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Dist Medical & Health Office

 


THE DISTRICT MEDICAL & HEALTH OFFICE, RANGA REDDY DISRICT.

 

          Primary Health Care and Family Welfare Programmes are being implemented in the District through 48 Primary Health Centers and 399 Sub-Centers and also Seven Urban Health Centers. New PHCs are sanction vide G.O.Ms.No:77, dated 04.04.2012. Out of 48 PHCs only 2PHCs are functioning in rented buildings (Abdullapurmet & Dubbacherla) and Sub centers115 in Govt. buildings,5 under construction and proposed 13(266 in rented).

Performance Indicators on 24x7 MCH Centres PHCs and CHCs:-

  • ANC Registration: All the Pregnant Women are registered to provide maternal care services and identify High Risk cases & refer to Govt.Institutionsfor safe delivery.

  • Child Immunization Programme: The OPV,Hep-B 0 dose and BCG vaccine is given to all new born babies DPT Polio and Hepatitis-B vaccination  in three doses within 18 weeks of infants and Measles and Vitamin-A given to 9 months to 5 years through Immunization sessions on every Wednesday and Saturday.
  • JSY scheme is being implemented  from 1stNovember 2005 to increase Government Institutional Deliveries there by reduce infant and mortality rates under this scheme cash incentive Rs.1000/- is provided to all BPL pregnant women women.
  • Family Planning Programme: Under this scheme Family planning operations are conducted regularly in all 24x7 PHCs every week and DPL camps arranged regularly.

Under Mother and Child Health Services (MCH):- up to August-2013:-

  •  The total 41,075 (87%) Pregnant Mothers Registered (47,215). Given all ANC Services, TT Injections, IFA Tablets and 4 Medical checkups. The total institutional deliveries 34,775 and in Govt. Hospitals 34,554 (99%) and 221 Home deliveries.

Family Planning Programme: - up to August-2013:-

  • Total Sterilization 9,478 (Tubectomy 9,417+Vasectomy 61) cases operated out of target 16,667 that is 57%. Coper T Insertions 6,600 (72%). Oral pills 18,399 users (66%) and CC users (Condom) 37,772 (75%).

RNTCP:-                        

  • Total population covered under RNTCP 53,71,655
  • 10 TU units and 49 DMC’s functioning under RNTCP.
  • Date of implementation – October 2000 with 6 TB Units.
  • DOTS Plus treatment started from 2008
  • 4 Medical colleges (Private) are participating in RNTCP Programme.
  • NGO’s  participation :
  • SivanandaRehabilitation home (TB Unit Scheme) TB Unit.  
  • Blue peter research centre (DMC Scheme) DMC & DOTS.
  • DivyaDishaAxshyaIndia Project (TB Alert),Population
  • Health Services (India) (TB Advocacy, Communication  and Social mobilization scheme).

Performance Report April 2013 to August 2013:-

  • TB Suspects examined for diagnosed                         9265
  • new smear positives diagnosed                                  1897
  • Total case detection                                                  2374
  • New smear positive cases                                          1029
  • Cure rate -                                                                87%
  • Conversion  rate                                                        92%
  • TB-HIV  tested                                                         2291/2374 (96%)
  • TB-HIV Diagnosed / Put on ART                               398/153
  • Total MDR on hand cases                                          202
  • TB Notified cases                                                      63  
  • ASHA workers, Anganwaditeachers & SHG members being used as DOT providers.

NVBDCP-Status Report :-( Vector Born Diseases)

  • 1,45,700 Blood Smears Collected and Screened for Malaria up to August 2013 and detected 33 Positive Cases of Malaria. The same were treated. Dengue Positive 2 cases, Chikun gunea 10 cases detected and treated. No JE cases reported.

