Outreach Medical Clinics -Madu
Mobile Medical clinics
Map source: http://www.ifsp-srilanka.org/html/administrative_map_jaffna.html
Our medical team has a Doctor, a Nurse, a Pharmacist, a Field assistant and a Field Coordinator. We also work with 3 volunteers from your village who can help you to know more about us, the services, project detail and our complaint mechanism. The registration is open from 8.30 AM to 4 pm.
Operational schedule for the outreach clinics at the villages in Madhu and Manthai West DS Divisions
|1||Eechalawakkai & Periyamadhu||Every Monday||8.30 am to 4.00 p|
|2||Villathykulam& Sinnavalayankaddu||Every Tuesday||8.30 am to 4.00 pm|
|3||Kalmadhu (Matheena Nagar)||Every Wednesday||8.30 am to 4.00 pm|
|4||Kalmadhu Unit II||Every Thursday||8.30 am to 4.00 pm|
|5||KakkayanKulam East & West||Every Friday||8.30 am to 4.00 pm|
03rd,04th, 06th, 08th, 09th,10th, 11th, 12th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 22nd, 23rd,24th ,25th, 30th of November 2010
(Clinics were not conducted on 01st & 02nd due to MOD clearance issues and 26th and 29th due to floods )
01st,02nd,03rd,07th,09th, 10th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 22nd,23rd , 24th, 27th, 28th, 29th, & 30th December
03rd, 04th, 05th, 06th, 07th, 10th, 11th, 13th, 14th January 2011
(January 12th Outreach clinic was not conducted due to flooding.
|Objectives||Objective 1: 22 days of services per month for targeted population on site in remote locations
Objective 2:ensuring staff needed are deployed
Objective 3: Ensuring equipment ,drugs and consumables are provided ,usage reported and accounted
Objective 4: Supplementary regional health care through mobile services
Objective 5: Continuation of services begun in Manic Farm to resettled areas to refine and sustain community based health care in collaboration with Regional health care structures of GoSL.
|Beneficiaries||Returnees in Eechalawakkai, Sannar, Kakayankulam West, Kakayankulam East, Kalmadhu Unit II, Villathykulam Mathinanagar & Sinnavalayankaddu|
|Partners||Funded by IMHO Implemented by CHA coordination with RDHS Mannar|
Number of Patients Treated/Assisted by November, December 2010 and January 2011
Total Number of Patients
Below age 05
Above age 05
Above age 05
Follow up cases referred to Local Hospitals – November 2010- January 2011
|Type of Disease Detected||No of cases||Referred Hospital|
22 days of services per month for targeted population on site in remote locations
ensuring staff needed are deployed
Ensuring equipment ,drugs and consumables are provided ,usage reported and accounted
Supplementary regional health care through mobile services
Continuation of services begun in Manic Farm to resettled areas to refine and sustain community based health care in collaboration with Regional health care structures of GoSL.
Returnees in Eechalawakkai, Sannar, Kakayankulam West, Kakayankulam East, Kalmadhu Unit II, Villathykulam Mathinanagar & Sinnavalayankaddu
Funded by IMHO Implemented by CHA coordination with RDHS Mannar
The Team consists of a medical doctor, an Administrative officer a Nurse and with pharmacist. The mobile vehicle is arranged with the necessary equipments and the Medicine is distributed by the health team within the programme budget. Locations and infrastructure for the clinics are arranged by the RDHS Mannar. Local security officials have been provided their full support for timely implementation
Coordination is ensured with the Regional Director of Health Services in the district. Other health related implementers such as District Health coordination meeting, headed by RDHS also is being attended. Other implementing agencies were visited before commencing of the programme to ensure no duplication and overlapping.
Technical supervision is being provided by RDHS to ensure the quality of services in place. Local MOH Staff also involved in facilitation of this programme.
This mobile health programme has been conducted from the 01st week of November 2010 to January 2011 at the 08 villages in Madhu and Manthai DS divisions in Mannar district. It is basically programmed for 02 and half months, and will continue upon the needs, availability of resources and request. The team visits each village everyday according to the schedule given by RDHS. Approximately over 55 patients benefit each day through this initiation. They are provided consultation, referrals and medicine free of charge. The Team also conducts Health education during the mobile health service in the villages. The clinics served around 2349 patients during the two and half month’s operations by 44 outreach clinics. 156 special patients have referred to the Vavuniya Hospital for the treatments of the diseases i.e. Hypertension, Diabetics and Asthma.