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Disciplines and Infrastructure

The Hospital has evolved into a multidisciplinary tertiary care centre with moderate facilities. Specific emphasis is laid on Reproductive Health detection, treatment & research in Cancer. The Hospital has 320 employees of which the clinical team comprises 30 eminent and distinguished Doctors, 25 Resident Doctors, 120 paramedical staff and 145 administrative support staff. The Hospital is today equipped with 380 beds catering to different disciplines. Of these 214 are basically free beds for the poor and needy.

  • The major Departments in the Hospital
    • Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
    • Department of Radiation Oncology
    • Department of Surgical Oncology
    • Department of Surgery
    • Department of Anaesthesiology
    • Department of Neonatology & Paediatrics
    • Department of Radio diagnosis & Imaging
    • Department of Pathology
    • Department of Gastroenterology
    • Department of Nephrology
    • Department of Medicine
    • ICU, Day Care and Dialysis Unit
    • Rural Health Program
    • School of Health Science
      • General Nursing & Midwifery Training (60 seats)
      • Diploma OT Technician (30 seats)
      • Diploma CT Technician (30 seats)
  • Administrative Services
    • General Administration
    • Hospital Management Information System
    • Finance and Accounts
    • Engineering and Maintenance
    • Dietaries and Nutrition
    • Laundry and Auxiliary Services
    • Horticulture

Existing building

The existing infrastructure of the Hospital Complex is divided into the following sections:

1. Main Block of The Hospital 73650 sq.ft.
2. Cancer Wing of The Hospital 27488 sq.ft.
3. Out Patient Block 12298 sq.ft.
4. Post-Graduate Doctors Hostel 10135 sq.ft.
5. Nurses/Nursing Student Hostel 11574 sq.ft.
6. Housing for Consultants 14511 sq.ft.
7. Nursing Training School 12108 sq.ft.
8. Indira Gandhi Bhawan (under construction) 216000 Sq.ft.

The Hospital has its own water supply system with separate Pumps for emergencies, separate grid for electric supply, a horticulture unit and sanitation unit to look after essential services. The Hospital has the most modern administrative set up with online interactive and modern communication facilities with necessary logistic support in areas of finance, establishment and accounting. The Hospital has its own maintenance staff under the supervision of a qualified Architect and a Civil Engineer.

An overview of Hospital Bed distribution
General Beds 235
Cubicle 76
Full Paying 17
AC Beds (Includes AC Wards) 15
ICU & Dialysis
10
Others (Includes Day Care, NICU ) 23
Total Bed Strength 376


Dedicated Bed for Specialty services
Obst. & Gynae. 175
Surgical Oncology 30
MD Radiotherapy 30




Highlights & Summary at a Glance

The hospital has established new mile stones in amalgamating the frontline medical technology for the benefit of patients. Therapeutic and diagnostic armamentarium were further strengthened in surgical oncology, radiotherapy and imaging. Remarkable improvement in areas of environment and sanitation, flora and fauna, patient friendly medical systems and quantum enhancements in hygiene of the complete campus has been achieved which has earned public accolades. Some of the achievements are:

