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Type of facility NO’s
Government Medical College 1
Government General Hospital 1
Area Hospital 1
Community Health Centres (Cherial, Dubbak, Husnabad) 3
Primary Health Centres 0’clock 11
Primary Health Centres 12hrs 23
Sub Centres 194
108 Services 16
104 Services 8
102 Services 8

Ayush Dispensaries (Regular) under control of the Director of Ayush:

Ayurveda (Pothareddypet, Akkannapet, Allipur, Chinnagundavelli, Itikyal, Kondapak, Narayanraopet) 7
Homeo (Cherial, Duddeda, Markook, Pregnapur 4
Unani (Maddur, Mirdoddi, Siddipet, Thoguta) 4

Ayush Dispensaries (NHM) under control of the Commissioner, Health & Family Welfare:

Ayurveda (Doulthabad G, Koheda, Raipole, Thimmapur, Thoguta, Wargal) 7
Homeo (Indupriyal, Nangnoor, Komuravelly) 3
Unani (Bejjanki, Ahmedipur) 2
Naturopathy – (Husnabad, Kondapak) 2

Programs under Department of Medical Health & Family Welfare:

RBSK Programme: (https://rbsk.telangana.gov.in/)

Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) is an important initiative aiming at early identification and early intervention for children from birth to 18 years to cover 4 ‘D’s viz. Defects at birth, Deficiencies, Diseases, Development delays including disability.

KCR KIT: (kcrkit.telangana.gov.in)

The state government has launched KCR Kit Scheme for pregnant women. Pregnant women can utilize this scheme for maximum 2 deliveries. Women who give birth at a government hospital can utilize this scheme.

The state government under the scheme would provide a kit containing some essential items for pregnant women and new born baby to manage the pregnancy complications. The scheme is designed to get pregnant women nutritious food and to take care of the new born after delivery. KCR Kit scheme is aimed at wellbeing of mother and child and reducing the infant mortality rate. Encouraging institutional deliveries in the state is also one of the main objectives of the scheme.

Under this scheme, pregnant women will be provided with financial assistance of Rs. 12,000 in four phases. In case of a baby girl, an additional Rs. 1000 will be given by the government.

  1. First Installment – a) Rs. 3000/-For ANC Check ups .
    1. b) 2 ANC Checkups have to be done by Medical Officer before 5 ½months .
  2. c) ANC Registration has to be done in first trimester by ANM (Before 12 weeks)

  3. Second Installment –a) Rs.5000/-for Female Child and Rs. 4000/-For Male Child Delivery in Government Institution.
  4. b) KCR Kit will be given after delivery.

S.No.

KCR Kit Items

Baby Items

1

Baby bed with attached Mosquito protecting Net-1 No.

2

Baby Mackintosh

3

Baby dress-2 Nos

4

Baby towels-2 Nos

5

Baby Nappy washable-6 Nos

6

Baby Powder 200gms(Johnson)

7

Baby Shampoo 100ml(Johnson)

8

Baby oil 200ml(Johnson)

9

Baby Soap-2 Nos (Johnson)

10

Baby Soap Box 1 No

11

Baby Rattle Toy

Mother Items

12

Mother’s Soap(Mysoor Sandal)

13

Saree-2 Nos

14

Kit Bag

15

Plastic Basket

3.Third Instalment – a) Rs. 2000/- b) After first Immunization at 3 ½ Months after birth of Baby .

4.Fourth instalment – a) Rs. 3000/- b) After full Immunization at 9 months after birth of baby

Total: Rs.13000 – for Female Child

Rs.12000 – for Male Child

For more information about the scheme, please visit Telangana State Government Official website: kcrkit.telangana.gov.in

Family Planning:

Telangana: Commissionerate of Health and Family Welfare – Information on Family Planning. Family Planning is a Centrally Sponsored Programme. The National Health Mission is also implemented by Commissionerate. Using this service citizens can get information on Health and Family Planning.

E-Aushadhi: (http://tsmsidc.telangana.gov.in/eaushadi.php)

The Corporation has adopted the e-Aushadhi Software for the process of Online Indenting, Distribution & Prescription-Audit of Drugs & Surgicals, from Peripheral to State level.

The e-Aushadhi project, deals with the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Drugs and Surgical; has been live at the CMS level at all the District HQs in the State since June 2015. The system acts as a track-n-trace mechanism for each and every drug/surgical right from procurement to supply to end user (citizen).

Telangana Diagnostic Hub:

An ultramodern diagnostic hub, which can conduct over 35,000 tests a day, was inaugurated in Siddipet. The facility, equipped to conduct 57 kinds of tests, will see more medical tools being procured in a phased manner.

To provide free diagnostic services to people, the State government has proposed to open such centres in all the district headquarters. The Siddipet Diagnostic Hub is the first to be opened in the State.

Telangana Diagnostic Hub Siddipet Establishment cost of Machinery- 2.60 Crores Renovation of Building & lnfrastructre-40 Lakhs

Total Cost-3 Crores.

