. Later on in 1968 was upgraded to fifty bedded and all civil dispensaries were upgraded to Primary Health Centers and under each Primary Health Center four to five health centers were opened to provide health services to the general public. In 1984 the civil Hospital, Kaithal was upgraded to a full flassed hundred bedded hospital having all specialist services including blood bank of round the clock causality services and with separate casualty Ward.


Current Profile

Kaithal was made a district in1989 including some part of Kurukshetra & Jind district. In 2011, Civil Hospital, Kaithal was upgraded to Newly Indira Gandhi Multi Speciality Hospital Kaithal which was inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Minister Sh. Bhupinder Singh Hooda . Now there are 6 CHC, 16- PHC and 143 Sub Centre is in Distt. Kaithal.

The new building of 100 bedded hospital has been constructed over an area of around 15.5 acres. The hospital is providing 24 hour emergency services, operation Theatre, Laboratory services, X-ray, ECG facilities, Ultra sound, Blood bank, 102 Referral Transport, Generator facilities with the following Health services :-

  Free caesarian services to the high risk referred pregnant women
OPD & Indoor services by specialist Doctors e.g in Orthopedician, Ophthalmologist, Surgeon, Dental Surgeon, Gynecologist, Physician, Psychiatrist etc.
Surgical package
Immunization & Family welfare services including tubectomy vasectomy & Lepro.
For TB patients- free DOTS treatment
For Leprosy patients – free treatment
For school health children – IBSY yojna – free checkup & treatment to children suffering from any ailments
102 Ambulance services to pregnant women, BPL, accident & for Eye donation.
Free HIV checkup for pregnant women & STD patients in ICTC & STD Centers
Janani Suraksha Yojna (upto 2 living children for BPL & SCs)
700 Rupees to pregnant women delivered in Rural Hospital
600 Rupees to pregnant women delivered in Urban Hospital
For home delivery 500 is given
1500 Rupees for SC pregnant women

There is a team of 42 Doctors (including 7 specialists doctors), 2 Orthopedic Surgeons, 1 Anesthetist, 1 Medical Specialist, 1 Gynaecologist, 1 Pediatrician, 1 Chest & TB Specialist, 8 Casualty Medical Officers with 64 staff Nurses to provide round the clock emergency services


Health Programme

NRHM (National Rural Health Mission)

The National Rural Health Mission seeks to provide accessible, affordable and quality healthcare to the rural population, especially the vulnerable sections.

Family Welfare Programme

National Family Welfare Programme was launched with the objective of "reducing the birth rate to the extent necessary to stabilize the population ata level consistent with the requirement of the National economy. "The Family Welfare Programme is recognized as a priority area, and is being implemented in Kaithal District. As per Constitution of India, Family Planning is in the Concurrent list. The approach under the programme during the First and Second Five Year Plans was mainly "Clinical" under which facilities for provision of services were created. However, on the basis of data brought out by the 1961 census, clinical approach adopted in the first two plans was replaced by "Extension and Education Approach" which envisaged expansion of services facilities along with spread of message of small family norm.

Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY)

Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) is a safe motherhood interventionunder 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, 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. Each beneficiary registered under this Yojana should have a JSY card along with a MCH card. ASHA/AWW/ any other identified link worker under the overall supervision of the ANM and the MO, PHC mandatorily prepares a micro-birth plan. The Yojana has identified ASHA, the accredited social health activist as an effective link between the Government and the poor pregnant women.

RCH Phase II

The second phase of RCH program i.e. RCH – II has been commenced from 1st April, 2005. 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. Salient features of

RCH - II Program :

  Adoption of Sector vide approach which effectively extends the program reach beyond RCH to the entire Family Welfare sector.
Building State ownership by involving in development of the program.
Decentralization through development of District and State level need based plans.
lexible programming with a view to moving away from prescriptive scheme based micro planning and instead allowing States to develop need based work plans with freedom to decide upon program inputs.
Capacity building at the District, state and the Central level to ensure improved program implementation. In particular, the emphasis being on strengthening financial management systems and monitoring and evaluation capabilities at different levels.
Adoption of the logical frame works as a program management tour to support and outcome driven approach.
Performance based funding to ensure adherence to program objectives, reward good performance and support weak performers through enhance technical performance.
Pool financing by the development partners to simplify and rationalized the process of assessing external assistance.
Convergence, both inter sectoral as well as intra sectoral to optimize utilization of resource as well as infra structural facilities.

