Rural Health Unit & Training Centre, Singur

Rural Health Unit & Training Centre, Singur

Introduction

Rural Health Unit & Training Centre (RHU & TC), Singur started as Maternity and Child Welfare Unit in 26th March, 1939. RHU&TC, Singur became a part of AIIH& PH in 1944-45. Student Hostel, Office Building, P.H. Laboratory and Primary Health Centres of Anandanagar and Nasibpur were established in 1956. Sub-centres at Nasibpur, Paltagarh and Balidipa were also established in 1956. This is the first Rural Health Unit & Training Centre in India which contributed to the “Bhore Committee Report”. This is one of the three field Pilot centres of Primary Health care in India.

  • Population. Served : 101,180 (As on 1.4.2019)

  • Families : ≈ 23,595

  • 64 Villages. (≈ 1/3rd of Singur Development Block. 2/3rd – WBHS)

  • Total Area: 64.0 Sq. Km.

InfrastructureAvailable

  • RHU&TC, Singur─ Administrative Building, Lecture Hall – 2, Hostel with Canteen – Capacity 90, Public Health Workshop, Transport Section, Classrooms – 2;

  • Primary Health Centres – 2; [Anandanagar (PHC) and Nasibpur (PHC)Dearah]

  • Health Units/ Subcentre -12 units are working. Health units 1 to 6 is under APHC and Health units 7 to 12 is under NPHC. Out of 5 Sub-centre buildings. (4 buildings of SC, i.e. Nasibpur, Balidipa, Paltagarh and Nanda belong to RHU&TC, Singur & 1 SC building, i.e., Dewanvery belonged to District Health Authority.

  • Laboratories – 3(One in RHU&TC & One in each PHCs)

Teachingactivities

Communityexposure including development of skills of Community Diagnosis wasprovided to PG Students of the institute as per curricular activityof MD (CM), MPH (Epidemiology), M.Sc (Applied Nutrition), DPH, DHPE,MVPH, DPHM, DHS students of the Institute. In addition, PostGraduates, Undergraduates and Paramedical students from variousinstitute in the country also participate in field training Programin Public Health at RHU&TC Singur.

Resources

  • Officers’ Profile

Dr. Amalendu Roy
CMO(SAG)
MBBS
E-mail:amalendu.roy1958@gmail.com
Mobile No.:9051096053
Dr. S.C Mandal
(till 13.05.2019)
CMO(SAG)
MBBS, DCH
E-mail:drscmandal1958@gmail.com
Mobile No.:90381 87589, 94320 12665
Dr Bhaskar Sen
CMO(NFSG)
MBBS
E-mail:bhaskarsen14@yahoo.co.in
Mobile No.:9433851750
Dr. Sangeeta Kalsa
CMO(NFSG)
MBBS
E-mail:drkalsasangeeta@yahoo.in
Mobile No.:9830242502
Dr. R N Panigrahi
Public Health Specialist
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine).
E-mail:panigrahir03@gmail.com
Mobile No.:8249234843
Dr Sanjib Das
CMO
MBBS
E-mail:drsanjib.das@gmail.com
Mobile No.:7044328468
Dr. Reena Kumari Sharma
Senior Medical Officer
MBBS, DGO,DNB (O &G)
E-mail:kmreena_sh@rediffmail.com
Mobile No.:8910416774
Dr. Ananda Kr Biswas
Medical Officer
MBBS
E-mail:dranandakrbiswas311268@gmail.com
Mobile No.:9432416735/9007898395
Dr. Kausik Das
Medical Officer
MBBS
E-mail:kausik81@gmail.com
Mobile No.:9733726059
Dr Saurav Ghosh
Medical Officer
MBBS
E-mail:doctorsouravghosh@gmail.com
Mobile No.:9831490480
Dr. Soumya Patro
Medical Officer
MBBS
E-mail:Soumya2404@gmail.com
Mobile No.:7362906306



Activities

  • Teaching & training activities

  • Community/Field exposure including development of skills of Community Diagnosis was provided to PG Students of the institute as per curricular activity of MD(CM), MPH (Epidemiology), M.Sc (Applied Nutrition), DPH, DHPE, MVPH, DPHM , DHS students of the institute.

