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KAMAL LAL
Consultant , KKZ HUB POLYCLINIC
EAST SINGHBHUM, India
Public Health Expert with 10 yrs of experience with the National Polio Surveillance Project - WHO, State Govt, and Industrial Hospitals. Totaling 34 Yrs of work experience. Presently practicing as Diabetes and Hypertension Consultant. Looking for job opportunities or consulting opportunities. Fluent in English and Hindi. Willing to relocate anywhere in India
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Area of Expertise:
  • Health, Doctors, Nurses, HIV/AIDS, Nutrition
Professional Experience:
Designation
Dec 2018 – Nov 2022: Consultant - Medicine, Tinplate Hospital, TCIL
• Running Medical OPD
• COVID Coordinator of the Hospital since March 2020
• Coordinator – Wellness at Workplace Program
Own General Practice
July 2016 - Nov 2018
• Treatment of Diabetes patients
Designation:
Oct 2015 – Jun 2016: GDMO, Mercy Hospital
• Medical and Indoor responsibilities
• Emergency and Casualty department
Designation:
May 2013 – Sep 2015: Asst. Manager, Tinplate Hospital, TCIL
Duties Performed:
• Medical and Indoor responsibilities
• Emergency and Casualty department for some months
Designation:
July 2011 – Mar 2013: Sr. manager, Public Health, JUSCO
Feb 2010 – July 2011: Manager, Public Health, JUSCO
Duties Performed:
• Communicable Disease Surveillance and response activities
• Immunization & Vector Control
WHO-NPSP
• From 2004 June–2009 December: Sub-regional Team Leader - Various sub-regions of Bihar and Jharkhand
• Valuable contribution in making Odisha free from Polio - Lead a team of officers and camped in Odisha in 2008 in response to the last polio case in the state as Regional Team Leader – South (Acting).
• Designed and implemented BCC strategies in consultation with experts from UNICEF in reaching the unreached children in polio campaigns, especially in Bhagalpur, Bihar in 2005
• Script writer and assistant in production of ‘Training VCD for Vaccinators in Bihar’, made by National Polio Surveillance Project – India
Designation: Surveillance Medical Officer WHO-NPSP
• December, 1999 – June, 2004
Designation: Medical officer Govt. of Bihar
• 1990 Sep –1999 Nov
• Jail Medical Officer, sub-jail, Seraikella - Management of Highly sensitive health aspects of inmates under the direction of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC – India)
• Medical Officer at Seraikella PHC
o Implementation of various national programs including Pulse Polio campaign
o Maternal & Child Health & Reproductive & Child Health program implementation including Routine Immunization

Designation Substitute Medical Officer TELCO (Tata Motors)
• 1989 Feb–1990 Sep
• Department of Surgery, Orthopaedics & Casualty in the Kharangajhar Hospital,
• Surgical OPD and Emergency duty in Works Dispensary on a roster basis
• Pattern of Wild polio Virus along travel routs, done in 2005 – The pattern was established that the virus moves from high burden zone to other places along with migratory population. Later mapping and focused intervention was strategized for migratory population
• A short study on P1 Wild Polio Virus in Bihar since 2002, done in 2006 – This concluded with identification of 11 districts of Bihar which are the traditional pockets of P1 wild polio virus and they were prioritized for focused intervention even in absence of virus. The report was shared with all partners including UNICEF and appreciated by all.
• Study of wild polio virus in low transmission season, done in 2007 – This lead to the categorization of districts for vulnerability in low transmission season and later evolved into the formulation of GRID concept, presently adopted in Bihar
• Developing a participatory monitoring and evaluation system for routine immunization and pulse polio in an urban slum of rickshaw pullers in Dumka, done in 2008 – A project undertaken for generating demand, monitoring and evaluation of immunization coverage by the community. The immunization activity has improved after this exercise in this community.
• Epidemiological Investigation of P2 VDPV in Khagaria, Bihar in 2009 – Jointly done with Dr. Devendra Khandait, National Surveillance Team Leader, NPSP – India.
• Epidemiological Investigation of Crow Dying in large numbers in Jamshedpur (2011) – In collaboration with National Institute of Virology, Pune and Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly the cause of death was found out to be H5N1.
Education:
• MBBS: Ranchi University, Bihar (1987)
• Post Graduate Diploma in Sonography – TGO University, Nagaland (2010)
• Certificate in International Perspective in Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation from the University of Victoria, Canada and PRIA (Participatory Research in Asia) Education (2010)
• Certificate Course in Diabetes Management – from Medvarsity of Apollo Hospital (2011)
• Certificate course (3 months) in Gestational Diabetes – from PHFI. Recognized by FOGSI (2013)
• Certificate Course (1 year) in Evidence Based Diabetes Management – Public Health Foundation of India and Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Education Academy. Recognized by International Diabetes Federation (2014)

Other Short Courses
• A short course in Management from DOOR International
• A short course in Management – WHO
• Training on Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness & Response – WHO
• A short course on Programme Management and Evaluation – from PHFI (IIPH Bhubaneswar, Odisha) in 2013
Available for:
  • Consulting assignments
  • Job opportunities
  • Being headhunted – make me an offer

    Years of Experience:
    More than 20 years
    Highest Qualification:
    Bachelors
    Languages:
    English, Hindi
    Nationality:
    Indian
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