Statistics of Health Department, Mandya District
District Development Fund under Karnataka Health Systems has been raised by charging for the facilities given as per Karnataka Health System Development Project rates. Patients below the poverty line are exempted from payment of these charges. This fund is being utilized for emergency requirements and Non salary component of this hospital. This fund cannot be used to pay salaries of staff in the hospital.
Drugs are given to both Inpatients and out patients free of cost. The hospital waste is being managed as per the Norms and guidelines prescribed by the Government. The district unit of Chief Ministers Medical Relief Society has been in operation from the year 1998, so far Rs.11.95 lakhs have been distributed to 143 beneficiaries.
District Hospital, Mandya
District Hospital as a referral Specialist Hospital was started during 1939-40, which is the year when Mandya district came into existence on account of the bifurcation of Mysore District. The foundation stone (for the 100 bedded stone building and two doctors quarters) was laid by Honble Amin-ul-mulk Sir.Mirza Ismail, K.C.I.M.C.B.E. Dewan of Mysore on 11-6-1939. This 100 bedded stone block was inaugurated by Rajamanthra Praveena, K.V.Anantha Raman, Esq. B.A. on 29/7/1940. The hospital bed strength was increased to 250 beds by constructing another in-patient block during 1980. Under a world Bank project, construction work over the Ist floor of the In-patient Block is under progress, in order to increase the bed strength of the Hospital to 400.
The Karnataka Health System Development Project, Bangalore has taken over the
Developmental and Modernization of District Hospital, Mandya from 23/3/1998. This Hospital now has the staff strength of 255 in
all, including District surgeon and 24 doctors working in different specialties. There are designated quarters for District
Surgeon, Resident Medical Officer & Lady Medical Officer in addition to 5 Medical
Officers quarters, 22 quarters for staff nurses and 10 for Group D.
1) SPECIALIST services are
available in General Medicine, General surgery, Orthopedics, Paediatrics, Eye, ENT, Skin
& STD, obstetrics & Gynaecology, Anaesthesiology, Forensic Medicine &
2) FACILITIES available at District Hospital are X-ray (100 MA, 200 MA, 300 MA & Mobile 50 MA) E.C.G., Physiotherapy, Ultrasound Scanning, Laboratory, Blood Bank, Operation Theatre facilities both Minor & Major for emergency & elective surgeries in all the above specialities, Neonatal-ICU, Post Martum Centre, District Medical equipment Maintenance Services and Ambulance Services.
3) Out patient services are available from 9 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 4 PM in all working days and 8 AM to 1 PM on all holidays.
4) Emergency & casualty services are available round the clock i.e., all the 24 hours.
5) Inpatient facilities are available; Food (Diet) is also served free of cost.
In addition, the following services are available:
1) Under National Programme of Control of Blindness, one district Mobile unit is working to extend the facilities to peripheral areas of the district. In addition to conventional cataract surgeries, Intra Ocular Lense replacement(I.O.L.) are also done free of cost.
2) Under de-addiction &
Community Psychiatry Programme, facilities are available for Counseling by clinical
psychologists. Inpatient facilities are
available and drugs are given free of cost.
3) Under National AIDS Control
Programme, Voluntary Counseling & Blood Testing Centre has been sanctioned and will
start working shortly.
4) Under the National Leprosy
Control Programme, Multi Drug Treatment for leprosy(M.D.T.) has been introduced from 1992
in the district through an NGO named M.O.B., Rural Health Centre effectively.
5) Under National Family Welfare
Programme, Sterilization operations, viz. No scalpel vasectomies, conventional Tubectomies
& Laparoscopies are being done.
6)Under Immunization Programme,
Mothers & Children are immunised & School Health Programme for the urban areas are
The District Hospital, Mandya will be getting the following facilities shortly:
1) Intensive Care Unit of 10 beds.
2) Four Modernized Operation Theatres.
3) 10 bedded Trauma café centre for Emergency & Trauma Patients.
4) Modern Kitchen
5) Regional Diagnostic Centre having following facilities:
d) High Tech Laboratory
The Hospital has appealed to the Government for the following facilities and are
1) Completion of Inpatient ward construction.
2) A separate 10 bedded Burns Centre and 4 bedded Jail Ward.
3) Large over head tank construction for continuous distribution of water supply
4) Supply of water from Cauvery II Phase of Mandya City.
5) Diesel Generators for uninterrupted power supply to various sections.
6) Lift facilities for Emergency Patients in Trauma Care & I.C.U. Operation Theatre(OT) complex.
7) Special Emergency Accident Ambulance Service (Life Line Ambulance)