The capital of Andhra Pradesh, India is known by the sobriquet City of Pearls. The city is one of the largest metros in India and is the fourth most populous city and the sixth-most populous urban agglomeration in the country. Read more...
Rural Health Training Centre at Cherlapally village Nalgonda(Dist) provides preventive, promotive, curative health services through primary care approach to 30,000 rural population.
Urban Health Centre Panagal provides Maternal & Child Health Care & Family Planing Services to the people of Urban slum area of Nalgonda town under Public Private Partnership project.
Out reach Community health services carried out by observing World Health Day, World AIDS Day, World Breast Feeding Week, World TB Day, World Leprosy Day, Anti-Malaria Day, World Heart Day at villages of Nalgonda District.
NSS Camps are organized once a month at villages of Nalgonda to provide general & speciality health check up besides giving health education to the rural people on preventable diseases.
Adolescent education programmes are being organized in schools of Nalgonda District.
National Service Scheme special camps are being conducted once a year in villages of Nalgonda District to impart health education on hygiene & sanitation and other preventable diseases and medical check up to villagers of Nalgonda District.
Medical examination of school children are being carried out under Jawahar Bala Arogya Raksha(JBAR) as per guidelines issued by office of DMHO.
Investigation & control of epidemics are being done as & when epidemic occur in Nalgonda District by involving Faculty, PG's, Internees & NSS volunteers in the Camps.