Implementation of all health Programs and schemes as per guideline of State.
Maintenance of standards of service in hospitals and health care facilities.
Ensure affordable, accessible, sustainable, quality essential health care for all.
Reduce out of pocket expenditures of the beneficiaries.
The health care system has primary health care network, a secondary care system comprising of district and sub-divisional hospitals and tertiary hospitals providing specialty and super specialty care. District is headed by the Chief Medical Officer of Health (C.M.O.H.), assisted by Deputy and Assistant C.M.O.H.s, whose responsibility is to manage the primary health care sector and ensure the effective implementation of the various medical, health and family welfare programs. The secondary level hospitals are headed by medically trained Superintendents, who are accountable to the C.M.O.H. as well as Rogi Kalyan Samity. At the block level, the Block Medical Officer of Health is responsible for providing services and for monitoring and supervising the primary health centres and health program implementation. There are various training activities are being organized through the hospital set up and Nursing training schools.