Healthcare Facilities in RampurLocated near the foothill of the Himalayan mountain range and surrounded by large number of pilgrimage, the city naturally gains its touristic and spiritual importance. Rampur carries the pride of allowing Ganges to run through it in the name of Kosi. Tourists from all over the country have to cross this city to reach the famous tourist spot Nainital. And to add a point, this city by itself has a great historical value attracting tourists form everywhere.
But with all these pile of pride, this city is also the home of one of the most polluted river in the country. Several scientific researches prove that the Kosi water is been contaminated with the domestic sewage system and the industrial effluents (above the standards of WHO and ICMR) all through its way from Ganges and it is proven unfit for consumption in any form. River water contamination is not just an aesthetic problem but a serious economic and public health issue as well. It affects the ground water. Proven high concentration of fluoride in this water has caused Fluorosis, the disease affecting the teeth and bones, and it is the birthplace of most endemic diseases in the city. Rampur district is tagged under hyper epidemic regions of the state, which needs more concentration on the medical health department than any other.
District Hospital of RampurUttar Pradesh provides the first tier medical services to the city (among the three-tier services allotted for urban and rural areas of the state). This is an allotment of medical services provided to the urban areas. These health services are rendered in the form of male and female or combined hospitals at the district level. There are various medical facilities provided in these hospitals and they are 100-500 bedded based on the urban requirements. District Hospital of Rampur is one among the 80 hospitals in Uttar Pradesh. The responsibility of this hospital is to render medical, health, family welfare and related services to the city. Important district programmes like Immunization, Malarial and Filarial eradication, Family Planning, Prevention from AIDS, Iodine Deficiency Disorders and Blindness control are executed and monitored by the department.
Address of District hospital of RampurDistrict Hospital of Rampur, District Hospital area
Near Tilak colony, Rampur, Uttar Pradesh
Phone no.: 2324687
National AIDS Control ProgramAs a part of state medical health programs, AIDS control program is implemented in Rampur district. This program is aimed at eradicating AIDS through periodical surveillance and clinical management; Blood security, with the facilities for testing HIV available in this district level blood cell; STD control with enhanced facilities to treat the patients with sexually transmitted diseases; and through education, communication and training programs.
Blindness Control RampurClear vision is the most vital need in human sustenance. KD Dalmia Eye Relief Hospitals, Sahni Eye Hospitals and Varsha Eye Hospital and Pathology Lab in Rampur, which are a complete Ophthalmic units with the goal of eradicating preventable form of blindness in this fast growing city by focusing on the sophisticated and comprehensive eye treatment services and also through education, training and community services. Apart from these hospitals District Hospital has also executed valuable programs in blindness control.
Maternity care – National Health MissionBased on the National Health Mission program form the department of health and family welfare of Uttar Pradesh government, every rural and urban maternity centres in Rampur district run with a motto to reduce mother and infant mortality rate and to prevent communicable, non-communicable and pre and post-natal diseases. The maternity centres like Lovy Nursing Home & Maternity Hospital and Shoba Maternity & Nursing Centre are well equipped and efficient with neonatal intensive care units; good access to the blood banks and are hygienically standardized to meet the needs.
Immunization ProgramsImmunization becomes the major focus of child survival programs. Immunization against common childhood diseases is a vital component of mother and child health services in India. With the statistical response of low routine immunization coverage and on-going epidemic diseases in district, the government and NGOs combined with UNICEF setup initiatives to improve vaccination procedures.
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