Public Health Care

INPATIENT SERVICES

Inpatient services constitute various wards with the bed strength which is as follows:

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1 Male Ward 20 beds
2 Female Ward 10 beds
3 Maternity Ward 16 beds
4 Semi Pvt. Maternity Ward 10 beds
5 Private Ward 04 beds
6 New Private Ward 10 beds
7 Eye Ward 12 beds

Emergency and delivery services are available round the clock.

EMERGENCY AND CAUSALITY SERVICES

A duty doctor and nursing staff are available round the clock for emergency first aid, admission and management of the patients. Decisions to treat, admit or refer the patient to a higher referral institution is taken by the doctor on duty. About 1500 patients are treated yearly in the Emergency.

OPERATION THEATRE
Operation theatre complex has been renovated from time to time. There is one operation theatre equipped with two ACs, sterilization room, scrub room, changing room, pre/post operative room, waiting space and toilet. A Boyles' apparatus, OT Lights and an OT Table have been purchased recently. About 500 major and minor operations are being done yearly. Only elective operations are performed.

LABOUR ROOM​
About 500 deliveries are conducted every year. Doctors make full efforts to induce a normal delivery in the expected mothers. MTP and Minor operations are also done there. Staff is well trained to conduct normal deliveries. For foetal monitoring Doppler Machine is used.

SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

RADIOLOGICAL SERVICES
One 100 MA X - ray machine is functioning in the hospital. A radiographer is appointed who does the routine X-rays. Around 1000 X-rays are done every year. The machine is functional on the existing generator in an emergency. The radiographer is on duty during the OPD time only so emergency X-ray facility is not available.
A new ultrasound machine is needed to improve the diagnostic facilities. Also a radiologist needed to give expert opinion regarding X-ray and ultra sound diagnosis.

LABORATORY SERVICES
Hospital Laboratory has got infrastructure to carry out basic investigations. For specialized tests patients are referred to CGHS approved centers. One lab technician works during the OPD hours only.

CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY SERVICES
One horizontal autoclave machine is functioning in the OT. It sterilizes instruments and other materials for the OT, Minor OT and dressing room.

LAUNDRY SERVICES
One dhobi is working on permanent basis. He is responsible for washing of Lenin and sheets of the hospital. Material for washing is supplied by the Cantonment Board. As there is sufficient water supply and a permanent Dhobi, a furnace and water tank may be constructed in the campus so that the services of the dhobi may be utilized to the optimum.

MEDICAL RECORDS
Medical records are being maintained by the staff nurses in the male and female side separately. A full time clerical staff is also there who keeps the financial and administrative records. They are responsible to send the money collections to the Board office regularly. A yearly audit of the hospital is done by the CDA.

PHARMACY SERVICES
A central drug store is maintained by the storekeeper cum pharmacist in the hospital. According to the requirement he supplies medicines to the wards and for dispensing in the OPD. Indexing of medicines is done by Cardex system. For the medicines which are not available, local purchasing is done for the CB employees.

SUPPORTIVE SERVICES REQUIRED

REHABILITATION SERVICES
A physiotherapy unit is needed in the OPD area to provide rehabilitation to the old and injured people. With an increase in the geriatric population there is a need to appoint of a physiotherapist.

MEDICAL ROOM
This can be better maintained by having a good MIS. A new version computer is needed to be purchased for the hospital to help in administrative data processing, clinical data processing and medical information records.

NEW OPD BUILDING
The present OPD building is very old. The space available in the OPD building is not sufficient for the present Doctors and honorary doctors. This requires demolition and construction of new OPD building with all facilities.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION INCLUDING BUSINESS AND UTILITY SERVICES

PERSONAL MANAGEMENT
A Pathologist, radiologist, physiotherapist and dermatologist may be appointed to improve the services. Round the clock general duty medical officers can be appointed to improve primary care. Fresh doctors doing internship can be appointed in the hospital with the approval of the State Medical Council.
Some of the staff looking after emergency services in the male ward is untrained. As the number of supporting staff needs to be increased to attend to the specialist OPDs some new appointments/deputations may be done so that OPD functions smoothly.

HOUSE KEEPING
The hospital furniture needs to be repaired every year to maintain good hygiene.

Recreation facilities may be started for the warded patients. Televisions can be installed for warded patients.

GENERATOR SET
A new 63 KV generator is needed to take the load of air conditioners, water pump and in hospital electricity load. To maintain round the clock water/power supply 3 MPAs and reliever are needed.

OBLIGATORY
Lighting of Streets and other public places.

Sanitation of areas by cleaning of streets, roads, public places and drains etc.

DEVELOPMENT
Suggestion to improve the congested residential areas.

Development plan - Traffic regulation.

ALLOCATION
Multi level Parking Complex at Mangal Pandey Bazar.

Multipurpose Community Hall, BC Bazar.

OVERVIEW OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CANTONMENT GENERAL HOSPITAL

OPD Services

General OPD

Dental OPD

Specialist OPDs (Gynae & Medicine, Surgery, Radiologist).

UNANI OPD

Indoor Services

Emergency Services (Round-the-clock)

OT

Diagnostic Services (Lab, & Radiology including X- Ray),

Physiotherapy- Unit with best equipment.

Hospital Timings

OPD – 08.00 A.M to 02.00 P.M (Mon to Sat)

 

Laboratory - 08.00 A.M to 02.00 P.M (Mon to Sat)

 

X-Ray – 09.00 A.M to 02.00 P.M (Mon to Sat)

 

Emergency – 24 X 7

 

Ambulance Services

Other Services

Pulse Polio Immunization

Birth & Death Registration

Care for Senior citizens

Medical camps

Ambulances