District Health Society, Mon conducts review meeting with Medical Officers

The District Health Society, Mon conducted its review meeting with the Medical Officers (MOs) and programme officers at CMO conference hall on May 15.

MON, MAY 19 (MExN): The District Health Society, Mon conducted its review meeting with the Medical Officers (MOs) and programme officers at CMO conference hall on May 15. The meeting was chaired by Dy CMO, Dr Thomas Keppen. 

In order to raise reporting standards and addressing minute problems at their level, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr Imnapokim advised the SMOs and MOs to give priority to monitoring and supervision of the villages under the care of their individual health facilities, a press release received from Leeyan Chemshy, Media Officer, NHM, Mon stated. 

Also in order to increase the department’s ability to achieve overall goals, the CMO asked the DPOs of each vertical programme to stay in constant communication and to update the activities/actions contained in their plan. 

Following his recent monitoring visit to seven facilities, Dr Thomas gave a brief summary on the data of OPD, ANC, deliveries, hypertension screened, TB screening, registration in Nagaland Pollution Control Broad Authorization, self assessment – NQAS/Kayalp, Ayushman cards generation, referral transport-log book to be maintained. He also highlighted on the assessment tool on heat preparedness. 

Dr Wungyong DPO (UIP&RCH) gave a PowerPoint presentation on the data collected from the HMIS report on maternal health and child health and compared each block with its target. Family planning, headcount survey adolescent health, vaccination and introduction of PCV 14 in the UIP were also highlighted.

Vertical programmes were discussed by the respective DPOs including NCD programme officer Dr Rongsennungla; DPO of DAPCU Longyim and DVBDCP Dr Abenthung; District Pharmacy Officer Limayanger and Drug Control Officer Imnawapang. Later, MO CHC Aboi, Dr Hangsa; MO CHC Tobu, Dr Pangjong; MO PHC Chen, Dr Shokwang; MO PHC Tizit, Dr Taliwati; MO PHC Wakching, Dr Chingyen put forth their grievances and challenges.