Action Taken During    2012-13:-

  • Complete Radical Treatment was given to All the Malaria Positive Cases.
  • House to House Fever Survey was conducted in and around fifty houses of Positive case detected house, contact and mass Blood Smears were collected, examined.
  • All the Remedial measures like Anti-Larval Operations, Pyrethrum Space Spray are being taken up regularly.
  • During House to House visits the Field Staff are explaining the house holds about emptying of water containers to avoid mosquito breeding.
  • As the transmission of Vector Borne Diseases related to the monsoon season the District Medical and Health authority have alerted departmental personnel prior to the transmission season for effective prevention and control of Vector Borne  Diseases.
  • During the review meetings the Medical Officers and Health personnel were briefed about the Prevention and Control of Vector Borne Diseases.
  • All the Senior Public Health Officers of the Community Health Nutrition Centers and Medical Officers of the Primary Health Centers have been instructed to strengthen the Surveillance activities for early detection of Vector Borne Disease and their control.
  • Creating the awareness in the community by organizing mass awareness campaign, seasonal sanitation drives with the co-ordination of local bodies and other line departments.
  • Due to the seasonal variation more number of Viral Fevers reported during  July and August months in the year 2012.
  • Due to enhanced surveillance activities sera samples were collected and tested from all the suspected cases of Dengue.
  • Whenever Dengue positives were detected, all the remedial measures were taken immediately in affected areas.
  • All the SPHOs of CHNCs and MOs of PHCs were instructed to be more vigilant about the spread of Vector borne Diseases and to take up necessary measures on war foot basis for their prevention & control.
  • The required Drugs, Anti Malarias, Disinfectants are supplied to all the PHCs to meet emergencies. The situation is being monitored through the epidemic cell from the DMHO office.
  • Further regular review meetings are being conducted with all the SPHOs fortnightly to monitor the Disease control.
  • The Commissioner, GHMC Hyderabad is conducting weekly review to monitor the situation in urban areas of Rangareddy District which comes under the GHMC area. 

Water Born Diseases:-

  • Up to August 2013, The Health camps conducted -510. Acute Diarrhoeal Diseases Sporadic cases71,126 cases+169 reported in outbreaks. Swine flu (H1N1) cases 11, cholera 7 cases reported. The Health Education and preventive measures are continuously conducting in all sub-centers and PHCs.

Action Taken On Water Born Diseases  :-  2013

  • No of ORS packets distributed is 1,17,819..
  • No. of Chlorine Tablets Distributed ..1,25,380.
  • Periodical Chlorination  Test for Residual Chlorine by  Para-Medical personnel, in the year 2012-13 No. of 54,795... Residual Chlorine tests done.
  • Regular collection and testing of Water Samples  and  Stool Samples are collected by the IPM for Bacteriological Test in the year 2013.
  • Guidelines and calendar of activities to the District Collector for review on prevention and control of G.E., Diarrhea were communicated by this office.

Activities undertaken:-

  • No. of leprosy colonies in the district:  6
  • No. of Clinics conducted in Leprosy colonies:  120
  • RES done/cases diagnosed :  1 /2
  • Dist. Level  Review meetings facilitated: 5
  • No. of cases Validated by DNT:  170

 

Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP):-

1. District Surveillance Unit:-

  • The District Surveillance Unit consists of District Surveillance Officer, District Epidemiologist, Data Manager, and Data Entry Operator. The unit is functional.

2.District Surveillance Committee:-

  •      District Surveillance Committee is formed under the chairmanship of the District
  •      Collector to monitor various activities under IDSP.
  •      Last District Surveillance Committee Meeting held on 02.02.2013. 

3. Reporting Units:-

  • PHCs…………………………...….48
  • CHCs………………………......….10
  • Urban Health Center………......…..07
  • P.P.Units……………………..……02
  • GCH ……………...…………....…01
  • District Hospital……………..…….01
  • Area Hospitals………………...…..01

4. Reporting Status:-

  • Out of 70 reporting units 68 units are reporting through Formats -      Form P,
  • Out of 441 reporting units 438 units are reporting through Formats –  Form S
  • Out of 70 reporting units 62 units are reporting through Formats -       Form L
  • Out of 70 reporting units 50% units are reporting through Phone.

5. Training under IDSP:-

  • SPHO’s & Medical Officers Trained…………….……..….22
  • Health workers Trained……………………..................... Nil
  • Pharmacists trained in SMS technique……………………. Nil
  • Lab. technicians trained in SMS technique………….……. Nil
  • Paramedical Staff training in SMS techniques……………. Nil

6. Reporting Formats and Equipment:-

  • “S” forms, “P” forms, “L” forms Flexes are supplied to the reporting units by the State Surveillance Unit through District.
  • Consumables for the laboratories are also supplied by the State Surveillance Unit as and  when required
  • “S” forms, “P” forms, “L” forms were available in the district Surveillance Unit.

