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Health Indicators of Manipur


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National Health Programmes: Manipur Scenario

National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP)

The programme is in operation since 1955 as control programme. The prevalence of leprosy was 6 per 1000 population during the early eighties. The objective of the programme is to bring down the prevalence to 0.1 per 1000 population.

NLEP has been going on as a vertical programme but the state has already proposed to Government of India for integration of leprosy services with General Health Care Services.

Currently the programme is conducted through the following service units :

Sl. No Name of Centre No. of Units Centre Address
1 Urban Leprosy Centre 1 Imphal
2 Leprosy Control Unit 4 Thoubal, Bishnupur, Ukhrul &  Tamenglong
3 Survey education and Treatment  Centre(SET) 17
4 Leprosy Hospital (50 bedded) 1 Chingmeniring, Imphal
5 Temporary Hospitalisation Wards 2 Bishnupur & Thoubal
6 District Leprosy Societies for effective implementation of the programme 8 All Districts

Under World Bank assisted project (1996-97 to 2001-2002) Govt. of India provided cash assistance to the 8 District Leprosy Societies constituted to assist in implementing the programme. So far the World Bank has released Rs. 537.27 lakhs.

To augment the programme Modified Leprosy Elimination Campaign is launched. The first campaign was done from 8 to 14 March 1999 during which 14.59 lakhs population were covered.

2nd round Modified Leprosy Elimination campaign was held from December 1999 to Feb. 2000 about 80% of Medical Officers and 70% of Para Medical staff were given training.

Achievement for the past 5 years.

Year New Cases detection Cases discharged Under treatment PR/10000
Target Achievement (%) Target Achievement (%)
1997-98 200 244(122) 200 392(196) 520 2.36
1998-99 200 393(196.5) 400 234(98) 519 2.35
1999-2000 100 243(243) 500 505(101) 261 1015
2000-01 80 214(267.5) 300 270(90) 207 0.89
2001-02 80 166(207.5) 250 232(93) 142 0.59

National TB  Control Programme (NTCP):

Tuberculosis which has been described as a social disease is still a serious health problem in Manipur despite the control measures taken up for more than 30 years under national TB Control Programme. There is an increase in the incidence of this disease in the State and control of this disease has also become difficult due to emergence of drug resistance cases.


National Anti Malaria Programme (NAMP)

Malaria has been a big problem for the State

The State experienced resurgence of Malaria since 1992 which took alarming proportions with 7854 confirmed cases of which  68.1% were P.F. cases resulting to 55 deaths in 1994.

The programme was converted to 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) in December 1994. Henceforth, the operational cost and material cost are borne by the  Govt. of India excepting the salary of Multipurpose workers and the existing non-plan staff.

with active interaction under Modified Action Plan (MA) 1995 guidelines malaria situation has been under control.

Existing infrastructure and Facilities

The state has adequate surveillance machinery. All the Health Institutions up to PHC level have been provided facilities for blood smear examination. At present 2059 Drug Distribution Centres (DDC) amd 680 Fever Treatment Depots (FTD) are functioning in the State.

Epidemiological Data for the past 2 years:

Year Blood Smear Examinded Positive Cases of which pf % of pf Confirmed Death
2000 1.10 1064 380 35.7 Nil
2001 1.04 943 371 39.3 5
2002 (upto May) 0.25 224 91 40.6 Nil

National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB)

The objective of this programme is to reduce the incidence of blindness to 0.7% from the estimated present level of 1.35. The following statement shows the report on  N.P.C.B Manipur for the year 2000-01. During the period under report 41,333, patients were treated under N.P.C.B


National AIDS Control Programme

AIDS ( Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome) has emerged as a serious public health emergency in Manipur. Its is affecting a number of youths in Manipur. Accoridng to the report published by National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), Manipur ranks third highest as regards the total number of HIV positive cases, next to Maharastra and Tamil Nadu State.  In order to avert this looming catastrophe the following measures were taken up:

  • 100% blood safety in all the Blood banks in Manipur
  • Introduction of AIDS education in schools
  • 81% doctors, nurses & paranedicals trained in AIDS and related problems
  • Manipur State AIDS policy implemented
  • Various AIDS related¬† NGOs¬† are functioning in the State


National Iodine Deficiency Disorder Control Programme(NIDDCP)

Iodine defiency is a major public health problem in Manipur. The prevalence rate is 13%(1996). The objective of the programme is to reduce the prevalence rate to below 5% and ensure consumption by all household iodised salt of above 15 PPM.

The government of Manipur has already issued ban notification to the entry sale, storage, transportation of non-iodised salt. IEC activities and monitoring of salt samples through IDD monitoring lab and through field testing kits are the mainstay of the programme. Against the comsumption of iodised salt by 13% household in 1970, the percentage of household consuming salt has reached 96% in 2001-02.

