Biannual Report (Oct 2016- March 2017) & Annual Report  (April 2016- March 2017)

FPIS Claim Status (2016-17)

List of Empanelled providers

Line list of sterilization trained/Empaneled providers

SQAC/SISC/DQAC and DISC Members

All Death Audit Reports

 

LIST OF EMPANELLED PROVIDERS

LINE LISTING OF STERILIZATION TRAINED/EMPANELLED PROVIDERS

SQAC/SISC/DQAC and DISC MEMBERS

FAMILY PLANNING PERFORMANCE

STATUS OF FPIS CLAIMS

STATUS OF DEATH AUDIT

Minutes of District Family Planning Indemnity Sub Committee for South Goa District on 02-02-2016

Minutes of District Family Planning Indemnity Sub Committee for South Goa District on 15-04-2016

 

 

Promotion of various contraception methods for spacing as well as permanent sterilization are undertaken, including the role of emergency contraceptive pill which is used as an emergency measure to prevent pregnancy in an event following unprotected sex.

Two types of method:

1.      Temporary Methods: IUCD/ PPIUCD

·         Oral Pills

·         Emergency Contraceptives

·         Condoms

2.      Permanent Methods: Female sterilization

·         Male sterilization                            

In order to address the unmet needs of contraception, IEC activities are strengthened.

 

Sterilization services are held at hospitals and selected health centres on different days of the week.

Sterilization:- 1) For Male – Vasectomy (Conventional/NSV)

                    2) For Female – Tubectomy (Minilap/Laparoscopic)

Days fixed for sterilization -

Centres Providing Family Planning Services – Sterilizations

•     Government Hospitals providing Family Planning services in the state of Goa in accordance with National Standards – for Sterilizations.

•     Goa Medical College - Tertiary Hospital

•     North Goa District Hospital & Hospicio Hospital – District Hospitals

•     CHC Valpoi

•     CHC Canacona

•     CHC Pernem

•     CHC Curchorem

•     Cottage Hospital Chicalim

•     PHC Marcaim

No private institutes are accredited.

 

Other Methods

Government Facilities

•         IUCD / PPIUCD

           All Government hospitals/CHC/PHC

•         Oral Pills/Condoms/EC

           All Government hospitals/CHC/PHC/SC/RMD

 

Our achievement for the last 3 years.

 

Methods used for  Sterilization

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

Vasectomy

 

 

 

 

Tubectomy

 

 

 

C.C. users

 

 

 

O.P. users

 

 

 

IUD Insertion

 

 

 

EC users

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Incentives for Family Planning (Revised rates for Sterilization Public (Govt.) facilities)

Category

Breakage at the compen-

sation package

Acceptor

Motivator

Drugs and dressing

Surgeon Charges

Anesthetist

Staff Nurse

OT techni-

cian / helper

Refres

hment

Camp Manag

ement

Total

Non High

Focus

States

GOA

Vasectomy

(ALL)

Tubectomy

(BPL + SC/ST only)

1100

 

600

200

 

150

50

 

100

100

 

75

-

 

25

15

 

15

15

 

15

10

 

10

10

 

10

1500

 

1000

Tubectomy

(APL only)

250

150

100

75

25

15

15

10

10

650

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTIVE PILLS

For Emergency use only

Emergency Contraceptive should not be used routinely to prevent pregnancy. Regular contraceptives (condoms, pills, injectables, IUDS, sterilization, etc.) are more effective and have fewer side effects.  If you want more information about regular contraceptives or if you are getting trouble using a method, ask your health care provider for help choosing a method that works for you.