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Update on Establishment of Primary Health Centres

Posted On: 21 DEC 2021 3:04PM by PIB Delhi

Under the National Health Mission (NHM), Primary Health Centre (PHC) are established to cover a population of 30,000 in rural areas and 20,000 in hilly, tribal and desert areas.

As per the Rural Health Statistics 2019-20, as on 31.03.2020, a total of 24,918 rural PHCs and 5,895 urban PHCs have been functional in the country. State-wise details are given in Annexure-I.

State-wise details of State Program Implementation Plan approvals for the Primary Health Centres under NHM for the year 2018-19 to 2020-21 and current year 2021-22 are given at Annexure-II.

Annexure-I

NUMBER OF PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES (PHCs) FUNCTIONING IN RURAL & URBAN AREAS (as on 31.03.2020)

 

S.No.

 

State/UT

 

PHC

 

Rural

 

Urban

1

AndhraPradesh

1142

243

2

ArunachalPradesh

119

5

3

Assam

946

56

4

Bihar

1702

325

5

Chhattisgarh

792

45

6

Goa

55

4

7

Gujarat

1477

318

8

Haryana

385

100

9

Himachal Pradesh

564

24

10

Jharkhand

291

60

11

Karnataka

2176

358

12

Kerala

784

148

13

MadhyaPradesh

1199

277

14

Maharashtra

1829

846

15

Manipur

85

8

16

Meghalaya

119

24

17

Mizoram

57

8

18

Nagaland

130

7

19

Odisha

1288

89

20

Punjab

427

100

21

Rajasthan

2094

383

22

Sikkim

24

1

23

TamilNadu

1420

464

24

Telangana

636

249

25

Tripura

107

5

26

Uttarakhand

257

38

27

UttarPradesh

2880

593

28

WestBengal

913

456

29

 

Andaman& Nicobar Islands

22

5

30

Chandigarh

0

48

31

Dadra&Nagar Haveli and

Daman& Diu

10

3

32

Delhi

5

541

33

Jammu&Kashmir

923

49

34

Ladakh

32

0

35

Lakshadweep

4

0

36

Puducherry

24

15

 

AllIndia

24918

5895

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure-II

State/UT wise details of Approvals for the Primary Health Centres (PHCs) under NHM for the FY 2018-19 to 2021-22

 

 

 

 

 

Rs. In Lakhs

S.No.

Name of the State / UT

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

1

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

8.00

-

30.00

129.00

2

Andhra Pradesh

-

130.00

2,723.76

2,196.75

3

Arunachal Pradesh

356.06

544.80

530.00

614.61

4

Assam

1,024.33

1,777.06

4,548.68

4,230.10

5

Bihar

10,508.85

5,766.94

3,887.50

2,025.40

6

Chandigarh

-

-

5.25

5.25

7

Chhattisgarh

3,317.94

1,996.62

3,765.38

6,874.34

8

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

-

-

10.00

-

9

Daman & Diu

-

-

10

Delhi

-

-

121.00

121.00

11

Goa

1.50

-

70.20

54.95

12

Gujarat

383.50

1,049.29

3,249.18

1,482.63

13

Haryana

7.00

75.00

671.94

649.05

14

Himachal Pradesh

738.80

2,024.48

526.75

677.88

15

Jammu & Kashmir

745.00

597.68

2,899.36

4,141.83

16

Jharkhand

1,245.00

1,739.96

328.50

334.50

17

Karnataka

6,368.50

4,154.63

9,829.06

4,973.75

18

Kerala

581.00

821.31

2,105.91

1,950.13

19

Ladakh

-

-

202.00

822.00

20

Lakshadweep

-

-

2.00

24.50

21

Madhya Pradesh

-

610.00

4,221.71

4,550.25

22

Maharashtra

9,955.00

18,181.77

20,514.48

30,827.33

23

Manipur

126.70

770.50

654.25

618.25

24

Meghalaya

9.00

70.50

279.35

356.75

25

Mizoram

84.00

114.38

83.03

30.00

26

Nagaland

102.30

33.97

618.84

500.50

27

Odisha

740.00

1,433.57

11,720.84

12,012.43

28

Puducherry

-

-

39.13

51.69

29

Punjab

-

-

272.13

267.70

30

Rajasthan

7,524.12

23,329.83

22,406.76

8,402.46

31

Sikkim

307.63

358.19

33.88

89.50

32

Tamil Nadu

976.25

3,465.90

7,283.59

5,450.18

33

Telangana

630.00

-

1,906.50

1,258.25

34

Tripura

2,140.50

1,272.00

2,145.00

2,265.04

35

Uttar Pradesh

37.50

412.89

7,140.88

10,863.60

36

Uttarakhand

16.00

5.56

338.88

832.80

37

West Bengal

2,295.75

3,205.81

1,451.63

2,397.50

Note:

         

1. The above figures are as per the available Financial Management Report (FMR) submitted by the State/UTs and is updated upto 24.11.2021.

2. The above data comprises of inter alia Untied Funds, Additional Building/ Major Upgradation of existing Structure, Up gradation, Spill over of Ongoing Works, New Constructions, Staff Quarters, Carry forward of new construction initiated last year, or the year before, etc. provided to Primary Health Centres (PHC) supported under NHM.

 

The Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Dr Bharati Pravin Pawar stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

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