Hospital in Manipur, India


Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital (J.N Hospital )

J.N. Hospital also known as State Hospital is being developed into a super-specialty hospital. It is a 200 bedded hospital providing services in 11 clinical disciplines

  • General¬† Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Orthopaedics Surgery
  • Gynecology & Obstetrics
  • Pediatrics
  • Neuro-Surgery
  • Psychiatry
  • Dermatology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Otolaryngology
  • Odontology

The clinical disciplines are supported by the Para clinical specialties of

  • Anaesthesiology
  • Radiology
  • Pathology
  • Microbiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Immuno-haematology

The hospital has got a fully licensed Blood Bank.

The major equipment available and giving services to the general public are

  • C.T. Scanner
  • 500 MA X-Ray machine with image intensifier
  • Ultrasound machine
  • Endoscopes for G.I. tract as well as for respiratory tract
  • Haemodialyses
  • Audiometer
  • Operating Microscopes
  • E.C.G machine
  • Anaesthesia machine
  • Multiple Biochemical Auto Analyser

The Department of Nephrology is being developed with the installation of 2(two) Haemodialysis machines. Doctors  have been exposed to short term courses on Urology, Oncology, Neurology, Arthroscopy, Special Surgery and Neurosurgery.

Contact Address of Hospital:

Medical Superintendent
Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital
Porompat, Imphal East, Manipur

Churachandpur District Hospital

This is the biggest district hospital having 100 beds. The hospital provide services in the clinical disciplines of

  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Orthopedics Surgery
  • Gynaecology & Obstetrics
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry
  • Dermatology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Odontology
  • E.N.T

The hospital is backed up by a full fledged Blood Bank and laboratory manned by a Pathologist.

Among the major equipment installed in the hospital
i) 300 MA X-Ray machine and
ii) ultrasound machine are worth mentioning.

A new OPD block has been constructed and inaugurated during May 2002.

Other District Hospitals

The state has 13 Hospitals including 7 District Hospitals and 1 -State level Hospital ( JN Hospital) as referral Centre. District hospitals in the State other than Churachndpur district hospital have beds ranging from 25 to 50. These  hospitals are handicapped due to absence of Blood Bank. As a result of which major operations are not performed regularly. Construction of blood banks is going on Ukhrul and Tamenglong districts.

Private Hospitals and Clinics

The state has number of private hospitals, nursing homes and clinics. These private health institutions are registered under the  State Health Department.  Detail of the Registered Nursing Homes and Clinics under  the Department as on 30.6.2002 are as follows :

Sl.No Name of the Centre No. of  Beds No. of Doctors & Employee Facility
1 OM Clinical Lab
Imphal, Manipur
NIL 1 Routine Lab Investigation
2 Cecil Medical Lab
NIL 3 -do-
3 Leirik Memorial Charitable Women’s Hospital and Maternity Home, Sangaiprou, Airport Road, Imphal 30 3 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD + Inpatient
4 Babina Clinical Lab
RIMS Road, Imphal
NIL 1 Lab Investigation
X-Ray, U/Sound
5 Mona Clinical Lab
Kombirei Keithel, Imphal
Nil 1 -do-
6 Associated Chamber of Commerce Medical Care and Research Centre, Thangal Bazar, Imphal 40 8 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD + Inpatient
7 Dr. Mao Dental Clinic
Thngal Bazar, Imphal
Nil 1 Dental Service
8 Sapam X-Ray Clinic
RIMS Road, Imphal
Nil 1 X-Ray, U/Sound
9 Langol View Charitable Clinic and Maternity Home,
Kombirei Keithel, Imphal
24 5 Maternity,
OPD + Inpatient services
10 Emo Optical Centre,
RIMS Road, Imphal
Nil Nil Refractionists
11 Sangai Optical Centre,
Masjid Road, Imphal
Nil Nil -do-
12 Leo Optics,
Paona Bazar, Polo ground Road, Imphal
Nil 1 -do-
13 Ranjan Clinical Lab,
BT Road Imphal
Nil 1 Lab Investigation
X-Ray, U/Sound
14 Catholic Medical Centre,
Koirengei, Imphal
40 6 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD +Inpatient
15 Joy Guru Optical Shop,
Thangal Bazar, Imphal
Nil Nil Refractionists
16 Shija Hospital & Research Centre
RIMS Road, Imphal
25 15 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD + Inpatient
Lab Facilities
17 Get-Well Clinic
Near Khuman Lampak, Imphal
6 1 Homeo Treatment
18 Imphal Hospital & research Centre
RIMS Road, Imphal
25 8 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD + Inpatient, ENT
Lab Facilities
19 Ching Tam Oral & Dental Clinic
Khoyathong, Imphal
Nil 1 Dental Surgery
20 Jobeon Imaging Clinic
RIMS Road, Imphal
Nil 1 X-Ray,
21 Yumnam Eye care Centre
RIMS Road, Imphal
Nil 1 Treatment of eye Diseases
22 Kshetri ECG Centre
RIMS Road, Imphal
Nil Nil ECG Cases
23 Adarsh Lab Clinic
Kangla Park, Imphal
Nil 1 Lab Investigation
24 Lamphel X-Ray & Lab Clinic & AFCUS
RIMS Road, Imphal
Nil 1 X-Ray,
25 Leishiphung Christian Hospital
30 4 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD + Inpatient
26 Berean Medical Centre
Ukhrul (merged with Leishiphung Christian Hospital wef March 2002)
9 1 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD + Inpatient


