HOSPITAL



Hospital History

Started in 1998, with collection of 800 units and now increased up to 12,000 units per annum


Free consultation, free medicines to poor; investigation and other specialities charges are at concessional rates


150 patients on an average per day


Speciality services - Cardiac & Diabetic, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Psychiatric, Dental & ENT, Orthopaedic , Gastro - Entrologist


Lab investigations - Hemogram, VDRL, Blood sugar (f) & (pp), blood urea, keratinize, lipid profile, Liver function tests


Medical camps – 216 camps per year organized for Sri Lankan refugees and crèche children


Hospital building donated by M/s. Thatikonda Rajamannar Trust @ Rs 78 lacs and Annual maintenance @ Rs 25,000 per mensem


Master Health Checkup conducted at concessional rates


Digital X – Ray


Digital Dental Machine & X -Ray


Ultrasound Scan Machine


Recently purchase Audiometer


DAY CARE HOSPITAL is functioning at IRCS TNB premises for the past 15 years and is rendering Health Care Services to the economically and socially downtrodden community. The Hospital services are extended on various medical specialties. In and around Egmore poor community daily visiting the Day Care Hospital and getting medical treatment with free Medicines together with Lab investigation, X-ray, ECG and etc, Highly qualified and experience Medical Experts visiting Day Care Hospital and rendering Honorary Service for the betterment of poor family in the Day Care Hospital. In Day Care Hospital Master Health Check ups are undertaking with a nominal charge of Rs. 500/-


Besides, Mobile Medical Clinic visiting every week to the Sri Lankan Refugee Camps and Creches at Puzhal and Gummidipoondi near Chennai and provides free Health Care services with free medicines in the Camps to the Mother and child, Old age men and women and regular patients. With a view to reach Health Care needs for the Villagers, a Mobile Medical Camp would be organised in the nearby villages regularly to render Health Care Services to the community and also proposed to organise such camps in the Slums in Chennai city. During the camps free medicines would be provided to them.