In Nalgonda District Health Services are being provided by the following facilities
S.No Hosipitals No.Of
1 District Hospital 01
2 Area Hospitals 03
3 CHNCs (Community Nutrition Health Centres) 06
4 CHCs (Community Health Centres) 01
5 UPHCs ( Upper Primary Health Centres) 01
6 PHCs (Primary Health Centres) 13
7 PHCs ( Primary Health Centres)24X7 15
8 NUHM UHCs (Urban Health Centres) 04
9 SCs (Sub Centres 257


Institutional Delivaries

It is evident that delivery of pregnant women at health institutions has a great positive impact onmaternal and child health survival. The percentage of institutional deliveries in the district during2016-17 is 96% for the Nalgonda district. With the Convergence of line departments, plannedto strengthen the Government Institution Delivery monitored by District Administration. 18 24 X7 PHCs are functioning in Nalgonda district. Average delivaries per month is 4-6 in all PHCs.During the current financial year, all these PHCs will be displayed EDD and ensure normaldelivaries and high risk cases will be referred to higher facilities. Strategies are also planning tomake it mandatory of availing MCH cards both Public and Private ANC registrations fortracking the Pregnant women, Delivaries and Children.Total Delivaries – 19818 , Govt Delivaries – 9559, Pvt. Delivaries – 10085, Home Delivaries -185JSY


This scheme was started with an objective toencourage Pregnant Women for an institutional delivery in Government / Privateinstitution which contributes for the reduction of Maternal Mortality and Infant Mortality.Under this schemeRs.1000/- and Rs. 600/- is being paid to the rural BPL woman andUrban BPL who delivers in the Government hospital. During this year financial yearupto May’17 –3643 PW delivered in Government institutions. An amount of Rs. 14.42lakhs was spent towards payment of JSY. The JSY Amount is being paid from thirdgravida onwordsKCR KIT program implemented on 2 nd June. The amount is credited into thebeneficiary account through DBT in four phases.