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From The Director’s Desk

 

 
       
 

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the website of Civil Hospital Aizawl. As the Director of Hospital & Medical Education it is indeed an honour and privilege to be associated with such an establishment and its quest to serve the people of Mizoram and living up to the dream of healthier Mizoram. I feel this merely can't be termed as a unilateral visionary effort, but deserves to be adjudicated as an achievement commendable par excellence.  
 

Speaking about the hospital, the present 300 Bedded Civil Hospital Aizawl was established in 1896 with a few Beds. In 1906 the Hospital had around 12 Beds to cater to the Small population of that time. During 1960’s the Hospital had about 56 Beds (Male wards, Female wards, Isolating ward and Separate 12 Bedded T.B. wards). From 1966 onwards the massive influx / migration of Rural Population to Aizawl in search of Jobs, better Education and other opportunities necessitated the increase of bed strength to cope with the ever increasing demand. Around 1990 the total bed strength was around 300. The first Post Graduate trained Doctor in General Surgery and obs and Gynae joined the Hospital in 1971. Subsequently, more and more Post Graduate trained Doctors (Specialist) in various Specialities joined the Hospital from time to time leading to the Establishment of different departments based on Speciality to give need based specialized treatment.
 

This Hospital also provides practical training to Doctors in MTP, Tubectomy (mini lap and Laparoscopic) one year pre- registration training for MBBS students, One year certificate course (Houseman ship) training for MBBS graduates in different specialities. This Hospital also provides Hospital practice area for BSc. Nursing students, EGC and Radiography Course for technicians.
 

             The Hospital to a large extent apart from giving best Medical Services to the people of Mizoram aims to reduce the number of patients referred to Hospitals outside the State. 
 

At present the following facilities for the best medical care services within the State of Mizoram are available in the Hospital – Surgery, Medicines, obs + Gynae, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Dermatology, Radiology, Ophthalmology, ENT, AYUSH, Pathology, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Anesthesiology, Oncology, Forensic Medicines, Blood Bank, Eye Bank and Corneal Transplant.
 

Presently the oncology department of this hospital is a Regional Cancer Centre funded by the Government of India. The Mizoram government will upgrade its existing 40-bed small treatment centre to a 100-bed cancer diagnosis and treatment centre at Zemabawk which is on the northern fringes of the capital city. It will be the third cancer hospital in the Northeast.
 

The Kulikawn Hospital being the contemporary mother care unit within the periphery also provides a IPD unit for psychiatric patients and OPDs for General Medicine, Dental, Eye, OBS & Gynae with pathology and radio diagnostics facility.
 

          With the constant and valiant effort of our Doctors the State of Mizoram has achieved recognitions at different levels.
 

1. 2nd  Best Performing  State during 2005-10  Health under NRHM amongst North East States in India.
2. RSBY Best Improve State in the N.E. Region 2011
3. The Largest & best selling Magazine in India (India Today) has awarded Most Improved State in  Health, 2011amongst small states in India to State Govt.
4. Population foundation of India – JRD TATA Memorial Award(2012) for Population, Reproductive and Child Health.

 

Our recent drive to computerize Civil Hospital Aizawl, Kulikawn Hospital and Regional Cancer Centre Zemabawk through HMIS added a new feather to our cap of success. It’s a mission of our Govt. to create a centralized database of patients from informational to transformational enabling technology for a healthier state of Mizoram.

 

Finally the goal would be to put in every effort to make every patient feel cared for and offer all facilities to those who offer care or cure so that they have the sense of belonging to the commune that is striving for the Quest to fight diseases and make the state of Mizoram healthy in the times to come.

 

With best wishes.

 
   

 

 
   

(Dr. Lalrinliana Sailo)
Director
Hospital & Medical Education
Government of Mizoram

 
       

 

 
 

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