RSBK Recruitment 2008 MOs (MBBS, AYUSH) & Paramedical posts in AP

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RSBK -MOs & Paramedical 
The Government of India has launched the "Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RSBK)".  The main aim of RSBK is to provide medication to the children in the age group from birth to 18 years to cover 4 diseases viz. Defects at birth, Deficiencies, Diseases, Development delays including disability at zero cost

How  RSBK works?

Implementation of RSBK will be done through "District Early Intervention Center (DEIC)" for the age group of infant babies to 6 years.  After 6 years to 18 years children will be referred by DEIC  to the Public Health facilities (PHCs, CHCS & DHs etc.).
Infant babies will be carefully examined by Medical Officer, Staff Nurses and ANMs for two days at the delivery point. ASHA workers will take charge of infant babies from two days to 6 weeks under the programme of Home Based Newborn Care (HBNC) package . Outreach screening will be done by Mobile Health teams for 6 weeks to 6 years at ANGANWADI centres.

Medical Officers (MOs), ANM, Pharmacists and Paramedical staff Recruitment in RSBK by AP Government

The Andhra Pradesh (AP) Government has issued Government order regarding RSBK recruitment of  2008 posts of Medical Officers , ANMs, Pharmacists, Data Entry Operators and other medical  and paramedical related posts under Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RSBK) in the mainstreaming of National Health Mission (NHM) on contract and outsourcing basis. The Medical Officers (MO's) posts will be filled by the candidates who have the qualification of MBBS and AYUSH Doctors.

In the recruitment order, Government of AP has described RSBK programme as assures free management and treatment including surgical interventions at tertiary level. All pre-school children  below 6 years of age would be screened Mobile Health Teams at least twice a year and school children age 6 to 18 years would be screened by the team at least once a year. the mobile health team will consists of four members 2- Medical Officers (Male and Female), an ANM/Staff Nurse and a Pharmacist. The District Early Intervention Centers (DEICs) have also established at the District Headquarters Hospitals across the state to provide referral support to children detected with health condition during the preliminary health screening. 

The Government accorded permission to Commissioner of Health and Family Welfare and Mission Director, National Health Mission to fill the following posts for Mobile Health Teams and 13 DEICs for successful implementation of Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram under NHM on contract and outsourcing basis.

Mobile Health Team (Contract basis)

  1. Medical officers (MOs) - 900 posts (MBBS - 675) + AYUSH - 225)
  2. ANM - 450 posts
  3. Pharmacists - 450 posts.

District Early Intervention Centers (DEICs):

Only Data Entry Operators (DEO) and Social workers are on "Outsourcing basis" rest of the posts are on contract basis.
  1. Paediatrician- 13
  2. RBSK Coordinator - 13
  3. Medical Officer - 13
  4. Dental Doctors - 13
  5. Physiotherapist - 1
  6. clinical Psychologist - 13
  7. Optometrist -13
  8. Pediatric Audiologist cum speech therapist -13
  9. Early Interventionist cum Special educator -13
  10. Lab technician - 13
  11. Dental Hygienist - 13
  12. DEIC Manager - 13
  13. Data Entry Operators -13
  14. Social Worker -13
  15. Staff nurses - 26

Recruitment process of RSBK posts in all Districts!

The Commissioner of Health and Family Welfare and MD, National AYUSH Mission will fill up all the posts on contract basis through a Society / District Selection Committee. A paper notification will be given and as per Rule of reservation, age and educational qualification, the recruitment process will be initiated.

The following services are being provided for the selected Health conditions for Child Health screening and Early Interventions services

Defects at Birth:

  1. Neural Tube defect
  2. Down's Syndrome
  3. Cleft Lip & Palate / Cleft palate alone
  4. talipes (Clubfoot)
  5. Developmental dysplasia of the hip
  6. Congenital cataract
  7. Congenital deafness
  8. Congenital heart diseases
  9. retinopathy of Prematurity

Deficiencies:

  • Anaemia especially severe anaemia
  • Vitamin A deficiency (Bitot spot)
  • Vitamin D Deficiency, (Rickets)
  • Severe Acute Malnutrition
  • Goiter

Diseases of Childhood:

  1. Skin conditions (Scabies, fungal infection and Eczema)
  2. Otitis media
  3. Rheumatic heart disease
  4. Reactive airway disease
  5. Dental conditions

Developmental delays and Disabilities

  • Vision Impairment
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Neuromotor Impairment
  • Motor delay
  • Cognitive delay
  • Language delay



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07 November, 2016 16:35 ×

Nice information.

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