The IP Block construction is in progress. The hospital also purchased an MRI Scanning machine for its use last year.
|Total OP Cases||331076|
|Total IP Cases||4944|
|Total No of Surgeries||3869|
The clinic was not operative during the initial lockdown period and was opened up in the month of Oct 2020. During the last lockdown the staff members were temporarily deployed at the TPI Large Dia Plant, where they
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Launched in July-2015 it served 10 most needy sites in Avadi-Ambattur belt which lacked access to health services.MHU Services
The MHU undertook visits to the locations every week and extends treatment to the underprivileged elders. During every visit 40 to 50 elders are treated.Members of Women Self Help Groups and Youth Associations were pitched in to disseminate health awareness materials in the respective communities.
|JULY 2015 TO MARCH 2016||13673|
|APRIL 2016 TO MARCH 2017||20924|
|APRIL 2017 TO MARCH 2018||20953|
|APRIL 2018 TO MARCH 2019||19472|
|APRIL 2019 TO MARCH 2020||21170|
|APRIL 2020 TO MARCH 2021||18400|
The Mobile Health Unit of HelpAge was very effective during the Covid-19 pandemic where the vulnerable population, particularly the elderly with chronic conditions in and around Avadi and Ambattur, were able to get treated and provided with medicines. 98.4% of the beneficiaries visited the MHU during the lockdown. 69.1% of the beneficiaries have been receiving treatment at MHU for over 2 years.
It has been 6 years since we first started this project. Presently we find that the Health care facilities in and around Avadi & Ambattur belt has considerably improved. Hence, we would like to discontinue this project and focus on other long term and socially more impactful projects.
The Indian Institute of Technology – Madras, Civil Engineering Department collaborated with Chengalpattu Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) in Tamil Nadu design and developed a ‘Doffing Unit’ to enable healthcare professionals to safely and effectively remove their Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
The entire collaboration took place remotely during the lockdown period during the month of April 2020. Several versions of the design were generated and reviewed before the team finalised the version for fabrication. District officials also coordinated with the team to enable the fabrication and safe transportation of the Unit to operational location at CMCH. The units were commissioned by Chengalpattu District Collector, Mr. John Louis on May 6, 2020. Given the pandemic situation, the Doffing Unit has proven to be critical support at the right time for the safe and effective disposal of PPE’s at CMCH.
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