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IS 12377 (1988): Classification and matrix for various


categories of hospitals [MHD 18: Imaging and Radiotherapy
Equipment]

“!ान $ एक न' भारत का +नम-ण”


Satyanarayan Gangaram Pitroda
“Invent a New India Using Knowledge”

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है”

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“Knowledge is such a treasure which cannot be stolen”
IS : 12377 - 1988
( Reaffirmed 2003 )

CLASSIFICATION AND MATRIX FOR


VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HOSPITALS
(First Reprint FEBRUARY 1989)

UDC 61: 362-l 11

@ Copyright 1988

BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS


MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI 110002

November 1988
Gr 3 *
Js:12377-1988

Indian Standard
CLASSIFICATION AND MATRIX FOR
VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HOSPITALS
0. FOREWORD

0.1 This Indian Standard was adopted by the for planning of any category of hospitals. The ,
Bureau of Indian Standards on 20 July 1988, after matrix which has been drawn in the standard forms
the draft finalized by the Hospital Planning the basis for starting the planning of hospitals
Sectional’ Committee had been approved by the according to the functions. Valuable guidance has
Consumer Products and Medical Instruments been rendered in the preparation of this matrix by
Divison Council. Dr A. K. Nagpal, Managing Partner of Hospital
0.2 The functional programme is the basic need Designs and Systems, New Delhi.

1. SCOPE in Table 1. The first letter of the code number


1.1 This standard specifies classification and denotes the group of services, second and third
matrix for five catagories of hospitals. It includes denotes the discipline and fourth the sub-disci-
the classification according to the functions in pline. Matrix is given for 5 categories of hospitals,
alphabetical order with code number, matrix and that is, for 30, 100, 250, 500 ( teaching and non-
organizational classification. teaching ) and 750 ( teaching and non-teaching )
2. FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION, CODE bedded hospitals. In case where ‘X’ is marked in
NUMBER AND MATRIX the matrix, it means the requirement should exist
2.1 The functional classification in alphabetical and where ‘0’ is marked, means the requirement
order along with code number and matrix is given is optional.

TABLE 1 CODE NUMBER, FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICA’ITON AND MATRIX IN


ALPHABETICAL ORDER

CLASSIFICATION I CATEOORY
CODE

/ 30 / 100 Jj%Jyfy;, T’:“,,


Nomenclature Including

Group I : Medical and Allied Disciplines


101 x x x x x x
Applied Anatomy - - - :: X
% Biochemistry - - ;T ‘;;
1.051 Clinical Cherqistry - - :: % x :: x
101 Biophysics Medical Physics - X
108 Blood Transfusion Immunohaematology - x ; Xx”?
Blood Bank - x x x” x X
:2’ Cardiology - - - ::
1 11 Cardio-vascular and Thoracic surgery :: x” ::
113 Community Medicine Preventive and Social x;Tx x x :: x
Medicine
Critical Care Medicine - 0 x x xxx
Emergency Medicine x x x X
Dentistry
Dermatology and Venereology Skin and VD -0 x0 x ::
x” :: ::
x” :: ’
Endocrinology - - - 0
Family Medicine
Forensic Medicin~e
Gastro-enterology
-
-x --x -
x :: 0” ::
X
5
General Medicine Internal Medicine x x” xx ::
General Surgery x x x” .x
Geriatrics - - :: :: :: x
Haem tology - - x :: :: E .:
Clr*Ii+
lcal Haematology -
Hospital Administration Health qdministration - xx xxx ::
( Continued )

1
IS : 12377 - 1988

TABLE 1 CODE NUMBER, FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND MATRIX IN


ALPHABETICAL ORDER-Contd
- CATEGORY
CLASSIFICATION
_--p--- e---m
CODE
Bed Strength Up to

