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  1. 1. SIKKIM MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (SMIT) The SMIT was established in 1997 and got a unique honour and proud privilege of being the first constituent college of the Sikkim Manipal University. Located in state of Sikkim adjoining the West Bengal and Sikkim border, SMIT is situated in the valley of Himalayan Mountains, with an exuberant view of river Teesta flowing just at the steps of the Institute., SMIT is a fully residential co-educational Institute having over 2000 students from all over the country. Courses SMIT offers B-Tech courses in Electronics & Communication engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering and also offers MBA & MCA programmes. The college also provides M. Tech Course in Power Electronics. Faculty and Infrastructure SMIT has a young and enthusiastic faculty of over a hundred thirty teaching members. Faculty members are the vital cogs on the wheel and their efforts help realize the aspirations of our budding technologists and techno-managers. The dedicated faculty members work round-the- clock to inculcate the values of quality education and produce high quality technocrats year after year. The college boasts of well equipped lab facilities with state-of-the-art infrastructure and equipment to train the students in all aspects of practical knowledge. The college consists of a well stocked library, well connected with other leading libraries in India through DELNET. The fully wired campus has its own VSAT link in addition to a 2 Mbps leased line for high speed internet connectivity. At SMIT the focus is on producing quality technologists who cater for the requirements of the industry with changing times. Hence the institute follows a unique curriculum wherein the final semester is totally devoted to six months project work in industry. Numerous opportunities are provided to students in the fields of research work. In the past, students have successfully undertaken projects at eminent research institutions in the country like ISRO and DRDO.
  2. 2. Placement SMIT has a dynamic Training and Placement Cell focusing on student placements which have been improving by each passing year. Lst year 456 students were placed during the first four days of campus recruitment. There has been more than 600 job offers till date. SMITsonians have been placed in prestigious companies like TCS, CTS, Infosys, IBM, ANZ, Accenture, Tech Mahindra, TIL, IDBI, Tata Indicom, Sony Ericsson, Wipro, HCL, Sky Tech, Stesalit, Cognizant, Ushacomm and many more…….. An Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) addresses the entrepreneurial aspirations of students. The EDC works under the aegis of Dept. of Science and Technology, Govt. of India and assists students in exploring opportunities in self employment by setting up their own enterprises. Campus Life The fully residential campus houses separate state-of-the-art, hostels for boys and girls having well furnished rooms with attached bath. The hostels have excellent mess and canteen facilities. Banking facilities along with ATM’s are available on campus. Medicare facilities are available on hand for the students round the clock. The majestic Campus provides other than education, a number of co-curricular activities as an integral part of its roster. Active participation is encouraged in the fields of debating, music, quizzing, dance, trekking and other adventurous activities. The annual cultural fest KAALRAV sees several colleges competing enthusiastically and students giving their best performances to attain top rank for laurels. Students from the Institute have participated in several events and won accolades all over. Along with audio visual means of entertainment, the college boasts of a state-of-the-art gymnasium. Excellent facilities are available for various like football, volleyball, cricket, snooker etc. To provide moral and social support to students, the college runs faculty advisor schemes, benevolent fund schemes and has merit-cum-means scholarships.
  3. 3. CENTRAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL OBJECTIVES We aim at providing patients with high quality care and service, thus focus on individual dedication to quality in meeting these goal o Quality Education- Teaching the physicians of tomorrow while enhancing the skills of today’s healthcare Professionals. o Research- Creating new knowledge in basic and clinical with special stress on the areas of social health perspectives and advance health research o Quality Patient care o Quality Service
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  5. 5. Healthcare Plan OBJECTIVES DISEASE PATTERN To provide comprehensive and continuing healthcare, the incidence pattern for various diseases in the catchment area has been analyzed. The prevalence of the following diseases is seen to be higher in Sikkim. This has been verified during discussions with various healthcare providers, various surveys in Sikkim.  Amoebiasis  Anaemia  Communicable Disease  Skin Disease  Tuberculosis  Malaria  Disease of Nervous systems, Psychotic disease  Disease of Respiratory system  Disease of Genito-urinary systems, Renal Stones  Sexually Transmitted disease  Disease of perinatal period, Multiple Abortion  Injury and poisoning  Dental caries  Cataracts  Hepatitis  Toprovideall OPDservices, Expert first aid,essentialemergencyandresuscitativehealthcare to the generalpopulationinthe catchmentarea.  ToprovidecomprehensiveandcontinuingHealthcaretothe residentof Sikkim.  Toprovide50% of its inpatientservices anda suitablecomponentofall its other serviceson a subsidizedtariff structureto the needyresidinginHospitalcatchmentareas  Toprovidesuitablelevel of medicalcovertoall industrialactivitiesbeingcarriedoutin Sikkim.  Tocoordinateandevacuateallpatientsandcausalityto the hospitalfrom thereresident or placeofwork and otheralternate Hospitalasrequired.  TocoordinatewithFamilywelfaredepartmentinimplementingallnationalhealthprogram'sin Sikkim  Toprovidedisaster managementprogramforSikkim andsurroundingareas.
