The Infrastructure has been divided into four basic needs of the human beings. It may also be mentioned that some other needs may be included. But for our convenience the needs are :
& Family Welfare
Health facilities are available both in curative and preventive
aspects. At present it has one District Hospital, One Medical College Hospital,
One Sub-Divisional Hospital, 5 Rural Hospitals, 17 BPHC,68 PHC, 2 Panchayat run
PHC and 508 Sub-Centres. The Secondary label Hospitals, i.e., DH,SDH and RH has
been included under HSDP-II for up-gradation and better facilities. Another
Sub-Divisional hospital at Khatra is under construction. There are 13 dental
units in the district.
Secondary tier Hospitals
(District Hospital , Sub-Divisional Hospital, Rural Hospital /CHC)
1. Fill up of Critical gaps of manpower (Medical officer and Paramedical Persons) by contract.
2. Infrastructural improvement and renovation to increase the space both in
Indoor and Out Patient Dept. under SHSDP-II.
Procurement of instrument in order to increase the investigational
Scientific disposal of Wastes.
Cleaning of the Hospital complex by contractual agencies under SHSDP-II.
Primary tier Hospitals (BPHC, PHC & Sub-Centres)
Preventive and referral Services.
Improvement of infrastructure with
Special Stress on Service, cleaning and waste disposal.
The following facilities have been provided at S.D. Hospital during
last year :-
Bed space for patient increased .
2. ECG Facility is
available . Cardiology patient being treated.
Blood test for RE, Sugar, Urea etc, available.
O.T. facilities extended.
Preparatory steps were taken for opening
Arrangement has been made to shift the Isolation ward to a new Spacious
Pediatric ward started functioning.
To extend Health facilities to
the wider cross section of society the following activities are proposed during
Upgradation of Sub-centres with
provision for improved services through the Health
Improvement of services and
strengthening of infrastructural facilities
at the District
Hospital, BPHC and Rural
Repair and renovation of BPHC and PHC
Supply of Medicine, Vaccine and improved
equipments to the District as well as Rural
Hospital and BPHC.
Successful launching of immunization Programme, Malaria and
Fileria, Blindness control
Programme, Leprosy elimination Programme, Tuberculosis control Programme,
Prevention of food adulteration Programme.
Launchings or awareness building
campaign through IEC Programme.
For Execution of above programme the
fund from BMS Health Sector, SHSDP and
Grant in Aid has been mobilized.
O.P.D services started in 2000.
Other infrastructural development
for Indoor facilities are under process.
Health profile at a Glance
Type of Health Centre
|5||Block Primary Health Centre||17|
|6||Primary Health Centre||68|
|7||Panchayat run Primary Health Centre||2|
|10||Leprosy Control Units||7|
|11||Family Welfare Centre||513|
Important Health Indicators
|Sl. No.||Indicators||Bankura||West Bengal||India|
|1||Birth Rate per 1000 Population||20.26||21.3||26.7|
|2||Death Rate per 1000 Population||7.5||7.8||9.0|
|3||Infant Mortality Rate per 1000 like birth||51||53||72|
|4||Maternal Mortality Rate||3.23||4.0||4.3|
|5||No. of Doctors to Population||1/10000||NA||NA|
|6||No. of Nurses to Population||1/2454||NA||NA|
|7||Percentage of Live-birtha by trained Professional||97.2||48.0||50.0|