One District, One Hospital plan in the country

One District, One Hospital plan in the country

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE

LOK SABHA 

STARRED QUESTION NO. 190
TO BE ANSWERED ON THE 29TH JULY, 2022

ONE DISTRICT ONE HOSPITAL PLAN

190. SHRI PRATHAP SIMHA
        SHRI L.S. TEJASVI SURYA

Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Government proposes to roll out One District, One Hospital plan in the country;

(b) if so, the details thereof along with the present status thereof, State/UT-wise including Karnataka;

(c) whether the centres for primary, secondary and tertiary care, prenatal and postnatal care are also proposed to be set up under the said plan and if so, the details thereof;

(d) the number of districts/cities with a fully functional hospital till 2014 and the number of districts/cities where new hospitals have been set up thereafter; and

One District, One Hospital plan in the country

(e) the time by which said plan is likely to be fully implemented?

ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 

(DR MANSUKH MANDAVIYA)

(a) to ( e) A Statement is laid on the Table of the House.

STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO LOK SABHA STARRED QUESTION NO. 190* FOR 29TH JULY, 2022

(a) & (b): There are IPHS 2022 Guidelines laid down by the government to provide guidance on the infrastructure, human resources, drugs, diagnostic, equipment, quality and governance requirements for delivering health services at various level of facilities-SHCs, PHCs, CHCs, Sub district hospital and DH. According to IPHS 2022- “Every district should have at least one district hospital which should be comprehensively functional for providing secondary care services”.

Rural Health Statistics (RHS) is an annual publication, based on Health care administrative data reported by States/UTs. As per the RHS 2020-21, there are 764 District Hospitals functioning in the country which are catering to both rural and urban areas in the States/UTs including Karnataka. The norms for primary and secondary care facilities have been laid down as per IPHS 2022. As per RHS 2020- 21, the State/UT-wise details of primary and secondary care facilities are at Annexure-I.

(c) to (e): Ministry of Health and Family Welfare provides technical and financial support to the States/UTs to strengthen the public healthcare delivery at public healthcare facilities. Under National Health Mission (NHM), the central government provides technical and financial support to States/UTs support based on proposals received from respective States/UTs in their Programme Implementation Plan (PIPs). The proposals are appraised in National Programme Coordination Committee (NPCC) meetings and approvals are accorded to States/ UTs in the form of Record of Proceedings (RoPs). The State PIPs are envisaged to be an aggregate of the district/city health action plans, and include activities to be carried out at the state level. The District specific RoPs are released and implemented by respective States/ UTs. Central share under NHM is released to the respective States, which in turn releases to the Districts.

Further, as per Rural Health Statistics 2014-15 and 2020-21, the state-wise number of district hospitals is at Annexure-II.

Annexure-I 

State/UT-wise details of primary and secondary care facilities as per RHS 2020-21

S.No.

State/UT

SCs

PHCs

CHCs

SDH

(DH)

1

Andhra Pradesh

7458

1401

198

28

14

2

Arunachal Pradesh

347

127

57

0

19

3

Assam

4678

1001

199

14

24

4

Bihar

10258

2034

306

45

36

5

Chattisgarh

5485

821

169

12

27

6

Goa

219

27

6

2

2

7

Gujarat

9162

1799

360

54

20

8

Haryana

2626

484

137

23

22

9

Himachal Pradesh

2115

572

98

83

9

10

Jharkhand

3848

350

176

13

23

11

Karnataka

9441

2531

212

150

22

12

Kerala

5414

924

229

87

47

13

Madhya Pradesh

10189

1518

320

92

51

14

Maharashtra

10673

2490

402

92

23

15

Manipur

416

95

17

1

7

16

Meghalaya

451

145

28

0

11

17

Mizoram

377

68

9

2

12

18

Nagaland

445

138

21

0

11

19

Odisha

6688

1378

384

33

32

20

Punjab

2951

522

160

42

22

21

Rajasthan

13581

2394

657

25

28

22

Sikkim

153

26

2

1

4

23

Tamil Nadu

8713

1886

400

282

20

24

Telangana

5000

863

95

37

5

25

Tripura

999

116

22

12

7

26

Uttarakhand

1843

287

72

19

13

27

Uttar Pradesh

20778

3516

816

0

168

28

West Bengal

10357

1369

348

60

18

29

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

124

27

4

0

3

30

Chandigarh

0

43

2

1

1

31

Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman

& Diu

97

14

4

1

2

32

Delhi

15

549

0

9

37

33

Jammu & Kashmir

2471

973

79

0

16

34

Ladakh

289

32

7

0

2

35

Lakshadweep

7

4

3

2

1

36

Puducherry

81

39

4

3

5

Annexure-II 

State/UT-wise details of number of District Hospitals (as per RHS 2014-15 and 2020-21)

State/UT

No of Districts (RHS 2014-

2015)

District Hospital (DH)

(RHS 2014-2015,

Data as on 31st March 2015)

No. of Districts

(RHS 2020-21)

District Hospital (DH)

(RHS 2020-21)

Andhra Pradesh

13

8

13

14

Arunachal Pradesh

17

14

25

19

Assam

27

25

33

24

Bihar

38

36

38

36

Chattisgarh

27

27

28

27

Goa

2

2

2

2

Gujarat

33

21

33

20

Haryana

21

20

22

22

Himachal Pradesh

12

12

12

9

Jharkhand

24

24

24

23

Karnataka

30

32

30

22

Kerala

14

16

14

47

Madhya Pradesh

51

51

52

51

Maharashtra

33

23

36

23

Manipur

9

7

16

7

Meghalaya

11

12

11

11

Mizoram

9

8

11

12

Nagaland

11

11

11

11

Odisha

30

32

30

32

Punjab

22

22

22

22

Rajasthan

33

34

33

28

Sikkim

4

4

4

4

Tamil Nadu

32

31

38

20

Telangana

10

7

33

5

Tripura

8

6

8

7

Uttarakhand

13

19

13

13

Uttar Pradesh

75

160

75

168

West Bengal

18

22

23

18

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

3

3

3

3

Chandigarh

1

1

1

1

Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu *

3

3

3

2

Delhi

11

41

11

37

Jammu & Kashmir

22

23

20

16

Ladakh

2

2

Lakshadweep

1

1

1

1

Puducherry

4

5

4

5

*in RHS 2020-21, Data for Daman and Diu and Dadar Nagar Haveli are together


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