  1. Dry run started on 30-12-2020
  2. inauguration done on 02-02-2021
  3. TD Hub Siddipet is having total 35 Spokes with Routes (PHCS-27. CHCS-2, Urban PHC-2, Wellness center-1. Dist. Hospital-1, And GGH-1. *Bastidhawakana-1 (not started).
  4. PHC Maddur, PHC. Ladnoor spului concted Janagam TD-Hub, *PHC Singannagutam [spoke) concted to Medchel TD-Hub, *PHC Jagadevpur (spoke) concted to Yadadribhonagiri TD-Hub, *PHC Indupriyal and PHC Doulthabad (G) (Spoke) concted to Medak TD-Hub this for State Program officer Schedule/Guidelines.
  5. Total 59 types of Test are doing in TD-Hub Siddipet
  6. Collecting samples from 34 spokes with the help of 5 TD Hub Hired Vehicles. Number of samples collected from 30-12-2820 to 06-11-2021.

Number of patient : 31425

Number of Blond samples collected : 57723

Number of tests dine :102690

Number of parameters done : 568991

Number of D-Dimer : 637

Namber of Ferriten : 241

So far approximately 7, 43, 98, 250 (Seven Crore Forty three Lakhs Ninety eight thousand Two hundred and fifty Rupees.) saved public money on investigations.

  1. After collection of samples from the patients Test result reports are sending through SMS along with PDF Link within 24 Hours to patients mobile and concerned spokes.
  2. Staff working at TD Hub Siddipet.

Nodal Officer – Sri. Dr.J.Kashinath

1/c.Lab Manager – 1

Lab Technicians – 5

Data entry operators – 2

Supporting Staff1

NCD (Non Communicable Diseases):

Non communicable diseases (NCDs), also known as chronic diseases, tend to be of long duration and are the result of a combination of genetic, physiological, environmental and behavioural factors.

The main types of NCD are cardiovascular diseases (such as heart attacks and stroke), cancers, chronic respiratory diseases (such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma) and diabetes.

To prevent and control chronic Non-Communicable diseases, especially Cancer, Diabetes, CVDs and Stroke. > 30 years of age screening at all levels in the health care delivery system from sub centre and above for early detection of diabetes, hypertension and common cancers (Breast, Cervical, Oral Cancers). Provides free medicines to the people with NCD. It also includes Mental Health and Palliative Care.

NVBDCP:

National Vector Born Disease Control Programme

Under this program:

  1. Malaria
  2. Filaria
  3. Dengue
  4. Chicken Gunya
  5. Japanese Encephalitis

Cause of organism – Mosquito bite.

Actions to be taken are 1.Preventive, 2.Promotive, and 3.Curative.

Every Friday & Dry day.

Sanitation Drive – Anti larva Operation, Focal Spray, Indore Spray, Fogging, Oil Balls, Gambhujiya Fish.

Health education for community and inter sector Departments.

TB:

We conduct ACF camps (Active case finding camps) village wise collecting Sputum sample for symptomatic cases and Covid cases (after 28 days). We examine sputum samples through DMC (Designated Microscopy Centre), CBNAAT, TrueNat.

We have 8 DMC Centres:

1-CBNAAT,

1-TrueNat

8-X-ray Centres

After confirmed put on treatment & follow up our district is 85%.

We provide NPY (Nikshay Poshan Yojana) to all TB +ve cases for Nutrition support Rs.3000/- through DBT by PFMS.

Leprosy:

Leprosy is caused by Mycobacterium leprae. Leprosy is a long persisting (chronic) infectious disease. It appears as a hypo pigmented patch on skin with definite loss of sensation. The onset of leprosy is subtie and silent. It affects nerves, skin and eyes.

Signs and symptoms:

Dark-skinned people might have light patches on the skin. While fale-skinned people have darker or reddish patches.

Loss or decrease of sensation in the skin patches.

Numbness or fingling in hand or feet.

Weakness of hands, feet or eyelids.

Painful nerves.

Swelling of lumps in the face by earlobes.

Painless wounds or burns on hands or feet.

The disease is curable if detected early. It can be cured by Multi Drug Therapy (MDT). Recurrence after adequate treatment with MDT is extremely rare.

The symptoms of the disease occur generally after a long period as in the incubation period for leprosy is variable from few weeks to 7 years. Early diagnosis early treatment – not deformity.

