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Dr. Vallabhbhai Kathiria, A General Surgeon, EX Member of Parliament, Minister of State in Govt. of India, Patriot & Nationalist, thorough Gentleman, BJP & RSS Committed worker, Leader of common ...

Dr. Vallabhbhai Kathiria, A General Surgeon, EX Member of Parliament, Minister of State in Govt. of India, Patriot & Nationalist, thorough Gentleman, BJP & RSS Committed worker, Leader of common people of Rajkot & Saurashtra promotes the rural health care services on charitable platform under the auspice of Vasundhara Trust.

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  • HOSPITAL PROJECT FOR RAJKOT RURAL AREA AN INTRODUCTION Dr. Vallabhbhai Kathiria Ex. Minister Govt. of India Ex. Mp. Rajkot
  • Vision “May all be healthy and happy forever” SERVICE TO NATION THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10
  • Mission
    • “ Developing an affordable and efficient healthcare system by balancing preventive, Promotive and curative measures and establishing an enduring doctor -patient relationship”.
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  • Objectives
    • To provide an efficient, high-quality, cost effective and innovative health care services.
    • To respect patients with compassion and encourage our health care team to provide them support and assistance.
    • To promote Educational opportunities which assist staff in their professional development. .
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  • Gujarat Snapshot SERVICE TO NATION THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10 Population 55 million (5% of India) Geographical Area 196,000 sq. km (6.19% of India) Literacy Rate 69.14 % (National Literacy Rate: 61%) GSDP (at current price) USD 52.8 billion Revenue Surplus INR 1802.85 Crore (2006-07 – RE*) Exports 14.3% of India Urbanization rate 38% (vis-à-vis India 28%) Per Capita Power Consumption 1,354 units (National Average: 665 units)
  • SERVICE TO NATION THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10 Cellular Connection 41 per 1000 persons (National Average: 26) Cellular Subscriber 10.3 million Motor Vehicles 118 per 1000 persons (National Average: 57) Irrigated area as % of GCA* 40.00% Villages Electrified 100% Sex Ratio at birth (CRS – 06) 921 Females : 1000 Males Inflation rate (WPI) 9.3 %
  • Manpower and Education Manpower Statistics Medical Colleges Medical Infrastructure in Gujarat (Map) MBBS – 13 (6 Govt. & 7 Private) Homeopathic – 13 Ayurvedic – 9 Dental – 12 ( 5 Govt. & 7 Private) Physiotherapy – 17 Pharmacy - 50 Source : Department of Health, Government of Gujarat Key Education Centres
    • Institute of Kidney Disease and Research Centre (IKDRC)
    • Gujarat Cancer Research Institute ( GCRI)
    • U.N. Mehta Cardiology Research Institute
    • B.J. Medical College Ahmedabad
    • Gujarat Ayurvedic University , Jamnagar
    • Pramukh Swami Medical College , Karamsad Anand
    • Nathiba Hargovindas Lalbhai Medical College, Ahmedabad
    • Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education & Research
    SERVICE TO NATION THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10 R & D Organisation Medical Colleges MBBS & Dental Hospitals
  • No. of Registered Doctors (2006): 39,734 No. of Registered Nurses (2006): 16,816 Facilitating Good Health SERVICE TO NATION THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10 Primary Sub centers - 7274 Primary Health centres - 1072 Mobile Health Care Units - 85 Medical Colleges - 13 Community Health Centres - 273 Health Pyramid of Gujarat
  • OUR TARGET AREA: SAURASHTRA & KUTCH SERVICE TO NATION THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10
  • INDUSTRIES IN SAURASHTRA
    • Small scale manufacturing industries: include Bearings, Diesel Engines, Kitchen Wears and other home appliances,
    • Watch Parts, Forging, Brass and Casting industry, Machine tools, foundry units
    • Jewelry, gold/silver ornaments
    • Software development
    • Auto-Mobiles, Automotive Parts
    • Textile printing units, Silk Embroidery
    • Cement and Ceramic industries
    • Salt and Chemicals
    • Shipping
    • Petroleum and Refinery
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  • Need: WHY SUCH TYPE OF A TRUST HOSPITAL?
