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Indian Railway Health care delivery System   
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     1. Indian Railway Health Care delivery System has to perform following two important functions: 

   1.1 Functions related to Industrial Medicine 

   1.2 Functions related to Medical treatment to Railway beneficiaries 

              1.1     Functions related to Industrial Medicine: 

             a)     To attend Railway accident & other untoward incidences.  On average about 360 such                       incidences/year are attended. 

b)        To provide emergency medical treatment to traveling sick passengers. 

 

c)         Pre employment Medical examination to allow only fit & suitable candidates to

         join the service. On average � 50000 candidates are examined/year

 

d)        PME (Periodical Medical Examination) of serving employees to allow fit person to

        continue in those jobs which are related to safe running of the train.

 

                    On average � 1,20,000 employees are examined per year.

       

e)   Medical Boards & other medical certification of serving employees.

 

f)    Control on loss of mandays on account of sickness (both normal & HOD).

        It is kept under control by medical officers.  At present loss of mandays

       on  sickness is only 2%. 

 

             g)   Safe water supply at Railway Station: 

                     A constant vigil is maintained to check on quality of drinking water made available                      at   Railway Stations. About 60,000 water samples from Railway stations are tested   for bacteriological  purity every year.  About 600,000 water samples from Railway stations are tested for residual chlorine. There is a well laid down system of reporting and to take corrective measures for unsatisfactory reports. 

h)            Safe food supply at Railway stations: 

                        Following activities are undertaken to ensure safe food supply at Railway station.

                                  a)   Regular inspection of kitchen & food stalls.

                                   b)  Regular health check up of food handlers.

                                   c)  Collection of food samples under PFA Act.

                                   d) Collection of food samples under quality control system.

i)      Ensuring Factory Act: 

                         Medical first aid posts are provided to all factories of Indian Railways

                         (there are 84 such factories) as per Factory Act. 

            j)       Workman Compensation Act: 

                       Activities related to WCA is under taken on regular basis.

 

k)          Certification of dead bodies at Railway Station, Railway Yards, Railway line, etc.

          is being done on regular basis.

 

i)          Certification of perishable good in Railway Station about their disposal is done

         as and when required. 

 

1.2 Functions related to Medical treatment to Railway beneficiaries: 

         Total comprehensive Medical treatment is provided by Indian Railway Medical Department. 

                 A.Curative health care.

                                     A.1     Primary level

                                     A.2    Secondary level

                                     A.3    Tertiary level

                 B. Preventive health care

                 C  Promotive health care 

2.         Number of Railway beneficiaries:

 

Serving employees               14.5 lakhs x 4 = 58    lakhs

                   Retired employees                 2.8 lakhs x 2 =   5.6 lakhs  

with RELHS Scheme             _______________________

                                               Total   = 63.6 lakhs

                                                          _______________________

 

3.         Infrastructure available:

 

3.1             Railway�s own infrastructure

Total No. of Railway Hospitals         =          121

Total No. of indoor beds                   =     13770

Total No. of Railway Health Units  =            586

 

3.2             Other Hospitals approved

a)     All Govt Hospitals are approved.

b)     Private Hospitals:: About 120 private hospitals has been approved.

 

4.         System of providing medical treatment

 

4.1  Primary level health care is provided 100% by in house system. 

              4.2 Secondary level health care is provided 80% by in house system and 20% by Govt Hospital & other private Hospital recognized by Railway. 

              4.3 Tertiary level health care is provided  5% by In house system  Balance 95% by Govt Hospital & other private Hospital recognized  by Railways. 

            Once a railway beneficiary comes to Railway Hospital for medical treatment, he/she is provided all types of Medical treatment as per the need of the patient.  The medical treatment is either provided by available Railway hospital or Govt Hospital or recognized private Hospital. 

             In extreme emergency situation when there is no time for a railway beneficiary to come to Railway hospital then he/she may avail treatment in a private hospital/Govt Hospital in the locality and can claim through reimbursement claim system. 

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Family Welfare

INDIAN RAILWAYS

FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAMME PERFORMANCE DURING 2006-2007

Sr. No.

ITEM

TOTAL

A

Sterilisation

 

I

Vasectomy

 

 

 Conventional

                                                                326

 

 No Scalpal Vasectomy(NSV)

                                                                  119

II

Tubectomy

                                                             4476

III

Total

                                                             4921

B

IUD (Cupper ’T’ ) insertion

4203

C

Condom

 

 

Total Condoms ( in pieces) distributed

 

I

Gross

2235158

II

Supplied to Vasect. Person

                                                            27286

III

Net( I-II)

2207872

D

ORAL PILLS

 

 

Total No. of Oral Pill Cycles distributed

                                                            42573

E

Total No. of Medical Termination of  Pregnancy cases done

                                                                1032

F

Immunisation,Iron Folic Acid,Vitamin.A

 

I

TT(Preg. Women)

 

 

(2nd dose+ Booster)

14347

II

IFA Tablets( Preg. Women-

 

 

Prophylactic Completed)

                                                            153060

III

DPT  ( 3rd dose)

22903

IV

Polio ( 3rd dose)

24341

V

BCG

18966

VI

Measles

16895

VII

DT( 2nd Dose)

11833

VIII

TT  (10 Years)     ( 2nd dose)

21699

IX

TT  ( 16 Years)    ( 3rd dose)

23284

X

Vit.A (1st dose below and upto 1 year)   

14982

 

 No Scalpal Vasectomy(NSV)

                                                                  119

II

Tubectomy

                                                             4476

III

Total

                                                             4921

B

IUD (Cupper ’T’ ) insertion

4203

C

Condom

 

 

Total Condoms ( in pieces) distributed

 

I

Gross

2235158

II

Supplied to Vasect. Person

                                                            27286

III

Net( I-II)

2207872

 

 No Scalpal Vasectomy(NSV)

                                                                  119

II

Tubectomy

                                                             4476

III

Total

                                                             4921

B

IUD (Cupper ’T’ ) insertion

4203

C

Condom

 

 

Total Condoms ( in pieces) distributed

 

I

Gross

2235158

II

Supplied to Vasect. Person

                                                            27286

III

Net( I-II)

2207872

D

ORAL PILLS

 

 

Total No. of Oral Pill Cycles distributed

                                                            42573

E

Total No. of Medical Termination of  Pregnancy cases done

                                                                1032

F

Immunisation,Iron Folic Acid,Vitamin.A

 

I

TT(Preg. Women)

 

 

(2nd dose+ Booster)

14347

II

IFA Tablets( Preg. Women-

 

 

Prophylactic Completed)

                                                            153060

III

DPT  ( 3rd dose)

22903

IV

Polio ( 3rd dose)

24341

V

BCG

18966

VI

Measles

16895

VII

DT( 2nd Dose)

11833

VIII

TT  (10 Years)     ( 2nd dose)

21699

IX

TT  ( 16 Years)    ( 3rd dose)

23284

X

Vit.A (1st dose below and upto 1 year)   

14982

XI

Vit A ( total- 2nd to 5th dose)

27391

G

Maternal Health

 

a

Ante Natal Care (Anti Natal Care )

 

I

Registered

19298                                                            

II

With three checkup

15643

b

Institutional Deliveries

10983

c

Domestic Deliveries

 

I

By Lady Health Visitor/Axillary Nurse Midwife

304

II

By Trained Birth Attandant(TBA)

144

III

Untrained Birth Attandant

16

 

Total Deliveries Reported (Total of Col.I+II+III)

464




Source : रेल मंत्रालय (रेलवे बोर्ड) CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 01-03-2011  


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