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March 23rd, 2013, 9:24 am Top
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Madurai Regional Cancer Centre yet to come up

MADURAI: The state government's announcement that a regional cancer centre (RCC) would be set up in Tirunelveli is expected to go a long way in addressing the healthcare needs of people in the rural hinterland of southern Tamil Nadu. Expectedly, the announcement has been welcomed by people from all walks of life. But the regional cancer centre announced for Madurai during the 2012-13 State budget is yet to see the light of the day.

A year after the announcement was made, the construction of the Madurai RCC has not yet commenced. Senior health officials are uncertain on the date of commencement of the cancer centre for which Rs 15 crore was estimated. However, doctors at the Government Rajaji Hospital (GRH) here say that the government has set the ball rolling and fund has been allotted for construction of the cancer centre.

"We have received the fund allocation. The Public Works Department has been entrusted with the job of coming out with a design proposal for the building. Once the design is ready and the specifications have been worked out, the tender process for construction would be initiated,'' said GRH dean N Mohan.

Initially, the Madurai RCC is scheduled to come up at the premises of Balarangapuram government hospital in a tentative area of 11,000 sqft. Madurai south MLA R Annamalai, under whose constituency Balarangapuram falls, sounded positive about the progress of the cancer centre. "The construction would commence soon,'' he said.

The dean said that of the allocated fund, Rs 3 crore has been earmarked for construction of a new building for the cancer centre, while Rs 10 crore would be spent towards buying specialised equipment for surgical, medical and radiation oncology.

Hundreds of patients from across southern Tamil Nadu, predominantly Madurai, Theni, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Nagercoil and Dindigul come to the GRH for specialised cancer treatment as it is the only one of its kind with specialities like medical oncology, surgical oncology and radiation oncology. The existing facilities for cancer treatment in GRH are grossly inadequate and are plagued by manpower shortage. Many patients are forced to undergo the ordeal of travelling all the way to Chennai for advanced treatment.

It is not just the cancer center, a synthetic hockey turf announced by the state government for Madurai during the last budget is also yet to be established.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/madurai/Madurai-Regional-Cancer-Centre-yet-to-come-up/articleshow/19138324.cms


^^ The location is really disturbing.

How will patients come to Balarengapuram?

I don't think the road is good enough for patients to come here.

Ideally this also should have gone to Thoppur only since there is ample space and approach infra is good but nobody should make a sound now. Already AIIMS gone and super specialty is swinging (or gone?). I hope by the time we get super specialty, the construction costs will still escalate ending up in just a G+2 or G+3 with name alone as "Super specialty block".

Its better to get something somewhere rather than ending up getting nothing.


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மதுரையில் ரூ. 150 கோடியில் கட்டப்படவுள்ள மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட சிறப்பு மருத்துவமனை பணியானது, வரும் 2 மாதங்களில் தொடங்கி 24 மாதங்களில் நிறைவு செய்யப்படவுள்ளது என மத்திய குடும்ப நலம் மற்றும் சுகாதாரத்துறை இணைச் செயலர் சந்தீப் கே.நாயக் கூறினார்.

மதுரை மருத்துவக் கல்லூரி மைதானத்தின் ஒரு பகுதியில், சுமார் 4 ஏக்கர் பரப்பளவில் அமையவுள்ள மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட சிறப்பு மருத்துவமனைக்கான இடத்தை செவ்வாய்க்கிழமை அவர் ஆய்வுமேற்கொண்டார்.

அதன்பின் நடந்த ஆலோசனைக் கூட்டத்துக்குப் பின்னர் செய்தியாளர்களிடம் அவர் கூறியதாவது:

மத்திய, மாநில அரசுகள் உதவியுடன் மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட இந்த மருத்துவமனை அமைய உள்ளது. அதற்கான நிதி ரூ. 125 கோடியை மத்திய அரசும், ரூ. 25 கோடியை மாநில அரசும் ஒதுக்கி உள்ளன. பிரதமரின் சுவஸ்திக் சுரக்க்ஷô யோஜனா திட்டத்தின் கீழ் இம்மருத்துவமனை அமைக்கப்படுகிறது.

வரும் 23 ஆம் தேதி மருத்துவமனை தொடக்கப் பணிகளுக்கான உயர்நிலை ஆலோசனைக் கூட்டம் நடைபெற உள்ளது. அதில் முதல்வர் பங்கேற்கவும் அழைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளார். அதில் மதுரையில் அமைய உள்ள மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட சிறப்பு மருத்துவமனை இறுதி வடிவம் பெறும்.

வரும் 2 மாதங்களில் மருத்துவமனைக்கான பணிகள் தொடங்கும். பின்னர் 24 மாதங்களில் பணிகள் நிறைவடைந்து மருத்துவமனை செயல்படும்.

