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Preliminary Project Report Cauvery Institute of Diabetology A Non Profit Institution of Cauvery Charitable Trust
Chapter 1 - Diabetic Health Care 1.1Overview 1.2 World and Indian Scenario 1.3 National Health Policy and Private Health Care Chapter 2 - Introduction 2.1 Cauvery Charitable Trust 2.2 Cauvery Institute of Diabetology Chapter 3 - Trusties & Advisors Chapter 4 – Cauvery Institute of Diabetology 4.1 Vision Statement 4.2 Objectives 4.3 Action Plan Chapter 5 – Proposed Project Details 5.1 Project Details 5.2 Land Extent & Covered Area 5.3 Proposed Construction Details Chapter 6 – Department and Facilities 6.1 Diabetics and Allied Hospital 6.2 Nursing College & Diabetic Health Education Center 6.3 Ayurveda and Yoga Center 6.4 Residential Quarters 6.5 Major List of Medical Equipments 6.6 Supportive Services Chapter 7 – Project Cost & Means of Financing 7.1 Project Cost 7.2 Means of Financing Index
Chapter 1 - Diabetic Health Care 1.1 An Overview Diabetes is considered as a silent killer disease, which is totally not known until it attacks the person. Once the person becomes diabetic the person will be prone to many other allied diseases such as cardiac disorders, eye disorders, kidney disorders, sexual disorders, skin disorders, psychiatric disorders and so on. 1.2 World and Indian Scenario India has been designated as the “Global Capital of Diabetes” having the highest diabetic patients (35 Million). Worldwide 3.2 Million deaths are attributed to diabetes every year. One in tenth deaths among adults is attributed to diabetes. Most of these deaths are due lack of access to. diabetic health care by poor and marginalized people due to expensive cost WHO estimates 117 million diabetic people worldwide and 35 million in India alone and the count will rise up to 80 million by 2030. 1.3 National Health Policy and Private Health Care National Health Policy of India was aiming to attain the goal of “Health For All”, which it could not. As the concentration of the Government is on providing primary health care and preventive treatment, the curative care rests mostly with the private sector with all practitioners, consultants, Nursing Homes, and Hospitals. The delivery of advanced health care to the growing population has become the responsibility of the Private Sector, charitable trusts, religious institutions/ philanthropists.
Chapter 2 -- Introductions 2.1 Cauvery Charitable Trust Cauvery Charitable Trust is doing yeomen service in the field of diabetes with the help of Cauvery Diabetic Foundation (CDF) since over seventeen years by conducting diabetic camps, health education, publishing book, publishing diabetic health related brochures for free distribution and research work in field of diabetic health. So for conducted more than hundred diabetic camps, over seventy five diabetic health education programmes. More than dozens of research paper were presented in both national and international conferences. To create diabetic awareness in common public, published several book in Kannada and English. With profound will to make diabetic and allied health care affordable to common men Cauvery Charitable Trust intends to set up an health institution with a motto to serve common people with diabetes and its allied illness under one roof. 2.2 Cauvery Institute of Diabetology There are many NGO’s and charitable trusts doing lot of health care services. Trusts or intuitions dealing exclusively with diabetes and allied disorders are seldom. Recognizing the strong need of diabetes and allied disorders health care under one roof at an affordable cost to unprivileged and marginalized rural and urban community Cauvery Charitable Trust intends to start Cauvery Institute of Diabetology. Cauvery Institute of Diabetology main motto is to deliver excellent diabetic and allied health care service at an affordable cost to the common people. CID aims at one roof solution to all diabetic and allied disorders through expert.
Chapter 3 - Trusties & Advisors Dr. K. Ramachandra Dr. K. Ramachandra a well known diabetologist is the founder chairman of Cauvery Charitable Trust. Please refer our website www.cctdiabetes.com for his further details. Smt. Umachandra A social activist with a vision of charitable activities involved in various social activities from past ten years. Smt. Umachandra as wife of Dr.K.Ramachandra is one of the key person in all charitable activities of CCT and CDF. Sri. Naresh A pharmacy graduate with a more than 15 years of experience in field of pharmacy involved in CDF and CCT activities by managing and catering all pharmacy need of the trust. Sri. P. Nagaraj Sri P. Nagaraj is an intellectual and research scholar in electronic engineering working as an Associate professor heads technical committee of CCT. CCT’s all technical needs are catered by him only. Sri Rajendra An associate professor with a vision to of charitable activates for the benefit of society involves in all technical aspects of CCT as a technical committee member of CCT. Sri Venkatesh A mechanical graduate and active social activist involves in all technical aspects of CCT as a technical committee member of CCT. Advisory Committee Advisory committee combines of several members who are experts and specialist in their respective field. These members are actively involved in CCT activities by their expert opinions and advises.
