TELANGANA VAIDYA VIDHANA PARISHAD
Health care should be within the reach of every citizen. For providing basic health facilities to all citizens, government has introduced and implemented various health schemes and programmes. This section provides information pertaining to health programmes, policies, schemes, forms etc. for specific beneficiaries which include women, children, senior citizen, etc.
FOLLOWING SPECIALITY SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE AT DISTRICT TVVP HOSPITAL MAHABUBABAD.
Area Hospital Mahabubabad
Recidential Medical Officer:Dr.CH.Ramesh
- Gynecology –
HOD-Dr.B.Venkatramulu -Cell No.8008553175
- General surgery
I/C-Dr.P.Vinil Reddy -Cell No.9885932519
- General Medicine
I/C.Dr.G.Balu Naik Cell No.9849303733
I/C-Dr.N.Bhavani- Cell No.9908842952
Deputy Civil Surgeon:Dr.J.Raja kataiah
I/C.Dr.N.Raja Ram-Cell No.9440150354
I/C-Dr.Rajkattaiah, Cell No. 9573157638
I/C.Dr.J.Sheshidar Reddy-Cell No.9908868358
I/C.Dr.M.Bharath Reddy-Cell No.9440378903
Nodal Officer: Dr.B.Veeranna- Dy.CS-Cell No.9440146223
Focusing on women welfare and newborn, Telangana Chief Minister has come out with an innovative scheme – KCR Kit.
The scheme is designed to address complications during the time of pregnancy and aimed at reducing infant mortality rate and encourage institutional deliveries. The KCR Kit consists of 16 essential things needed for a new-born and will be useful for up to three months. The kit comes packed with soaps useful for mother and child, baby oil, baby bed, mosquito net, dresses, sarees, hand bag, towels and napkins, powder, diapers, shampoo and toys for the kid.
The State proposes to compensate pregnant women for the loss of income during the pregnancy period (where women tend to work) and offer ₹4,000 in assistance and another ₹4,000 after discharge from hospital. And at the time of vaccination, ₹4,000 will be provided taking the total assistance to ₹12,000 to women undergoing institutional delivery. And to cap it all, in the case of delivery of a baby girl, the mother gets additional ₹1,000.
The Commissioner of Health and Family Welfare, TS, Hyderabad is directed to the follow the following guidelines for implanting KCR (AmmaVodi) Strictly.
The government of Telangana with the intent of providing compensation of wage loss of Rs. 12,000/- &Rs. 13000/- to pregnant women who are receiving health services from public health institutions in the state at important stages in pre and post natal periods. The financial consideration is to support nutritional needs of pregnant women during her pregnancy and lactation period and ensure increased institutional deliveries and safe motherhood and full Immunization of the child
o Registration of Pregnancy at Public Health Facility.
At least 2 ANC check-ups by the MO with IFA tablets and TT.
Rs. 5000/- For Baby Girl
Rs. 4000/- For Baby Boy
o Delivery in Public Health Institution.
o The Child has to receive BCG, OPV 0 dose and Birth Dose of Hep.B.
KCR Kit will also be given.
o Child has to receive OPV 1, 2 & 3 and IPV 1 & 2 doses.
o Child has to receive Pentavalent 1, 2, 3doses.
At the age of child 3 ½ Month.
o Child has to receive measles vaccine, Vit A and JE 1st dose at the age of
child 9 months.
National Aids Control Programme
NACO envisions an India where every person living with HIV has access to quality care and is treated with dignity. Effective prevention, care and support for HIV/AIDS is possible in an environment where human rights are respected and where those infected or affected by HIV/AIDS live a life without stigma and discrimination.
NACO has taken measures to ensure that people living with HIV have equal access to quality health services. By fostering close collaboration with NGOs, women’s self-help groups, faith-based organisations, positive people’s networks and communities, NACO hopes to improve access and accountability of the services. It stands committed to building an enabling environment wherein those infected and affected by HIV play a central role in all responses to the epidemic – at state, district and grassroot level.
NACO is thus committed to contain the spread of HIV in India by building an all-encompassing response reaching out to diverse populations. We endeavour to provide people with accurate, complete and consistent information about HIV, promote use of condoms for protection, and emphasise treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. NACO works to motivate men and women for a responsible sexual behaviour.