சிறுநீரகம், நரம்பியல், இதயம், குடல்வால் மற்றும் புற்றுநோய் என குறிப்பிட்ட துறைகள் அறுவைச் சிகிச்சை பிரிவுடன் நவீன சாதனங்கள் அமைக்கப்பட்டு செயல்படும். புதிய மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட மருத்துமனையானது மேம்பாலம் மூலம் அண்ணா பஸ் நிலைய விரிவாக்கக் கட்டடத்துடன் இணைக்கப்படும்.

மதுரை பகுதி மக்கள் தீவிர சிகிச்சைக்கு சென்னை, பெங்களூரு சென்று வருகின்றனர். ஆகவே ஏழை, எளிய மக்கள் பயன்பெறும் வகையில் மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட மருத்துவமனை செயல்படும் என்றார்.

ஆய்வின்போது மாநில மருத்துவக் கல்வி இயக்குநர் டாக்டர் வம்சதாரா மற்றும் மதுரை அரசு மருத்துவமனை டீன் டாக்டர் என். மோகன், மருத்துவமனை மருத்துவக் கண்காணிப்பாளர் (பொறுப்பு) டாக்டர் வடிவேல்முருகன், நிலைய மருத்துவ அதிகாரிகள் டாக்டர் பிரகதீஸ்வரன், திருவாய்மொழிப்பெருமாள் உள்ளிட்டோர் இருந்தனர்.

மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட மருத்துவமனையின் மேல்தளத்தில் ஹெலிகாப்டர் இறங்கும் வசதியும் அமைக்கப்பட உள்ளதாக மருத்துவர் வட்டாரம் தெரிவித்தது.

அணுக்கதிர் வீச்சு உள்ளிட்ட பாதிப்புகளுக்கு சிகிச்சை அளிக்கும் வகையில், புதிய மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட மருத்துவமனை நவீன முறையில் அமைய உள்ளதாகவும் மருத்துவர்கள் கூறினர்.

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The proposed upgradation of the Government Rajaji Hospital (GRH) at a cost of Rs 150 crore would come up on the Madurai Medical College grounds. A high-level committee consisting of Sandeep K Nayak, Central joint secretary for health and Dr C Vamsadhara, director of medical education, Tamil Nadu government stated this after conducting an inspection at the site selected for the new building on Tuesday.


Nayak said construction work for the super speciality hospital would commence in September. Both the Central and state governments have already allocated their share of Rs 125 crore and Rs 25 crore respectively. The final clearance from Prime Minister Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) under which the upgradation is planned, is expected to be obtained by the end of July.

"The architectural plan for the upcoming building has been prepared and kept ready. The construction work for the building would be started from the month of September after obtaining the nod from PMSSY. Once the construction is started it would take 18 months for its completion. Six months after that, the hospital would start functioning," Nayak said.

"The hospital building is coming up on four acres of land. The site has been identified as the Madurai Medical College ground which has 11 acres in total. The hospital would serve the people from southern districts to get super speciality treatment without travelling to Chennai or Bangalore," Dr Vamsadhara, said. Of the allocated Rs 150 crore, Rs 90 crore would be spent on building construction alone. Another Rs 35 crore would be spent on medical equipment and the remaining Rs 15 crore would be spent on other expenses.

Dr N Mohan, dean, Madurai Medical College and GRH said, "Specialities including urology, nephrology, neuro surgery, gastroenterology, medical gastroenterology, surgical gastroenterology and micro surgery would be available in the new building. The required number of doctors, staff nurses and multipurpose hospital employees is being worked out. The required strength would be obtained from the government."

The four-storeyed building will meet the green rating for integrated habitat assessment (GRIHA). Solar panels would be installed on the building to meet the power requirement for hot water and lighting the premises. Three or four star rating is expected from GRIHA, said Srhreekar, an architect who worked on the hospital design. A 300-ft length bridge connecting the existing GRH's extension building near Anna bus stand and the upcoming hospital would also be constructed. The bridge on the second floor would help transporting critical patients to intensive care unit and operation theatre in the new building, he added.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 112869.cms


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A multi-speciality hospital will be established in Madurai at an outlay of about Rs.150 crore to be sanctioned by the Central and State Governments.

The new healthcare institution, which is described as an “upgraded hospital”, is likely to come up at Madurai Medical College Ground in the city.

Sandeep K.Naik, Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, on Tuesday held talks with officials of the Government Rajaji Hospital (GRH) here and discussed the infrastructure facilities to be provided in the new hospital.

According to officials, Mr.Naik had indicated that of the total fund requirement of Rs.150 crore, the Centre would provide Rs.124 crore and the remaining amount would be borne by the State. The upcoming facility would have well-equipped neurology, urology, cancer and cardiology wings, they said.

As the Ministry was looking for a four-acre site, the GRH authorities showed the Madurai Medical College Ground to Mr.Naik in view of its easy accessibility.