Chapter - 4 Cauvery Institute of Diabetology 4.1 Vision Statement “…..envisions an affordable diabetic and allied health care delivery system of an highest quality to common people at an affordable cost” 4.2 Objectives To contribute to socio-economic development and the development of diabetic health industry through access to quality diabetic and allied health care for common people at an affordable cost and through research. To reduce the excess risk and burden of diabetic and allied disorders morbidity, mortality and disability especially in the poor and marginalized groups. To reduce inequalities in access to quality diabetic and allied health care. 4.3 Action Plan To achieve our objective there is a need for a diabetic health education centre for research, training &information dissemination and hospital for treating patients with diabetes and allied disorders. The center will provide health education to general public and conduct specialized diabetic health education and training courses doctors, health workers and volunteers of NGO’s with help of respective specialists and consultants. The education center will also conduct research programmes and certification courses for doctors in diabetic treatment, courses for the skill up gradation of nurses and diabetic health educators. The center will also conduct health camps, conferences and other programmes to create diabetic health awareness and diabetic health information dissemination. The Hospital will provide diabetic and allied disorder health care at an affordable cost of marginalized community and at no cost to underprivileged community patients. The hospital will also distribute free diabetic medicine and diabetic food to underprivileged community patients.
Chapter 5 - Proposed Project Details 5.1 Project Details NAMECAUVERY INSTITUTE OF DIABETOLOGY LOCATION OF THE PROJECTSOMANAHALLI CROSS, KANAKAPURA ROAD, BANGALORE PROMOTERSCAUVERY CHARITABLE TRUST REGISTERED OFFICE SRINIVASA DIABETIC CENTER JANATA BAZAR BUILDING, V.V. ROAD, MANDYA - 571401 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICEDr. K. Ramachandra, Doctorate in Diabetes Consultant Diabetologist & Chairman C.D.F & C.D.T Cauvery Charitable Trust D/No 1448/291 Ramanashri, 4th cross Ashok Nagar, Mandya, Karnataka, India. - 571401 LINE OF ACTIVITYRESIDENTIAL SUPER SPECILITY HOSPITALS AND EDUCATION CENTER CAPACITY – SECTOR PRIVATE TRUST CONSTITUTIONREGISTERED CHARITABLE TRUST INDUSTRYSERVICE 5.1 Project Details Land is already available for the proposed project and is located at Somanahalli cross 22 kms away from Bangalore. The total extent of land is 3 acres purely meant for health care charitable activities. 33% of total area is covered for built up construction.
5.3 Proposed Construction Details Sl. NO.BlocksArea in SftTotal Area 1Diabetic & Allied Health Center GF21000 FF21000 SF21000 Total63000 2Super specialty Hospital GF30000 FF30000 SF30000 TF10000 Total100000 3Residential Quarters CMD Villa2000 Doctors Quarters (40 Units of 1200 Sft)48000 Staff Quarters (40 Units of 1000 Sft)40000 Nurses Quarters (40 Units of 800 Sft)32000 Workers Quarters (50 Units of 500 Sft)25000 Total147000 4Nursing College & Diabetic Health Education Center GF12500 FF12500 SF12500 TF1250050000 5Ayurveda & Yoga Complex20000 6Recreational & Sports Complex25000 Total405000
Chapter 6 - Department & Facilities 6.1 Diabetics and Allied Hospital Diabetes management and primary care to diabetic related Eye, Heart, Skin, Dental, Ortho, Neuro, DPN and Psychiatry problems. Total diabetes and its complication health care will be done under one roof. 6.2 Super specialty Hospital Super specialty hospital is meant to manage tertiary care of heart including by pass surgery, angioplasty, alveolar replacement and other associated problems like wise management of neurological problems, gastroenterology, nephrology, organ transplantation and CA management. 6.3 Nursing College & Diabetic Health Education Center Nursing College is to train up nurses and special training for diabetes management and complications. Diabetes Health Education to train up doctors, nurses, health workers, NGO’s and patients for diabetes complication. 6.4 Ayurveda and Yoga Center Ayurveda is very vital in the management of diabetes and boost up immunity on scientific basis. Yoga centre is teach simple yoga for the common people for the management of diabetes. 6.5 Residential Quarters Residential Quarters is very important for the doctors, staffs and other worker at the venue itself. Different types of quarters that are going to be developed for different category of staffs is as mentioned in proposed construction details.
