Tct Hospital Presentation (With Notes)
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Tct Hospital Presentation (With Notes)

on

  • 4,434 views

Thirumalai Mission Hospital

Thirumalai Mission Hospital

Statistics

Views

Total Views
4,434
Views on SlideShare
4,427
Embed Views
7

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
137
Comments
1

1 Embed 7

http://www.slideshare.net 7

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
  • After you got all the information on Fioricet, another point on your agenda should be the price for it. http://www.fioricetsupply.com resolves this problem. Now you can make the decision to buy.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • “ Bringing the rural poor together, in building their own future” has been our aim.

Tct Hospital Presentation (With Notes) Presentation Transcript

  • 1.  
  • 2. A household in Elayanallur
  • 3. Elayanallur
  • 4. Women of Keeraisathu
  • 5. Location of the Project Area India Vellore District
  • 6. A doctor at our village dispensary
  • 7. A Village Health Volunteer at work
  • 8. Current Activities Health and Welfare Helping the Disabled De-addiction Women’s Savings & Credit, Income Generating Activities Caring for the Cattle Rural Study and Recreation Centres
  • 9. Our Founder Mr.N.S.Iyengar - A Visionary He had Great faith in Women’s abilities and in the power of education to change the nation He believed Social Responsibilities of business are not optional, but obligatory. He infused it in the organisations he built
  • 10. The Village Health Programme The village volunteer after training The Village volunteer at rounds Over 12,682 Patients treated by Village Volunteers in 2007 - 8
  • 11. The Village Health Programme - Tier 2 TCT Health worker at an eye camp Health worker at SIPCOT centre Over 61,547 Patients treated by our Health Workers in 2007 - 8
  • 12. Health Screening at Schools Health Workers visit 44 Village Schools regularly attending to over 5000 children
  • 13. The Village Health Programme - Tier 3 Treatment by a Physician at TCT Health Centre Vasoor village
  • 14. The Village Health Programme – Health Camps At a Pediatric camp at the Oddaneri Health Centre After an Eye surgery camp at the Hospital 4107Patients treated in camps in 2007 - 8
  • 15. Referral Services 7 Community Health Centres (Each serving 15+ villages) At the Villages Education, Prevention, Detection, Treatment TCT trains all its cadres for effective health delivery Women’s Groups Health Committees Mother & Child Health Education Ante–natal and young mothers Primary School Teachers -Screening, First Aid to children Midwives– Safe delivery Village Health Volunteers Treatment of minor illnesses Community Health Workers Physicians at Camps Govt. Hospitals
  • 16. De-hydrated infant being treated by a village health volunteer
  • 17. First Volunteer - Rajamani
  • 18. Child Growth Monitoring
  • 19. At our Veterinary Centre at T. R. Palli A Veterinary Camp at P. Mettur The Veterinary Programme
  • 20. Micro Credit The poor need credit and lack access Average family income is less than Rs.15,000 per year
  • 21. Micro Credit Training the women in Savings & Loans There is a passionate desire to learn, change their lives
  • 22. Micro Credit Group Meetings in progress
  • 23. Micro Credit F ederation meetings Discussing methods & common problems…
  • 24. Micro Credit The Micro Credit management and Audit team
  • 25. Micro Credit From 15 groups and 300 members in 1995 to 1662 groups and 35,011 members From 876 loans to 49,896 loans today
  • 26. Savings have grown to Rs. 24 million, Loans to Rs. 219 million Micro Credit
  • 27. Micro Credit Linkage with commercial banks Banks now want to lend to the groups The poor are credit worthy
  • 28. Micro Credit The general assembly of the Micro Credit groups The Annual Review meeting
  • 29. Micro Credit Women gathering for their weekly credit meeting The women are the agents of change in the village
  • 30. Micro businesses by Women Brick making Silk saree weaving 13132 Businesses so far …… 2192 New businesses last year
  • 31. Micro businesses by Women Water pump for the farm Silk worm rearing
  • 32. Micro businesses by Women Wood Carving Printing Press
  • 33. Micro businesses by Women A Village store Plastic moulding
  • 34. Micro businesses by Women Cable TV business Fruit shop
  • 35. Micro businesses by Women Poultry farm Cart for hire
  • 36. Micro businesses by Women Tea shop Garland making
  • 37. Micro businesses by Women Rope making Silk yarn business 2192 New businesses last year
  • 38. Children with Disabilities In a poor community, these children and their families suffer the most. No access to health services, no rehabilitation services, no access to physiotherapy. Trapped inside the home without hope
