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Old March 18th, 2012, 07:38 PM   #61
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Kerala health firm’s vaccine project mentioned in budget

Thiruvananthapuram: The much-awaited Rs 594 crore Integrated Vaccine Complex (IVC) being implemented by Thiruvananthapuram-headquartered HLL Lifecare got a shot in the arm on Friday with Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee mentioning that a new integrated vaccine unit near Chennai would be set up.

Since 2009, the project had been in the drawing board stage and did not make much headway. But with Friday’s announcement, it is expected to go at a rapid pace with Mukherjee stating that through this new unit, the country would achieve vaccine security and keep the pressure on disease eradication and prevention.

The IVC complex coming up at a 100 acre plot of land at Chengalpattu near Chennai is expected not only to meet the country’s needs of the six primary vaccines included under the Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP) but also to produce several new-generation vaccines for domestic use as well as for exports.

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Metro International Cardiac Centre- Construction update

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they are planning to inaugurate on May 2012 (both OP & IP)
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Old March 26th, 2012, 08:09 PM   #63
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Upadate of Molecule-7 Hospital

A 150 bedded super speciality hospital in heart of Kochi, Kerala, which will be operational by August 2012. The construction is in full swing.



















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The building looks nice. But i wont think, that this can be completed by August.

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ESIC Medical COllege in Kollam will be completed by Sep 2012

In a reply in Lok Sabha , the Health Minister (Azad) informed that ESIC proposed to set up Medical Colleges one each at Chest Disease ESI Hospital in Ahmedabad and Paripally in Kerala. Construction is going on at Medical College Paripally – Kollam Project. However, the Medical College at Chest Disease ESI Hospital, Naroda, Ahemdabad will be considered after completion of the ongoing projects. Funds amounting to Rs 480.79 crores has been sanctioned for Medical College – Paripally – Kerala. No funds have yet been sanctioned for the proposed Medical College at Chest Disease ESI Hospital, Ahmedabad. The Medical College at Paripally, Kerala is to be completed by 30-09-2012.

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New hospital coming up in North Kerala

Its a new hospital coming up in vadakara, Calicut. This hospital is a new venture of Par-Co group, headquarter in UAE.PAR-CO offers complete services for its customers from maintenance, engineering.
This building is a 450 bed hospital. One more building in coming up near by with 250 beds. The hospital name is Par-co Super-Specialty Hospital








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Kerala spearheads community-care health revolution

A unique home-based palliative and chronic care movement is sweeping through Kerala. Thousands of trained citizens are volunteering two hours a week to take care of the chronically ill in villages and cities. Funding for this community-based scheme that has won WHO recognition comes in cash and kind from citizens, including schoolchildren, bus drivers, labourers and others

The palliative movement, called the Neighbourhood Network in Palliative Care (NNPC), and started in 2001, has proved a tremendous success in Kerala's primary healthcare sector. It is a silent social revolution that's spreading fast from village to village, city to city. Participants include schoolchildren, senior citizens, labourers, doctors, farmers, housewives, and even the police.
Under this new initiative, thousands of trained volunteers from different backgrounds spend at least two hours a week on homecare visits, running out-patient clinics, organising family help, and raising funds. Besides dressing wounds and sores, they sit with patients and listen to their problems and fears. They also listen to the concerns of family members and train them in simple nursing tasks like catheterisation. All NNPC volunteer groups are supported by trained doctors and nurses.

The community-based palliative movement was an outcome of the realisation that patients with chronic and incurable diseases need long-term psychological, social and emotional attention alongside medical and nursing care. Each district is estimated to have over 20,000 bedridden patients. The existing hospital-centred services are designed mainly to look after people with acute illnesses; medical institutions alone cannot take up the responsibility of looking after chronically ill patients for very long. Moreover, even the limited services available are not accessible to most, especially the poor.
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Its a new hospital coming up in vadakara, Calicut. This hospital is a new venture of Par-Co group, headquarter in UAE.PAR-CO offers complete services for its customers from maintenance, engineering.
This building is a 450 bed hospital. One more building in coming up near by with 250 beds. The hospital name is Par-co Super-Specialty Hospital


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Old April 8th, 2012, 08:12 AM   #69
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Government homoeo hospital gasping for breath

