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Vedanta Cancer Hospital & Research Centre Raipur (Chhattisgarh) BALCO’s unique CSR initiative in health care. Target Oct 2011. Vedanta Medical Research Foundation.

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Vedanta Cancer Hospital & Research Centre Raipur (Chhattisgarh)

BALCO’s unique CSR initiative in health care

vedanta medical research foundation
Vedanta Medical Research Foundation

Incorporated and registered on 7th April 2008 under section 25 of Companies Act, 1956 (for no profit organisations).

Vision

To provide world class health care in oncology and related fields.

To provide medical care at affordable cost to the people of Chhattisgarh and Central India.

To conduct India centric research in cancer.

To train and develop oncology professionals.

objectives
Objectives

To establish a 350 bed tertiary care hospital with state of the art facilities.

To set up satellite centres to ensure accessibility of treatment to masses.

To create awareness about cancer and its prevention through rural outreach programmes and conduct of camps.

To ensure quality by inducting the best medical talent (faculty) from India and abroad.

To provide adequate infrastructure to complement high academic standards of the medical & scientific faculty.

To create a strong research ethos in the clinics and laboratories.

To establish a Nursing Institute to meet growing demand in the field of oncology nursing.

milestones
Milestones

Bhoomi Pujan (Aug 2007)

Brainstorming Session (Feb 2008)

Incorporation of VMRF (Apr 2008)

Inauguration of Medical Vans (Aug 2008)

Signing of MoU (Sep 2008)

Inauguration of Camp (Jan 2009)

Commencement of work at old site (May 2009)

Forming of VMRF Advisory Board (Jul 2009)

Change of project site (Jul 2009)

Commencement of work at new site (Nov 2009)

b rainstorming session
Brainstorming Session

Dr P B Desai, Former Director, Tata Memorial Hospital

Dr (Ms) K A Dinshaw, Former Director, Tata Memorial Hospital

Prof Murray Brennan, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA

Dr Jatin Shah, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA

Dr Chris O’Brien, Sydney Cancer Centre, Australia

Dr Harold Hausen, German Cancer Centre, Heidelberg, Germany

Dr Soo K Chee, National Cancer Centre, Singapore

Dr Peter Boyle, International Agency for Cancer Research, France

Prof N K Ganguly, Former Director, ICMR

Prof Neil Mitra, Gangaram Hospital, Delhi

Prof M S Valiathan, Manipal University

overview
Overview

Raipur

Vedanta Cancer Hospital & Research Centre

Madhya Pradesh

Adjoining areas of MP

Chhattisgarh

Whole of Chattisgarh

Maharashtra

Adjoining areas of Maharashtra

Orissa

Adjoining areas of Orissa

Andhra Pradesh

Adjoining areas of AP.

concept of cancer care
Concept of Cancer Care

HUB AND SPOKE MODEL

Primary Care

(Camps)

Secondary Care

Centres

Tertiary Care

Hospital

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Plan

Phase I Service

- Primary Care (Medical Vans)

- Secondary Care (Satellite Centres)

- Tertiary Care (Main Hospital)

Phase II Education & Research

medical vans
Medical Vans

Presently two vans covering six districts

From Korba

- Korba

- Raigarh

- Sarguja

From Kawardha

- Kawardha

- Rajnandgaon

- Durg

camp summary
Camp Summary

No of camps conducted - 34.

No of villages covered - 508.

No of households covered - 28,735.

No of population covered - 1,57,465.

No of registered cases - 3,237.

No of suspected cases - 507.

No of identified cases - 166.

No of patients identified for further treatment - 68.

No of surgeries performed at BALCO Hospital - 25.

project details
Project Details

Phase I

Main Hospital

Secondary Centres (2)

Serai

Housing Complex

Nurses’ Hostel

Doctors’ Hostel

Nursing Institute

Phase II

Secondary Centres (3)

Auditorium

Library

Convention Centre

PG Institute

Guest Complex

Wellness & Spa

advisers
Advisers

VMRF Advisory Board

1. Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh

2. Dr Praful B Desai, Former Director, Tata Memorial Hospital

3. Dr (Ms) K A Dinshaw, Former Director, Tata Memorial Hospital

agencies associated
Agencies Associated

Architect: M/s Kamal Malik & Associates, Mumbai.

Project Management Consultants: M/s R & K Gombe Management Consultants, Mumbai.

Civil & Structural Work: M/s B E Billimoria & Co Ltd, Mumbai.

Electrical Work: M/s Siemens Ltd, Mumbai.

HVAC, Plumbing & Firefighting Work: M/s Blue Star Ltd, Mumbai.

Cladding & Glazing: M/s Vijaynath & Sons Ltd, Mumbai.

Elevators: M/s Kone Ltd, Mumbai.