7. MOU (Memorandum of understanding) with Medical Colleges:-

  • The District had an Memorandum of understanding with Gandhi Medical College, Secundrabadto provide information about identified diseases by the various departments and laboratories spread over in the Gandhi Hospital.

8. DOIT (District Out break Investigation Team):-

  •  District Out break Investigation Team for RangaReddy District is constituted to  investigate any outbreak and to provide recommendation for control and prevent    such  outbreaks again in the district. The following are the members of the team:
  • Professor & HOD, SPM Department, GMC, Secundrabad.
  • Professor & HOD, Microbiology, GMC, Secundrabad.
  • Professor & HOD, Medicine , GMC, Secundrabad
  • District Malaria Officer, R.R.District.
  • District Surveillance Officer, R.R.District.

 

Human Resource:-

  • Ophthalmologists in Govt. Sector:                          4
  • Paramedical Ophthalmic Officers in Govt. Sector:  18

Stake Holders:-

  • Govt. Sector Hospitals:….                       5
  • NGO Base Hospitals:….                         20
  • Private Medical Practitioners:….             24

 

Performance 2012-13 &2013-14

  • Cataract Surgeries                              2012-13           2013-14(upto August)
  • Cataract Surgeries                               32435              7020
  • School Children Screened                    75488              4207
  • Spectacles Distributed                          8951
  • Eye Balls Collected                                 46                 25
  • Awareness Campaigns Conducted           17                  6          

NRHM Achievements

  • NRHM Launched in April 2005 By Hon’ble Prime Minister Sri Manmohan Singh.
  • In AP it was launched in November 2005.
  • NRHM Goals & Status

 

ASHAs

  • Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) is one of the important interventions under RCH-II Project. Selection of 1630 ASHAs during the mission period including urban ASHAs  through Gram Panchayat Health Committees and given 21 days institutional training and 7 days field training at PHC level and positioned in the habitation level. She will act as a mobilizer, facilitator and link volunteer between ANM at Sub-center, Anganwadi worker and community in the village level.

Janani Suraksha Yojana :-

  • Launched this program on 22-10-2011 under this scheme every BPL pregnant women will get all tests free , diet for 3 days and transportation to the hospital and drop back facility after delivery.
  • Free treatment of sick new born , transportation to the hospital and drop back facility after treatment up to one month.

CEMONC Centers:-

  • In order to achieve these objectives, one of the major schemes started under the Project is to strengthen selected First Referral Unit (FRU) Hospitals “Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric & Neonatal Care” (CEMONC) Centers; The following are the CEMONC Centres in the district

24 Hours MCH Centres:-

      Objective:

  • To provide 24hr delivery services both normal and assisted.
  •  Essential Newborn care, Antenatal, Postnatal services, MTP services
  • Family Planning services
  •  RTI/STI services and availability of  Lab facilities
  •  Referral emergencies
  • Ensure availability of staff on duty for 24hrs

Family Planning:-

  • This is the most important program under NRHM which has helped in many helped rural poor.
  • Vasectomy: Rs. 1100/- Tubectomy : Rs. 880/-  for Beneficiaries

 Exgratia Assistance (Family Planning)

  • Finacial Details                                 2013-14
  • Opening Balance                              84,99,803/-    
  • Release From CFW                          1,48,64,000/-
  • Release to PHC's                             51,29,450/-    
  • Expenditure                                     60,54,465/-
  • Closing Balance                              1,73,09,338/-

NRHM:- (up to August-13)

  • Under Janani Suraksha Yojana(JSY) 1798 Beneficiaries paid @ 1000/- for institutional deliveries BPL families. Under HDS funds Rs,20,00,000 released to CHC/PHCs GP sanitation funds Rs-70,50,000 is released @ 10000/- each 705 GPs.