Office Staff Contacts:

S.No

Name

Designation

Mobile Number

Email

1

Dr.M.Manohar

District Medical & Health Officer

6304006157

dmhosiddipet@gmail.com

2

Dr.M.Vijayarani

PO-DTT

9346954531

podtsiddipet@gmail.com

3

Dr.G.Rajini

PO-MCH, Family Planning

7702943032

pomhnfwsiddipet@gmail.com

4

Dr.Prabhakar

PO-NVBDCP

8374351513

povbdsdpt@gmail.com

5

Dr.K.V.Pavan Kumar Reddy

PO-IDSP

8790904444

idspsiddipet@gmail.com

6

Dr.T.Radhika

I/c.Administrative Officer, PO-NCD

9959715715

poncdsiddipet@gmail.com

7

Dr.G.Karthik Vishnu Wardhan

PO-CHI, RBSK

9989351294

pochisiddipet@gmail.com

8

Dr.Venkatesh

PO-TB, Leprosy

9494987372

dtotssdp@rntcp.org

9

C.Praveen Kumar

Office Superintendent

9014724904

 

10

P.Narsimulu

Office Superintendent

9848515118

 

11

Krupaladevi

DPMO

9652820355

 

12

Yesumary

DPHNO

9849959949

 

13

V.Sathyanarayana Reddy

I/c. Dy.Demo

8309907309

 

14

Nagajyothi

Senior Assistant

9440531513

 

15

S.Sridhar Babu

Senior Assistant

9618593622

 

16

Ramchander

Senior Assistant

9010199552

 

17

Upender

Senior Assistant

9553388879

 

18

Susheela

Junior Assistant

8106784737

 

19

Krishnaleela

Junior Assistant

9704367413

 

20

Manasa

Junior Assistant

8374178489

 

21

Saher Pasha

Junior Assistant

9849503107

 

22

Tabassum

Junior Assistant

7660956478

 

Division Officers:

S.No

Name

Designation

Mobile Number

Email

1

Dr.G.Rajini

I/c.Dy.DM&HO Siddipet Division

7702943032

dydmhosiddipet2016@gmail.com

2

Dr.Srinivas

Dy.DM&HO Gajwel Division

8919771427

dydmhogajwel@gmail.com

3

Dr.Murali Krishna

I/c.Dy.DM&HO Husnabad Division

9966308706

chnchusnabad@gmail.com

Facility Contact details

S.No.

Facility Name

Incharge Officer

Contact No.

1

Government Medical College (GMC)

Dr.Tamil Arasi

9849160739

2

Government General Hospital (GGH)

Dr.Kishore

9490453235

3

Telangana Diagnostic Hub

Dr.Kashinath

9885312004

4

Area Hospital/District Hospital, Gajwel

Dr.Mahesh

9246969139

5

CHC Dubbak

Dr.Jyothi

9705330199

6

CHC Cherial

Dr.Sravanthi

7893490123

7

THW

Dr.Pavankumar Reddy

8790904444

8

Ahmedipur PHC

Dr Prathibha Gayathri

9704452155

9

Akkannapet PHC

Dr Murali Krishna

9966308706

10

Bejjanki PHC

Dr Vinod bobjye

9391174331

11

Chinnakodur PHC

Dr L Saritha

7207664363

12

Doulthabad G PHC

Dr B Karna

9963813690

13

Husnabad UPHC

Dr Sowmya

7993484594

14

Ibrahimnagar PHC

Dr Srinivas

9440859229

15

Jagadevpur PHC

Dr Mahesh Kumar

9440400333

16

Koheda PHC

Dr VijayRao

9014345627

17

Komuravelly PHC

Dr.Rajesh

9985404542

18

Kondapak PHC

Dr Praveen Naik

8121403581

19

Kukunoorpally PHC

Dr B Akhila

9154627769

20

Ladnoor PHC

Dr Sudharani

9849463739

21

Markook PHC

Dr Ravikumar

7013939253

22

Mirdoddi PHC

Dr Mounika

9014497153

23

Mulugu PHC

Dr Arunkumar

9949570209

24

Nangnoor UPHC

Dr Radhika

9959715715

25

Narayanaraopet PHC

I/c.Dr Azeemuddin

7036031508

26

Maddur PHC

Dr Raju

8341648292

27

PPP unit cherial

Dr Thirupathi

9959019394

28

Bhoompally PHC

Dr K Mallikarjun

9885614618

29

Indupriyal PHC

I/c.Dr Sreedher

9963997535

30

Pullur PHC

Dr Azeemuddin

7036031508

31

Raipole PHC

Dr Sreedher

9963997535

32

Rajagopalpet PHC

I/c.Dr.Radhika

9959715715

33

Ramakkapet PHC

Dr Karthik

9985889666

34

Singannagudem PHC

Dr D Padmavathi

9440486846

35

Srigiripally PHC

Dr Ashlesha

9985584141

36

Theegul PHC

Dr Niveditha

8790576586

37

Thimmapur PHC

Dr Bhargavi

9550928028

38

Thoguta PHC

Dr A Venkatesh

9494987372

39

Thotapally PHC

Dr Lingareddy

7416724563

40

UPHC Ambedkarnagar

Dr Himabindu

9550493756

41

UPHC Nasarpura

Dr Srikanth Yadav

8106836019

42

Wargal UPHC

Dr Haritha

9866673168

43

TB Clinic

Dr.Srinivas

9440859229

Website:

https://health.telangana.gov.in/