    • Till today more than 21% of people live below poverty line and more than 50% are middle class who can not afford the costly medical treatment at the right time.
    • Globalization has increased lot of burden on health management .
    • The preventive and Promotive health care system is yet to be popularized among people. Mostly poor villagers are sufferers always!
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  • We aim at…
    • Providing affordable medical treatment to the poor families to extend the medical support at negligible cost to cover a wider spectrum of socially and financially weaker sections of the society.
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    • Adoption of villages inhabited by economically downtrodden and tribal people for medical care and other welfare.
    • Organizing health awareness, immunization and treatment camps in remote rural areas.
    • Adoption of schools for immunization, awareness and treatment.
    • Adoption of Primary Health Centers in surrounding areas to offer health care services to weaker sections, street children and other financially disadvantageous people.
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    • An extension counters of healthcare activity through community outreach programmes in the form of Mobile clinics (OPD) in the far flung rural areas.
    • Disbursement of regular monthly financial aid to thallassemic children for their blood transfusion and treatment.
    • Creation of Blood Donors’ Bank for needy patients.
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    • Extensive campaign for awareness among the people towards proper sanitation in their villages with a motto, “ Clean Village, Healthy Village ” i.e., “ Swachchh Gram, Swasth Gram”
    • :JrK U=FD , :J:Y U=FD
    • In true sense, we wish to bring revolution in the field of healthcare in current environment .
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  • The span of our activities will cover :-
    • Preventive, Promotive and curative aspects of healthcare
    • Holistic approach towards treatment of every human being
    • Public health education
    • Research and development
    • In this context , we shall prepare qualified community health workers at grass root level
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  • OUR PLAN SERVICE TO NATION THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10 A State of the Art – Hospital for rural and poor community
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  • Need…
    • Diseases like hypertension, diabetes, cerebral strokes, HIV/AIDS, various types of cancers and road traffic accidents are on increase with today’s lifestyle.
    • Concept of preventive and primary healthcare along with affordable qualitative care with applications of all pathies in form of holistic care is required to establish overall healthcare delivery.
    • There is a dire need of such trust hospital to fulfill the mission and objectives of trust/charitable hospitals in the real sense.
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  • Project facilities
    • To start basic medical and surgical facilities initially and super specialties later on
    • 1 General surgery
    • 2 Medicine
    • 3 Pediatrics
    • 4 Orthopedics
    • 5 Gynecology and Obstetrics
    • 6 Ophthalmology
    • 7 ENT
    • 8 Dentistry
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  • Project facilities..
    • 9 Alternative medicines (Ayurved and Homeopathy etc.)
    • 10 Cancer prevention and awareness center
    • 11 Psychiatry and de addiction clinic
    • 12 Dermatology and STD clinic
    • 13 Geriatric care
    • 14 Anesthesia and critical/trauma care
    • 15 Physiotherapy and rehabilitation
    • 16 Pathology and microbiology
    • 17 Radiology and radio diagnosis
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  • Project facilities..
    • 18 ICU/ICCU
    • 19 Specialist and super specialist OPDs
    • 20 Complete health check up facility
    • 21 Diabetes and Hypertension clinic
    • 22 HIV/AIDS clinic and counseling
    • 23 Dialysis Unit
    • 24 Rheumatology clinic
    • 25 Blood bank
    • 26 Telemedicine services
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  • In our project..
    • No patient will be denied treatment for lack of money
    • Total charges levied will never exceed Rs. 10000 in routine and Rs. 20,000 in complicated intensive care patients
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  • We wish to provide :
    • 1 Recognition and full appreciation of quality services rendered by medical and paramedical staff in real sense.