Public X-ray 7 clinical Lab
Nil 1 X-Ray,
28 Sielmat Christian Hospital
25 2 Gynae & Obstetrical cases
OPD + Inpatient
29 Bethsaida Hospital
15 2 General Medicines
30 Health Care Centre
Wangjing, Thoubal
8 1 Homeo Treatment
31 Sanasam X-ray & lab Clinic
8 1 X-ray &
Lab Investigation
32 Daya Clinic
Moirang, Bishnupur
5 2 Maternity Cases

Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS)

Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) was established on 14th Sept. 1972 in a picturesque Lamphelpat at the heart of Imphal, the capital city of Manipur.
Imphal is well connected by air with the rest of the country. It is also connected by road through Dimapur (Nagaland) and Silchar ( Assam) at a distance of 215 Kms. and 245 Kms. respectively.

This Institute is a joint venture of the north eastern states viz. Manipur, Meghalaya , Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh. It is fully funded by the Government of India through the North Eastern Council (NEC) and the six beneficiary states.

The campus of the Institute occupies 192 acres of land and comprises of 881 bedded hospital and 25 major departments including super specialties with an extensive area of residential campus for the staff and adequate hostel accommodation for the students.

The administration of the Institute was with the Government of Manipur till 31st July, 1976. Subsequently, from Ist August 1976 it was managed by an autonomous registered Society of Registered Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal.

The administration and management of the Institute vested to the Executive Council and the Board of Governors with the Secretary of NEC and the Hon’ble¬† Chief Minister of Manipur as Chairman respectively. The Director of the Institute is the Ex-officio Member Secretary for both the council and the Board. All the Health Ministers of the six beneficiary states, Secretary of NEC, Secretary Home, Secretary Health and DGHS.¬† Government of India are the members of the Governing Body. The Health Commissioners of beneficiary states , a representative of Manipur University, a representative of Central Government and a representative of academic staff of the Institute are the members of the Executive Council.

The RIMS Hospital has 881 bed strength. Round the year,  Doctors are attending number of OPD patients and numbers of patients are admitted in the hospital. There had been better nursing care with the induction of more staff nurses. It has 18 clinical departments, Casualty and emergency ward and a blood bank. Number of voluntary donors are donating blood and the blood bank continues to provide blood whenever needed. It has a stand-by Diesel Generator of 250 KVA capacity also.

For the welfare of the retired employees of RIMS, a separate pension scheme is also implemented.

Educational Activities & Achievement ( as on Aug, 2002)
1. Undergraduate:
Intake capacity                    : 100 per annum
No. of students( in roll)        : 510
No. of doctors produced       : 1764 ( as on 31/8/02
2. Postgraduate (Degree)
(a) Enrolment
Intake capacity                    : 52 per annum
No. of students( in roll)        : 155
No. of doctors produced       : 251( as on 31/8/02
(b) Department having P.G, Courses
M.S 1 General Surgery
2 E.N.T (Otorhinolaryngology)
3 Ophthalmology
4 Orthopaedics
5 Anatomy
MD 1 General Medicine
2 Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 Pediatrics
4 Anesthesiology
5 Biochemistry
6 Psychiatry
7 Physiology
8 Pharmacology
9 Forensic Medicine
10 Pathology
11 Community Medicine
12 Microbiology
13 Radiotherapy
14 Radio diagnosis


3. Diploma Courses:
(a)  D.C.P. ( Diploma in Clinical Pathology)
Intake capacity                    : 2 per annum
No. of students( in roll)        : 4
No. of passed students         : 18 ( as on 31/8/02
(b) D.A. (Diploma in Anesthesiology)
Intake capacity                    : 4 per annum
No. of students( in roll)        : 8
No. of passed students         : 12 ( as on 31/8/02)


Important facilities Available at RIMS, Imphal
Hospital: ICU
GI Endoscopy
Selection & TPG
Advance dental X-ray
CT Scan
Carm image intensifier
Interlocking nail
Tread mill stress testing system
FAC scan
Library: It is a Regional Medical library with the facilities of Internet and MEDLARS
Lecture Hall: There are 9 (nine) Lecture Halls
Indoor Stadium: with Gallery
Auditorium: Known as Jubilee Hall with 1000 capacity
Canteen: 2 (two) in the RIMS complex
Hostels: 2 PG Hostels, 6 MBBS students hostels ( Boys & Girls separate)
Quarters & Guest House: 249 Quarters and 1 Guest House
Bank: A branch of UBI is in the campus
Centres: * State medico legal centre at Forensic Medicine department.
* One of the 8 AIDS referral centers of India at Microbiology Dept.
* 6 (six) bodies cold storage in Anatomy & Forensic Dept.


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