  • 39. Children with Disabilities TCT rehab worker provides physiotherapy for a disabled child
  • 40. Children with Disabilities Wheel chairs for disabled children at Vallimalai
  • 41. Children with Disabilities Fitting children with calipers and prosthetics at the TCT Disability Centre
  • 42. Children with Disabilities At a camp organised by TCT for Governmental assistance
  • 43. Children with Disabilities Government servants at a TCT Health Centre for bus passes and grants for disabled children
  • 44. Children with Disabilities Screening children at a TCT Health Centre
  • 45. Care and Rehab of the Mentally ill
            • Education on Mental illness
            • Identifying the Mentally ill
            • Treating them in Camps
            • Follow up at home
            • Training to care givers
            • Social rehab
            • Enabling Government health service
            • Streamlining Governmental welfare schemes
    More than 200 persons identified and treated in 90 villages
  • 46. Alcoholism rehabilitation Counselling in progress
  • 47. Alcoholism rehabilitation Deaddiction camp in progress
  • 48. Alcoholism rehabilitation Working with the families
  • 49. Alcoholism rehabilitation The beginning of a new life
  • 50. Empowerment – Social and Political Meeting the District Collector, The Commissioner of Vellore District Negotiating with a banker
  • 51. Empowerment – Social and Political Meeting of the village committee - The Panchayat Demanding better services from Government
  • 52. Empowerment – Social and Political Women marching against the sale of cheap liquor
  • 53. Tsunami Rehab Drinking Water project R.O. Plants in 5 villages Training to local girls in operation Technical support for O & M
  • 54. Recognition The Finance Minister of India 2001 The Indian Merchants Chamber
  • 55. Recognition
  • 56. Recognition
  • 57. Empowering women “ Bringing the rural poor together in building their own future”
  • 58. The next phase
    • Completed 25 years of Service
    • Has a wide community base
    • Have developed people’s organisations
    • A lot of awareness generated
    • A lot of development in the area
    • Growing aspirations
    • Huge need for healthcare services both in urban and rural areas
    • Need to integrate all the activities and build a sustainable institution
  • 59. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • The Need
    • Inadequate primary & secondary services
    • Secondary Hospital not accessible
    • Poor testing facilities
    • No referral facility for doctors
    • Irrational and unethical practices
    • Survey done validates need for a good community hospital
  • 60. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • Salient Features
    • Not-for-profit
    • Service to all sections
    • Focus on women, children and the poor
    • Hub and spoke model
    • Community outreach
    • Referral for tertiary care
    • Excellent Diagnostics
    • Inter-disciplinary approach
  • 61. The Hospital Hub
      • A 100-bed community hospital
      • To be located at Thirumalai Nagar, Ranipet, Vellore District, TamilNadu
      • 1-½ km. from the National Highway
    Vellore District Tamilnadu
  • 62. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • Hub and spoke model  
    • The Main Hospital in Ranipet
    • Out patient
    • In patient
    • Diagnostic
    • Check – ups
    • Emergency
    • Pharmacy
    • Medical Records
  • 63. SERVICES In Patient OP Diagnostic General Medicine Pediatrics Diabetology General Surgery Orthopedics Dermatology Obstetrics & Gynecology Ophthalmology Dental E.N.T. Cardiology Physiotherapy Counseling
      • General Med
      • Emergency
      • / Critical / ICU
      • Operation theaters –
      • Minor and Major
      • Private, Semi-Private
      • and General Wards
      • Dialysis
      • Neonatal care
      • Delivery suites
      • Pediatric ward
    Sophisticated Laboratories Ultrasound C.T. Scan X-Ray Colour Doppler Investigating Facilities ECG
  • 64. Diabetes
      • Special focus areas of hospital
    Thirumalai Mission Hospital Arthritis Asthma Infertility Other diseases locally prevalent Hypertension
  • 65. The Hospital Hub Facilities Pharmacy Blood Bank Canteen Dietary Health Check-ups
  • 66. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • Satellite Centres
    • 2 rural and 3 urban centres
    • OP services
    • Specimen collection for testing
    • Referral
    • Follow up 
  • 67. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • Distinct practices
    • Quality
    • Ethical and Rational care