KOTTAYAM: It brought many to life, but the district Government Homoeo Hospital in Kottayam is looking for a life of its own.
The dilapidated building which houses the hospital will be evicted and it has turned out to be a do-or-die situation for the hospital.
The administrative officers of the hospital, functioning in a municipality building near Nagambadom private bus stand, have been left in the lurch after they received an eviction notice from the Southern Railways.
The Railways had sent the notice to the municipal authorities, giving them three months time to dislodge the tenants as part of its developmental activities. The land will be acquired by the Railways for the expansion of the tracks.
The functioning of the hospital comes under the administrative purview of the district panchayat and the authorities concerned are trying their best to resolve the conundrum.
“We will take the issue very seriously. We will convene a meeting on Saturday, in which the District Collector, district panchayat standing committee chairman and the hospital superintendent will attend. We will put forth a suggestion to shift the hospital to a rented building for the time being,” said Radha V Nair, district panchayat president.
The previous LDF Government had allotted 90 cents of land for building a new complex for the hospital near Nagambadom Bridge.
However, the authorities could not start the construction work there as a private timber mill owner had approached the court against construction activities. “The state and Central governments had allocated `2 crore for constructing a new hospital building. However, we could not utilise it as the case is under the consideration of the court. The amount will lapse if it is not used within the stipulated time frame,” Radha V Nair said.
The hospital has a capacity of 25 beds and four doctors, including a medical superintendent, to attend to the patients there.
An average of 300 outpatients come to the hospital for treatment daily.
Two specialty clinics for fibroid uterus and renal calculi function at the hospital twice a week, where three visiting doctors attend patients.

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Old April 9th, 2012, 07:33 PM   #70
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Chandy lays stone for DM group medical college

KOZHIKODE, APRIL 9:
The Chief Minister, Mr Oommen Chandy, has laid the foundation stone for the medical college of DM group at Meppadi in Wayanad district.

The DM Wayanad Institute of Medical Sciences, being set up by DM Education and Research Foundation, part of DM Healthcare group, is coming up on 50 acres of land. The Rs 250-crore project is designed as a comprehensive academic medical campus, providing graduate and post-graduate courses and research facilities in medicine, dental, nursing, pharmacy, paramedical and associated subjects.

The first phase of the project, consisting of medical college and a 700-bed hospital, will have a total built-up area of 12 lakh square feet. The hospital is scheduled to be ready by June this year and the medical college is expected to be ready to take in the first batch of students by August 2013.

DM Healthcare group is headquartered in Dubai and has operations in West Asia and India. The DM network now comprises more than 125 establishments, providing primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare, treating more than 20,000 patients daily.

Dr Azad Moopen, chairman of the group, said that the existing doctor-population ratio in Wayanad was 1:1,600. The hospital will also cater to the healthcare needs of people from the neighbourhood districts in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

The hospital will provide subsidised and free treatment to the needy. The group is also planning to set up a ‘not for profit' cancer centre with radiation oncology and a dialysis centre within the campus.

According to Dr Moopen, the institute will be the first medical campus in India designed on ‘green building' concept, complete with a botanical garden in a resort ambience. The academic block will have a simulation laboratory, lecture halls and e-library, residential facility for at least 80 per cent of the staff and students, food court and shopping centres.

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If they laid the foundation stone, yesterday, then how can they complete the 700 bed hospital by June this year.

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KOZHIKODE, APRIL 9:
The Chief Minister, Mr Oommen Chandy, has laid the foundation stone for the medical college of DM group at Meppadi in Wayanad district.

The DM Wayanad Institute of Medical Sciences, being set up by DM Education and Research Foundation, part of DM Healthcare group, is coming up on 50 acres of land. The Rs 250-crore project is designed as a comprehensive academic medical campus, providing graduate and post-graduate courses and research facilities in medicine, dental, nursing, pharmacy, paramedical and associated subjects.

The first phase of the project, consisting of medical college and a 700-bed hospital, will have a total built-up area of 12 lakh square feet. The hospital is scheduled to be ready by June this year and the medical college is expected to be ready to take in the first batch of students by August 2013.

DM Healthcare group is headquartered in Dubai and has operations in West Asia and India. The DM network now comprises more than 125 establishments, providing primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare, treating more than 20,000 patients daily.

Dr Azad Moopen, chairman of the group, said that the existing doctor-population ratio in Wayanad was 1:1,600. The hospital will also cater to the healthcare needs of people from the neighbourhood districts in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

The hospital will provide subsidised and free treatment to the needy. The group is also planning to set up a ‘not for profit' cancer centre with radiation oncology and a dialysis centre within the campus.

According to Dr Moopen, the institute will be the first medical campus in India designed on ‘green building' concept, complete with a botanical garden in a resort ambience. The academic block will have a simulation laboratory, lecture halls and e-library, residential facility for at least 80 per cent of the staff and students, food court and shopping centres.

