CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS

This hospital was founded with a special focus on health needs of women. Hence from the start of the hospital in 1939, Obstetrics and Gynaecology is our focus and remains to be one of the most well-known and well-established department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Patna and rest of Bihar. . We run DNB (Directorate of National Board) Training Program for Obstetrics & Gynaecology on the basis of Govt of India selection process through NEET examinations

 

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This hospital was founded with a special focus on health needs of women. Hence from the start of the hospital in 1939, Pediatrics is our focus and remains to be one of the most well-known and well established department of Pediatrics in Patna and rest of Bihar. We run  DNB (Directorate of National Board) Training Program for Pediatrics on the basis of Govt of India selection process through NEET examinations

 

We run special vaccination click as per the schedule here

Vaccination Clinic – Monday to Saturday (8:00 AM to 12.30 PM)

BCG, DPT, Polio,Measles,  

 

Hib titer, Chicken pox,

 

Thphoid,  Hepatitis B.

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Our Medicine department is functional since 1944 when we opened our first male ward. Currently the department is well established. . 

 

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Our Surgery department is well established from 1950’s . 

 

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Community health services

Since 1960's the hospital has reached out to the people through its Community Health and Rural Development centers (CHRD) in Kurji, Dibra and Maner.  Today the centers in Kurji and Maner offer valuable services to the marginalized sections of our society in collaboration with the Bihar Government, in the areas of Immunization, ANC General Clinics, Leprosy, TB etc. They work with PLWHAs (People living with HIV/AIDS) through Projects funded by CRS and TIDES Foundation. Regular health education at the center and in home visits has promoted better understanding of health among the people. Other programs include School Health, Non-Formal Education, School HIV/AIDS Awareness, Self Help Groups, Girl Child Literacy program. Efforts are made to reach out to the musahar community, the focus being education for their women and children and leadership training for the youth and community.

Aims of community health services

Community health services aim to improve the health and wellbeing of local residents by:

  • Encouraging people to actively participate in their own health care

  • Working together with other primary health care providers such as general practitioners (GPs) to provide coordinated care

  • Liaising with other health agencies and service providers to fill service gaps

  • Encouraging individuals and community groups to actively participate in the centre’s activities, including service planning, fundraising and volunteer work

  • Promoting prevention of lifestyle-related diseases and conditions

  • Developing health care programs and activities to improve social and physical environments in the community.

Services offered

The services offered vary between community health services, depending on the needs of the local area. Primary health services could include:

  • Counselling and support services

  • Health promotion activities

  • Medical and nursing services

  • Dental health

  • Allied health, including audiology, dietetics, exercise physiology, physiotherapy, podiatry, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

 

Other services and supports may include:

  • Aged care services

  • Alcohol and drug programs

  • Carer respite

  • Maternal and child health services

  • Mental health programs

  • Disability services

  • Outreach services

  • Problem gambling programs

  • Rehabilitation programs

  • Support for self-help

 

Click Here for Community Health Centre Kurji

Click here for Community Health Centre Maner