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Health Care, Human Services and Family Welfare Department, Sikkim

Health infrastructure is an important indicator for understanding the health care policy and welfare mechanism in a country. It signifies the investment priority with regards to the creation of health care facilities.
Health Status an important indicators which is generated by SRS (Sample Registration System) GoI, SR (STATE REPORT), NFHS
Get data on Performance of Key HMIS Indicators for the Sub Districts of Sikkim.
Get data on Health Management Information System (HMIS) item-wise and month-wise comparison of Various Indicators of the State Sikkim. District level data of various parameters have been provided here.
Mother and Child Tracking System (MCTS) is a web enabled system to monitor and ensure delivery of full spectrum of services to all pregnant women and children. It is currently being implemented throughout the country with active involvement of States/UTs. Catalog contains information on pregnant women, infants, mothers and children.
Institutional deliveries refers to the facilities like hospitals, trained health care professionals etc. for women for giving birth to child. Institutional deliveries or facility-based births are often promoted for reducing maternal and neo-natal mortality. Data contains status of Institutional Delivery in Sikkim.
Data contains Status of Family Planning (FP) Performance in Sikkim. Data includes information on Male Sterilization, Female Sterilization, IUCD Insertion, Post Partum Sterilizations etc. The practice of controlling the number of children one has and the intervals between their births, particularly by means of contraception or voluntary sterilization.
Get status of Antenatal Checkup in Sikkim. Antenatal Checkup is the care women receive from healthcare professionals during their pregnancy. Women will be offered a series of appointments with a midwife, or sometimes with a doctor who specialises in pregnancy and birth (an obstetrician).
Get data related to Infant, Child and Maternal Deaths in Sikkim.Infant mortality rate (IMR) is the number of deaths of infants under one year old per 1,000 live births. Child Mortality is under-five mortality rate and denotes the probability per 1,000 that a newborn baby will die before reaching age five. Child mortality is also known as under-5 mortality or child death. Maternal Mortality Rate is defined as the number of maternal deaths to women in the ages 15-49 per lakh of women in that age group.
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