NRHM Additionalties:-

VHSC /Untied Funds

  • Each Grama Panchayat is provided with Rs. 10,000/- per Annum.
  • For conducting household surveys, village health plans, sanitation drives etc., as per the Guidelines
  • Each sub center is provided with Rs 10,000 as untied fund.
  • Decisions on activities for which the funds are to be spent will be approved by the sub centre untied fund expenditure committee as per the Guidelines.

IEC / BCC Activities:-

  • The following IEC Activities are conducting in the district for health promotion and to create awareness about health & Family

    Welfare programmes.

  • MCH & Immunization awareness activities are regular in every sub-centre by IPC (Inter Personal Communication) method.
  • Epidemics & Seasonal diseases awareness programme “Friday is   Driday” activities on every Friday in every sub- centre.
  • Age at marriage IEC activities rally & meetings with stake holders  conducting in all Sub-centres / Grampanchayth level preferably in High Schools.
  •   Family Planning methods promotion, special NSV campaign is taken up  through MPHA(M) and Supervisory staff to increase the NSV performance.
  •   Save the girl child & PCPNDT Act awareness activities are going on by    using CH&FW supplied posters in all Sub-Centres, PHCs, UHCs and AWCs, etc…
  • Age at marriage IEC activities rally & meetings with stake holders   conducting in all Sub-centres / Grampanchayth level preferably in High Schools.
  •   Family Planning methods promotion, special NSV campaign is taken up 

Govt. Health Schemes:-

  •  Maarpu- To Strengthen the Health facilities at PHCs/ CHCs etc.. the M10,N10, ALPHA 10-Interventions have provided to improve the Community participation and utilization with standard services.

Minimum 10 :-

  1. Water : Provision of drinking water (Tap Water) b) Provision of Bore Well water.. c) Provision of R.O (costing up to Rs.18,000=00) for drinking water. District Collector sanctioned Rs.66 Lakhs to RWS Engineers, Kindly pursue and submit the report.
  2. Toilets : Western (European Type) Toilets & Women toilets are very much needed in the labour room. HDS funds should be utilized. Clean Toilets with tiled floor % walls shall be ensured.
  3. Power Supply : a) Invertors should be purchased from HDS funds. At least emergency lights must be available in every ward, lab etc. b) Generators repairs/ Purchase can be done from HDS funds. Consumption of kerosene/ Diesel per month should be estimated and submitted to DM&HO office for supply from DSO.
  4. Waiting Hall: Waiting Hall for the patients should be provided by requesting philanthropists and public sector undertaking. Minimum HDS funds can be utilized. Sufficient chairs/benches for patients shall be procured.
  5. Tiles : Tiles for the labour room toilets should be provided from HDS funds.
  6. IEC Material : Pleasant IEC material should be displayed in the Labour room, Wards and PHC. O/o the DM&HO will supply IEC material.
  7. Watchman & :a) Watchman and Sweeper can be taken on temporary Sweeper basis, where there is no provision. Each person can be paid up to Rs.2000/- per month. AMG funds can be utilized. b) Part Time Wrokers @ Rs.1000/- per month is advisable.
  8. Mattresses, Cots : Durable Mattress which are repairable can be repaired. Badly damaged ones are purchased with reasonable rates after following the procedure as done by Superintendent, Tandur, purchase can be made from Govt. Board, a Govt. Agency. HDS funds can be utilized.
  9. Mosquito Meshes: Mosquito Meshes shall be fixed to windows & doors. Curtains and Screens shall be procured.
  10. Nebulisers, B.P : Shall be maintained in required quantity. Apparatus, Foetal Dopplers, O.P/I.P Registers, Case Sheets, Weighing Machines