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WIMS administrative block

The administratice block of Wayanad institute of Medical Science by DM Healthcare
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MIMS Oncology Centre Calicut

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NRHM programme fails to live up to expectations

When the much-hyped National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), one of the most ambitious programmes to revive the healthcare sector in the country, ended its five-year-long term last month, not only were many of its goals for Kerala unfulfilled, but funds were also not utilised effectively.

The project spent only 60 per cent of the allocated state funds. Many innovative projects conceived in geriatric care and adolescent and gender-based categories were not effectively implemented.

There are also widespread allegations of the lack of transparency in fund utilisation both at state and district level. It is also alleged that NRHM, which was conceived to work in convergence with the state health department, remained as a separate entity during the initial years which adversely impacted the implementation.

The NRHM in Kerala received Rs1218 crore from the central and state governments. From 2005 to 2012, the Union government allotted Rs1090.54 crore and the state, Rs127.51 crore. More than 90 per cent of the Centre’s allocation was used, but only 65 per cent of the state funds were used.

More than 5000 employees have been working with NRHM both on contract and permanent basis. The project also employed more than 31,000 ASHA volunteers in rural areas.

When compared with other states in the country, Kerala has specific issues in the healthcare sector. “One of the major limitations is the difficulty in getting qualified doctors in rural areas, especially in districts like Kannur, Wayand, Palakad and Kasargod.

Though there was financial flexibility, funds could not be properly utilised due to procedural and practical difficulties,” said a senior doctor with the NRHM in Kasargod district on condition of anonymity.
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Govt. Medical College for Palakkad



Govt. of Kerala has allotted a Medical College for Palakkad. For the initial phase, Rs.50 Crore has allotted, Minister AP Anil Kumar told.
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Hospital selected for Angels project

Shanthi Hospital at Omassery will be the first model institution for the ‘highway and rural emergency medical care project' of the Active Network Group of Emergency Life Savers (Angels) in the State.

Executive Director of Angels Foundation P.P. Venugopalan told the media here on Thursday that the project aimed at preparing hospitals, health sector, and health workers to offer scientific and quality emergency medical care to victims of road accidents.

The Angels-Shanthi rural medical care unit and mobile ICU service, a first step towards this direction, will be inaugurated at 9 a.m. on May 5.

M.K. Raghavan, and M.I. Shanavas, MPs; V.M. Ummer, C.Moyin Kutty, P.T.A. Rahim, MLAs; District Collector K.V. Mohan Kumar; and Rural S.P Rajmohan will be present.

The first rural subunit of Angels in Kozhikode will be launched on the occasion. The unit will concentrate on the hilly regions around Omassery and Adivaram.

Dr. Venugopalan said Shanthi Hospital approached Angels seeking help to empower its emergency response facilities and hospitals, private and public, could follow suit. He said death rate due to accidents could be brought down considerably through this project.

Being the model institution for the project, Shanthi Hospital would have the first emergency and trauma care unit of Angels; service of ALS trained trauma care volunteers for pre-hospital care and disaster management; and a mobile ICU with state-of-the-art equipment.

Doctors, nurses and healthcare workers, public, and students would be trained in delivering emergency medical care. The hospital would be re-designed with modern trauma care concepts to deliver prompt and effective emergency life care, chairman of Shanthi Hospital O.P.Abdul Salam said.

Angels has 50 well-equipped ambulances in the network, including 10 mobile ICU units. In addition, Angels has 40 ambulances in Malappuram district. The programme will be launched in Palakkad on May 18 while, the team is working on launch the project in Kasargod district.

Administrator of Shanthi Hospital M.Abdul Nasar, Finance Director of Angels Manoj Kaloor, and Vice-Chairman of Angels Abdul Khader were present.
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Promises modern ambulances; to revamp hospital society

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Health minister V S Sivakumar has said the government would take steps to reduce the rush of patients at SAT Hospital here. He said a decision on constructing a new building for the hospital would be discussed soon.

Sivakumar, who visited the hospital on Tuesday, said the hospital had severe space constraints and patients were facing severe hardships because of this. He went around the hospital wards.

He visited the hospital following reports that hospital-acquired-infection had affected over 300 new-born babies in the hospital and had killed 50 in one year. The minister said only 79 babies had been affected by infection in the last one year.

