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The hospital has the following main divisions: - Medical, surgical, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology and outpatient. Ancillary departments are Laboratory, Pharmacy, Xray and surgical theatre. There are 4 main wards, which admit mixed male surgical and medical patients into one ward, female surgical, medical and gynecological patients into one ward. Maternity patients and pediatric patients have each a separate ward. The hospital admits a wide range of surgical conditions and due to the significant magnitude of a variety of surgical morbidity, there is a justification to separate surgical from medical patients accordingly.


The hospital runs an MCH Clinic, which is located immediately outside the hospital in a separate building. Mobile/outreach MCH services are done from the base clinic to nearby service areas/villages. HIV/AIDS services including counseling, institutionally in the hospital, as well as community based are part of preventive services. TB and leprosy clinics are run almost daily within the hospital premises but directly supervised by a district TB and Leprosy coordinator.


There is a hospital Chaplain who is responsible for spiritual as well clinical pastoral counseling both to patients as well as workers. A Morning Prayer from 7.30 to 7.45am precedes each working day from Monday to Friday. Immediately after the Morning Prayer, the following quarter hour is spent to discuss special issues and occasions of the last 24 hrs.


Bunda DDH Secondary School deserves special mention. Registered in March 2000, it was meant to provide education opportunity for workers whose basic education is class seven but need to upgrade their level to form 4. It is an adult education institute providing an intensive one-year course. Subsequently, the aim was to improve education level of the respective workers, hence improving work efficiency too.

The details of service utilization you will in Annual report

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