Next-10:-

  1.  Outsourcing of Data Entry Operators for Rs.4500/- p.m & hiring of laptops until establishment of Internet connection with computer in PHCs/CHCs. SPHOs may identify suitable candidates who reside locally. A professional test will be conducted before selection. SC, ST, Women, Physically Handicapped shall be represented as per roster.
  2. Waiting Hall with T.V, Chairs, IEC Material, Fans, drinking water.
  3. Tracking of ANC visits on Monday & Friday (High risk pregnancy cases).
  4. a) Early Pregnancy b) Anemia (HB, T.B, HIV screening) c) High B.P d) Sugar in urine e) Edema feet f) Heart Disease g) Convulsions h) Issue of IFA tablets i) Elderly & Multi gravid, Post Caesarian etcâ?¦ MCH card to be updated scrupulously & next date of visit to be mentioned clearly by M.O for high risk cases, ANC must be called more number of times than normal 4 ANC visits.
  5. Effective Referral system shall be in place & proper follow up shall be done.
  6. Tracking of the performance of each PHC staff i) a) Medical Officer, b) Staff Nurse, c) ANM wise, d) Lab Technician, e) Other Staff ii) Performance Parameters: Immunization, PHC deliveries, O.P, I.P, HIV +ve deliveries, T.B identification, MTP, Number of referrals, Connected referrals & MGT or EDD, use of 108, Use of Amrutha Hastham programme etc.
  7. Maintenance of the equipment under use (A check list for maintenance shall be followed â?? M&H Department has given a good check list for labour room maintenance)
  8.  Solar Heaters for all PHCs.
  9. Arogya Shri facilities in PHCs/CHCs (Surgeries) â?? Plan for future.
  10.  Lighting, Coloring, garden/Porch/benches for PHCs/CHCs (DM&HO to release additional amount Rs.75,000/- per PHCs & Rs.1,00,000/- per CHCs under Annual Maintenance Grants from available funds)  Depending on number of deliveries done, Semi auto analysers, U.S. Scan, Boyleâ??s Apparatus, O.Ts and ECG etc will be provided. i) Birth Waiting Halls ii) Solar Heaters iii) Tiles (Pavement) iv) Waiting Sheds v) Televisions vi) Cots â?? Bed side Stand â?? Screen.

ALPHA-10:-

  • A  :-   Accommodation : Birth Waiting Hall, Admission (2) days prior admission to delivery
  • B  :-   Boiled Water : Solar Heaters are provided to give hot water bath to Mother & Child
  • C  :-   Conceiving Facilities: a) Clean Surface (Tiled Labour Room) b) Clean Hands (Gloved Hands) c) Clean Blade (Sterile Surgical Blade) d) Clean Thread (Sterile Thread) e) Clean Stump (Sterile umbilical end) f) Clean Cloth (Sterile White Cloth)
  • D   :-   Drinking Water : R.O. Filter water for drinking
  • E   :-  Entertainment : Television Facility
  • F   :- Friendly atmosphere : PHC, ICDS, Mahila Samakyas will be interacting with Pregnant Women in friendly manner
  • G  :- Govt. Schemes a) JSY : Rural Women receives Rs.1000/- Cheque upto (2) deliveries (i.e. BPL People) Urban Women will receive Rs.600/- Cheque upto (2) Deliveries (i.e. BPL People) b) JSSK : Free & Cash Less delivery, Free Transport, Free Blood Transfusion, Free Food, Free Return Transport of Rs.500/- worth
  • H  :-  Handloom (Baby Kit) : With kindness of Honâ??ble Minister for Handloom & Textiles subsidy given for Baby Kit. Funds from APIIC. (13) items will be given in Baby Kit to Mother for baby prepared by Mahila Samakyas.
  • I  :-  Immunization: Zero Based Immunization will be provided in the Govt. Institution within 24 Hours of the birth. (i.e BCG, OPV, Hep-B)
  • J  :-  Joyful : Joy to the Mother, Child, Family ,Medical ICDS and Mahila Samakyas members

 

FDHS – 104 Services, Ranga Reddy District.