NVBDCP (National Vector Borne Disease Control Program)

•  District Malaria Office is the key unit for planning and monitoring of Programme under a technical officer.
The Primary Health Centres are the basic units at the rural area for delivery of primary health care in an integrated manner. Further, at the peripheral level, there are Sub-centres which are the village level health institutions for delivery of primary health care. For referral services, there are Community Health Centres functioning in the district as the first reformal contact in rural areas.
Passive surveillance for malaria is carried out by Primary Health Centres (PHCs), Community Health Centres (CHC) and General Hospital. Active surveillance is carried out by Health workers through fortnightly unit.
  Under NVBDCP the surveillance of vector borne diseases like Malaria, Dengue, Filariasis, Japanese Encephalitis, Chikungunya is being done.

IDSP

Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) was launched in November 2004. It is a decentralized, State based Surveillance Program. It is intended to detect early warning signals of impending outbreaks and help initiate an effective response in a timely manner. Major components of the project are :

(1)  Integrating and decentralization of surveillance activities;
(2) Strengthening of public health laboratories;
(3) Human Resource Development – Training of State Surveillance Officers, District Surveillance Officers, Rapid Response Team, other medical and paramedical staff; and
(4) Use of Information Technology for collection, collation, compilation, analysis and dissemination of data

For Project implementation, Surveillance Units have been set up at District level. A 24X7 call center with toll free telephone no 1075 accessible from BSNL/MTNL telephone from all states is in operation since February 2008. This receives disease alerts from anywhere in the country and diverges the information to the respective District Surveillance Units for verification and initiating appropriate actions wherever required.

Under IDSP, data is collected on a weekly (Monday–Sunday) basis.The information is collected on three specified reporting formats, namely “S” (suspected cases), “P” (presumptive cases) and “L” (Laboratory confirmed cases) filled by Health Workers, Clinician and Clinical Laboratory staff. The weekly data gives the time trends. Whenever there is a rising trend of illnesses in any area, it is investigated by the Medical Officers/Rapid Response Teams (RRT) to diagnose and control the outbreak. Data analysis and action are being undertaken by Kaithal district

RNTCP

The programme’s focus is on ensuring expansion of quality DOTS services to the entire district. The components which are incorporated in the second phase of RNTCP are:

(1)  Pursue quality DOTS expansion and enhancement, by improving the case finding are cure through an effective patient-centred approach to reach all patients, especially the poor.
(2) Address TB-HIV, MDR-TB and other challenges, by scaling up TBHIV joint activities, DOTS Plus, and other relevant approaches.
(3) Contribute to health system strengthening, by collaborating with other health programmes and general services
(4) Involve all health care providers, public, nongovernmental and private, by scaling up approaches based on a public-private mix (PPM), to ensure adherence to the International Standards of TB care.
(5) Engage people with TB, and affected communities to demand, and contribute to effective care. This will involve scaling-up of community TB care; creating demand thorugh context-specific advocacy, communication and social mobilization.
(6) Enable and promote research for the development of new drugs, diagnostic and vaccines. Operational Research will also be needed to improve programme performance.

The Revised National TB Control Programme now aims to widen the scope for providing standardized, good quality treatment and diagnostic services to all TB patients in a patient-friendly environment, in which ever health care facility they seek treatment from. Recognizing the need to reach to every TB patient in the country, the programme has made special provisions to reach marginalized sections of the society, including creating demand for services through specific advocacy, communication and social mobilization activities.

NLEP (National Leprosy Eradication Program)

Leprosy is a chronic infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae. It usually affects the skin and peripheral nerves, but has a wide range of clinical manifestations. Leprosy is a leading cause of permanent physical disability. Timely diagnosis and treatment of cases, before nerve damage has occurred, is the most effective way of preventing disability due to leprosy.

The National Leprosy Eradication Programme is being continued with Govt. of India funds from January 2005 onwards. Additional support for the programme is continued to be received from the WHO and ILEP organizations. MDT is to be supplied free of cost as of now through WHO.


Referral Transport System (Dial 102)

Referral transport system has been started since 14 Nov. 2009 in the Distt. Kaithal by the Health department.

Under this scheme a central control room has been set up in the emergency ward of the Civil Hospital where a telephone with number 102 has installed. On receiving the call on phone number 102 the operator informed the ambulance located nearest to that point. The ambulance would then take the patient to the nearest Government Hospital or health centre. 14 Ambulance has provided, which remains available at different location like civil hospital, CHCs, PHCs of the District. Under this scheme free of cost service is being provided to pregnant women, victims of roadside accidents, BPL cardholders and patients from notified slum areas.

