Social Services

In view of the Community Hea1th Nursing being included in the Nurses' Training Course, groups of student nurses under the guidance of qualified staff visit houses in two selected areas, collect necessary data and advised people on their health and hygiene problems. The people of these areas generally get free immunization, hospital facilities and domiciliary treatment while the mothers are given antenatal and postnatal care.

The mobile medical unit attached to Community Health Service visits three villages twice a week and provides free treatment to about 200 patients daily. The critically ill patients are brought to the main hospital for treatment as and when necessary. Free eye camps are held for patients from areas served by the mobile unit every year. A mothercraft class is held there once a week. Regular antenatal check-up is carried on in which high-risk mothers are identified and referred to the Seva Pratishthan.

Immunization programme is implemented against Measles, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough and Tetanus for children in these rural areas completely free of charges.

Find Doctor

Notice

Updated on Thursday, March 23, 2017

Application invited for Senior Resident in Surgery

For Advertisement

Please see here
Application for Nephrologist & Rheumatologist

For Advertisement

Please see here
Application for Registrar/SR in ENT Dept.

For Advertisement

Please see here
Application for Senior Gynaecologist

For Advertisement

Please see here

EVENTS: Mar'17

  • 11 March (1 - 3PM)
  • Surgery CL. Meeting
  • 17 March (1 - 3PM)
  • OBS & Gyne
  • 18 March (1 - 3PM)
  • Surgery Guest Lecture
  • 23 March (1 - 3PM)
  • Medicine CL Meeting
  • 24 - 25 March (8AM - 6PM)
  • E.N.T Workshop
  • 27 March (1 - 3PM)
  • Surgery CL. Meeting