Sunday, August 14, 2022

Medical department organises block level health mela across the state

Commemorating “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”, District Health Society (DHS), Department of Health & Family Welfare (H&FW), National Health Mission (NHM) supported by Ministry of H&FW government of India organised block-level health mela across Nagaland.
Kohima: In Kohima, the mela was organised by DHS Kohima on April 30 at Chedema Health and Wellness Centre. According to DIPR report, Khriehu Liezietsu, MLA hoped that through the health mela, the people would be well informed about the health issues and that they would grab the opportunity and avail the health care services. DC Kohima, Gregory Thejawelie called upon the gathering to avail the health services in various fields provided by the medical and line departments at their doorsteps.
CMO Kohima, Dr. Vezokholu Theyo said the mela was a platform to offer a bouquet of health services free of cost and to enhance the awareness on different schemes.
Wokha: In Wokha, the mela was organised by department of H&FW Wokha on April 30 at Likya Community Hall.
Deputy CMO Wokha, Dr. Zuben Kikon said the objective of the mela was to generate Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna cards and non-communicable disease health card. He also urged the beneficiaries to avail the free health services.
Tuensang: DHS Tuensang organised a block level health mela on April 30 in three villages namely at Alisopur (Chare block), Lirise (Longkhim block) and Yangpi (Noksen block).
Peren: DHS Peren organised block health mela on April 30 at Tening Community Health Centre (CHC) and Ahthibung Primary Health Centre (PHC).
At the programme, EAC Nsong, Yimkum I Ozukum encouraged the community to adopt healthy life style stating that the health mela was introduced with the target of improving the health status of the population
Earlier, DHS Peren also organised block health mela on April 29 at the District Hospital, Peren, where SDO (Civil), Kemciyile urged the public to avail quality healthcare facilities, create awareness and make use of the health services available. MS, DH, Peren Dr. K. Limatula highlighted about the health mela and its objectives.
Nuiland: Block Health Mela was held on April 29 at Community Health Centre (CHC) Nuiland, where DC Niuland, Ajit Kumar Verma emphasised upon the preventive and curative aspects of health services. Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dimapur, Dr. I. Moatemjen highlighted the various services provided during the health mela. He urged the public to get their digital health ID generated, COVID vaccination and avail the health services.
Mokokchung: A block level health mela was organised by DHS Mokokchung on April 28 at Community Health Centre, Mangkolemba.At the inaugural programme, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Mokokchung, Dr. Chubala highlighted the aims and objectives of conducting the health mela. Short speeches were also delivered by SDO (C) Mangkolemba, Bodi Kapfo and convenor, All ward Council Association.
Tseminyu: DHS Tseminyu conducted a health mela on April 29 at PHC Tesophenyu, which was graced by advisor Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services & Women Resource Development, R Khing.
In his short speech, Khing urged the public to take care of their health and to avail free services and medicines. The advisor also appealed the people to extend cooperation in various government activities.
DC Tseminyu, Dr. Zasekuolie Chusi thanked the medical department for supplying medicines to the rural people and the committee members for their cooperation.
Zunheboto: Block health mela organised by department of H&FW Zunheboto which was commenced on April 28 at all six different blocks under the district concluded on April 30.
Mon: DHS Mon held a block health mela under Mon block on April 29 at District Hospital, Mon, where DC Mon, Thavaseelan K said the melas were organised to build awareness about different health programmes and schemes under health department.
Longleng: Health melas was conducted in the three blocks of Longleng between April 18 to April 30 by DHS Longleng. The melas were held at the Primary Health Centre (PHC) Naimching village, PHC Yongnyah block and Community Health Centre (CHC) at Tamlu block.
Mokokchung: Block health mela concluded on April 30 at Tuli CHC, Mokokchung. The health mela was conducted at all the blocks of Mokokchung district namely, Sabangya, Changtongya, Alongkima, Mangkolemba, Tsurangkong and Tuli from April 25-30.
Phek: Block level health mela launched by Deputy Commissioner (DC) Phek, Razouvolie Dozo was conducted across Phek district on April 29-30. Apart from health services registration of PMJAY, E-shram registration and disability assessment camp were carried out.
Changtongya: A block level health mela was organised by DHS Mokokchung on April 26 at Community Health Centre, Changtongya, where SDO (C) Changtongya, Rorheu Peseyie highlighted the objective of the health mela and urged the public to avail the services provided at the health mela.
CMO Mokokchung, Dr. R. Chubala Aier stated that the health mela was organised to improve the health status of the population, through various schemes and also to create awareness and educate the public about different health programmes.
Bhandari: DHS Wokha conducted a health mela for Bhandari block on April 28 at Town Hall, Bhandari, where DVBO, Wokha, Dr. William Humtsoe said delivering quality health care services and providing essential medicine at free of cost was not only to provide health benefit to the people but also to help them understand the importance of timely investigation, detection, treatment and recovery.
Senior Medical Officer, CHC Bhandari, Dr. Caroline T asked the people to continue to avail the health care facilities which are carefully and systematically provided under various health care programs.
Sechu Zubza: DHS Kohima in collaboration with the Ayush, Women and Child Development, Panchayati Raj Institution, Directorate of Urban Development organised a block level health mela on April 28 at PHC Sechu Zubza,
At the programme, advisor for Technical Education and Election, Medo Yhokha called upon the public to avail the best opportunity as modern equipment and facilities are at their doorsteps. Keneizhakho Nakhro, MLA, also encouraged the citizens to avail the facilities provided free of cost.

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