District Hospital Tezu was upgraded as Zonal General Hospital on 16th Sept’2014 vide Arunachal Pradesh Govt. Letter No. MDEV/DH/GH/01/2014.  It caters to 4(four) Eastern districts of Arunachal Pradesh namely Anjaw, Lower Dibang Valley, Namsai, Innao (Changlang Dist.) and bordering districts of Assam. Because of good road communication and availability of facilities lot of patients turn up  from neighboring districts to this hospital especially Eye/ Obs & Gynae cases at Zonal General Hospital, Tezu. There is 100 indoor bed facilities.

Health Infrastructure:

  • Zonal General Hospital – 01(at Tezu)
  • Community Health Centre – 02
    1.CHC Sunpura (Yealiang)
    2.Wakro(PPP) NGO
  • Primary Health Centre – 04
    1.PHC Loiliang – Functional
    2.PHC Tafragam – Functional
    3.PHC Bhekuliang – Non-Functional (No Medical Officer)
    4.PHC Medo – Functional
  • Sub Centre – 16
Sub-Centre Functional/Non-Functional
1. Gohaingaon S/C Functional
2. Tillai S/C Functional
3. Changliang S/C Functional
4. Danglat S/C Functional
5. Hatiduba S/C (Paya S/C) Functional
6. Manthi S/C Functional
7. Karhe S/C Functional
8. Telluliang S/C Functional
9. Mekailiang S/C Functional
10. Duraliang S/C Functional
11. Pomliang S/C Functional
12. Haju S/C Non-Functional (No S/C building)
13. Kathan S/C Non-Functional (No S/C building)
14. Jalukbari S/C Non-Functional (No S/C building)
15. Dimbwe S/C Non-Functional (No S/C building)
16. Tiding S/C Non-Functional (No S/C building)

Zonal General Hospital, Tezu

District Hospital Tezu was upgraded as Zonal General Hospital on 16th Sept’2014 vide Arunachal Pradesh Govt. Letter No. MDEV/DH/GH/01/2014. It caters to 4(four) Eastern districts of Arunachal Pradesh namely Anjaw, Lower Dibang Valley, Namsai, Innao (Changlang Dist.) and bordering districts of Assam. Because of good road communication and availability of facilities lot of patients turn up from neighboring districts to this hospital especially Eye/Obs & Gynae cases at Zonal General Hospital, Tezu. There is 100 indoor bed facilities.


Facilities Available

•Obs & Gynae
•General OPD
•Operationalization of 10 bedded Drug De-Addiction Centre w.e.f. 01st July 2017. So far 188 addicts have been treated and discharged.
•Jan Aushadhy store run by Zonal General Hospital, Tezu. Patients get generic medicines at very low price.
•Blood Bank with solar power backup and functional 24×7.
•75 bedded indoor hospital including 10 beds for Geriatric patients.
•District early intervention centre.
•District TB centre with MDR TB detection equipment.
•District HIV/AIDS program control unit.
•24×7 Ambulance service.
•Hearse Van for dead body.

Performance of 2017-2018 

Total OPD patient Registered – 55802
2.Homeo OPD – 5153
3.Total IPD admitted – 2210
4.Total Live Birth – 884 (average 55 normal delivery per month)
5.Full Immunization – 751(85%)
6.ANC (4th ANC) – 870(73%)
7.SNCU admitted cases – 78
8.LSCS – 66
9.Blood Transmission – 150
10.Cataract Operation – 99

List of Schemes under Zonal Hospital Tezu

*IMR & MMR Lohit District

1.Infant Mortality (IMR)              1.1% (2016-17)                     7.9%(2017-18)
2.Maternal Mortality (MMR)      0%   (2016-17)                      0%(2017-18)


District Hospital Sub-Divisional Hospital CHC/BPHC PHC URBAN PHC Sub Centre Urban SC
1 0 2 4 0 12 (17) 0

Type of Institutions Government Building Private Building Without Accommodation Total
(I) 4 0 0 4
(II) 0 0 0 0
(III) 12 0 5 17

SI No. Name of CHC / FRU & PHC where RK / HMS constituted Registration Number
1 ZGH Tezu NO.SR/ITA/3572
2 CHC Wakro NO.SR/ITA/3695
3 CHC Sunpura (Yealiang) NO.SR/ITA/3901
4 PHC Loiliang NO.SR/ITA/3607

SI No. Name of Block CHC / PHC Total Population of the District (2011 Census) Total Number of Villages (Under jurisdiction) Total Number of Villages taken up for ASHA Intervention Total Number of ASHA required in the District Total Number of ASHA in position Total Number of ASHA Trained (In all modules) Number of ASHA Provided with drug kits Number of Village Health and Sanitation Committee Functioning Number of Village Health and Sanitation Committee Having ASHA as a member
1 TEZU-SUNPURA Block 40,849 68 33 35 33 32 33 41 41
2 WAKRO Block 8927 55 43 12 42 40 42 33 33
Total of District 49,776 123 76 47 75 72 75 74 74

Janani Suraksha Yojana (Mother Security Scheme) is an Indian Government scheme proposed by the Government of India. It was launched on 12th April 2005 by the Prime Minister of India on the birth anniversary of Kasturba Gandhi.