Field-basedtraining as per curricula was provided for courses of otherinstitutes:

Sl.

No

Year

Name of the Institution

Name of the Course

Name of the Training Programme

No of Participants

Duration

2018

College of Nursing, Eastern Command

Field Training program

Field Training program for college of Nursing , Eastern Command , BSC Nursing 2nd yr


30

31.12.2018 to 11.1.2019

2018

college of Nursing, Eastern Command

Field Training program

Field Training program for college of Nursing , Eastern Command , BSC Nursing 4th yr


30

19.11.2018 to 31.12.2018

2018

college of Nursing, Eastern Command

Field Training program

Field Training program for college of Nursing , Eastern Command , MSC Nursing 1st yr


8

17.12.2018 to 13.1.2019



2018

college of Nursing, Eastern Command

Community Diagnosis program

Community Diagnosis program for college of Nursing, Eastern Command , MSC Nursing 2nd YEAR

5

19.11.2018 to 16.12.2018


2019

NILD Bonhoogly

Field Training program

Field Training program NILD Bonhoogly MSC Nursing 1st Year.


10

4.3.2019 to 16.3.2019

2019

AIIMS Jodhpur ,Rajasthan

Field training program

Field training program College of Nursing AIIMS Jodhpur Rajasthan.


3

5.8.2019 to 22.8.2019


2019

Regional college of Nursing Guwahati, Assam

Field training program

Field training program Regional college of Nursing Guwahati, Assam MSC Nursing 1st year.


5

6.5.2019 to 27.5.2019

2019

College of Nursing Kolkata Medical college

Field training program

Field training program College of Nursing Kolkata Medical college, BSC Nursing 4th yr.


39

4.9.2019 to 27.9.2019


2019

NRS medical college Hospital Kolkata

Field training program

Field training program NRS medical college Hospital Kolkata, MSC Nursing 1st year .


4

4.2.2019 to 1.3.2019


2019

National Institute of Nursing Education PGIMER Chandigarh, Punjab

Field training program

Field training program National Institute of Nursing Education PGIMER Chandigarh, Punjab, MSc Nursing 1st year .


4

27.5.2019 to 1.6.2019


2019

Baba sahib Faridkot University of Health sciences Punjab

Field training program

Field training program for Baba sahib Faridkot University of Health sciences Punjab, MSC Nursing 2nd year.

2

4.2.2019 to 21.2.2019


2019

ESI Hospital Maniktala

Field training program

Field training program ESI Hospital Maniktala GNM students

89

25.3.2019 to 7.4.2019


2018

College of Nursing SSKM

Field training program

Field training program College of Nursing SSKM BSc Nursing 4th year

25

13.12.2018 & 9.12.2018

2019

HC Mukharjee Memorial Health School

Field training program

Field training Program HC Mukharjee Memorial Health School, ANM 1st year

45

16.1.2019 & 27.2.2019

2019

College of Nursing , NEIGRIMS

Field training program

Field training program College of Nursing , NEIGRIMS, Shilong MSc 1st year

3

10.4.2019


  • District Level TOT Programs Received:

  • Training on IDSP & RCH Portal entry for DEOs on 12.12.2018

  • Training on LDDC Campaign for PHN on 19 & 21.12.2018.

  • TOT for cold chain Handlers on 22.1.2019 attend by PHNs.

  • NID Workshop TOT attend by PHNs

  • TOT on MCPC & Bridge attended by MO, & PHN.

  • ToT ON Dengue and other Vector borne Disease under chairmanship of District Collector attended PHS & PHNS.

  • Workshop on HIMS attends by DEOs & PHNS.

  • Workshop on Rota virus vaccination attended by PHNs.



