Infrastructure and Medical Practitioners | Shortfall of Human Resources Statewise

Health Centres and Sub-Centres
Health Centres and Sub-Centres

PIB News Update: Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey has informed that Public health being a State subject, all the administrative and personnel matters, including that of recruitment of specialist doctors in public health facilities lie with the respective State Governments. The shortage of health human resource in public health facilities varies from State to State depending upon their policies and context. However, under National Health Mission (NHM), financial and technical supports are provided to the State/UTs to strengthen their healthcare systems including support for recruitment of health human resource (Specialists Doctors and other health workers), based on the requirements posed by them in their Programme Implementation Plans (PIPs) within their overall resource envelope.

As per Rural Health Statistics 2018-19 (as on 31st March 2019)brought out by this Ministry based on the information provided by State/UTs,the State/UT wise number of shortfall of physicians (Specialists, Doctors and General Duty Medical Officers), nurses and other health workers at Sub-Centres (SCs), Primary Health Centres (PHCs), Community Health Centres and across India are given respectively:

 

Shortfall of Human Resources at Sub-Centres (SCs) (Rural)(as on 31st March 2019)

S. No. State/ UTs ANM/Health Worker (Female)&

Health Worker (Male)

1 Andhra Pradesh 107
2 Arunachal Pradesh 108
3 Assam *
4 Bihar *
5 Chhattisgarh 563
6 Goa 166
7 Gujarat 1761
8 Haryana *
9 Himachal Pradesh 1856
10 Jammu & Kashmir 824
11 Jharkhand 389
12 Karnataka 8038
13 Kerala 2382
14 Madhya Pradesh 5871
15 Maharashtra *
16 Manipur *
17 Meghalaya *
18 Mizoram *
19 Nagaland 62
20 Odisha 1988
21 Punjab 247
22 Rajasthan 13848
23 Sikkim 105
24 Tamil Nadu 6499
25 Telangana 193
26 Tripura 730
27 Uttarakhand 1910
28 Uttar Pradesh 10749
29 West Bengal *
30 A& N Islands *
31 Chandigarh 0
32 D & N Haveli *
33 Daman & Diu *
34 Delhi 10
35 Lakshadweep *
36 Puducherry 67
  All India/ Total 58473

*: There is a Surplus of ANM / Health Worker (Female)some of States/UTs

Note: 1. All India figures for Shortfall are the totals of State/UT-wise Shortfall ignoring surplus in some States / UTs

 

 

Shortfall of Human Resources at Primary Health Centres (PHCs) (Rural & Urban)

 (as on 31st March 2019)

S. No. State/ UTs ANM/HW (F) Doctors Pharmacists Lab Technicians Nursing Staffs
1 Andhra Pradesh 2214 * 524 746 *
2 Arunachal Pradesh * 26 89 93 *
3 Assam * * * * *
4 Bihar * * 1610 1541 543
5 Chhattisgarh * 454 114 313 *
6 Goa * * * 1 *
7 Gujarat 582 * 75 188 *
8 Haryana * * 122 242 *
9 Himachal Pradesh 494 98 376 563 381
10 Jammu & Kashmir 213 * * 84 *
11 Jharkhand * * 244 239 205
12 Karnataka 1740 70 413 909 *
13 Kerala * * * 483 *
14 Madhya Pradesh 346 164 360 854 584
15 Maharashtra * * 619 1101 800
16 Manipur * * * 44 *
17 Meghalaya * * * * *
18 Mizoram 67 * 11 * *
19 Nagaland * * 32 55 *
20 Odisha 470 453 95 1229 777
21 Punjab 183 * * 66 *
22 Rajasthan 608 287 1596 961 *
23 Sikkim * * 16 0 *
24 Tamil Nadu 306 * 581 1235 *
25 Telangana 1134 * 323 293 *
26 Tripura * * * 16 *
27 Uttarakhand 122 * 57 242 196
28 Uttar Pradesh 403 380 1599 3172 3560
29 West Bengal 2797 * 123 850 *
30 A& N Islands * * * 12 *
31 Chandigarh 115 0 * 32 34
32 D & N Haveli * * * * *
33 Daman & Diu 4 1 0 0 *
34 Delhi 1025 * * 298 489
35 Lakshadweep * * * * *
36 Puducherry * * * 13 *
  All India/Total 12823 1933 8979 15875 7569

*: There are a Surplus of ANM/HW, Doctors, Pharmacists, Lab Technicians and Nursing Staffs in some of State/UTs.

Note: 1. All India figures for Shortfall are the totals of State/UT-wise Shortfall ignoring surplus in some States / UTs

 

Shortfall of Human Resources at Community Health Centres (CHCs) (Rural & Urban)

 (as on 31st March 2019)

S. No. State/ UTs Specialists GDMO Radiogra-phers Pharmacists Lab Technicians Nursing Staff
1 Andhra Pradesh 403 62 127 36 64 *
2 Arunachal Pradesh 248 11 46 17 0 *
3 Assam 571 * 88 * * 22
4 Bihar 518 * 149 98 * 716
5 Chhattisgarh 635 * 13 * * *
6 Goa 15 0 * * * *
7 Gujarat 1351 * 184 52 21 46
8 Haryana 491 * 71 * * *
9 Himachal Pradesh 371 * 67 15 57 432
10 Jammu & Kashmir 94 * * * * *
11 Jharkhand 640 * 118 * * 106
12 Karnataka 343 196 40 * 24 339
13 Kerala 876 * 229 * 211 233
14 Madhya Pradesh 1191 31 96 * * *
15 Maharashtra 778 175 243 * * *
16 Manipur 89 * * * * *
17 Meghalaya 108 * 10 * * *
18 Mizoram 36 3 4 1 * 12
19 Nagaland 76 9 18 * * *
20 Odisha 1258 * 317 * * 552
21 Punjab 486 * * * * *
22 Rajasthan 1885 * 229 87 87 *
23 Sikkim 8 0 * 0 * *
24 Tamil Nadu 1407 * 308 * * 713
25 Telangana 70 * 41 21 28 *
26 Tripura 86 * 10 * * *
27 Uttarakhand 241 * 62 * 19 201
28 Uttar Pradesh 2280 604 609 * 116 *
29 West Bengal 1269 * 183 * * *
30 A& N Islands 16 8 4 * * *
31 Chandigarh * * * * * *
32 D & N Haveli 8 0 0 * * *
33 Daman & Diu 3 * * * * *
34 Delhi * * * 0 * *
35 Lakshadweep 12 * * * * *
36 Puducherry 13 * 0 * * *
  All India/ Total 17876 1099 3266 327 627 3372

*: There are a Surplus of Specialists, GDMO, Radiographers, Pharmacists, Lab Technicians and Nursing Staff in some of State/UTs.

Note: 1. All India figures for Shortfall are the totals of State/UT-wise Shortfall ignoring surplus in some State/UTs

 

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