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Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Madhya Pradesh, is playing a vital role in improving the health status & quality of living of the People of Madhya Pradesh.
With the objective of providing health services in Urban and Remote areas, the department provides medical services in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
For monitoring medical related activities in Sheopur at district level Chief Medical & Health Officer(CMHO) is responsible for all the works related to this department.
Health Department’s Key Contacts of District Sheopur .
|SN||Civil Surgeon Phone no. and Email||CMHO Surgeon Phone no. and Email|
|SN||Name of Block||Officer Name||Mobile No.|
|1||Karahal||Dr. B. S. Rawat||8871775740|
|2||Baroda||Dr. S. R. Meena||9479901027|
|3||Vijaypur||Dr. K. L. Pachoriya||900926904 4|
|1||EMBED Flipbook Module-1||EMBED Flipbook Module-1|
|2||EMBED Flipbook Module-2||EMBED Flipbook Module-2|
|3||EMBED Flipbook Module-3||EMBED Flipbook Module-3|
|4||EMBED Poster||EMBED Poster|
|5||EMBED Game-card||EMBED Game-card|
Schemes of Health Department
JananiSuraksha Yojana (JSY) is a safe motherhood intervention under the National Rural Health Mission (NHM). It is being implemented with the objective of reducing maternal and neonatal mortality by promoting institutional delivery among poor pregnant women. The scheme is under implementation in all states and Union Territories (UTs), with a special focus on Low Performing States (LPS).
Government of India has launched JananiShishuSurakshaKaryakaram (JSSK) on 1st June, 2011. The scheme is estimated to benefit more than 12 million pregnant women who access Government health facilities for their delivery. Moreover, it will motivate those who still choose to deliver at their homes to opt for institutional deliveries. It is an initiative with a hope that states would come forward and ensure that benefits under JSSK would reach every needy pregnant woman coming to government institutional facility. All the States and UTs have initiated implementation of the scheme.
Under National Rural Health Mission, significant progress has been made in reducing mortality in children over the last seven years (2005-12). Whereas there is an advance in reducing child mortality there is a dire need to improving survival outcome. This would be reached by early detection and management of conditions that were not addressed comprehensively in the past.