Dengu Control Room opened at Angul District Hqrs. Hospital>>
The Dengu Control Room was opened at Angul District Headquarter Hospital.
Dr. Bichhanda Charan Pradhan is in the charge of Control Room.
Control Room Phone Number - 06764-230114
Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO), Angul Phone number - 06764-232507
Health Care Infrastructure
The District Head Quarter Hospital (DHH) at Angul, three sub-divisional hospitals at Talcher, Athamallik & Pallahara, one UGPHC, one CHC, twenty-seven PHCs (N) cater to the health care need of the people. There are also nine Ayurvedic & eight Homeopathic dispensaries. The list of Government health institutions is given at Annexure – I. The bed strength of these institutions is given at Annexure – II.
Public Sector Units working in the district, namely NALCO, MCL & NTPC also have their own health institutions, which mostly cater to their employees. NALCO has established one hospital. NTPC has established two hospitals, one at Kaniha & the other at Talcher. MCL has established one Hospital and eight dispensaries at Talcher coalfields. Rengali Multi Purpose Project (RMP) authorities maintain two hospitals, one at Rengali & the other at Samal.
BLOOD BANK SERVICE
The Blood Bank Service is available at DHH Angul & SDH Talcher since 1974 and 1986 respectively. One voluntary Blood Donor’s Association has been functioning for last one year.
Ambulance service is available at DHH Angul, SDH Talcher, Athamallik & Pallahara, CHC Chhendipada, UGPHC Khamar, PHC Kaniha & PHC (N) Purunakote. All ambulances are managed by Zilla Swasthya Samittee.
Hospitals managed by NALCO, MCL & NTPC have their own ambulance service. Few social organizations like Marwadi Yubamanch, Lions Club also run ambulance service.
The treatment and prevention of diseases, family welfare activities and other public health activities are managed by 3 different wings of health and Family Welfare department
1. Medical Wing
2. Family Welfare Wing
3. Public Health Wing
It deals with the treatment of patients. Govt. provides medicines @ 0.50 per OPD patient and Rs. 9.50 per indoor patient.
A Zilla Swasthya Samittee (ZSS) has been formed under the chairmanship of the Collector for management and development of Medical wing and oversee implementation of National Health Programmes.
A scheme called five diseases treatment scheme (Panchabyadhi) started in July 2002 to cover five most common diseases namely Respiratory Tract Infection, Malaria, Scabies, Leprosy & Diarrhoea. All medicines required for treatment of these diseases are provided free of cost at govt. health institutions.
FAMILY WELFARE WING
Reproductive & Child Health (RCH) Programme is being implemented in this District since 1994. One health sub centre has been established for every 5000 population in rural area. Immunization, registration of pregnancy, care of pregnant women, popularization of family welfare measures, & measures for reduction of infant mortality are some of the important activities under RCH care. All these services are provided through health sub-centre. Registration of birth is done at PHC level. Apart from routine immunisation activities, pulse polio Immunization is being done in a campaign made on National immunisation Days since 1995. Vit “A” supplementation campaign is being done since March 1999.
PUBLIC HEALTH WING
It deals with prevention of epidemic diseases in the district. The epidemic diseases common in Angul district are Gastroenteritis, Acute respiratory infection and Bloody Dysentery. The PH wing disinfects wells, house and ghats to prevent epidemics.
Malaria, blindness, leprosy, tuberculosis are major public health problems of the district.
Many National Health Programmes such as National Anti Malaria Programme (NAMP), Enhanced Malaria Control Programme (EMCP), AIDS Control Programme, National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP), National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB) are being implemented in the district.
Malaria is endemic in Angul District due to vast forest area, illiterate tribal population, large no of immigrant population staying in unhygienic condition. National Anti Malaria Programme (NAMP) started in the year 1995 with an aim to identify high-risk areas as per epidemiological parameter. Steps are taken for surveillance and DDT spray.
Enhanced Malaria Control Programme (EMCP) was taken up in 1997. Only one block i.e Pallahara has been included in EMCP. Spray of DDT, door to door surveillance, presumptive radical treatment with Primaquine, IEC activities, distribution of Chloroquine tablets through drug distribution centres (DDC) are being undertaken in the EMCP block. Since the mosquitoes are becoming resistant to DDT, a new initiative has been taken to control the vector through Larve oral fish. A proposal to medicate the mosquito net is also under active consideration.