  •    Currently FDHS (Fixed Day Health Services), 104 Services is run by the District Collector under the supervision of District Medical & Health Officer.
  •  There are 14 vehicles of 104 Services in the district assigned to 11 CHNCs as furnished below :-

    CHNC Name   No of Vehicles Allotted:-

  1. Tandur                        2
  2. Marpally                      1
  3. Vikarabad                    1
  4. Pargi                           2
  5. Chevella                      2
  6. Maheswaram               1
  7. Shamshabad                1
  8. Ibrahimpatnam             1
  9. Hayatnagar                  1
  10. Ghatkesar                    1
  11. Medchal                      1

          TOTAL                     14

  • There are currently 82 members of staff working (van staff & administrative staff) maintained by an outsourcing agency.
  • A total of 850 fixed day clinics are been conducted covering 41 PHCs, 32 Mandals and with a coverage of 17,88,926 Population on an average in a month.
  • Services rendered at the fixed day clinics are free lab tests & distribution of medicines to ANCs, PNCs, Chronic Diseases, Infants, Children & other minor cases of the rural population

 Beneficiaries Served Details:-

  • Till Date a total of  4,46,381 beneficiaries had been served from  1ST Jan 2013  to  31st AUG - 2013.       

Sl.

No

 

Beneficiaries Types

 

No. Beneficiaries

1

Pregnant Women

32,879

2

PNC

10,998

3

Postnatal’s

956

4

Infants

1,025

5

Children

28,101

6

CDs(Chronic Diseases)

1,86,609

7

School Students

55,149

8

Others

95,616

9

Blood Tests

90,197

                                         District Health Profile

Sl.

No.

Services

Number of Unites

1

No of Mandals

37

2

No. of Villages

1055

3

No. of Grampanchayats

705

4

No. of PHCs

48

5

No.of Sub-centres

399

6

No. of CHCs

7 (3 APVVP+4DH)

7

No. of Area Hospitals

2 (APVVP)

8

No. of District Hospitals

1 (do)

9

Urban Health Centers (Urban)

7 (All Contract)

10

Round the Clock PHCs (24x7)

21 PHC + 7 UHCs

11

Dist. TB Centers

1(Dabilpura)

12

TB Clinics

1 ( Tandur)

13

Ayurvedic Dispensaries

12 (PHCs)

14

Unany  Dispensaries

15 (PHCs)

15

Homeopathy

7(PHCs)

16

CEMONC Centers

5

17

108 Ambulances

40

18

104 FDHS Vehicles

14

 

 

PHCs, UHCs, GCHs, PP UNITs, and CHNCS In The District.

Primary Health Centers in the District

Sl.

No.

Name of The  PHC

Address of the PHC

1

PHC Yalal

Yalal, Tandur, R.R. District - 501144.