6.6 Major List of Medical Equipments The following major medical equipments shall be provided 1. Somatom Emotion 6 Slice CT Scanner 2. Multimobil 2.5-60mA High Frequency Mobile X-Ray(Model No.-IN_M08620002) 3. Heliophos D /Klinoskop H/Flurovision 3000-500mA X-Ray with LI 4. Multimobil 5C- C-Arm with 9” LI 5. Ventilator & Anaesthesia Machine 6. Echocardiograpghy Color Dopler System 7. Ultra Sound Color Dopler System 8. Portable Color Dopler System 9. X Ray Machine 10. OT Equipments 11. Monitor, 12. ECG machine, Tread mill, Pilse Waxymeter, Blood Warmer 13. Heartstart XL SMART Bi-Phasic Defibrillator 14. Dual & Single Chamber Temp.Pacemaker 15. Harmonic Scalpel 16. Laproscopy Machine 17. Volumetric Infusion pump 18. B Braun Syringe Pump 19. Ventilator 20. Double Door Sterilizer 21. Liquid Chemistry Analyzer 22. Blood Coagulation Analyzer 23. Electrolyte Analyzer 24. Heamotology Analyzer 25. Urine Strip Analyzer 26. Binocular Microscope 27. Trinocular Microscope 28. Automated Immunology Analyzer 29. Infant Radiant Warmer, Weighing Scale, Phototherapy Unit etc 30. Incubator etc 31. Blood Culture System 32. Sequential Compression System 33. Fiber Uretero Renoscope "E- Line" 34. CALCULICLAST 35. Hemodialysis Machine 36. Suction Pump 37. Urology Endoscopy 38. Endo scope 39. FM20 & FM30(Fetal Monitor) 40. Rotory Shaker 41. Reverse Osmosis Machine 42. Automatic Scrub 43. Manual Scrub 44. Bone Cutting Machine & Other required equipments for running super specialty hospital.
6.7 Supportive Services The fallowing supportive services shall be provided. 1. Operation Theatre Block 2. Emergency Block 3. Blood Bank 4. Radiology (Conventional X-Ray & Mobile X-ray, CT will be planned later on) 5. Ultrasound 6. Pathology Lab 7. Physiotherapy (Both OT & PT 8. CSSD (Central Sterile & Supply Department) 9. Central Medical Gases 10. Pharmacy a. Shop b. Bulk Store 11. General Stores 12. Kitchen / Canteen 13. Mortuary 14. Biomedical Waste Management 15. Generators 6.8 Diagnostic Facilities Fully equipped lab facility for all the specialty and super specialty consultation will be provided.
Chapter 7 – Project Cost & Means of Financing Sl. No.BlocksArea in SftCost Per SFTAmount. CrsRemarks 1Diabetic & Allied Health Center63000250015.75Including Interiors & Furniture 2Superspecialty Hospital100000250025.00Including Interiors & Furniture 3Residential Quarters147000130019.11 4Nursing College & Diabetic Health Education Center 5000014007.00Including Interiors & Furniture 5Ayurveda, Yoga & Sports Complex2000014002.80Including Interiors 6Recreational & Sports Complex2500020005.00Including Interiors 7Medical Equipments12.00Including Lab Equipments for Hospital & Lab 8Sports & Recreational Equipments2.0 9External Electrical, PHE, Development, Landscape, Fire Hydrant 5.0 10Total93.66 11Three Year Operating Cost15.00Salary of Staffs & Maintenance 12Margin Money for Working Capital1.34 Grand Total110.00 7.2 Means of Financing The project is financed by means of Contributions and donations 7.1 Project Cost
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