We provide :
• 24*7 Emergency care available
• 24*7 Lab facility available
• We have 5 bedded CCU with fully equipped cardiac monitors, ventilator facility, thrombolysis & complete cardiac care including 2D echo.
• Family planning counseling and services
• Counseling, care and treatment
• Round the clock OT functioning
• Immunization
• Well baby clinic services

Family planning counseling

It is important to help women and their partners to gain increased control over their reproductive health. One of the main ways you can do this is through counselling on family planning methods during late pregnancy, the postpartum and the post-abortion periods.

This session only provides an introductory overview on family planning counselling. If necessary and where possible, you should refer women to see a trained family planning provider and/or use family planning support materials, such as the WHO ‘Decision-Making Tool for Family Planning Clients and Providers’.

Counseling and treatment

As per the community based STI/RTI prevalence study (2003), over 6% of the adult population in India suffers from one or the other STI/RTI episode annually. There is enough evidence to suggest that early diagnosis, treatment and management of STI/RTI including inducing behavior change through education amongst the target groups will reduce transmission of STI/RTI and HIV (Lancet 1995; 346:530-536). Failure to diagnose and treat STI/RTI at an early stage in women of reproductive age group may result in serious complications and consequences, including infertility, fetal wastage, ectopic pregnancy,

Control of STI/RTI is an important component of the NACP; during NACP IV, the programme aimed to provide universal, comprehensive and standardized quality STI/RTI services at all health care facilities to all population groups with special emphasis on HRG population and vulnerable groups, including women and adolescents through convergence with NHM and by involvement of private sector.

Counseling under ICTC and PPTCT

HIV counselling and testing services were started in India in 1997. As on 31st August 2016 in India, there are 20,756 Integrated Counselling and Testing Centres (ICTC), mainly located in government hospitals. An ICTC is a place where a person is counselled and tested for HIV, of his own free will or as advised by a medical provider. The main functions of an ICTC are:

  • Conducting HIV diagnostic tests.
  • Providing basic information on the modes of HIV transmission, and promoting behavioural change to reduce vulnerability.
  • Link people with other HIV prevention, care and treatment services.

Ideally, a health facility should have one Integrated Counselling and Testing centre for all groups of people. However, an ICTC is located in facilities that serve specific categories such as high risk group, pregnant women, STI cases, TB Patients, HIV/ AIDS symptomatic patients. Accordingly, an ICTC is located in the General OPD or Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department of a medical college or a district hospital or in a maternity home where the majority of clients can access counselling and testing services.