    • 2 Holistic approach towards healthcare services. Through synergy between Allopathy and other systems of medicines.
    • 3 Spiritual and Humanitarian atmosphere in the campus with love and compassion towards patients.
    • 4 Tie up with hospitals having special facility for reference with specific terms of philanthropic mission.
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  • We wish to provide :
    • 5 Yoga and meditation for patients and their relatives and other visitors as well.
    • 6 Special efforts for community medicines and field work in preventive health services in nearby rural areas.
    • 7 Wing for documentation and Research and development in medical field.
    • 8 Free internet services to doctors with research facilities and Medicine library.
    • 9 Regular interaction with doctors through Seminars, CME, conferences and research work.
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  • We wish to provide :
    • 10 Ambulance services for 24 hours
    • 11 Insurance facility for patients
    • 12 Excellent, hygienic canteen facility for staff, patients and relatives of patients
    • 13 Fully computerized central billing, accounting and auditing system
    • 14 Special auditorium and conference rooms
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  • Salient features
    • Healthy, natural, eco-friendly beautiful Greenfield campus
    • Well-equipped modern hospital with 130 beds and scope of expansion for 300 beds in future
    • Facilities for doctors, staff and children including quarters and recreation
    • Seven Operation Theaters with ultramodern facilities for all types of speciality and super speciality surgeries .
    • State of the art ICU and ICCU facility
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  • Other features…
    • All related support services like;
    • In house pharmacy
    • Rehabilitation center
    • Workshops for orthopedic appliances
    • Patient Guest Facility - rooms for patients' relatives .
    • Shopping complex
    • Travel agency
    • Post-office
    • Bank extension counter
    • Canteen, Laundry etc
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  • Associated institutes
    • Nursing school for diploma and degree course
    • Paramedical staff training institute for;
    • OT assistant
    • ICCU/ICU assistant
    • Lab technician
    • Radiographer & radio-technician , Dialysis
    • MSW: Health and rural development institute
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  • Future development plans..
    • Development of this hospital into an excellent teaching hospital and subsequently;
    • Development of a Medical college of international standard
    • World class Medical Research facilities
    • Tissue engineering laboratory and stem cell therapy center
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  • About Dr. Vallabh bhai Kathiria
    • An eminent cancer surgeon and popular social worker
    • Born in a farmer family and tirelessly working for the up-liftment of poor through village development on “ Nanaji Deshmukh’s philosophy of resurgence of India through holistic rural development”
    • Pioneer in promoting community philanthropic services such as rain water harvesting, mobile health care services, organic farming, tree plantation and rural development programmes, industrial fairs, educational and Book fairs etc.
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    • Served as Member of Parliament - Lok-sabha for consecutive four terms
    • Served in Gov. of India in as Minister of state in Health and Family Welfare, Human Resource Development and Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, under the prime ministership of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayeeji from 1999 to 2004.
    • Holding unique record of blood donation for 112 times which shows his concern for humanity and “Charity begins at home”
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    • Popularly known as “Check Dam Sansad” for major water Harvesting work in Saurashtra region.
    • Has unique vision of service to poor and needy, in the field of healthcare
    • Believes in “Service to man is service to God” and “Service to Nation through healthcare” i.e.,
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  • SERVICE TO COUNTRY THROUGH HEALTHCARE 06/01/10
  • 06/01/10 SERVICE TO COUNTRY THROUGH HEALTHCARE
  • 06/01/10 SERVICE TO COUNTRY THROUGH HEALTHCARE STAFF QUARTERS HOSPITAL BUILDING 2 FLOORS & 50 BEDS PARKING ENTRANCE BUILDING FOR IMSTITUTE OF PARAMEDICAL SCIENCES, NURSING & HEALTH RESEARCH N GARDEN ANNEXURE III: SKETCH: VASUNDHARA HOSPITAL & INSTITUTE OF PARAMEDICAL SCIENCE NURSING & HEALTH RESEARCH, RAJKOT