2

PHC Quthbullapur

Quthbullapur,  R.R. District - 500855

3

PHC Bantwaram

Bantwaram, Marpally Mandal, R.R.District-500106

4

PHC Serilingamapally

 Sarilingampally, R.R. District - 500133

5

PHC Saroornagar

Saroornagar, R.R. District – 500035

6

PHC Moinabad

Moinabad, R.R. District – 501504

7

PHC  Keesara

Keesara, R.R. District – 501301

8

PHC Kandukur

Kandukur, R.R. District – 501359

9

PHC Kulkacheral

Kulkacherla, R.R. District – 501158

10

PHC Gandeed

Gandeed,Mahaboobnagar (Via), R.R. District - 50933

11

PHC Manchal

Manchal, Ibrahimpatnam, R.R. District- 501508

12

 PHC Nawabpet

Nawabpet, Vikarabad (M), R.R. District – 501111

13

 PHC Balanagar

Balangar, R.R. District – 500042

14

PHC Uppal

Uppal, R.R. District – 500039

15

PHC Shankerpally

Shankerpally, R.R. District – 501203

16

PHC Pudur

Pudur, Vikarabad, R.R. District – 501 109

17

PHC Yacharam

Yacharam, Ibrahimpatnam, R.R. District – 501 509

18

PHC Shamirpet

Shamirpet, Medchal, R.R. District – 500014

19

PHC Doma

Doma, Parigi(M), R.R. District – 501502

20

PHC Peddemul

Peddemul, Tandur(M), R.R. District – 501142

21

PHC Mominpet

Mominpet, Vikarabae, R.R. District – 501202

22

PHC Narsingi

Narsingi, R.R. District – 500171

23

PHC Mohammadabad

Mohammadabad, R.R. District – 509337

24

PHC Gingurthy

Gingurthy, Tandur, R.R. District – 501141

25

PHC Aloor

Aloor, Chevella(M), R.R. District – 501503

26

PHC Tangutoor

Tangutoor, Shankerpally(M), R.R. District – 501203

27

PHC Dandumailaram

Dandumailaram, Ibrahimpatnam(M), R.R. District – 501506

28

PHC Sidduloor

Sidduloor, Vikabarabad(M), R.R. District – 501111

29

PHC Chengomul

Chengomul, Vikarabad(M), R.R. District – 501109

30

PHC Srirangavaram

Srirangavaram, Medchal (M), R.R. District – 500043

31

PHC Chandanvally

Chandanvally, Shabad (M), R.R. District – 509217

32

PHC Nagasamundram

Nagasamundram, Dharoor (M), R.R. District – 501106

33

PHC Narapally

Narapally, Ghatkesar (M), R.R. District – 501301

34

PHC Jawaharnagar

Jawaharnagar, Medchal(M), R.R. District – 500087

35

PHC Peddashapur

Peddashapur, Shamshabad (M), R.R. District – 501218

36

PHC Dundigal

Dundigal, Quthbullapur(M), R.R. District – 500855

37

PHC Chityal

Chityal, Parigi(M), R.R. District – 501502

38

PHC Patloor

Patloor, Marpally(M), R.R. District – 501506

39

PHC Balapur

Balapur, Saroornagar(M), R.R. District – 500035

40

PHC Narkoda

Narkoda, Shamshabad (M), R.R. District – 501218

41

PHC Abdullapur

Abdullapur, Hayathnagar (M), R.R. District – 501505

42

PHC Dubbacherla

Dubbacherla, Maheshwaram (M), R.R. District - 501359

 

 


 GCHs in the District

Sl.

No.

Name of The  GCH

Address of the  GCH

1

GCH Basheerabad

Basheerabad, Tandur(M), R.R. District – 501143

2

GCH Alwal

Alwal, R.R. District – 500010

3

GCH Dharur

Dharur, R.R. District – 501106

4

GCH Malkajigiri

Malkajigiri, R.R. District – 500047

5

GCH Shabad

Shabad, R.R. District - 50506

6

GCD Arutla

Arutla, R.R. District - 501506

 

 

CHNCs in the District

Sl.

No.

Name of The  CHNC

Address of the  CHNC

1

CHNC Ibrahimpatnam

Ibrahimpatnam, R.R. District – 501506

2

CHNC Medchal

Medchal, R.R. District – 501401

3

CHNC Shamshabad

Shamshabad, R.R. District – 501215

4

CHNC Marpally

Marpally, R.R. District – 501106

5

CHNC Chevella

Chevella, R.R. District – 501503

6

CHNC Hayathnagar

Hayathnagar, R.R. District 501359

7

CHNC Maheshwaram

Maheshwaram, R.R. District – 501359

8

CHCN Parigi

Parigi, R.R. District – 501501

9

CHNC Ghatkesar

Ghatkesar, R.R. District – 501301

10

CHNC Tandur

Tandur, R.R. District – 501141

11

CHNC Vikarabad

Vikaraba, R.R. District - 501101

 

PP Units in the District

Sl.

No.

Name of The  PP Unit

Address of the  PP Unit

1

PP Unit  Ibrahimpatnam

Ibrahimpatnam, R. R. District - 501506

2

PP Unit Tandur

Tandur, R. R. District - 501141

 

UHCs in the District

Sl.

No.

Name of The  UHC

Address of the  UHC

1

UHC Venkat Reddy Nagar

 Venkat Reddy Nagar , Ramanthapur (M)

Ranga Reddy District – 500013

2

UHC Vinayaknagar

Vinayaknagar, Malkajigiri, R.R. District – 500047

3

UHC Hafeezpet

Hafeezpet, Serilingampaly, R. R. District – 500133

4

UHC Mallapur

Mallapur, Kapra(M), ECIL X Road,

Ranga Reddy Distric t- 500050

5

 UHC Mansoorabad

Mansoorabad, NTR Nagar, L.B. Nagar (M)

Ranga Reddy Dsitrict – 500 070

6

UCH Parvathnagar

Parvathnagar, Kukatpally, R.R. District - 500072


PHC Medical Officers Contact Numbers, Ranga Reddy District.