List of CHCs, PHCs, SCs District Kaithal

List of CHCs, PHCs, SCs District Kaithal
CHC PHC SC
Village Name
Siwan      
  1 PHC-Siwan    
    Siwan-1  
      Siwan-1
    Siwan-2  
      Siwan-2
    Siwan-3  
      Siwan-3
      Polar
      Himmatpura
    Patti Afgan  
      Patti Afgan
      Kaluwali Gamri
      Patti Khot
    Manas  
      Manas
      Mago Majri
    Kutubpur  
      Kutubpur
      Raherain
      Dewal
      Dundheri
    Khurana  
      Khurana
      Dohar
    Khanpur
    Geong  
      Geong
      Katwar
    Chout  
      Chout
      Bhanpura
      Faranswala
    Farasmajra  
      Farasmajra
      Sirta
  2 PHC -Keorak    
    Keorak-1  
      Keorak-1
    Keorak-2  
      Keorak-2
    Barout  
      Barout
      Kheri Raiwali
      Rasoolpur
      Begpur
      Pabla
    Deora  
      Deora
      Jaswanti
    Jagdishpura  
      Kultaran
      Balwanti
      Ujjaana
      Jagdishpura
    Nauch  
      Nauch
  3 PHC Padla    
    Padla  
      Padla
      Gahri
    Baba Ladana  
      Baba Ladana
      Atela
    Budakhera  
      Budakhera
      Sangatpura
      Kartarpura
    Guhna  
      Guhna
      Dillowali
    Sajuma  
      Sajuma
    Sangan  
      Sangan
      Mall Kheri
      Nand Singh Wala
    Lander Kima  
      Lander Kima
      Andli
      Pakki Pisol
      Kachi Pisol
      Manzala
      Pirzada
      Dharampura
Rajound      
  1 Rajound Rajound-1  
      Rajound-1
    Rajound-2  
      Rajound-2
    Bir bangra  
      Bir bangra
      Birthebari
      Rajound-3
    Mandwal  
      Mandwal
      Khurda
      Faribad
    Neemwala  
      Neemwala
      Narwal
      Kheri Raiwali
      Roheramajra
  2 PHC-Kithana    
    Kithana  
      Kithana
    Kithana-2  
      Kithana-2
    Guliana  
      Guliana
    Rohera  
      Rohera
    Songri  
      Songri
    Taragerh  
      Taragerh
      Kheri Sandal
  3 PHC-Karora    
    Karora-1  
      Karora-1
    Karora-2  
      Karora-2
    Karora-3  
      Karora-3
    Bhana  
      Bhana
    Kukarkanda  
      Kukarkanda
      Santokmajra
    Serdha-1  
      Serdha-1
    Serdha-2  
      Serdha-2
  4. PHC Jakholi    
    Jakholi  
      Jakholi
    Kasan  
      Kasan
    Kotra  
      Kotra
    Nandkaran Majra  
      Nandkaran Majra
      Jakholi-2
    Songal  
      Songal
Kaul      
  1 PHC- Kaul    
    Kaul-1  
      Kaul-1
    Kaul-2  
      Kaul-2
      Pabla
    Pabnava-1  
      Pabnava-1
    Pabnava-2  
      Pabnava-2
  2 PHC Dhand    
    Dhand  
      Dhand
    Bandarana  
      Bandarana
    Chudmajra  
      Chudmajra1
      Chudmajra2
    Jadola  
      Jadola
    Jajanpur  
      Jajanpur
      Dadwana
    Pharal-1  
      Pharal-1
    Pharal-2  
      Pharal-2
  3 PHC Rasina    
    Rasina  
      Rasina
      Ahmedpur
    Ahun  
      Ahun
      Dussain
    Munnaheri  
      Munnaheri
      Bucchi
    Sakra  
      Sakra
      Kheri Sakra
    Sangroli  
      Sangroli
    Teontha  
      Teontha
Gulha      
  1. PHC Guhla    
    Gulha  
      Gulha
      Sleempur
    Harnoli  
      Harnoli
      Landheri
    Badsui  
      Badsui
      Dandohta
      Sinh
      Kalermajra
    Chaba  
      Chaba
      Sarola
      Rattakhera
      Dhaba
      Kamheri
    Cheeka  
      Cheeka
    Dusarpur  
      Dusarpur
      Chanchak
      Kheri Daban
      Sultania
      Matkalayan
    Gagarpur  
      Gagarpur
      Gara
      Paprala
      Channa Jattan
      Channa Agrain
      Zodwa
    Kharodi  
      Kharodi
    Kamheri  
      Kamheri
      Beopur
      Khushali
      Songalpur
    Mehmoodpur  
      Mehmoodpur
      Gari Nazir
      Azimgerh
      Malikpur
      Shadipur
    Seomajra  
      Seomajra
      Bhatian
      Hemu Majra
      Lalpur
      Babukpur
      Nandgerh
    Tatiana  
      Tatiana
      Theh Birth
      Kharal
      Sadreri
      Khushal Majra
  2 PHC- Bhagal    
    Bhagal  
      Bhagal
    Balbera  
      Balbera
    Bhusala  
      Bhusala
      Budenpur
      Sihali
      Ratta Khera
      Mangra
      Mohanpur
      Manjeri
      Sarakpur
    Rewarjagir  
      Rewarjagir
      Harigerh kingan
    Theh banera  
      Theh banera
      Bajigar Plot
      Bichciyan
      Macheri
  3 PHC-Kanghtali    
    Kanghtali  
      Kanghtali
      Theh Mukarian
      Papsar
      Kakor Majra
    Bhuna  
      Bhuna
    Kakeri  
      Kakeri
      Kakrala
    Kheri Gulamali  
      Kheri Gulamali
      Nagal
      Gosh
    Kwaratan  
      Kwaratan
      Malikpur
    Peedal  
      Peedal
      Theh Naval
    Peharpur  
      Peharpur
      Janedpur
      Umedpur
      Parbot
      Gohran
    Rasolpur  
      Rasolpur
      Mandi Sadran
    Sair  
      Sair
      Kharkara
    Sotha  
      Sotha
      Harnola
      Ferozpur
  4 PHC-Kharanka    
    Kharanka  
      Kharanka
      Theh Chawk
    Agondh  
      Agondh
      Hansumajra
      Theh Bhutan
    Kisor  
      Kisor
      Tarawali
      Majeri
      Mast Gerh
    Ramthali  
      Ramthali
      Magomajra
      Urlena
      Chakuladana
Kalayat      
  1 Kalayat    
    Kalayat-1  
      Kalayat-1
    Kalayat-2  
      Kalayat-2
    Badsikrikhurd  
      Badsikrikhurd
      Rattankhera
    Dundwa  
      Dundwa
      Dubal
    Haripura  
      Sindgh
      Haripura
    Kherisherkhan  
      Kherisherkhan
      Kamalpur
    Kolekhan  
      Kolekhan
      Kheri Lamba
    Kurar  
      Kurar
    Mator Mator-1
      Mator-2
      Kalasar
      Balang
    Shimla  
      Shimla
      Pinjupura
  2 PHC-Balu    
    Balu-1  
      Balu-1
    Balu-2  
      Balu-2
    Chausala  
      Chausala
    Ramgerh  
      Julanikhera
      Ramgerh
      Wajir Nagar
  3 PHC-Batta    
    Batta-1  
      Batta-1
      Narwal gerh
    Batta-2  
      Batta
      Bamniwala
      Dumhara
    Kelram  
      Kelram
    Kharakpandwa  
      Kharakpandwa
  4. PHC-Deoban    
    Deoban  
      Deoban
    Chandana  
      Chandana
      Shela Khera
      Barola
    Harsola  
      Harsola
       
