Kidwai Memorial Institute of
Oncology (KMIO)
HISTORY

Mr.Rafi Ahmed Kidwai
HISTORY
• Established on 26th June 1973 with bed
strength of 50.
• The Institute became Autonomous on 8th
January 1980.
• ...
Philosophy
• Believes that hospital is to maintain the
highest quality of services of curative,
restorative and preventive...
Vision
• KMIO will be regarded as one of the excellent
oncology institutes, grounded in rich medical
and nursing heritage ...
Mission
• Health care service in KMIO works to provide
excellent health care services in Karnataka
through a group of dist...
OBJECTIVES
• To educate the public about cancer, its causes,
prevention and early detection.
• To provide curative service...
ORGANIZATION PLAN
Director
Medical superintendent
FA

CAO

NS

Nursing Supervisors
Ward in charges
Shift in charges
Staff ...
STAFFING PROCESS
KMIO is a state autonomous institute. State
government provides the assistance with
filling the staff req...
STAFF WELFARE PROGRAMME
Regular CNE’s are conducted on monthly
basis. Staff’s are deputed for higher education
with salary...
STAFFING PATTERN
• The nurse patient ratio followed in the
hospital as enumerated below:
• In medical wards 1:10
• In surg...
BUDGET
• The annual budget - Rs.19 Crores.
• Expenditure on Salaries and Administrative
over heads - Rs.9.50 Crores.
• The...
Facilities at KMIO
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Treatment facilities
Beds
Multi-disciplinary Out-patient Block
BMT Unit
Commercial C...
Equipment:
• Clinac - 1800 (Linear Accelerator)
• Whole Body Spiral CT Scanner
• Mammography, Lymphangiography, Ultrasonog...
SERVICES FOR PATIENT CARE:
• Mobile Cancer Education & Detection Unit (MCEDU):
conducts Cancer Education & Detection Camps...
Committees for patient care
In cases where the total treatment cost
becomes too heavy such patients are
financially assist...
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  1. 1. Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology (KMIO)
  2. 2. HISTORY Mr.Rafi Ahmed Kidwai
  3. 3. HISTORY • Established on 26th June 1973 with bed strength of 50. • The Institute became Autonomous on 8th January 1980. • The Government of India has accorded the status of a Regional Cancer Centre on 1st November 1980. • The Indian Council of Medical Research has recognized this referral Institution as a research association.
  4. 4. Philosophy • Believes that hospital is to maintain the highest quality of services of curative, restorative and preventive services to all cancer patients. • Believes that it is expected to render high standards of patient care in the hospital. • Believes that research activities in the field of oncology provide the patients with a new ray of hopes.
  5. 5. Vision • KMIO will be regarded as one of the excellent oncology institutes, grounded in rich medical and nursing heritage of love for humanity, churning out to deliver world class treatment at affordable price to the patients through highly qualified and dedicated professionals who are committed to serve humanity through continued research in the field of oncology.
  6. 6. Mission • Health care service in KMIO works to provide excellent health care services in Karnataka through a group of distinctive staff according to the national standards of quality for all oncology patients.
  7. 7. OBJECTIVES • To educate the public about cancer, its causes, prevention and early detection. • To provide curative service to the cancer patients. • To provide the palliative service to the critically ill cancer patients.
  8. 8. ORGANIZATION PLAN Director Medical superintendent FA CAO NS Nursing Supervisors Ward in charges Shift in charges Staff nurses RMO
  9. 9. STAFFING PROCESS KMIO is a state autonomous institute. State government provides the assistance with filling the staff requirement. Advertisement regarding recruitment will be published in all news papers and the selection will be based on qualification and experience of the job seekers. Decisions regarding promotion will be taken by the Director of KMIO.
  10. 10. STAFF WELFARE PROGRAMME Regular CNE’s are conducted on monthly basis. Staff’s are deputed for higher education with salary once during their service period. Staff nurses who complete their M Sc. nursing degree have to work in clinical area as well as in the nursing college as a part time lecturer.
  11. 11. STAFFING PATTERN • The nurse patient ratio followed in the hospital as enumerated below: • In medical wards 1:10 • In surgical wards 1:10 • In ICU’s 1:3
  12. 12. BUDGET • The annual budget - Rs.19 Crores. • Expenditure on Salaries and Administrative over heads - Rs.9.50 Crores. • The Government of Karnataka - Rs. 10 Crores. • Annually the Government of India is releasing Rs.75 lakhs for purchase of Medical equipments.
  13. 13. Facilities at KMIO • • • • • • • • • Treatment facilities Beds Multi-disciplinary Out-patient Block BMT Unit Commercial Complex Radiopharmaceutical Complex Radiation Sterilization Plant Man power Equipment
  14. 14. Equipment: • Clinac - 1800 (Linear Accelerator) • Whole Body Spiral CT Scanner • Mammography, Lymphangiography, Ultrasonography • Gamma Camera • Blood Cell Separator • CCX - 100 Autoanalyser • Video Endoscopes • Selectron – LDR, HDR
  15. 15. SERVICES FOR PATIENT CARE: • Mobile Cancer Education & Detection Unit (MCEDU): conducts Cancer Education & Detection Camps in rural, semi urban & urban areas of Karnataka and in the neighboring areas of other States. For this purpose a special mobile bus fitted with mass miniature radiography and PAP test facility is used. • Cancer Control Activities • Cancer Detection Clinic • Perpetual Free Feeding Endowment Donation Scheme • Kidwai Cancer Drug Foundation • Shanthidhama:The Shantidhama - " A Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Centre" is a unique project for managament of cancer patients. In this centre the patients are offered all diagnostic and treatment services and also psychological, spiritual, rehabilitation and occupation therapy services. • Anti-tobacco cell • Blood Transfusion Services • Blood Irradiator (BI-2000)
  16. 16. Committees for patient care In cases where the total treatment cost becomes too heavy such patients are financially assisted by various schemes like Free drugs from the Institute, Karnataka Chief Minister's Medical Relief fund, Poor Patients Welfare Fund, children Welfare Fund, Kidwai Cancer Drug Foundation, etc. The anti-cancer drugs sold at Kidwai Cancer Drug Foundation' are 40 to 60% cheaper than the market rates.

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