Sl.No.

Name of the PHC

Medical Officer Name

Mobile No.

1

PHC ALOOR

Dr.P.Rajitha

9494837309

2

PHC ARUTLA

Dr.K.L.Purna latha

9533233175

3

PHC BALANAGAR

Dr.Nippa Devi

9440161907

4

PHC DANDUMAILARAM

Dr.C.Mahipal Reddy

9396213175

5

PHC MANCHAL

Dr.K.Madhan

9676533658

6

PHC MOINABAD

Dr.Ragamalika

9849364181

7

PHC BALAPUR

Dr.J.Kranthi

8008554353

8

PHC YALAL

Dr.S.Srinivas

9618225922

9

PHC NAWABPET

Dr.Hareeb sahan

8466911920

10

PHC GINGURTY

Dr.D.Sandhya rao

8106888811

11

PHC NAGASAMUNDER

Dr.M. Revathi

9703082118

12

PHC SHANKER PALLY

Dr.K.Swarnalatha

9652517787

13

PHC SHABAD

Dr.J.Swetha

9491341809

14

PHC DOMA

Dr.T.Fathima

9000436333

15

PHC SHAMIRPET

Dr.R.Pushpa

9885508574

16

UHC HAFEEZPET

Dr.Janaki shirisha

9948590467

17

PHC SHERILINGAM PALLY

Dr.P.Gnagabhavani

9160002085

18

PHC SRIRANGAVARAM

Dr.K.Anand

9848046387

19

PHC UPPAL

Dr.Nagarjuna rao

9030087615

20

PHC YACHARAM

Dr.C.Vijaya kumari

9848025582

21

PHC ABDULLAPURMET

Dr.B.Dharani kumar

9440517198

22

PHC JAWAHAR NAGAR

Dr.M.Srinivas

9440867689

23

PHC NARSINGI

Dr.T.Padmaja

9948979000

24

PHC MOMINPET

Dr.V.Saibaba

9603154832

25

PHC BANTWARAM

Dr.K.Shasidhar

9985763707

26

PHC CHENGOMUL

Dr.Mohdghouse mohinuddin

9550469266

27

PHC PUDUR

Dr.Yakkender reddy

9866517339

28

PHC BHASEERABAD

Dr.K.Thirupataiah

9849682649

29

PHC NARAPALLY

Dr.Sudhakar

9949892635

30

PHC KANDUKOOR

Dr.D.Swarna kumari

9052836838

31

PHC MALKAJGIRI

Dr.Ravi shanker

9866003806

32

PHC KEESARA

Dr.Geetha

9441024463


Contact Details
S.No Name Designation Mobile No Office Number Office Address Email
1 Dr.V Balaji Pawar MBBS DMHO  9849902433  04024002441  H.No- 6-2-70, Near Piller No-286 Shivarampally Village Rajendranagar Mandal-500052 Ranga Reddy District  rrdmho@gmail.com
2 Dr. M. Chanchaiah SPHO  9849474761  9849474761  CHNC Chevella  sphochevella@gmail.com
3 Dr. Swarajyalaxmi SPHO  9492437516  9492437516  CHNC Shamshabad  sphoshamshabad@gmail.com
4 Dr. B. Ramagiddaiah SPHO  9492038614  9492038614  CHNC Maheshwaram  sphomaheswaram@gmail.com
5 Dr. Dasarath SPHO  9441480913  9441480913  CHNC Pargi  sphopargi@gmail.com
6 Dr. Dasarath I/C SPHO  9441480913  9441480913  CHNC Vikarabad  sphovikarabad@gmail.com
7 Dr. D. Upender Reddy IC SPHO  9849358180  9849358180  CHNC Ibrahimpatnam  sphoibrahimpatnam@gmail.com
8 Dr. Sudhakar I/C SPHO  9949892635  9949892635  CHNC Ghatkesar  sphoghatkesar@gmail.com
9 Dr. Uma Sundari SPHO  9966576299  9966576299  CHNC Medchal  sphomedchel@gmail.com
10 Dr. B. Vidyavathi SPHO  9392562564  9392562564  CHNC Marpally  sphomarpally@gmail.com
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