    Sisla  
      Sisla
      Sismor
    Titram  
      Titram
      Saran
    Pyoda  
      Pyoda
      Kheri Sheru
Pundri      
  1 PHC Pundri    
    Pundri-1  
      Pundri-1
    Pundri-2  
      Pundri-2
    Pundri-3  
      Pundri-3
      Ravenhera
      Meoli
      Jeetgerh
    Fatehpur  
      Fatehpur
      Kheri Sikander
    Meoli  
      Meoli
    Mohana  
      Mohana
  2 PHC Pai    
    Pai-1  
      Pai
    Pai-2  
      Pai-2
    Pai-3  
      Pai-3
    Bakal  
      Bakal
    Hazwana  
      Hazwana
      Ramana
    Pilni  
      Pilni
      Jateri
  3 PHC Habri    
    Habri-1  
      Habri-1
    Habri-2  
      Habri-2
    Barsana  
      Barsana-1
    Deeg  
      Deeg
    Sanch  
      Sanch
    Sirsal  
      Sirsal
      Badnara
  4. PHC Mundri    
    Mundri  
      Mundri
    Kakout  
      Kakout
    Naina  
      Naina
      Doshn
    Sega  
      Sega
      Deod Kheri
      Sher Gerh
    Teek  
      Teek
      Khanoda
       
    Narar  
      Narar
      Bhani Majra
      Sapli Kheri
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