Sivakumar urged the hospital authorities to appoint more cleaning staff if there is any shortage. He said the labour room, out-born nursery and in-born nursery were clean after the sterilization process undertaken two days ago. He urged the authorities to sterilize the hospital at regular intervals to keep it free from infection.

The minister also promised SAT Hospital a new state-of-the-art ambulance to shift patients coming from peripheral hospitals. He also stressed the need for restructuring the hospital development society.

This was Sivakumar's first visit to the hospital after he took over the health portfolio.

Times of India had reported that SAT Hospital -- considered the biggest mother-and-baby hospital in Asia -- was still vulnerable to hospital-acquired-infection. In the last one year, about 391 babies born in this hospital were affected with this infection of which 50 had died.

Following a complaint, chief minister Oommen Chandy had ordered an inquiry into the deaths that occurred in the hospital in the last one year.

Sivakumar who visited the hospital on Tuesday, said the hospital had severe space constraints and patients were facing severe hardships because of this
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SAT hospital facility will be upgrade soon

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:Health Minister V.S. Sivakumar has said that the State government is planning expansion and modernisation projects at SAT Hospital to upgrade infrastructure at the referral mother and child hospital inside the Government Medical College Hospital here.

He was speaking to mediapersons after inspecting facilities at the hospital.

Mr. Sivakumar said that apart from the ongoing work in the new hospital block, renovation would be taken up in the old block.

“We are planning to bring the casualty block of the hospital from the rear to the front where a new casualty block will be constructed at a cost of Rs.1 crore. Two new lifts are planned at either end of the old building. We will also start ambulance service for the hospital using National Rural Health Mission funds,” he said.

The modernisation proposals would be implemented in a year, he said.

The new block, which would be converted into a super-specialty wing, would include newborn and paediatric intensive care units, infertility clinic, and paediatric cardiology and neurology wings. Soon after the completion of the civil work, hospital equipment for Rs.1.5 crore would be procured for the new block, Mr. Sivakumar said.

Revival of the Hospital Development Society and deployment of additional cleaning staff to ensure hygiene and sanitation were the other initiatives to be taken up soon. All steps would be taken to ensure a clean hospital environment, he said.

On reports in some sections of the media regarding hospital-acquired infection affecting newborns at SAT Hospital, Mr. Sivakumar said the allegations were baseless. “Hundreds of patients come to this hospital for treatment every day. Patients who come here from other hospitals could be carrying infections. But thanks to the dedicated efforts of doctors and staff of SAT, there have not been any major issues,” he said.

Of the 3.92 lakh patients who came to the hospital for treatment in 2011, 627 died here.

“This mortality figure is not just that of babies. This refers to the total number of deaths, including that of women and children who suffered from chronic diseases such as cancer,” said hospital superintendent K.E. Elizabeth.
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Scottish, Indian university tie up with Calicut Institute of Palliative Medicine and KIMS

Podiatrists from Scotland’s Glasgow Caledonian University are partnering with Calicut’s Institute of Palliative Medicine, a World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre in the area of Palliative Care and Long Term Care, and Thiruvananthapuram’s Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences to train the country’s physicians in managing the complications caused by diabetes foot condition, which leads to the amputation of a limb every 30 seconds around the world.

Dr P Mohamad Ali, Chair of the Mfar Group and Chair of Glasgow Caledonian University’s partner in Oman, Caledonian College of Engineering, is to fund practical workshops and lectures for 140 physicians in Thiruvananthapuram and Calicut. The lectures by Glasgow Caledonian University’s Professor Stuart Baird and Christine Skinner, who have previously been World Health Organisation consultants in diabetic foot disease, will show India’s physicians how to assess and manage the complications caused by the condition. The loss of sensation and poor blood supply to the feet and legs caused by diabetes contribute to high levels of amputation across India, where diabetes has been identified as a pandemic by WHO and the International Diabetes Federation.

It is the second time Professor Baird’s team will run the workshops. Last year they worked with hundreds of physicians in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai after winning Scottish Government funding to bring their expertise to India.

Professor Baird said, “Diabetes is a huge problem in India, and its complications - such as lack of sensation and poor blood supply - can lead to gangrene and amputation, which is devastating for individuals and a huge burden on the health care system.”

“We are delighted that Dr P Mohamed Ali is supporting us, and our partners at Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences and the Institute of Palliative Medicine in this life-saving work. There is a limited knowledge base and expertise in India and physicians have little understanding of the vital early identification, detection and management of diabetic foot disease, which is considered as the major risk factor in non-traumatic limb amputation worldwide. We will be giving lectures and practical sessions on, practical issues.”

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