Health Talk for paramedical staff of CHC (Community Health centre) Chaumuha

After discussion with CDO and Chief Medical officer of Mathura District ,it has been decided and agreed form both  end that Nayati Medicity will organise and conduct camps of require speciality  of that particular area in all CHC of Mathura District , So in this regard, first we approached CHC Chaumuha and had a meeting with superintended (Dr. Sonu Chaturvedi) of this CHC, in the meeting he suggested that health talk for ground  level health worker  will be very beneficial for them to understand our speciality  of hospital  & its objective and accordingly we will inform for camp date and potentials beneficiaries.

So we decided to conduct a session for these ground force (ANM, ICDS supervisor, ASHA, AWW)    this force is responsible for health services for more than 8 lacs population of this area. Dr. Varna and Noorul conducted a very good session which was relevant to their day to day work, before starting session my self-described the purpose of our visit and best features of our hospital and how the learned messages can disseminate at ground level and up to the end users. More than 250 field health workers attended the session; we also maintained the Data base of attendees for circulation of promotion messages.

(Dr. Varna’s passion to disseminate knowledge for the benefit of the vulnerable community)

Dr. Varna took session on high risk pregnancy and after deliveries how we can provide PNC at community level by home visit. How we can recognise/identified sign and symptoms of high risk pregnancy. Dr. Varna also presented few case studies which we treated successfully in our hospital.

(Dr. Noorul sharing the critical cases and success story of treatment of our hospital)

 
We also distributed the discount cards to all Health workers and explained about it, few health workers also had discussion with Doctors about treatment of ailments of their lineages, and their family.

(Pre preparation of forth coming camps under this CHC Chaumuha on 30th of March)

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