Corporate Social Responsibility

“Health Arm”

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  • OCHRI is one of the few hospitals who has taken up the initiative of Corporate Social Responsibility seriously, and has been a part of many ventures involving the uplifting of the society.
  • The CSR law came into effect on April 1, 2014. India is the only country to make the law mandatory.
  • OCHRI has been involved in conducing school health checkups, cancer screening camps, and regular specialty camps, among other camps.
  • OCHRI has taken over the management of Research Centre based at Ramtek to run on no profit basis.
  • OCHRI has been awarded a number of rewards for these types of services.
  • OCHRI has a dedicated CSR cell, for helping the needy and the less fortunate.
  • The CSR cell in OCHRI has a definite impact, partnerships, long term projects, and employee engagement.
  • By becoming a health care partner for many companies, OCHRI is doing its part in making India a healthier country.

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CSR Activities

JFS organizes blood donation camp at OCHRI


As  a social responsibility , Orange City  Hospital and Research Institute , Nagpur & M/s Jeevan Jyoti blood bank had recently organized a blood  donation camp for the employees  of M/s Janalakshmi  Financial Services. More than fifty five employees of Janalakshmi Financial Services had donated blood to benefit needy patients admitted in OCHRI.

Shri. K.K.Jayaprakash, Regional Head, Vidarbha of M/s Janalakshmi Financial Services had expressed his desire of arranging a blood donation camp of their employees to benefit needy persons to Shri.Udaybhaskar Nair, Chairman, OCHRI. Accordingly, this camp was envisaged by Dr.Usha Nair, Director, Ravi Nair Hospitals Private Limited wherein Smt.Priya Sashi in coordination with Dr.Sheela Mundhada, JJBB successfully organized this camp under aegis of OCHRI CSR arm “Shivir”.Shri Ankur Rana, Manager, Shri. Madan Waldekar, Manager, Shri Suraj Agarkar, Shri Kishor Khobragade and Dr. Sonali Kapse worked hard for the success of the program. Shri Ankur Rana, Manager conveyed his satisfaction to Dr.Anup Marar, Director( OCHRI) on the meticulous arrangements and assured that the comprehensive health care services and charitable activities of OCHRI will be duly highlighted to all their JFS members.

Double Delight for Kalyani NursingSchool

Double Delight for Kalyani Nursing School

RANM results declared by Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai, brought double delight and cheers to the Kalyani Nursing School, Nagpur. After registering 100 % result in First Year, their seniors continuing the tradition also recorded 100 % passing result in RANM Final year exam. Recently MNC, Mumbai declares the result of RANM Final year exam held in July 2015 in which all the students of KNS passed with flying colors. Kalyani Nursing School’s RANM (2013 batch) registered 100 % passing result in the 2nd year exam conducted in July 2015. Kalyani Nursing School is the nursing education wing of Orange City Hospital & Research Institute. Last year also all this students of Kalyani Nursing School passed the RANM 1st year examination with flying colors.

Dr. Usha Nair, Director, RNHPL, stated that “The ranking is a credit to the skill, persistence, creativity and experience of our faculty at KNS and OCHRI, which allows its trainee nurses to work in a variety of multicultural health care settings”. “The school took special care of the students for their preparations. It has helped in increasing their overall results. For instance, all the students appeared in examination passed in First Division.” She further added.

Dr.Anup Marar, Director, OCHRI added that all these girls have already been given placements at OrangeCity Hospital, Nagpur.

Smt. Jyotsna Bhujbal, Principal, KNS stressed the need of more girls to come forward and consider a nursing career. Demand of nursing professionals is growing day by day and local candidates can avail the benefit of exemplary teaching at OCHRI by KNS. She reiterated that KNS does not take any donation and only government fees are charged.

Dr.Noorul Ameen, Coordinator, Kalyani Nursing School said that attached to Orange City Hospital & Research Institute has been approved and recognized by Maharashtra Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council (INC), and the RANM course is conducted strictly as per the rules and regulations laid down by MNC & INC.

Shri.Udaybhaskar Nair, Chairman, NAIRSONS Group complimented Dr.Noorul Ameen, Coordinator, KNS, Shri. Roy Thomas, DGM (HRD), Smt. Jyotsna Bhujbal, Principal, Smt. Kanchan Bante and Smt. Rani Dongre, Tutors for the inimitable performance. He also thanked all competent authorities of Maharashtra Nursing Council for the confidence reposed and rendering timely guidance.