  • Service to the Community

Patientcare services: (Provided through 2 PHCs & 12 Units)

Diseases ( Clinical and or laboratory based)

OPD

Beyond OPD hours (including Emergency)

Diarrhoea

890

488

Soil Transmitted Helminths(STHs)

220

13

Viral Hepatitis

5

3

ARI

3559

321

Fever

2061

936

Fever with rash

13

12

Vector Borne Diseases

45

17

Skin diseases

635

190

STI/RTI

205

10

Musculoskeletal

2855

117

TB

54

15

Hypertension

4974

107

Diabetes

2572

150

Antenatal & Postnatal

2305

194

Others ( Acidity, Abdominal pain, Dental, Gynaecological problem, Eye Disorders, Respiratory problem (Excluding ARI & TB)





Probelm, Gyenco




15656



7767




Total

36049

9500

Community/PublicHealth Services

MCH Services

Performance

Expected ANC cases : 1184

Antenatal Cases

Total registered

1092 (92%)

Registered within 1st Trimester

(n=1064)

998(92%)

Pregnant Mothers

>4 ANCs

936

Hb level

<11 gm/dl

469 (42%)

<7 gm/dl

Nil

Complete TT immunizations

1092 (100%)

Deliveries (for the whole service area including Non-RHU&TC facilities)

Institutional

1085(99.9%)

Home

1 (<1%)

Post Natal Visit

Within 48 hrs.

0 (0%)

48 hrs. – 14 days

719 (66%)

Children 12-23 months – fully immunised by one year

1111(99.9%)

Use of F.P. methods

No of Eligible couples 10466

IUCD (Cu T)

245

OCP distributed

8173

Condom distributed

22930 pkts

DMPA

26

Ligation

292 (current year)

Total 5992



PublicHealth Laboratory Services

Type of sample

No. of Test

Blood

11539

Hb%

3063

TC

1092

DC

1095

ESR

1040

Gr. & Rh.factor

1341

B.T. & C.T.

34

Malaria Parasite

3113

A.C.D.

1927

P.C.D.

1187

VDRL

761



Urine

3930

Albumin

1633

Sugar

1695

Microscopy

258

Preg. Test

318

BS-BP

14

OBT

12



Stool

1052

OPC

1044

OBT

08



Sputum

1541

Diagnosis (Slide)

1440

Follow up(Slide)

101



TOTAL

18062

Biochemical Investigation

Investigation

No. of Test

Glucose

5445

Cholesterol

971

Uric Acid

660

Total

7076



Sanitary Engineering Section

Nature of Work

Total Number

Disinfection of Tube Well & Tube well Platform

310

Disinfection of Pond During Out Break

01

Tube Well Repairing

09

Water sample collection for Routine Chemical Analysis of water Sample

17

Routine Chemical Analysis of water sample

17

Classes taken on method of chemical Analysis of drinking water

11

Demonstration given on Environmental Sanitation.

13

Water sample collection for Bacteriological Analysis of water Sample (During Outbreak , using H2 S Kit)

11

Bacteriological Analysis of water Sample (During Outbreak , using H2 S Kit)

11

Dakat Kali Mandir Disinfection Work top maintain proper Sanitation during SrabaniMela (In Days)

06

Give Awareness to the villagers of the service area during disinfection work about utility of keep the tube well platform clean to avoid source contamination in drinking water (No of village cover)

38

Take Part in Dengue Awareness Rally (In Days)

01

Organizing Quiz Competition on Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH) and Water borne Diseases at Paltagarh RadharaniSikshaMandir on 12/04/2019. (In Days)

01

Sanitary Survey at Eighty One (81) houses of Gobindapur Village along with SHI students. (in Weeks)

01

Survey on Mosquito and fly breeding source at Eighty One (81) houses of Gobindapur Village along with SHI students. (in Weeks)

01

Survey on Knowledge , Attitude and Practice (KAP) and awareness among Three Higher Secondary School Students (Paltagarh RadharaniSikshaMandir , Gobindapur Purnachandra Vidyatan , Hakimpur T.C High School) on Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (WASH) . (In Days)

3

House Hold Numbering during student Programme (In Days)

10

Carpentry Repairing work at office (In Days)

42

Tap Cock Repairing at Office

06

Repairing of Demonstration corner during student programme (in Weeks)

3

Supervision of Construction of Latrine and Tube Well , during student Programme.