  6. 6. The disease pattern has the following major implications for the healthcare plan. 1. The incidence of Tuberculosis requires Health education of the general Public in the catchment area. 2. The high incidence of sexually Transmitted Diseases requires institution of a comprehensive AIDS control and preventive programme. 3. To need and follow Aggressive community Education Programme, focus should be on preventive care, lifestyle modification and early detection of complication. The hospital have suitable Infective disease ward. In addition, a comprehensive Medical Records keeping system has been instituted to monitor and manage healthcare of all the residents of Sikkim and other enrolled members. PROVISIONING OF CASUALITY AND AMBULANCE SERVICES There are suitable arrangements to provide comprehensive Accident and Trauma services and Ambulances with capabilities to provide Intensive Care during evacuation are provided. In view of the episodic nature of accidents and geographical position of the Hospital, the Hospital has an integrated Triage and disaster management area in its casualty area. In addition, the hospital provides all services as provided in a tertiary care Hospital. PROVISIONING OF AMBULATORY CARE It provides consultation and diagnostic services during fixed OPD working hours. The OPD consultation and attendance in special clinic are single registration for a definite period. Once registered as OPD cases, they shall be able to avail of all other services. Special Clinic In addition, the special Clinics are operated for specific diseases entity in the OPD. It has been proposed that the following special clinics shall be held on a regular basis, once a month and provide multispecialty comprehensive consultations and diagnostic & therapeutic services. o Asthma Clinic o Anaemia Clinic o Stone Clinic
  7. 7. o Diabetic Clinic o Hypertension Clinic o Infertility Clinic o Menopause Clinic o Tuberculosis Clinic o Comprehensive cardiac Clinic o Well baby Clinic o Executive Health Check up Clinic o Family Medicine and Immunisation Clinic PROVISIONING OF IN-PATIENT CARE The Hospital provides patient services in the following categories  Intensive Care  Acute Care  Intermediate Care PROVISIONING OF HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION (HMO) The Hospital provides well organized Health Maintenance Organization, whose tasks will be as under: 1. To Provide Master Health Checkups and other healthcare programmes including managed healthcare and operate the preferred Provider Organization. 2. Liaison with primary care health providers, secondary care health providers and organization in the catchment areas. 3. To provide socio-economic rehabilitation program with active participation of various philanthropic foundations. 4. To organize Health education. 5. To register and monitor all cases needing long time care.
  8. 8. PROVISIONING OF SUPPORT SERVICES The Hospital provides the following Support Services as captive in house services. 1. Hospital Administration 2. Hospital Medical Records Department 3. Operation and Maintenance of Engineering and Machinery. 4. Hospital Vehicles 5. Hospital Biomedical Engineering services department. 6. Piped Medical Gases Supplies 7. Laundry Service 8. Pharmacy Service 9. General Store Supply & Sterile Supply Department 10. Catering Services. 11. Housekeeping Services. 12. Security Service Department.
