Outpatient Treatment

Monday to Saturday.General OP only.Timings 9 AM to 1 PM.OP ticket renewal 2 Rupees.Validity 1 month.

Immunisation Dates

All Wednesdays 9:30 AM to 1 PM.
Immunisation at Sub centres – All Thursdays.

Antinatal Clinic (Care for pregnant women)

All Mondays 10 AM to 1 PM.

Non Communicable Disease Clinic

All Mondays 9 AM to 1 PM. Checks Blood pressure, cholestrol, Blood Sugar etc to find out diseases arising from Lifestyle.

Immunisation Schedule

Sl no.Vaccine NameTime/Time period
1Zero dose, OPV, Hepatitis, BCGImmediately after birth
2Pentavalent - 1, OPV - 1, IPV - 1After completing 6 weeks after birth ( 1.5) month)
3Pentavalent - 2, OPV - 2After completing 10 weeks after birth ( 2.5month)
4Pentavalent - 3, OPV - 3, IPV - 2On completing 14 weeks after birth (3.5 month)
5Measles first dose, Vitamin A syrup first doseOn completing 9 months after birth
6DPT, First booster Polio dose, second dose Measles, Vitamin A, J EOn completing 1.5 years of age
7Vitamin A 9 times9 months, 1.5years age, 2.5 years age, 3 years age, 3.5years age, 4 years age, 4.5 years age, 5 years age
8D P T Booster5 years age
9TT vaccine first dose10 years age
10TT vaccine second dose16 years age

No need to give booster dose for preventing Measles ( at the age of 1.5 years ) for those children who received MMR in 15th month.
According to Disease control and treatment table, Polio dose should be given to children even if they have already received Polio drops.

IPV – In activated Polio vaccine
MR – Measles, Rubella
MMR – Mumps, Measles, Rubella
DPT – Diphtheria, pertusis, Tetanus
JE – Japanese Encephalitis
IDRV Vaccination ( Intra Dermis Rabbies Vaccination ) is done in day time ( OP time )

Certificates issued

1.Sanitary Certificate
2.Medical Certificate
3.Age proving Certificate

Field Work

Antinatal care
RCH programme
NCD & CD clinic
Awareness classes, Health Education classes
Source reduction (for reducing mosquitoes), Chlorination
Providing Medicines(eg: stomach worm pills)
Awareness for Adolescent