Nomenclature Including
I _-
1 41 Immunology
1 41.1 Clinical Immunology
1 49 Medica 1 Oncology
1 52 Microbiology Medical Microbiology
1 52.1 Bacteriology
1 52.2 Mycology
1 52.3 Parasitology
1 52.4 Virology
155 Neonatology
Naphrology Dialysis
: :; Neurology -
1 58 Neurosurgery -
160
164
Nuclear Medicine
Obstetrics and GynaecologY
Radiation Medicine
x
_-
1 67 Ophthamology
Orthopaedics
Eye
-
: t; ENT
-x
Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
1 72 Paediatrics
172.1 Paediatric Cardiology
1 73 Paediatric Surgery
1 74 Pathology 0
1 74.1 Histopathology
Cytology
E: Immuno-Pathology -
1 76’ Pharmacology -
Clinical Pharmacology -
: F Physical Medicine Rehabilitation -
178 Physiology .-
Clinical Physiology
%’ Plastic Surgery Burns _-
1 82 Psychiatry -
1 85 Pulmonary Medicine Chest Disease/l’B -_
1 88
1 89
Radio Diagnosis
Radiation Oncology
Radiology
Radio-Therapy -X
1 91 Surgical Oncology
193 Toxicology -
Transplant Surgery -
:z
197 Genito-Urinary Surgery -
Group 2 : Health and Allied Services
2 05 Bio-Statistics -
Environmental Health -
E Epidemiology Clinical Epidemiology
2 20
2 25
Family Welfare
Health Education
x
X
Maternal and Child Health
;g Nutrition
Occupational Health Industrial Hygiene -x”
260
2 70
Population Science
School Health x
Group 3 : Nursing, Paramedical, Technical and Allied Services
3 01 Clinical Psychology
3 05 Dental Technology Dental Hygiene :
Dietetics and Therapeutics Catering
“3tt Drugs and Pharmacy x0
3 20 E C G Technology X
3 25 E E G Technology -
3 30 Imaging Technology
3 30.1 X-Ray Imaging
Ultrasound Imaging ::
s 33::; C T Imaging -
3 30.4 M R Imaging
3 35 Laboratory Technology x
340 Laundry Technology 0
( Continued )

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IS:12377- 1988

TABLE 1 CODE NUMBER, FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND MATRIX IN


ALPHABETICAL ORDER-Conrd
CLASSIFICATION I CATEGORY
CODE
Bed Strength Up to

Nomenclature Including

3 45 Medical Record Technology


3 47 Medical Social Work ,
3 48 Mental Health
3 50 Nursing Services
3 50.1. Intensive Care Nursing
3 50.2 Maternity Nursing
3 50.3 Medical and Surgical Nursing
3 50.4 Nursing Administration
3 50.5 Operating Theatre Nursing
3 50.6 Paediatric Nursing
3 50.7 Psychiatric Nursing
3 50.8 Public Health Nursing
3 55 Operating Theatre Technology Anaesthesia Technology
360 Opthalmic Technology
3 70 Physiotherapy
3 80 Radio-Isotope Technology
3 85 Radiotherapy Technology
390 Sterilization and Disinfection C S S D Technology
Technology
3 95 Speech and Hearing Technology
Group 4 : Engineering and Allied Services
4 01 Bio-medical Engineering Clinical Engineering -
405 Building Maintenance
410 Electric Supply Power Generation and ::
Stabilization
4 15 Fire Protection Alarm System
4 20* Heating, Ventilation and ::
Airconditioning
4 25 Horticulture Landscaping X
4 30* Hot Water and Steam Supply
4 33
4 35
Lifts and Vertical Transport
L P G Supply
x0
X
Mechanical Transport Ambulance Service
44: Me~&~l$ses Supply and Gas Scavenging “x
441 Refrigeration x x
450 Sewage Treatment and Disposal Sanitation and Drainage Where required
Solar Energy 0 0
44:: Solid Waste Disposal Incineration x” :: :: ::
Telephone and Communication X :: x
;EJ Water Treatment and Supply Plumbing Wh)Sre required
Workshop X x xxx
4 70.1 Automobile Workshop
4 70.2 Electrical Workshop
4 70.3 Electronics Workshop
4 70.4 Mechanical Workshop
Group 5 : Administrative and Ancillary Services
5 05 Audio-Visual Service Field Publicity X X X
5 10 f:
5 15
Clinical Photography
Documentation
Illustration Service
Duplicating Service x x ::
5 20
5 25
5 30
Education and Training
Estate Management
Financial Management
Continuing Education
Accounts
0
0
::
X
::
x
xx
x
5 35 General Administration X x x
5 40
5 45
House Keeping
Library
Management Information
x” xx x” ::
x
X
::t
5 65
Materials Management
Personnel Management
Inventory Control
Manpower Develop-
E
0
::
x
x”
x ::
ment
5 70 Public Relations x X
5 75 Security :: X :: x
*This activity will depend on climatic conditions.
Notations : 0 = Optional, X - Required, T = Teaching hospitals, NT = Non-teaching hospitals.