NACO believes that people need to be aware, motivated, equipped and empowered with knowledge so that they can protect themselves from the impact of HIV. We confront a stark realty – HIV can happen to any of us. Our hope is that anyone can be saved from the infection with appropriate information on prevention. NACO is built on a foundation of care and support, and is committed to consistently fabricate strategic responses for combating HIV/AIDS situation in India.
- Building an integrated response by reaching out to diverse populations.
- A National AIDS Control Programme that is firmly rooted in evidence-based planning.
- Achievement of development objective
- Regular dissemination of transparent estimates on the spread and prevalence of HIV/AIDS
- Building an India where every person is safe from HIV/AIDS
- Building partnerships
- An India where every person has accurate knowledge about HIV and contributes towards eradicating stigma and discrimination
- An India where every pregnant woman living with HIV has the choice to bring an HIV free baby into the world
- An India where every person has access to Integrated Counselling & Testing Centres (ICTCs)
- An India where every person living with HIV is treated with dignity and has access to quality care
- An India where every person will eventually live a healthy and safe life, supported by technological advances
- An India where every person who is highly vulnerable to HIV is heard and reached out to
Universal Immunization Programme
Immunization Programme in India was introduced in 1978 as ‘Expanded Programme of Immunization’ (EPI) by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. In 1985, the programme was modified as ‘Universal Immunization Programme’ (UIP) to be implemented in phased manner to cover all districts in the country by 1989-90 with the one of largest health programme in the world.
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India provides several vaccines to infants, children and pregnant women through the Universal Immunisation Programme.
Immunization is the process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by the administration of a vaccine. Vaccines are substances that stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect the person against subsequent infection or disease.
Vaccines provided under UIP:
- About-BCG stands for Bacillus Calmette-Guerin It is given to infants to protect them from tubercular meningitis and disseminated TB.
- When to give– BCG vaccine is given at birth or as early as possible till 1 year of age.
- Route and site- BCG is given as intradermal injection in left upper arm.
- About-OPV stands for Oral Polio Vaccine. It protects children from poliomylitis.
- When to give-OPV is given at birth called zero dose and three doses are given at 6, 10 and 14 weeks. A booster dose is given at 16-24 months of age.
- Route and site– OPV is given orally in the form of two drops.
Hepatitis B vaccine
- About– Hepatitis B vaccine protects from Hepatitis B virus infection.
- When to give- Hepatitis B vaccine is given at birth or as early as possible within 24 hours. Subsequently 3 dose are given at 6, 10 and 14 weeks in combination with DPT and Hib in the form of pentavalent vaccine.
- Route and site-Intramuscular injection is given at anterolateral side of mid thigh
- About-Pentavalent vaccine is a combined vaccine to protect children from five diseases Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertusis, Haemophilis influenza type b infection and Hepatitis B.
- When to give – Three doses are given at 6, 10 and 14 weeks of age (can be given till one year of age).
- Route and site-Pentavalent vaccine is given intramuscularly on anterolateral side of mid thigh
- About-RVV stands for Rotavirus vaccine. It gives protection to infants and children against rotavirus diarrhoea. It is given in select states.
- When to give – Three doses of vaccine are given at 6, 10, 14 weeks of age.
- Route and site-5 drops of vaccine are given orally.
- About- PCV stands for Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine. It protects infants and young children against disease caused by the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae. It is given in select states.
- When to give – The vaccine is given as two primary doses at 6 & 14 weeks of age followed by a booster dose at 9 months of age
- Route and site-PCV is given as intramuscular (IM) injection in outer right upper thigh. It should be noted that pentavalent vaccine and PCV are given as two separate injections into opposite thighs.
- About– fIPV stands for Fractional Inactivated Poliomylitis Vaccine. It is used to boost the protection against poliomylitis.
- When to give- Two fractional doses of IVP are given intradermally at 6 and 14 weeks of age.
- Route and site-It is given as intradermal injection at right upper arm.
Measles/ MR vaccine
- About-Measles vaccine is used to protect children from measles. In few states Measles and Rubella a combined vaccine is given to protect from Measles and Rubella infection.
- When to given- First dose of Measles or MR vaccine is given at 9 completed months to 12 months (vaccine can be given up to 5 years if not given at 9-12 months age) and second dose is given at 16-24 months.
