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Non Communicable Disease

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Community Health Unit

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Citizen Charter

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PEN Protocol

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Message from Director

Director

Bhogendra Raj Dotel

6th director of PHC Revitalization Division.

Health status of Nepalese citizens has improved over the years, albeit inequitably. Disparities in health status continue across wealth quintile, region, caste, ethnicity, and urban settings. The inverse phenomenon of growing dissatisfaction but rising expectations regarding health care services among the citizens is paramount and this has to be penetrated in a reliable way. I am committed to provide free basic health services to all citizens and ensure there is reliable and easy access of health services to urban poor, marginalized and disabled.

Director's Priorities

  • Health Service Delivery

    Escalation of health programs and services in HP, PHCC and hospitals.
  • Health WorkForce

    Ensure competent motivated health professionals for effective management of programs
  • Health Information

    Ensure availability of relevant / reliable information on a regular basis.
  • Medicines, vaccines and technologies

    Regular availability of essential medicines, diagnostics / equipment for NCD management
  • Governance and Leadership

    Ensure active and committed leadership
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Programs and Initiatives

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  • Since 2007, Nepal has adopted a policy of free health care services to the poor and vulnerable citizens attending primary health care centers and district hospitals.
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  • The Package of Essential Non-communicable Diseases (PEN) has been introduced to screen, diagnose, treat and refer CVD, COPD, cancer, diabetes, and mental health.
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  • Social Audit Program assesses the strengths and weaknesses, implementation status, and key achievements and challenges of a number of social audit approaches implemented by DoHS.
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  • Special Health Camps not just provide health services but creates an environment where the whole community gets sensitized about health issues.
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Globally mental health problems are a serious public health concern. Currently four out of five people with severe mental illness in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC) receive no effective treatment. There is an urgent need to address this enormous treatment gap.

Nepal’s mental health policy was formulated in 1996. Key components of the policy include:

  1. To ensure the availability and accessibility of minimum mental health services for all the population of Nepal;
  2. To prepare human resources in the area of mental health;
  3. To protect the fundamental human rights of the mentally ill; and
  4. To improve awareness about mental health.

 

PHCRD Statistics

 

500 HFs

PEN Initiation

 

400

Urban Health Centres

 

18

Health Programs

 

1752 HFs

Social Audit

Staff Members

  • Sagar Dahal
    Sr. PHA
    Mob: 9851193947

  • Sudip Ale
    Public Health Officer
    Mob: 9849301365

  • Kashinath Shrestha
    Section Officer
    Mob: 9842029322

  • Kumar Paudel
    Section Officer
    Mob: 9844035878

  • Bijaya Kranti Shakya
    Public Health Officer
    Mob: 9843742007

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Technological Innovations

NCD ANDROID APP

PHCRD OFFICE ANDROID APP

NCD PEN DASHBOARD

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OTHER IT INNOVATIONS

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Director Message

Website of PHCRD is a stepping stone to unearth new avenues of information concerns of stakeholders and different actors. This website will try to bridge information gap between different actors in regard to the activities of our organization. I welcome you all to provide invaluable feedback and suggestions to make this website beneficial to everyone concerned.

Bhogendra Raj Dotel

Contacts

  info (@) phcrd.gov.np
  +977-4100080
  +977-4100052
  Teku, Kathmandu, Nepal

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