DC Doda reviews Health Sector

DC Doda reviews Health Sector
DC Doda reviews Health Sector
DC Doda reviews Health Sector
DC Doda reviews Health Sector

DC Doda reviews Health Sector

DC Doda reviews Health Sector

Urges to ensure sufficient staff at all health centres during winters ; Asks for relocation of Ambulances as per the need.

DODA, OCTOBER 22

Quality and timely health care services at all the health institutions are among the top most priorities of the District Administration. In this regard, Deputy Commissioner Vishesh Mahajan, who is also Chairman District Health Society Doda, chaired a meeting of senior health functionaries of the district in the conference hall of DC Office Complex.

At the outset, CMO Doda Dr Hamid Zargar presented a detailed report of implementation and achievements of health care schemes and the healthcare facilities being extended to the patients in the district. CMO briefed the chair about the functioning of health department and indicator wise achievements of the department. Regarding the Prime Ministers National Diaysis programme (PMNDP), it was informed that one dialysis centre is opertational at AH-GMC Doda, catering to the needs of erstwhile district Doda.

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While reviewing Maternal and Pediatric ICU, is was informed that 10 ICU beds for maternal care and 12 ICU bed for pediatrics have been kept in AH-GMC Doda, and 4 ICU beds for Maternal care have been exclusively kept at SDH Bhaderwah. It was revealed that Oxygen plants at AH-GMC, SDH Gandoh and SDH Bhaderwah are fully functional with the generation of 5400 LPM capacity. DC has directed the CMO to ensure that the plants remain functional and are maintained properly.

DC has exhorted upon the health care officials to strive towards achieving 100% institutional deliveries by mobilising ASHAs, Anganwadi Workers, and extensive awareness among the pregnant ladies.

He called for having complete data of pregnant ladies with their expected date of delivery (EDD) to have proper health care plan for them. He urged that the winter, snow, or any other natural or man made barriers may not prevent the assured health care facilities to the pregnant ladies for their safe delivery. The meeting also discussed the current Sex ratio and expressed satisfaction on its improvement to 961. Meeting delibrated on cases and treatment facilities available for patien.

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