As the HIV problem intensifies, the issue of care and support for affected individual and prevention of HIV transmission to those who are not affected become critical. One Voluntary counselling and testing centre (V.C.T.C) is now functioning at DHH, Angul OPD since November, 2002. It provides free counselling on HIV / AIDS and diagnosis of HIV status by blood testing through HIV rapid test for those who come voluntarily. It distributes condoms, provides care & support to the affected. Utmost confidentiality is maintained in the process.
National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP)
Leprosy is hyper endemic in Angul District. The objective of this programme is to bring down the prevalence rate of Leprosy cases to one or less than one per ten thousand population. The prevalence rate in Angul District is 12.57 as on 31.03.2003. The aim of NLEP is to detect and treat Leprosy cases. NLEP started in this district on 31.01.1991.
National Programme For Control Of Blindness (NPCB)
This Programme started in the year 1996 in this district to bring down prevalence of blindness to 0.3% and to achieve excellence in eye care services.
The primary purpose of the District Blindness Control Society (DBCS) is to plan, implement and monitor all the blindness control activities in the district under over all guidance of the state/central organization for the NPCB. Eye wards have been constructed at DHH Angul, SDH Talcher, Athamallik and Pallahara. Cataract surgery is being done only at institutions. IOL is the preferable method for cataract surgery now a days.
Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP)
The incidence of tuberculosis is approximately 135 per one lac population in the district. The district is now in the preparatory phase of RNTCP. The expected date of launching of the programme is first week of June-2003. Free sputum examination in all microscopy centres of the district, free diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis cases, supply of qualitative drugs to the patients, full course treatment under directly observed treatment short course (DOTS) strategy, proper evaluation of the treatment and frequent monitoring will be under taken under this programme.
Prevention of Food Adulteration Programme
The Food inspector posted at Angul inspects different food establishments from time to time to check food adulteration.
Orissa Health System Development project ( OHSDP )
(World Bank Assisted)
Orissa Health system Development project is being implemented since 1998. Four medical institutions i.e. DHH Angul, SDH Talcher, SDH Pallahara & UGPHC Khamar have been taken up for up gradation of existing building to provide more no. of beds for patients, supply of equipments and medicines for better treatment, hospital waste management and field service by task force.
ANNEXURE - 1
GOVT. HEALTH INSTITUTIONS OF ANGUL DISTRICT
PHC PHC (N) CHC HOSPITAL PPC
1. Banarpal Talmul - - -
Badakerjang - - -
Balaramprasad - - -
(Post not Created) - - -
2. Bantala Purunakote - DHH , Angul PPC Angul
Purunagad - - -
Jaganathpur - - -
Tainsi (MHU) - - -
Banamira - - -
3. Kosala Bagedia Chhendipada Jarapada -
Balipata (Post Not Created)
PHC PHC (N) CHC HOSPITAL PPC
1. Godibandha Kankili - SDH, Talcher Talcher
Kalamchuin - - -
Gopalprasad - - -
2. Kaniha Biroo - - -
Bajrakote - - -
Pabitranagar - - -
UGPHC PHC (N) CHC HOSPITAL PPC
1. Khamar Chasagurujang - SDH, Pallahara Pallahara
Jamardihi - - -
Sahargurjang - - -
Rajdang - - -
Jharbeda - - -
PHC PHC (N) CHC HOSPITAL PPC
1. Madhapur Paikasahi Athamallik SDH, Athamallik Athamallik
Thakurgarh - - -
Pataka - - -
2. Raj Kishor Nagar Boinda - - -
Angapada - - -
ANNEXURE - II
BED STRENGTH OF DIFFERENT GOVT. HEALTH INSTITUTIONS OF
N.B:- 5 cabins are available at Dist. Headquarters Hospital, Angul.
AYURVEDIC & HOMEOPATHIC DISPENSARIES IN THE DISTRICT OF ANGUL
|Important Telephone Numbers (Medical,PHCs,CHC) :|
|Name of the Officers||Office||Residence|
|M.O. PHC BANTALA||286406||286405|
|M.O. PHC KANIHA||243757||243033|
|M.O. PHC KOSALA||285777||-|
|M.O. CHC CHHENDIPADA||282313||-|
|M.O. PHC R.K. NAGAR||257146||-|