  9. 9. Functional Plan To achieve the objective as stated in the Healthcare Plan, SMIMS has the following areas GENERAL It intends to provide 50% of its inpatient services and a suitable component of all its other services on a subsidized tariff structure to the needy residing in the Hospital catchment areas. To meet the objective, the hospital have a General ward with 20-50 beds and a general OPD in it s casualty service for providing all primary and specialized consultations. FUNCTIONAL AREAS IN-PATIENT UNIT Intensive Care Ward 100 Beds Nursery 40 Cribs Immediate Care Ward 342 Beds Isolation Ward 18 Beds Total 500 Beds It will be organized as under Single bedded Suits 22 Beds Single Bedded(deluxe) Bedrooms 104 Beds Two Bedded Bedrooms 130 Beds Six Bedded Bedrooms 104 Beds ICU 100 Beds Nursery 40 Cribs Total 500 Beds OUT PATIENT UNIT Consulting Rooms 50 Rooms Complex Emergency Rooms 5 Rooms Complex CLINICAL SUPPORT AREAS General Surgery Suit 5 Operating Room Complex 2 OR’s for General Surgery 2 OR’s for Trauma, Gynae and Obstetrics and Dental Surgery 1 For Orthopedics Implant surgery
  10. 10. Obstetrics Suit 2 delivery Room complexes 1 Clean Delivery Room 2 Procedure Room Imaging Dept. 7 Room Complex 1 X-Ray Room 2 CT Scan Room 3 Mammography Room 4 MRI Room 5 Bone Densitometry Room 6 Ultrasound Room 7 TMT & cardiac Echo Room Pathology 4 Room Complex 1 Clinical Pathology Laboratory 2 Haematology Laboratory 3 Bio-Chemistry Laboratory 4 Microbiology Laboratory Blood Bank Ancillary Therapy Dialysis 4 Stations Physiotherapy 4 Stations Occupation Therapy Speech Therapy Orthotics
  11. 11. Departmentation DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE It includes the following specialties Internal Medicine Dermatology Pulmonology and Tuberculosis Psychiatry DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY It includes the following specialties General Surgery Orthopaedic Surgery Urology Plastic and reconstructive Surgery ENT Emergency & Critical care Anaesthesia Dental DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICS DEPARTMENT OF GYNAE AND OBSTETRICS DEPARTMENT OF RADIO- DIAGNOSIS DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF NURSING SUPPORT SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION It includes the following functions and services Reception and patient Relations General Administration Finance Medical Records Operation and Maintenance of Engineering and Machinery Hospital Vehicles Hospital Bio Medical and engineering Service Piped Medical gasses Supplies Laundry Service Pharmacy Service
  12. 12. General Store Supply & Sterile Supply Service House Keeping Service Security Service Services – 24 Hours 1. Emergency Medical Service Our Emergency room is fully equipped to handle all kinds of trauma and medical emergencies. All staff, including Doctors and Nurses in ER are well trained to handle any emergencies and are adept in the use of monitor and defibrillator. They are ably supported by 24-hour resident service of Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Gynecology, Pediatrics and Anesthesiology registrars/consultants and by on-call Cardiology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Orthopedic and Plastic Surgery consultants. There are different protocols for handling various kinds of animal bites, poisoning and cardiac emergencies. Excellent trauma care and cardiac arrest response systems are followed. Most sophisticated ambulances, fully equipped with monitor, ventilator, defibrillator and well-trained personnel are available round-the-clock for any critical patients who need emergency transfer to KIMS. Besides an overhead paging system, we have an individual pager system for all on-call personnel. Conduction of regular mock codes is a continuous part of training of the ER staff. Our nurses are trained in Basic life support and in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and they attend CME programmes on a regular basis. Special features:  24-hour Trauma Care  All consultants available 24 hours on-call  Fully-loaded ambulance with ventilator, monitor, defibrillator and other facilities to retrieve patients in times of emergency  Policies and protocols for management of all emergencies  Toll free number