Achievements:

1) Deliver Presentation by Chemist Amal Dutta on Chemical and Other Parameters of Drinking Water held at Department of Microbiology,BN,Campus,and Salt Lake on 23/04/2019.

2) Delivered Presentation by Chemist Amal Dutta in the WASH training programme held at UHU &TC ,Chetla on 04/05/2019 and 05/09/2019.

3) Attain Training Programme on Office Ergonomics Held at Department of Occupational Health , AIIH & PH on 24/04/2019

Outbreaks

Nature of Outbreak

Number of Outbreaks

Total Number of Cases

Total Number of Hospitalized Cases

Total Number of Deaths

Diarrhoea

1

180

95

nil

Dengue

2

32

28

nil

Pulse Polio Immunization

  • Total No. of IPPI Rounds – 3

  • Total Target Children – 6600 in each round

  • Total Children Covered – 98.5%

Village Health & Nutrition Days (VHNDs)

  • Number of sessions: 522

  • Total Attendance: 9657

Senior citizen Health Check up camp

  • Sessions – 2

  • No of GPs camps conducted- 4

  • Total beneficiaries– 1167

Observation of Integrated Diarrhoea Control Fortnight (IDCF).

  • Total villages- 64

  • Total Children visited-5345

  • ORS distributed–5345

  • Zinc Tablets -70

  • VHSNC Conducted – 48

  • No of schools where hand washing demonstration carried out – 4

Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (VIA) Program

  • Carried out at APHC and NPHC

  • Beneficiaries -52

National Iron Plus Initiative Program

  • Total No of Children covered per month – 4676

HIV screening among Antenatal mothers

  • Total mothers screened – 1092

  • Total HIV infected detected – 0

Junior WIFS (Junior weekly Iron Folic Acid supplementation Program)

  • Conducted in 68 Primary schools in RHU&TC Service area

NLEP (National Leprosy Elimination Program)

  • Total 3 cases were enrolled in previous year. 3 cases were released from Treatment (RFT).

Achievements under National Health Program

  • ACF (Active case finding for Tuberculosis) has been conducted in RHUTC service area during from to 07.1.2019 to 21.1.2019.

  • LCDC campaign was conducted from 28.1.2019 to 10.2.2019

  • Implementation of PMMVY (Pradhan mantri matru Vandana Yojana).

Demographic Indicators for the Service area (i.e. 64 Villages)

Indicator

RHU&TC

Crude Birth Rate (per 1000Population)

10.7

Crude Death Rate(per 1000 Population)

11.2

Perinatal Mortality Rate (per 1000 Live births)

7.3

Neonatal Mortality Rate (per 1000 Live births)

5.2

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1000 live births)

10.12

1-4 Yr. Mortality Rate(per 1000 Childs)

Nil

Maternal Mortality Rate (per 100000 live births)

Nil

Contraceptive Use Rate (in %)

68.5%

Tetanus Toxoid Immunization: (PW in %)

100%

Immunization Coverage (12-23 Months, in %)

99.9%

Publications

  • A cross-sectional study on Magnitude of Geriatric Health Problems in a Rural Area of Singur, West Bengal. R Panigrahi, P Das , A Dan, A Datta Paper in Indian journal of Hygiene and public Health (Vol 3, Issue2, Dec 2017, ISSN 2455-1813).

New Initiatives Proposed During 2019

  • Improve infrastructure at RHU&TC Singur and Sub Centres.

  • Creation of 20 Health Sub centres/Units from present 12 along with provision for HR for them.

  • Up-gradation of Public Health Lab and provision for CBNAAT machines an Autoanalysers.

Mega Rally on Dengue at Anandnagar



Observance of swachhata Hi Sewa at RHU&TC Campus