Healthcare Services in SikarThe Department of Medical, Health and Family Welfare of Rajasthan aids in maintaining and improving the health of people of Sikar. It has the following administrative and health services office: State Head Quarter at Jaipur, Seven Joint Director or Zone offices, 34 District CM and HO offices, 249 Block CMO offices, 551 CHCs, 2066 PHCs 2066 and 13227 SHC.
Online Health Management in SikarThe Department of Medical, Health and Family Welfare of Rajasthan provides online, computerized health management to Sikar. It is a cost effective and reliable method to monitor, plan and manage the health service of Sikar in a better way. The various projects under the Health Management Information System are:
Pregnancy, Child Tracking and Health Services Management System (PCTS)
The address of the website is www.pctsrajmedical.raj.nic.in. The National Informatics Centre of Rajasthan has developed this website. It is used to track and monitor the health services provide to pregnant women and children. About 13000 units are using this website on a regular monthly basis.
Rajasthan Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojna (RJSSY)
The address of website is www.rjssy.raj.nic.in. This system is also developed by the National Informatics Centre of Rajasthan. It is used to monitor the services delivered to the beneficiaries under the RJSSY. About 1700 units are using this website on regular basis.
Mukhya Mantri Jeevan Raksha Kosh (MMJRK)
The address of the website is www.cmbpljrk.raj.nic.in. This system is also developed by the National Informatics Centre of Rajasthan. It is used to monitor the services provided under the MMJRK scheme. Nearly 400 units are using this on regular basis.
Monitoring System for PCPNDT
The address of the website is www.pcpndt.raj.nic.in. This system is also developed by the National Informatics Centre of Rajasthan It is used to monitor the form-A, form-F and tracking devices used in sonography machine that are used in the registered sonography centres. It generates various graphical and analytical reports. Nearly 1400 units are using this website on regular basis.
Arogya Online Project
An initiative by the Government of Rajasthan to computerize the Hospitals in the state in order to improve the patient care. ‘Arogya Online’ or e-Health is the computerized management system of health information. It is aimed at delivering safer, efficient and quality health care services to the people of Sikar and other areas of Rajathan. e-Health includes many innovative methods and tools to make the health systems dynamic, new technologies to prevent the diseases, provide safety and quality to the patients, provide more reliable diagnosis and treatment of diseases by increasing the co-ordination among various health system and using the resources efficiently.
‘Arogya Online’ is used to perform admissions, investigation billing, bed management, pharmacy management, transfers to other hospitals and many other complicated tasks of the hospitals. Shri Kalyan Hospital, covered under this project has 300 beds. It was launched on 03 April, 2012. The support engineer in this hospital is Ramkishan, and his contact number is 9783667426.
Health Officers in SikarThe contact details of various health officers of Department of Medical, Health and Family Welfare, Rajasthan, who operate in Sikar are:
Chief Medical and Health Officer
District Programme Management Unit (DPMU)
Mr Prakash Gehlot
Mr Dheeraj Bhargava
Mr Aziz Mohammad Syed
Office: 01572-248339, 254057
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Principal Medical Officer
Deputy Chief Medical & Health Officer (Health)
Dr.Ashok kumar Maharia
Dy Chief Medical & Health Officer (F.W.)
Dr. Laxman Singh
Reproductive & Child Health Officer (RCHO)
Mobile: 7737490048, 93139811251
District Data Managers (IDSP)
Sh. Shriram Kanoongo
District PCPNDT- Coordinator
District Asha Co-Ordinator
Mr. Keshar Dav Pareek
District IEC Coordinator
Yatendra Kumar Sharma
Safe Childbirth Checklist ProgramSafe Childbirth Checklist is in use in Sikar. This has led to a remarkable increase in the quality of health care services for mother and newborn. The Safe Childbirth Checklist (SCC) program is assisted by Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University. The funds for the program are provided by the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF). The Safe Childbirth Checklist has 29 items of essential safe health care practices to be followed during childbirth. The aim of the checklist is to decrease the mortality of mother and child. This can be done by preventing medical conditions like severe infections, postpartum hemorrhage, childbirth-related stillbirths, hypertensive disorders, obstructed labor, birth asphyxia, and complications of prematurity.
Apart from this, there are many hospitals in Sikar, many of which serve the people round the clock.