3
B:l2377=1!m

2.1.1 Functional Organizational Classification disciplines along with code number and matrix is
According to the Disciplines - The functional given in Table 2.
organizational classification according to the

TABLE 2 FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING


TO THE DISCIPLINES

Group 1 : Medical and Allied Disciphes

MEDICAL DISCI+LINES
-
1 10
1 16
Cardiology
Dermatology and Venereology -
-
x -0
1 19 Endocrinology
Iamily Medicine - - -
:z
1 29
Gastro-enterology
General Medicine Internal Medicine x x x
131
1 33.1
Geriatrics
Clinical Haematology
Clinical Immunology
-
- -
::
X
%’ Medical Oncology -
1 55 Neonatology
- -0 5;
Ntiphrology
:::
172
172.1
Neurology
Paediatrics
Paediatric Cardiology
x
- X
- ::
Clinical Pharmacology
1 76.1
1 77
1 82
Physical Medicine
Psychiatry
Rehabilitation ‘;;
0
x
A
1 85 Pulmonary Medicine Chest Disease/TB - 0 X
SURGICAL DISCIPLINES
1 11
1 15
Cardio-vascular and ThoraciC surgery
Dentistry
General Surgery
0
X
x Xx
X
: z: Neurosurgery
2
164
167
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Ophthalm?logy Eye -
-
X
X xx
168
zi X

--- -0”
%z%z%y*ologY ENT
:4; Paediatric Surgery -
Plastic Surgery Bums 0
:z!
::
surgical Oncology
Transplant Surgery
T;,ao;tologY
-

-
- x
197 Genito-Urinary Surgery -
LABORATORY DISCIPLINES
105 Biochemistry X
Clinical Chemistry X
Medical Physics
z?’
1 08
Biophysics
Blood Transfusion
Blood Bank
Immune-Haematology x
X
ii
X
: !!*’ Haematology -
- -
1 41
1 52
1 52.1
Immunology
Microbiology
Bacteriology
- - z
1 52.2 Mycology
1 52.3 Parasitology
1 52.4 Virology
1 74 Patholog 0 X X
174.1 Histopa“rhology
1 74.2 Cytolc&
174.3 Immuno-Pathology
1 76 Pharmacology - - -
1 76.1 Clinical Pharmacology - -

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IS:12377-1988

TABLE 2 FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING


TO THE DISCIPLINES-Contd

CLA~WKATION CATEGORY
CODE ---

Nomenclature Including
I

RADIOLOGICAL DISCIPLINES
160 Nuclear Medicine Radiation Medicine X

:z
Radio-Diagnosis
Radiation Oncology
Radiology
Radiotherapy
x
- x
- x
- x” ::
xxx
:: ::
ANAESTHESIA AND RESUSCITATION
1 01 Anaesthesiology x x x
1 14
1 14.1
Critical Care Medicine
Emergency Medicine x ::x X ::
xxxx
x” x” ::
OTHER DISCIPLINES
1 13 Community Medicine Social and Preventive x x x X x x x
Medicine
1 26 Forensic Medicine - - - X
1 93 Toxicology - I -

X : :: :

ADMINISTRATIVE DISCIPLINES
1 37 Hospital Administration Health Administration x0x xxxx
Notations : - _
O-Optional X=Required
T=Teaching hospitals NT=Non-teaching hbspitals
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