    • Courtesy
    • Hygiene
    • Scheduling and guidance for quick delivery  
  • 68.   Hub and Spokes 1. TCT Hospital 2. Ponnai Satellite Centre 3. Walaja Satellite Centre 4. Thiruvalam Satellite Centre 5. Arcot Satellite Centre 6. Ranipet Satellite Centre
      • To serve the residents of Ranipet, Walajapet and Arcot and also the villages within a radius of 40 km
  • 69. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • Staff Doctors
    • Careful selection
    • Good pay
    • Continuing Medical Education
    • HR policy
  • 70. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • Staff - Nursing & Technical  
    • Locally available
    • Skill upgradation training
    • Training courses with hospital certificates
  • 71. Thirumalai Mission Hospital
    • Competence building
    • Training of all cadres
    • Management members from health care
    • Medical functions - Medical Director
    • All other functions - Chief Operations Manager
    • Panel of advisors
  • 72. Project Cost Projections made are reasonable Projections vetted by advisors from hospitals Land – 5 acres Initial Capital cost - Rs. 10.3 Crores – ($ 2,575,000) (including pre-operating costs)
  • 73. Financial Highlights Initial Project cost excluding land Rs.10.3 Crores ($ 2,575,000 ) Capex for years 3 & 4 Rs.2.5 Crores ($ 625,000) Operating cash deficit in year 1 only 40% of patients will be subsidised internally Cash break-even by end of year 2 Operating cash surplus expected from year 3 Project is viable and sustainable
  • 74. Sources of funds 5 acres of land donated by Thirumalai Group valued at Rs.3.5 Crores ($ 875,000) Cash Donations from Thirumalai Group Rs.4 Crores ( $ 1,000,000) Balance of funds to be raised from other donors Rs.6.5 crores ( $ 1,625,000)
  • 75. Fund raising
    • For expansions and Capex
    • For services to the poor
  • 76. Opportunities to participate You can support any of the following facilities . 25,000 1,000,000 Paediatric ward/ General ward (Male/ Female/ Maternity)/ Physiotherapy/ Dining hall/ Ambulance 7 20,000 800,000 Dental unit, Ophthalmology unit 6 15,000 600,000 Neo-natal / Post surgery / ICU 5 12,500 500,000 Library / Medical Records room /Pharmacy/ Training/ Conference/ Other office rooms 4 7500 300,000 Any Consultation/ Counselling/ procedure room/ Rooms 3 2500 100,000 A Bed in other wards (Septic / ICU / Post surgery / Neo-natal/ Paediatric/ Maternity) 2 1250 50,000 A Bed in General ward 1 $ Rs Facilities S.no
  • 77. Opportunities to participate Note: Cost of Hospital equipments range from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1,00,00,00 ( $1250 -$25,000 ) $ Rs Facilities S. no 500,000 20,000,000 All Medical & Hospital equipments 14 250,000 10,000,000 One floor 13 125,000 5,000,000 One wing of floor 12 100,000 4,000,000 Support equipments 11 62,500 2500,000 Front lobby/ Electronic data system 10 50000 2,000,000 Major operation theatre/ Microbiology lab/ Emergency Room 9 37500 1,500,000 Minor operation theatre/ Nurses Dormitory Satellite centres/ Bio-chemistry lab 8
  • 78. Opportunities to participate Your contribution will be recognised suitably in the Building / Rooms / Facilities
  • 79. Project Completion Plan
    • September 2008- December 2009
    • PR & Fund Raising - Continuing activity
    • Detailed Planning Engineering - From October 2008
    • Civil, Buildings and Finishing - From December 2008 to November 2009
    • Equipment procurement &
    • installation - From June 2008 to November 2009
    • Equipment testing, Pre commission - October 2009
    • Satellites location, Furnishing - January 2009 to October 2009
    • Satellite Doctors, Staff Recruitment
    • Training - May 2009 to June 2009
    • Satellites start functioning - May 2009 onwards
    • Hospital Staff Recruitment & training - May 2009 onwards
    • 10. Hospital Operation Commence - November 2009 onwards
  • 80. Trustees Mr. S. Santhanam, Vice-Chairman, Ultramarine and Pigments Ltd., Mumbai Mr. D.K. Srinivasan, Secretary, Hindu Mission Hospital, Chennai Dr. Arjun Rajagopalan, Trustee and Medical Director, Sundaram Medical Foundation, Chennai Dr. Mrs. Bhooma Parthasarathy, Director, Thirumalai Charity Trust, Ranipet Mr. S. Sridhar, Chairman and MD, Thirumalai Chemicals Ltd., Mumbai Mr. K. Thirumalai, Advisor, Thirumalai Group, Ranipet.
  • 81. Trustees Mr. R.Sampath, Chairman and MD, Ultramrine and Pigments Ltd., Ranipet, Chennai Mr. R. Parthasarathy, MD, Thirumalai Chemicals Ltd., Ranipet Mr. C. Antony Samy, Founder, WORTH Trust, Katpadi Dr. R. Balasubramaniam, Founder and President, Swamy Vivekananda Memorial Hospital, Saragur, Karnataka Dr. Mrs. Shanthi Ranganathan, Director, TTK Hospital, Chennai
  • 82.  
  • 83. Thank You