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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
As per minimum requirement, a Primary Health Centres (PHCs) is to be manned by a Medical Officer supported by 14 paramedical and other staff. The data refers to Allopathic Doctors at PHCs. The requirement is based on norm of one per each existing PHC. Sanctioned and In-Position figures are as reported by the States/UTs. All India figures for Vacancy (Sanctioned In-position) and Shortfall (Requirement In-position) are the totals of State-wise Vacancy and Shortfall ignoring surplus in some States / UTs.
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Last Updated: 13/02/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
As per minimum norms, a Community Health Centre (CHC) is required to be manned by four Medical Specialists i.e. Surgeon, Physician, Gynecologist and Pediatrician supported by paramedical and other staff including Pharmacist / Laboratory Technician / Nursing Staff. A Pharmacist / Laboratory Technician / Nursing Staff is also available at Primary Health Centre (PHC) level. The requirement is based on norm of one Pharmacist / Laboratory Technician per each existing PHC and CHC and the requirement is based on norm of one Nursing Staff per Primary Health Centre and seven per Community Health Centre. Sanctioned and In-Position figures are as reported by the States / UTs. All India figures for Vacancy (Sanctioned In-position) and Shortfall (Requirement In-position) are the totals of State-wise Vacancy and Shortfall ignoring surplus in some States/UTs.
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Last Updated: 13/02/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
Total of newborns (live births) weighted at Sub-Centre, Community Health Centre, Primary Health Centre, District Hospital, Sub-divisional Hospital and found to be less than 2500g during the reporting month. Data Source for this data element is Pregnancy Register/ Labour Room Register.
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Last Updated: 25/04/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
Total of newborns (live births) reported at Sub-Centre, Community Health Centre, Primary Health Centre, District Hospital, Sub-divisional Hospital and have been breastfed within 1st hour of delivery during the reporting month. Data Source for this data element is Delivery Register.
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Last Updated: 24/04/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
Total number of newborns visited by health worker (Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA)/Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) / Doctor / Staff Nurse) within 24 hours of home delivery during the reporting month. Essential newborn care, including weighing is provided. Data Source for this data element is Delivery Register and the reporting is done by sub centres.
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Last Updated: 25/04/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
The Sub Divisional and District Hospitals are government hospitals with more than 30 beds. Mobile Medical Units have been envisaged under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) to provide preventive, promotive and curative health care in inaccessible areas and difficult terrains, which are underserved or unserved areas under usual circumstances. Functional Mobile Medical Units not only look after the curative aspects but also render Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) activities to promote healthy under the NRHM.
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Last Updated: 13/02/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
Family Planning methods regulate the number and spacing of children in a family through use of contraceptives or other methods of birth control. The sterilization is one of method also known as terminal method to regulate the family size preferably after two or three children. The sterilization methods adopted by the eligible couples in all facilities, (SCs, PHCs, CHCs), sub-divisional hospitals, districts hospitals etc. are recorded / uploaded in the Health Management Information System (Portal) by all the States / UTs. The different procedure are adopted for undergoing sterilization by male(vasectomy) through No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV)/Conventional Vasectomy and female (tubectomy) through laparoscopic sterilizations, mini-lap sterilizations and conventional operations & post partum sterilization done within 48 hours and 7 days of delivery.
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Last Updated: 25/04/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
The another spacing method is use of Oral Pill Cycles distributed at the district hospitals, sub-divisional hospitals and community health centres to the beneficiaries under free distribution scheme and also sold by companies under social marketing scheme are recorded and reported in the Health Management Information Systems (HMIS) portal by States/UTs. The equivalent oral pill users are calculated by dividing total number of oral pill cycles (packets) by thirteen.
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Last Updated: 25/04/14
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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Health and Family Welfare
The IUD Insertions is one of the spacing method adopted by the women to space the birth of children. The IUD Insertions done at the District Hospitals, Sub-divisional Hospitals and Community Health Centres during the reporting month are reported in the HMIS portal by all the States / UTs.
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Last Updated: 25/04/14
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