Government of Telangana, Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department has upgraded the Urban Health Centers(UHCs) as Urban Primary Health Centers(UPHCs) and operated by the District Health Society(DHS) under National Urban Health Mission(NUHM) and Government of Telangana, Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department has given permission for recruitment of Pharmacist, Lab Technician, Accountant Posts on contract basis in Urban Primary Health Centers of each district under National Urban Health Mission.
TS to fill Medical Officers, Para-medical Staff, Staff Nurse, ANM, Accountants and other Posts 2018:
GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA
Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department – Filling up of certain new posts in various programs on Contract/ Outsourcing basis under National Health Mission – Administrative sanction and permission to filling of posts – Orders – Issued.
HEALTH MEDICAL AND FAMILY WELFARE (D1) DEPARTMENT
Read: From the Mission Director (NHM), Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare, TS, Hyderabad, Lr.Rc.No.443/SPMU-NHM/TS/ 2017-2018, Dt:25/07/2017.
In the reference read above, the Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare & Mission Director, National Health Mission, Telangana, Hyderabad has requested the Government to accord Administrative sanction and permission to fill up certain new posts in various programmes under National Health Mission as the GoI, MoH&FW –NHM has approved State Programme Implementation Plan for the year 2017-18 on Contract/Out Sourcing basis.
2. Government after careful examination of the proposal, hereby issue administrative sanction and accord permission to the Commissioner of Health and Family Welfare and Mission Director, National Health Mission, Telangana, Hyderabad to fill up the various posts in different categories on Contract/Out Sourcing basis under National Health Mission duly following the guidelines/rules and procedures. The details of the posts to be filled on Contract/Out Sourcing basis are appended to this order as Annexure.
3. The Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare and Mission Director National Health Mission shall take further necessary action in the matter.
4. This order is issues with the concurrence of Finance (HRM.II) Department vide their U.O.Note.No.10495-A/313/A2/HRM.II/2017, dt.25.09.2017.
(The details of the posts to be filled on Contract/outsourcing basis)
|Name of the||Designation||Sanc-||Remunera|
|SHSRC||Consultant Health Care Financing||1||60000|
|Consultant Quality Improvement||1||60000|
|and service delivery|
|Delivery Points as||Staff Nurses||500||14900|
|per IPHS and NCD|
|Comprehensive||District PPM /ACSM Coordinators||21||19000|
|District Disease||District Epidemiologists||14|
|District Data Manager –||21|
|HR at State Blood||State Coordination Officer||1||50000|
|approval shifted from|
|NHM Data Manager||1||40000|
|NUHM – GHMC||ANM||87||10500|
|Medical Officer(Full time)||33||36750|
G.O.Ms..No:7 Dated:19-02-2016: Govt of Telangana, National Urban Health Mission- Upgrading (92) existing Urban Health Centers as Urban Primary Health Centers and operated by the District Health Society and permission to contract / outsource the services required for National Urban Health Mission. Read: From the Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare, Lr. Rc No 129/NUHM/2014 Dt 26.04.2015
NUHM Post Details:
1. Medical Officer (FT): 92 Posts
2. Staff Nurse: 184 Posts
3. ANM: 276 Posts
4. Pharmacist: 92 Posts
5. Lab Technician: 92 Posts
6. Accountant: 92 Posts
Total: 828 posts
Government of India has launched National Urban Health Mission as sub mission of National Health Mission during 2013-14 with an aim to improve the health status of the urban population in general, but particularly of the poor and other disadvantages sections, by facilitating equitable access to quality health care through a revamped public health system, partnerships, community based mechanism with the active involvement of the urban local bodies. All the Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) with more than 50000 population are covered under NUHM.
In the reference read above the Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad has stated that 92 Urban Health Centres were established in the urban areas of Telangana in the year 2002 onwards under A.P.Urban Slum Health Care Project. These Urban Health Centres were operated by the NGOs. Initially funded through under A.P. Urban Slum Health Care Project and later funded through Urban RCH of National Rural Health Mission. After launching of National Urban Health Mission, the funding from Urban RCH of NRHM is discontinued. In the RoP of 2014-15, the Government of India sanctioned 92 Urban Primary Health Centres by upgrading the existing 92 Urban Health Centres.
Accordingly Commissioner Health & Family Welfare requested to issue Permission to reconstitute UHCs as Urban Primary Health Centres as approved in NUHM and to run these UPHCs through District Health Societies instead of NGOs and also permission to continue the contract / outsourced personal working in in UHCs (Community Organiser, M.O. Assistant and Watchman which are not approved in NUHM) into the other schemes of National Health Mission as per eligibility and availability of vacancies.
He has further stated that in the RoP of 2014-15, the Government of India sanctioned (828) various services on contract / outsourcing basis in Urban Primary Healh Centres through District Health Societies as follows :
Government after careful examination of the matter hereby permitted to upgrade existing 92 Urban Health Centres as Urban Primary Health Centres and to be operated by the District Health Societies instead of NGOs and also permit to contract / outsource the services as at para – above, for a period of one year or till the actual need ceases, whichever is earlier.
The Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare & Mission Director National Health Mission, Telangana State, Hyderabad shall take further necessary action in the matter.
The orders issues with concurrence of Finance (HRM.I) Department Vide U.O.No. 304/27/A3/HRM-I/2016, Dated:16-02-2016