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Public Health Centre (New) at Paschimabad Village , Jaleswar Block of Balasore District, Odisha – A new dimension in Health Services to the unreached people.

Paschimabad PHC (N) started with a mission to bring constructive transformation in the rural health situations by involving the public and the health providers in a participatory mode towards socio economic development. In the process NRHM joined hands with ARM in the year 2007 to provide better health facilities to the unreached rural community.

The major thrust areas of Paschimabad PHC are:

  • Reduction in child & maternal mortality ratio
  • Provision of community health services like MCH, drinking water, sanitation, immunization and nutrition for local people.
  • Prevention and protection chronic / endemic disease with emphasize on communicable and total diseases.
  • Provision of integrated and widespread health services to all the target population.
  • Population control and gender balance measures.
  • Revitalization of local health practices and brings AYUSH into the mainstream health efforts.
  • To encourage healthy living and lifestyle in the rural communities.

PHC operational Area:

The Paschimabad PHC operates in 2 Gram Panchayats namely Paschimbad and Baiganabadia of Jaleswar Block covering 12 no of remote villages covering the population of 18972.

Treatment record of patients from the year of Management of PHC:

Year Fever Malaria Diarrhea Scabies Measles ARI Blood Dysentery Common Diseases Total Patients
2007-08 1275 29 1659 447 15 1374 253 3354 8406
2008-09 2918 248 5941 1005 77 3293 507 12138 26127
2009-10 1432 210 1441 643 16 1411 57 18300 23510
2010-11 1452 209 1388 602 14 1352 49 16958 22024
2011-12 847 33 195 399 32 641 3 20983 23133
2012-13 357 25 253 359 14 261 8 20686 21963
2013-14 202 23 236 266 2 185 7 22116 23037

Patients Treated (Male, Female & Children):

Year Patients Total Patients
Male Female Children
2007-08 3211 3426 1769 8406
2008-09 11454 10134 4539 26127
2009-10 7872 9223 6415 23510
2010-11 7128 9926 4970 22024
2011-12 8271 9721 5141 23133
2012-13 7584 9272 5107 21963
2013-14 8334 9926 4977 23037

Facts and figures of PHC (N)

Year Institutional Delivery Reference  cases Indoor patients Outdoor Patients RTI/STI Patients Ambulance Service ANC Treatment Pathological test
2007-08
2008-09 78 265 374 26127 86 301 205 1364
2009-10 172 252 687 23510 96 298 276 2079
2010-11 158 288 653 22024 88 463 295 2115
2011-12 145 311 617 22571 97 467 285 2907
2012-13 151 238 694 21963 75 443 210 1455
2013-14 158 271 749 22288 76 518 283 1032

Record of pathological test conducted in PHC (N):

Year Stools Urine (General) Urine (Pregnancy) Blood(MP) Blood (DC) Blood (Sugar) Blood (BTCT) Blood (CRT) Blood (HB) Blood (Grouping) Total
2007-08 325 86 26 63 45 6 4 3 16 22 596
2008-09 490 350 50 248 80 25 30 10 90 30 1364
2009-10 442 497 47 354 428 10 22 17 181 81 2079
2010-11 468 605 58 345 435 9 14 19 75 87 2115
2011-12 612 857 51 369 464 5 16 18 274 241 2907
2012-13 106 404 0 302 362 4 11 11 79 166 1455
2013-14 105 143 53 233 207 57 02 07 154 71 1032

Health Extension Activities:

Year Activities No of Programme No of Participant
2008-09 Focus Group Discussion 10 463
Health Awareness Campaign 1 66
RCH Mela 1 727
IEC/BCC Workshop 1 45
Capacity Building of HMC 2 58
ANC Checkup 1 49
Sterilization and IUCD Camp 1 14
2009-10 Focus Group Discussion 10 941
Health Awareness Campaign 1 1005
Awareness on swine flu 1 3050
RCH Mela 1 558
2010-11 IEC/BCC awareness 1 268
RKS Capacity Building 1 30
Sterilization and IUCD Camp 1 37
RCH Mela 2 682
2011-12 Focus Group  Discussion 6 157
RCH Mela 2 886
Press Media Meet 1 15
2012-13 Focus Group Discussion 20 553
Health Awareness Campaign 7 196
Diabetic treatment camp 1 102
RCH Mela 2 618
IEC/BCC workshop 1 41
2013-14 Focus Group Discussion 20 404
Health Awareness Campaign 12 297
RCH Mela 01 542
Blood donation Camp 01 109
Sterilization and IUCD Camp 01 64

 

As the PHC has very good impact in the area and better treatment service the patients are increasing day by day but we are in tight hand with the specific budget provision of the Government of odisha Health and family welfare dept., we are not able to provide better and more medicine to the needy people. Due to lack of advanced technology available at the PHC the poor people are not able to effort the cost for treatment at other medicals.  If we can provide more medicine to the more needy people the health service will be fully fledged in the PHC and the needy people will be more benefited.

If you want to donate our PHC  kindly contact us: armorissa@gmail.com