  13. 13. 2. Radiology The Radiology department, under the supervision of qualified radiologists and radiographers provides excellent service with the help of all modern and sophisticated equipments Special features: Sub-second Spiral CT Scan Mammogram 800 MA IITV daylight Fluoroscopy Portable Ultrasound Scanner C-Arm Image Intensifier Color Doppler X-ray / Portable X-ray unit 3. Pharmacy We have a 24 hour Pharmacy situated in the lobby level, which caters to inpatients and outpatients. We keep high quality medicines, major life-saving drugs and antidotes. From the wards and ICU's medicines are intended through Hospital Information System (HIS) which assures fast delivery to the concerned areas. Medicines are sold here tax-free. 4. Blood Bank Supports our busy Operating Rooms, Intensive Care Units, Cardiac surgery and Emergency Rooms with 24 hour service
  14. 14. 5. Laboratory Services Department is headed by Pathologists, Biochemists and Microbiologists with all major equipments to suit the Modern Laboratory System Special features: A back-up for biochemistry investigations using dry chemistry method. Strict internal & external quality control programs. Sub Functions include: Biochemistry Pathology Microbiology Hematology Cytology Serology Immunology
  15. 15. Infection control ______________________________________________________________________________ Infection is preventable and all Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences staffs shall comply with the policies in the infection control manual in order to ensure safe work environment.  Be sure to wash your hands:  On arrival of duty at the hospital to remove organism from outside  On completion of duty, before leaving hospital, to avoid taking hospital germs home.  Before and after patient contact  After using gloves  Immediately after contact with body and body fluids, secretions, excretions, non intact skin or mucous membrane  Before and after eating, blowing nose, combing hair, bathroom use.  After handling patients files and patient care devices.  Before entering and after coming out of intensive care areas and patient rooms.  Before preparing and serving food to a patient  Before and after collecting samples from a patient  After leaving a contaminated area such as a soiled utility room. Safety Lessons: ______________________________________________________________________________ The maintenance of safety of the hospital is an important part of quality improvement. The basic responsibilities include, fire safety, radiation safety, smoking control and handling hazardous materials (Chemical Safety) A. Fire safety: There are three teams earmarked to carry out specific functions incase of a fire outbreak.  Fire fighting team: Responsible to use all means available to put out the outbreak of fire.  Salvage team: Responsible to carry out rescue of persons from site of fire and retrieve maximum property.  Cordon Team: Responsible to control people from entering the place of fire.  The Chief security Officer is responsible for coordinating the activities of fire fighting, slavage teams and cordon teams. Special features  Fire alarm hooters cum speakers  Manual call point (break glass type) with hammer and chain  Ionization type smoke detectors and heat detectors  1 main fire alarm panel with PA system  Local control fire alarm panels  Inlet fire brigade connections to take water from fire engines in case of emergiencies.
  16. 16. In case of fire remember RACE R: RESCUE, A: Alarm, C: Confine the fire, E: Extinguish (if trained) and Evacuate. B. Radiation safety: The radiation safety guidelines are prescribed by the AERB shall be applicable in units with potential risk of radiation like radiology units. The radiology units provide for radiation protection devices like lead shields, lead glasses, lead rubber, aprons and Gloves etc. The radiology units staff’s are placed under a radiation monitoring (TLD monitoring) service by an approved agency. The relevant recommendations of the agency shall be implemented to ensure the staff safety. C. Smoking control: Every patient, visitor has the right to a smoke free environment at our hospital. The entire premise of the hospital is a “NO SMOKING” area. D. Patient safety: Patient safety is the responsibilities of all employees of the Hospital. All staff members are responsible for prompt and correct reporting of accidents in Hospital premises involving patients and bystanders. The Hospital shall ensure proper communication about safety to the patients. The hospital administration, Nursing services, biomedical services, Infection control Nurse are the members of the cross functional safety team. The committee will investigate all such incidents in hospital premises and suggests remedial measures. E. Disaster Plan: The Disaster Plan of Central Referral Hospital preparedness plan to support an external disaster. There are 4 –disaster Statuses:  ALERT: The threat is not near or not large.  LIMITED DISASTER: The threat is confirmed to be as estimate of 10-15 critical cases. This would require only presence of pre-selected group.
