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Jul 15, 2015

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Primary Health Centre(PHC)Types of PHCType A PHC PHC with delivery load of less than 20 deliveries in a monthType B PHC PHC with delivery load of 20 or more deliveries in a month

Difference between PHC & CHCManpower: PHC PHC Staff Type A Type B Essential Desirable Essential DesirableMedical Officer- MBBS 1 1 1#Medical Officer AYUSH 1^ 1^Accountant cum Data Entry Operator 1 1Pharmacist 1 1Pharmacist AYUSH 1 1Nurse-midwife (Staff-Nurse) 3 +1 4 +1Health worker (Female) 1* 1*Health Assistant. (Male) 1 1Health Assistant. (Female)/Lady Health Visitor 1 1Health Educator 1 1Laboratory Technician 1 1Cold Chain & Vaccine Logistic Assistant 1 1Multi-skilled Group D worker 2 2Sanitary worker cum watchman 1 1 +1Total 13 18 14 21Manpower: PHC

Objectives of IPHS for PHCs To provide comprehensive primary health care to the community through the Primary Health Centres. To achieve and maintain an acceptable standard of quality of care. To make the services more responsive andsensitive to the needs of the community.Services at the Primary HealthCentreMedical care(opd,ipd-6beds,24hrs emergency & referral)Maternal and Child Health Care Including Family PlanningMedical Termination of PregnanciesManagement of Reproductive Tract Infections/STINutrition Services (coordinated with ICDS)School HealthAdolescent Health CarePromotion of Safe Drinking Water and Basic SanitationPrevention and control of locally endemic diseases

Services at the Primary HealthCentre continued..RNTCPNational Leprosy Eradication ProgrammeIntegrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP)National AIDS Control ProgrammeNational Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB)National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme(NVBDCP)National Programme for Prevention & Control of DeafnessNational Mental Health Programme (NMHP)National Iodine Deficiency Disorders Control Programme

Services at the Primary HealthCentre continued..National Programme for Prevention and Control of Cancer, Diabetes, CVD and Stroke (NPCDCS)National Programme for Prevention and Control of Fluorosis (NPPCF)National Tobacco Control Programme (NTCP)Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) ServicesBasic Laboratory and Diagnostic ServicesTrainingMonitoring and SupervisionSelected Surgical Procedures

InfrastructurePHC Building : own It should be centrally located in an easily accessible area.The area chosen should have facilities for electricity. all weather road communication. adequate water supply.and telephone . At a place, where a PHC is already located, another health centre/SC should not be established to avoid the wastage of human resources.PHC should be away from garbage collection, cattle shed, water logging area, etc. PHC shall have proper boundary wall and gate.should be well lit and ventilated with as much use of natural light and ventilation as possible.