It aims to decrease the neo-natal and maternal deaths happening in the country by promoting Institutional delivery of babies. This is a safe motherhood intervention under National Rural Health Mission. It is 100% centrally sponsored scheme, it integrates cash assistance with delivery and post delivery care.

SI No. Particulars 2017-18 2018-19 (April’18)
1 Total number of deliveries eligible for Payment under JSY 910 (including Home) 51(including Home)
2 Total number of beneficiaries to whom JSY fund paid Mother – 918 (including Home)
ASHA 344
54 (including Home)
3 Total number of beneficiaries yet to be paid JSY fund paid 15 12 (GH Tezu)
4 Total Fund Received (including Opening Balance) 15,48,800/- 5,57,600/-
5 Expedite incurred under JSY 9,91,200/- 45,000/-
6 Balance Amount 5,57,600/- 5,12,600/-
7 Whether sufficient JSY fund was provided? Yes Yes
8 Whether JSY fund was received on time? Yes Yes

Government of India has launched the Janani Sishu Karyakram (JSSK) on 1st June 2011. The scheme is to benefit pregnant women who access Government health facilities for their delivery. Moreover it will motivate those who still choose to deliver at their homes to opt for hospital deliveries.

The initiative entitles all pregnant women delivering in public health institutions to absolutely free and no expense delivery, including caesarean section. The entitlements include free drugs and consumables, free diet up to 3 days during normal delivery and up to 7 days for C-Section, free diagnostics and free blood whenever required. This initiative also provides for free transport from home to institutions, between facilities in-case of a referral and drop back home. Similar entitlements have been put in place of all sick newborns accessing public health institutes for treatment till 30 days after birth.

Entitlements 2017-18 2018-19 (April-June)
Free Diagnostic 2430 1370
Free Diet 840 153
Free Drugs and Consumables 871 143
Free Referral Services 686 111
Free Blood Transmission 48 16

Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan or Yojna is a new initiative of the Narendra Modi Government launched on June 9th 2016. This scheme has been launched with the objective of boosting the Health care facilities for the pregnant women, especially the poor.

Under the Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan, the pregnant ladies would be given free health check-ups and required treatment for free on the 9th of every month. The scheme will be applicable for pregnant women to avail in all the Government hospitals across the country.

The scheme is applicable only to the women in their pregnancy period 3 to 6 months. The women who are not from the urban areas and belong to semi-urban, poor and rural areas will be given preferences under the Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan.

Under the Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan, several tests including blood pressure, sugar level, weight, hemoglobin test, blood test and screening will be done at the medical centers.

Services 2017-18 2018-19 (April-June)
ANC Services 750 208
USG Check-up 283 50
Hb% (Hemoglobin) 196 24
HIV Testing 124 44

To motivate for ending the preference between male and female child, encouragement of institutional delivery, immunization of children, to end child marriage and overall empowerment of females in all spheres of their life, a special scheme which the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh announced on 15th August 2016 to be called “Dulari Kanya” scheme for girl child.

Under the scheme “Dulari Kanya”, an amount of Rs. 20,000/- shall be deposited in the fixed deposit Bank account (Minor Account) of the girl child born in any Government Hospital or Government recognized private hospital. Maturity amount can be withdrawn by the beneficiary on attaining the age of 18 years, which would be subjected to verification by the District Medical Officer of the respective district.

The target group would be all the female newborns to Arunachal Pradesh Scheduled Tribes (APST) parents and to a domiciled resident of Arunachal Pradesh who have lived in the state for 5 years continuously.

List of Beneficiaries under Dulari Kanya Scheme 2017-18/2018-19/2019-20/2020-21/2021-22

District Status Till Date

Total applicants benefited – 218

Total applications received and processed – 218

  • LaQshay

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare launched LaQshay program aimed at improving quality of maternity care in labour room and Maternity Operation Theatre (OT). It is being implemented to ‘fast-track’ interventions for achieving tangible results.

The program aims to improve quality of care for pregnant women in labour room, Maternity Operation Theatre and Obstetrics Intensive Care Unit (ICUs) and High Dependency Units (HDUs). It is implemented at all Medical College Hospitals and First Referral Unit (FRU) and Community Health Centers (CHCs).

Under it, multi-prolonged strategy has been adopted such as improving infrastructure up-gradation, ensuring availability of essential equipment, providing adequate Human resources, capacity building of the health care workers and improving processes in labour room.

District Status

  • An exposure tour at Ahmedabad, Gujarat was imparted to Dr. S. Chai Pul, District Medical Officer and Dr. S. Nayil, District RCH Officer, respectively on 23-25th May 2018 and 9-14th June 2018.
  • A Training of Trainers (ToT) was also attended and imparted to Dr. A. Tayeng, Gynecologist, Zonal General Hospital, Tezu from 6-8th June 2018 at Delhi, India.
  • A 5 days LaQshya program implementation/orientation training was imparted to the 1st batch of Service providers from the Lohit District, at Zonal General Hospital by Dr. A. Tayeng, Gynecologist (ZGHT). The batch consisted of 2 Medical Officers and 10 Staff Nurses (GNMs).