TELANGANA VAIDYA VIDHANA PARISHAD

                    Telangana Vaidya Vidhana Parishad (TVVP) was established with effect from 2nd June 2014 upon bifurcation of United State of Andhra Pradesh in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh States separately (the Organization was established under an act of legislation enacting an act No.29 of 1986 solely to manage secondary level hospitals in the State. 159 hospitals were developed under World Bank funding during 1995-02. They were provided with new buildings, minor & major equipment. Staff was given training in skill up-dation to better manage the hospitals and provide patient care)  Subsequently some Primary Health Centres were transferred to secondary care. As on today there are 103 hospitals spread over the entire State as shown below:

 

Type of Hospitals

Number

Beds

  •  

District Hospitals

6

1550

  •  

Area Hospitals

37

3800

  •  

Community Health Centres with 50 beds

22

1100

  •  

Community Health Centres with 30 beds

25

 750

  •  

Maternity & Child Health Hospitals

8

950

  •      

Urban Community Health Centres

8

260

  •  

Civil Dispensaries

4

0

 

Total

110

8410

 TVVP ACTIVITIES

 (TVVP for CARE, COMFORT & COURTESY)

TVVP plans, monitors, guides, supports and evaluates both physical and financial aspects in the following areas at all the secondary hospitals that are under its control:

  1. Maintenance of hospital buildings and sanitation
  2. Provision, maintenance & supervision of major & minor equipment
  3. Provision of drugs & consumables 
  4. Service Matters of all its employees like, Promotions, Seniority, Transfers & Postings, Trainings, Disciplinary proceedings, etc.
  5. Review of Hospitals performance
  6. Allocating finances

 Hospitals’ Activities

 TVVP hospitals provide the Outpatient services, Inpatient services (including emergency & surgical), Diagnostic services and Laboratory services. Along with the Primary Health Centres and Teaching hospitals (Tertiary Hospitals) these hospitals act as a platform for implementation of various National Health Programs like Malaria, Tuberculosis, Family Welfare, AIDS, etc.

 I.The District Hospitals (DH) provide service with a bed strength that ranges from 200 - 350 with clinical specialties like OB&GY, Pead. Anes. General Surgery, General Medicine, Ortho., Opthal., ENT, Radiology, Pathology, Dermatology, Chest, Psy. and Dental.

 II.The Area Hospitals (AH) provides service with 100 beds with clinical specialties like Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Anes., General Medicine,  General Surgery, ENT, Ortho, Opthal, Pahtalogy and Dental

 III.The Community Health Centres (CHC) with 30-50 beds with clinical specialties Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Anes., General Medicine,  General Surgery.

 IV.The MCH Hospitals (MCH) with 50 beds and clinical specialty in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Anes. Pead.

 V.The Urban Community Health Centres (UCHC’s) with 30 beds and one clinical specialty. These hospitals are provided with professional Staff (Doctors, Nurses, and paramedics) and medical equipment depending upon their service levels and bed strength. The drugs are provided to all the hospitals by the central drug stores under APHMHIDC as per the requirements specified by TVVP.

 VI.The Civil Dispensaries (CD’s) with clinical specialty of Medical Officer in General Medicine. These Dispensaries are located in Old & New MLA Quarters, High Court and Secretariat to cater the medical needs of the Ministers, MLA’s and MLC’s (Including ex-MLA’s and ex-MLC’s) High Court Staff and All India Service Officers including Secretariat Staff. The said dispensaries provides medicines to all the eligible beneficiaries through the said dispensaries.