Jaivik infuses goodness- Smt. Bawankule

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Orange City Hospital & Research Institute publishes a fortnightly registered new paper under insignia of Jaivik which is distributed free of costs amongst Central Indian medical community who subscribe to the same. It spreads moral and ethical values through stories. Jaivik is being published by OCHRI since 2000. Recently Smt. Jyoti Bawankule, wife of Hon’ble Shri.Chandrashekhar Bawankule, Guardian Minister- Nagpur released the recent edition of Jaivik and appreciated the efforts of OCHRI management to permeate positive values & goodness in society through Jaivik. She added that sharing good thoughts and good anecdotes instills positivism amongst readers. Prominently present on this release ceremony were Dr.Usha Nair- Publisher, Dr.Anup Marar- Founder Editor in Chief, Smt.Manjiri Damle- Manager, Smt.Saramma Samuel- Social Worker and Ms.Kishori Kale- Circulation Incharge, Jaivik News paper. For free subscription of Jaivik News paper, one has to contact Ms.Kishori Kale in 0712-6634879 during working hours.

OCHRI shares GMP with NKPSIMS

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Orange City Hospital & Research Institute caters to maximum number of emergency cases in any private hospital as on date in Nagpur. Needy patients who have suffered accident, brain and heart attacks, poisoning, burns etc are routinely referred to OCHRI in view of the exemplary Casualty care served by dedicated Casualty medical officers backed by trained Critical care Specialists who are stationed on round the clock basis backed by diverse group of Consultants. Such 3 tier hierarchical order generates confidence amongst referring doctors and relatives about timely care to their patients. More than 60 departments are available at OCHRI. OCHRI also boasts of a 40 bedded state of art Critical Care Complex which is manned by 3 tier hierarchical order of doctors to ensure round the clock timely quality care to admitted patients.

Recently faculty members of NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Hingna visited OCHRI Casualty and Critical Care Complex to comprehend the indigenous working protocols implemented at OCHRI which had led to its standing as Central India’s Health Caretaker. Dr.Charuta Gadkari & Dr.Shubhada Deshmukh, Professors of Anesthesiology were deputed by Dr.Amol Deshmukh, Secretary of Vidya Shikshan Prasarak Mandal to review the working of OCHRI Casualty and Critical Care Complex. Dr.Noorul Ameen, Senior Medical Officer Incharge- OCHRI escorted them and sensitized them about the applicable standard operating procedures. Dr.Ashish Shukla, Chest Physician & Section Coordinator- OCHRI CCU Complex, Dr.Rani Lakhe, Physician Intensivist and Dr.Nandu Kolwadkar, ENT Surgeon & Surgical Coordinator explained the intricacies of CCU working to the visitors. Dr.Anup Marar, Director- OCHRI welcomed them and stated that sharing of good management practices (GMP) amongst medical community in a transparent ethical manner will go a long way in improving patient care all over the nation. The faculty members conveyed their gratitude on behalf of NKPSIMS to OCHRI management led by Shri.Udaybhaskar Nair, Chairman-NAIRSONS for permitting them to observe the working methodology at OCHRI. They appreciated the good working atmosphere prevailing at OCHRI. The visit was coordinated by Dr.Smita Harkare, Section Coordinator- OCHRI OT Complex.

77 FREE EYE SURGERIES SUCCESSFULLY DONE AT YOGIRAJ HOSPITAL, RAMTEK BY ROTARIANS

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Yogiraj Swami Sitaramdasji Maharaj Hospital and Research Centre, Ramtek run and managed by Orange City Hospital & Research Institute in association with Rotary Club of Nagpur had recently organized a FREE MEGA CATARACT SURGERY CAMP at Ramtek for the benefit of poor and rural population of Ramtek and surrounding areas. All the surgeries, medicines, hospital accommodation and hospitality were provided to the patients “free of cost”.

Out of 77 patients, 74 patients were operated for cataract and 3 for Pterigium in two phases. Patients were operated by Senior Ophthalmic surgeons Dr. Yashpal Lamba, Rtn. Dr. Rafat Khan, Rtn. Dr. Shivani Bidiye and Dr. Abhay Agashe.

More than 500 needy patients were screened over the period of one month by team of Yogiraj Hospital under the leadership of Dr. K. Gopal Krishna Gokhale, CMO, YSSMHRC. He was assisted by Dr. Nahush Bawankar, Dr. Ankit, Optometrists Shri. Mohnish, Shri. Salim and Shri. Kapil & team.

At the outset Shri. Narayandas Agrawal, President, Shri Laxminarayan Devasthan briefed about the unique facilities available at hospital. He highlighted that Yogiraj Hospital is being run and managed by Orange City Hospital and Research Institute, Nagpur on “No Loss No Profit Basis” to provide best medical healthcare services to the rural population at affordable costs.

Dr. Deepak Dongre, Nodal Officer I/c, Yogiraj Hospital expressed that such free surgery Camps in the rural areas by renowned doctors are very much essential as people are not much affordable to avail quality healthcare services. Because of this initiative taken by Yogiraj Hospital and Rotary Club Nagpur, rural people getting quality and ethical healthcare services of OCHRI at their doorsteps. Due to visual correction, patient’s lifestyle gets improved and their span of life gets extended by at least five years. We think this is the best exercise where our doctors altruistically make their knowledge and skills available to serve the humanity. In this way we are able to reach the unreachable.

Rtn. Ms. Kushnoor Chugh, President, Rotary Club Nagpur stated that, “Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest. It is our opinion that camp-based cataract correction is still an important alternative in rural India. Untiring efforts taken by Rotary Ophthalmologists and supporting staff from Orange City Hospital & management of Yogiraj Hospital resulted into successfully performing all surgeries. It is our duty to devote oneself in alleviating misery of our not so well to do brethren. The joy on the faces of the poor patients and their relatives was moving and rejuvenating.”

Rtn Parag Paranjape, Secretary, Rtn. Rina Sinha, Treasurer and other fellow rotary members also visited the hospital and graced the event. Adv. Sanjiv Khandelwal, Shri. Madhukar Mankar, Shri. Sharma from SLD were prominently present on this occasion. On this occasion Shri. Udaybhaskar Nair, Chairman, Dr. Usha Nair, Dr. Anup Marar and Dr. Vidya Nair, Directors, OCHRI congratulated the teams from Rotary, OCHRI and Yogiraj Hospital for their active participation and sterling success of the camp. Shri. Rajesh Mastkar, Shri. Moreshwar Khajure, Smt. Vaishali Sakore, Smt. Kanchan Harode, Smt. Houshila Kanoje, Shri. Prashant & Shri. Sachin and paramedical staff of Yogiraj Hospital & Orange City Hospital and all members of Rotary Club Nagpur worked hard for the success of this camp.

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