  17. 17.  FULL DISASTER: The threat is confirmed to be as estimate of 20-25 critical cases. This would paged overhead as “Disaster Alert- Code Blue”. All CRH staffs are expected to respond to full disaster situation.  ALL CLEAR: This is the status whereby the disaster is declared “All clear” will be paged overhead. F. Triage Levels: RED TRIAGED: Immediate care –victims whose condition is critical and whose care cannot wait. YELLOW TRIAGED: Delayed care- Patients who require hospital care but can wait until the red triaged victims are dealt with. The red and yellow triaged patients shall be received by EMS and secondary triage for surgical patients will occur in surgical secondary triage area. (Emergency Theatre) GREEN TRIAGED: Minor cases- patients who have minor injuries whose care can wait a prolonged time. These patients shall go to the OPD to be seen by doctors assigned there. BLACK TRIAGED: Victims who are dead at the scene or arrival.The black triaged patients from an inpatient source are taken directly to the mortuary. G. Emergency Alerts Emergency codes are usually announced over the Hospital intercom 3 times along with the exact location (Floor/Unit/Level) where the emergency is taking Place. (For example: Code blue ICU, Code blue ICU, Code blue ICU)  Code Blue : Medical Emergency  Code Red : Accident and emergency (Internal Disaster)  Code Orange : Hazardous material spill or Leak  Code Pink : Child Abduction  Code Purple : Missing patient  Code Brown : External Disaster
  18. 18. Hospital information system A hospital information system (HIS), variously also called clinical information system (CIS) is a comprehensive, integrated information system designed to manage the administrative, financial and clinical aspects of a hospital. This encompasses paper-based information processing as well as data processing machines. As an area of medical informatics the aim of an HIS is to achieve the best possible support of patient care and administration by electronic data processing. It can be composed of one or few software components with specialty specific extensions as well as of a large variety of sub-systems in medical specialties (e.g. Laboratory Information System, Radiology Information System). CISs are sometimes separated from HISs in that the former concentrate on patient- and clinical state- related data (electronic patient record) whereas the latter keeps track of administrative issues. The distinction is not always clear and there is contradictory evidence against a consistent use of both terms. CRH has customized a HMIS software in few departments viz. Finanace module , Registration, Central Supply and Stores and Medical Records Departments.
  19. 19. Marketing Plan POSITIONING Positioning is the act of designing the hospitals offer, so that it occupies a distinct and valued place in the target customer’s mind. The Hospital should be positioned in such a way that the following parameters are met with. Important The Hospital is important as it serves to cure an ailing person through effective treatment. Distinctive The Tertiary level care offered by Sikkim Manipal Institue of Medical Sciences with the State of art equipment and highly qualified doctors is the first of its kind in Sikkim. Superior The quality of healthcare that is offered with the expertise of its renowned medical facility on the advisory board of the Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences. Affordable Compared to longer stay in other Hospitals; a patient stays less number of days and all diagnostic facilities are available in house. Thus a patient in Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences cost effective treatment. SO THE MARKETING PLAN SHALL BE To positioned the distinctive and superior Healthcare service product being rendered by highly qualified and renowned medical staff of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences for up market segment, in the state of Sikkim at a very affordable and competitive price with special emphasis on rendering comprehensive and integrated healthcare. The main Thrust shall be at adding the present capabilities of Healthcare providers of Sikkim. The proposed Hospital facilities shall compliment the existing infrastructure rather than compete with it. On a Long term basis the following activities shall be established: 1. A definite continuing education and training programmes for doctors, Nurses and technicians including clinical meetings, ward rounds etc. 2. Empanelment of senior academicians in selected specialties to ensure quality care. 3. Task oriented research in basic and applied medicine with active involvement of ICMR.
  20. 20. 4. Active involvement in community welfare programs. 5. Publication of Hospital Academic Journels, Statically Journels and its circulation in referral pool. 6. Systematic integration with Hospital auxiliaries - which come from target market. 7. Necessary Financial allocation shall be made preoperative and normal operating periods for the marketing efforts listed so far. CLINICAL  Anesthesiology  Cardiology  Cardiac Surgery  Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  Dental Services  Dermatology  Dietetics  Endocrinology  ENT & Laryngologist  FamilyMedicine and Holistic Medicine  GastroenterologyMedical  General Surgery  Internal Medicine  Nephrology  Neurology  Neurosurgery  Obstetrics & Gynecology  Ophthalmology  Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery  Orthopedics’ NON CLINICAL  Anatomy  Physiology  Biochemistry  Pharmacology  Forensic medicine and Toxicology  Community medicine  Pathology  Microbiology
  21. 21.  Pediatrics & Neonatology  Pathology& Laboratory  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  Plastic Surgery The outcome of any Successful Healthcare Delivery is a Satisfied patient