- Route and site –Measles Vaccine is given as subcutaneous injection in right upper arm.
- About- JE stands for Japanese encephalitis It gives protection against Japanese Encephalitis disease. JE vaccine is given in select districts endemic for JE.
- When to given- JE vaccine is given in two doses first dose is given at 9 completed months-12 months of age and second dose at 16-24 months of age.
- Route and site- It is given as subcutaneous injection.
- About-DPT is a combined vaccine; it protects children from Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis.
- When to give-DPT vaccine is given at 16-24 months of age is called as DPT first booster and DPT 2nd booster is given at 5-6 years of age.
- Route and site- DPT first booster is given as intramuscular injection in antero-lateral side of mid thigh in left leg. DPT second booster is given as intramuscular injection in left upper arm.
- About-Tetanus toxoid vaccine is used to provide protection against tetanus.
- When to give– Tetanus toxoid vaccine is given at 10 years and 15 years of age when previous injections of pentavalent vaccine and DPT vaccine are given at scheduled age.
- Pregnant women-TT-1 is given early in pregnancy; and TT-2 is given 4 weeks after TT-1.TT booster is given when two doses of TT are given in a pregnancy in last three years.
- Route and site– TT is given as Intramuscular injection in upper arm.
Non Communicable Diseases:
National Programme on Prevention and Control of Diabetes CVD and Stroke
States have already initiated some of the activities for prevention and control of non communicable diseases (NCDs) especially cancer, diabetes, CVDs and stroke. The Central Govt. proposes to supplement their efforts by providing technical and financial support through National Program for Prevention and Control of Cancer, Diabetes, CVD and Stroke( NPCDCS).
- Prevent and control common NCDs through behavior and lifestyle changes,
- Provide early diagnosis and management of common NCDs,
- Build capacity at various levels of health care for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of common NCDs,
- Train human resource within the public health setup viz doctors, paramedics and nursing staff to cope with the increasing burden of NCDs
- Establish and develop capacity for palliative and rehabilitative care.
- COVID 19 CONTROL MEASURES:
Nodal Officer:Dr.Sathish, CAS& Chest Physician-Cell No.8317585607
- In view of the covid 19 pandamic condition 10 bedded Isolation ward and (2) bedded ICU ward was established at District Hospital, Mahabubabad and (40) bedded isolation ward at Community Health centre, Gudur was established and giving treatment to the needy patientsCONTACT US
SADAREM CERTIFICATES:Chairmen Superintendent Dist Head Quarters
SADAREM certificates are issued to eligible disabled persons at District Hospital, Mahabubabad.
SNCU: Nodal Officer:dr.B.Jagadeeshwar-Cell No.8008553224
(20) bedded Special New Born care services are available in District Hospital Mahabubabad
DIALYSIS: Nodal Officer Dr.Balu Naik:Cell.No.9849303733
(05) bedded dialysis centre is available in District Hospital Mahabubabad and providing services to the needy patients.
ICU: Incharge Dr;CH.Ramesh: Cell No.9000284695
(10) bedded Intensive care Unit is available in District Hospital Mahabubabad.
Nodal Officer:Dr.Bhavani:Cell No.9908842952
Fully Equipped blood bank is available to giving better services to patients 24*7
DISTRICT MEDICAL BOARD
District Medical Board is functioning under Chairmanship of superintendent with Specialty team of doctors.
Total free of Cost treatment including investigations drugs, surgeries
Aarea Hospital, Mahabubabad, & CHC Gudur
Sai Security services, Contractor Venkatesh: 8555900837-
Varun-Supervisor , Area Hospital Mahabubabad–Cell No.7569070007
Venu-Supervisor, CHC Gudur-9030693148
Following services available :
- Security Guards
- Patient Care
MECHONAIZED LANDRY :
Automatic washing of Bed sheets, Linins
Arogyasree Diet , JSSK Diet , Patient Diet
Area Hospital, Mahabubabad
CC Cameras, Inter come phone facilities, Purified water supply
CC Cameras, Purified water supply
Two ambulances are available at District Hospital Mahabubabad and One Ambulance at Community Health Centre Gudur to shift the emergency cases to higher institutions.
3 Generators are available at Area Hospital, Mahabubabad and 1 Generator at CHC Gudur