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Nadia district is located between North 24 Parganas District on the south, Murshidabad District on tne north, The Hooghly on the west and Bangladesh on the east. Due to its rich irrigation facilities in the southern portion of this district, agriculture is the principal occupation of the inhabitants here. Besides, there are good number of handloom weavers and rural artisans. Handloom weaving here is traditionally famous for its design quality and workmanship. Clay modeling of Krishnagar is also famous.

Population explosion of the district was due to its proximity to Bangladesh border and uninterrupted influx of refugees from that country during the last three decades. As a result, the socio-economic pattern of this district has thoroughly changed during this period giving rise to a wide ranging social tension. Population of this district, being 46,03,756 as per Census 2001, has increased to such an extent that health care facilities are always felt an apology to the actual need. Ultimately, the erstwhile Health Care System fell back upon the new concept of SHSDP II with the introduction of this Project in early 1996. The objectives in brief are to improve efficiency in the allocation and use of health resource through policy and institutional development and to improve the performance of the Health Care System at the first referral level.


Existing bed strength hospital

Krishnagar District Hospital


Ranaghat Sub-divisional Hospital


Jawharlal Nehru Memorial Hospital, Kalyani


Nabadwip State General Hospital


Santipur State General Hospital


Chakdaha State General Hospital


Haringhata Rural State Hospital


Bagula Rural Hospital


Krishnaganj Rural Hospital


Chapra Rural Hospital


Karimpur Rural Hospital


Kaliganj Rural Hospital


Bethuadahari Rural Hospital


Tehatta Sub-divisional Hospital







One ambulance to each of the Project  Hospitals (expecting in Tehatta Sub-divisional Hospital, which is still under construction) has already been provided on hire basis observing the Project norms exclusively for carrying of patients in accordance with the established norms regarding Referral Chain



Referral System

This has been introduced through glow-signs,  wall-writings, wall-paintings and other pictorial depictions covering Health Hygiene in all most all the Project Hospitals. This System will also be introduced in all other Hospitals soon after the on-going Civil works are completed in all respect. Referral Manual, Referral Cards and Feed-back Cards have already been distributed for their due utilization. Ambulances were also provided to the Hospitals to carry out patients to the hospitals under the Referral Chain. Training on Referral System were also conducted. Monthly Referral Report of the district as regularly sent to the Government pursuant to the P.M.C. Guidelines.


Under the State Health System Development Project-II, as many as
14 hospitals have been upgraded covering the district hospital at Krishnagar,
3 sub-divisional hospitals,
3 state general hospitals and
7 rural hospitals

Bed strength hospital


Referral system

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