  • Invigorated Services, Academic and Research Activities:
    • The mother and child section of the hospital registered more than 45000 patients in its antenatal, postnatal, infertility, family welfare and associated clinics and over 27000 new born and children were covered through the intensive immunization Programme.
    • The hospital achieved an outstanding target in family welfare program by attracting patients for sterilization and the services rendered earned special recognition by Department of Family Welfare. It has an innovative approach towards rendering the services at door step in rural areas.
    • The surgical unit of the Hospital accelerated the utility of the minimal access surgery, cancer surgery and achieved target of extending OPD facilities to above 8500 patients. The unit performed maximum number of cancer surgeries in the region with complete success. New dimensions were added in the "Breast Conservation" in combination with micro-Selectron-HDR treatment. Anaesthesia services were further strengthened during the year with the addition of state-of-the-art patient monitoring facilities and
    • The Paediatric and Neonatology unit performed in tandem as a support department to O & G and helped in saving the lives on several precious babies. Thus bringing down the infant mortality rate. The installations of Ventilators and associated facilities has given new impetus to the unit.
    • The Diagnostic facilities in the departments of Radiology & Imaging and Pathology achieved quantitative and qualitative growth and several new tests were introduced in the year. Mammography with stereo-tactic biopsy, hormonal assessment, tumour markers and HIV/AIDS testing facilities provided new thrust in diagnostic capabilities of the hospital. High end mobile x-ray facility has helped in qualitative improvement in serving the emergencies at the bed side both in peadiatrics and general patient care.
  • New thrust to Cancer Treatment:
    • Registration and OPD visits of cancer patients reached a new height. Above 5000 new cases were registered for treatment and more than 56000 patients were provided services through the OPD in the year. This is one of the highest number of cancer patients having been provided care and services in a single year in the country by any institution.
    • Micro-Selectron HDR imported from Holland inter-phased with 3D computerized treatment planning facility for providing cutting edge curative radiotherapy facility has proved a boon to patients. Organ preservation with cure has been the hall mark of this high end facility.. This is a rare facility to provide brachytherapy for all sites/organs of the body on OPD basis in the region. Above 285 patient were treated with the facility which one of the highest number of procedure performed in a year in any institute of repute.
    • Linear Accelerator  LINAC (SIEMENS Artiste), a of state of the art equipment; with its commissioning in 2011 the Regional Cancer Centre has reached newer heights in precise cancer treatment.
    • Combined onslaughts on cancer through preventive oncology, early cancer detection, epidemiological studies and social oncology have been a continuous and ongoing programme of the cancer unit to meet the societal objective of cancer eradication.
    • The outreach services of the hospital attained a new dimension by intensive extension of health care services at the grass-root providing direct benefit to the rural and urban poor population. Health camps, free diagnostic aids, distribution of medicines, preventive and early detection oncology care, support to lactating mothers and expecting mothers in rural areas were extensively taken up throughout the year. Besides the above the rural hospital also commenced community oncology care for the benefit of rural population.
  • New Dimensions to Patient Care, Pharmacy and Computerization:
    • A state of art ICU (8 beds), Dialysis (2 beds), Post operative (6 beds), Day care (8 beds) and Paediatric Oncology (12 beds) commenced during 2012 for efficient management and extended patient care.
    • The hospital providing Pharmacy facilities to its patients for more than a decade, has upgraded to a centralized Pharmacy in 2012, with wider range of drugs and medicines for the benefit of patients by extending bed side services at a discounted price list for quality medicines.
    • During early 2004 the hospital established a new bench mark by introducing a comprehensive Hospital management information system with web capability and since then seen subsequent scaled upgrades in the automated facilities for patients and for the managerial interest.
    • Patient treatment, diagnostic information, treatment delivery records, billing, stores & inventory, pharmacy services, Employees support system are now available at a click of the button and has proved to be a great facilitator.
    • Computerised attendance system was introduced for imbibing the spirit of service with punctuality in every facet of the functioning of the hospital. This has established accountability with responsibility without selectivity.
    • Strengthening of infrastructure was continued to make the system efficient and patient friendly; spacious patients visitor waiting area near operation theatre and ICU with facilities of recreation made available.
  • Improvement in Hospital environment:
    • The soothing atmosphere of the campus has the healing touch for one and all.
    • The flora and fauna of the hospital achieved a spectral change with the intense involvement of hospital staff and its success could be gauged from the fact that three lawns of the hospital received three Ist prizes in the region and a total of 58 prizes in all categories.
    • Aesthetic look has been given to the surrounding by developing new garden and lawns. Hospital has received 9 first , 14 second & 13 third prize for lawn/garden in the Regional Flower show and 36 prizes were awarded in different categories of flower & pots.
    • The patients are now more comfortable in a hygienic environment with Proper drinking water, clean toilets, parking facilities and attentive security staff.
  • Educational Programmes:

    Hospital Library has been renovated. New Journals are subscribed. Computer and Internet facility is provided in the library.

    Seminar Hall has been renovated with all modern facilities for audio visual teaching. CME, Symposium and Workshop were organized as part of teaching and training programme. Research collaboration, publication, presentation in National & International Journals/Conferences were encouraged. UNDER GRADUATE & POST GRADUATE students of O&G are being imparted training and teaching. Students of DNB in the specialty of Obst. & Gyn. and RT are extended training and teaching facility.
  • National/ International Events Day:

    World AIDS Day, World No Tobacco Day, Rose Day, National Cancer Awareness Day were utilized for enhancing public participation and as a vehicle for delivery of social awareness. Birth Anniversaries of Kamala Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and Indira Gandhi were celebrated with fervors and an appeal for selfless service for the cause of poor and needy.
  • Exemption under Income Tax:

    The Hospital has received entitlement for the exemption under 80 G of Income Tax Act. 100% Income Tax Exemption for clinical research activities has also been received under Section 35 (i) (ii) of the Income Tax Act. To undertake activities in rural areas in the field on Maternal Child Health, Cancer & Vocational Training to the Rural Population, income tax exemption has also been sought under section 35 AC, enabling the institution to collect donations for the supporting the above activities.
  • Employees welfare measures:

    The policy of support to meritorious wards of the hospital employees has facilitated a large number of deserving students. More than 100 meritorious students and wards of category III and IV employees have been provided scholarship for receiving unhindered quality college level education. Kamala Nehru Gold medal instituted as a Golden Jubilee commemorative medal is given to meritorious MBBS final year student every year.

    Hospital has adopted various schemes for the welfare of its employees. Besides having statutory coverage, like gratuity and Provident Fund, Hospital has covered all its employees under
    • EDLI  Employee Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme,
    • Group Personnel Accidents Policy.
    Staff Strength
    Consultants 27
    Medical Officers 2
    Category II Doctors 13
    Nursing 100
    Paramedical 40
    Administration 42
    Total: 224



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