The project is expected to take off in two months and construction work will be completed in two years. Mr.Naik said the Centre would have consultations with Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa in this regard.

Once the new facility is ready, it will function in tandem with the Trauma Care Centre of the GRH which is situated close by. The Joint Secretary had a meeting with the Heads of Departments of various specialities to chalk out a strategy on how to make it highly beneficial to the people of the southern districts. He also had a meeting with C.Vamsadhara, Director of Medical Education.

N.Mohan, Dean, GRH, A.Pragadeeswaran, Resident Medical Officer, and senior doctors from various departments participated in the meetings.
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Lakshmana Hospital, a hospital by a Madurai based doctor.

Location : Tiruparankundram road, Madurai.

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Another Madurai based doctor's hospital by name 'Guru hospital' is functioning in Ring road near Uthangudi, opposite to Ilandhaikulam ELCOT.


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Already so many announcement with respect to

specialty cancer hospital
specialty maternity hospital
AIIMS type hospital

came and nothing moved.

Indha lantchanathil idhu onnu thaan bakhi.


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Healthcare facilities at the Government Rajaji Hospital (GRH) here got a boost on Sunday with the inauguration of an improved neo-natal intensive care unit, burns ward and an exclusive wing for master medical check-up among other facilities.

Dean N. Mohan said that ventilators, incubators and other equipment for post-delivery care had been installed at the improved neo-natal intensive care unit at a cost of Rs. 1.30 crore. Highlighting the other facilities, he said that the plastic surgery department had been renovated at a cost of Rs. 11 lakh and the ophthalmology department had been provided with a world-class screening equipment at a cost of Rs. 16 lakh.

State Health Minister C. Vijaya Basker, who inaugurated the new facilities, said that the Government Hospitals across the State had been allotted Rs.418 crore under the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Health Scheme of which hospitals in Chennai had been allotted more than Rs. 65 crore.

“Nearly, 5.45 lakh people across the State have benefited from the Comprehensive Health Scheme of which 2.8 lakh people have availed of the benefits of the scheme in public hospitals”, he said. “The GRH has availed of Rs. 27 crore as part of the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Health Scheme. Work on a new post mortem centre at the cost of Rs. 1.3 crore will soon begin”, he added.

Mayor V.V. Rajan Chellappa and Collector L. Subramanian were present at the event held on the sidelines of the inauguration.

Among the other facilities inaugurated, the nephrology department has been renovated at a cost of Rs. 9 lakh and the ENT department refurbished with new beds and floor tiles laid at an estimate of Rs. 3 lakh. A proposal for a new surgical block at a cost of Rs. 5 crore was submitted to the Minister.

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now a days no news about big hospital projects announced for Madurai and instead we find something like the above one. Yaani Pasikku chola pori


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Madurai GRH annexe finally becomes functional


The hospital has a total of 310 patients admitted to various wards

Almost two years after it was inaugurated, the trauma care wing of Government Rajaji Hospital (GRH) here became fully functional on Monday.

The Rs.29-crore building constructed for accident emergencies, head injuries and casualty cases started operating with the casualty, head injury, neuro trauma and general surgery trauma wards on the occasion of the 66th birthday of Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.

The trauma care building – also known as GRH annexe – has a total of 420 beds, of which 300 are dedicated to the orthopaedic ward, 60 for neuro trauma and general trauma ward each, said B. Santha Kumar, Dean, GRH.

“The annexe building is designed in such a manner that the X-ray, CT-Scan and central laboratory facilities are situated in close proximity. It will enable the patients to save time in shuttling between the centres for taking various medical tests,” he added.

In January 2012, the new wing began admitting patients, who had undergone surgeries or other similar procedures at the GRH orthopaedics department, for post-operative care.

According to the hospital authorities, the casualty ward and the head injury ward are situated on the ground and first floor of the building.

Operation theatres

There are seven operation theatres in the new facility that will handle emergency and trauma cases, and also cases pertaining to orthopaedics.

Presently, the hospital has a total of 310 patients admitted to various wards.

On the liquefied oxygen plant, the Dean said,

“At present, 20 D-type cylinders are being consumed every day here. The liquefied oxygen plant would soon be installed. Once it is set up, the plant would ensure uninterrupted oxygen supply to various wards.”


http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Madurai/madurai-grh-annexe-finally-becomes-functional/article5725205.ece

Due to petty politics and insufficient allotment of funds for equipment it took full 2 years to inaugurate the annexe. These politicians should be punished


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மதுரையில் ரூ.150 கோடியில் ஸ்பெஷாலிட்டி மருத்துவமனை: 4 ஏக்கர் நிலம் மத்திய அரசு நிறுவனத்திடம் ஒப்படைப்பு

மதுரையில் அமையவுள்ள ரூ.150 கோடியிலான சூப்பர் ஸ்பெஷாலிட்டி மருத்துவமனை கட்டப்படவுள்ள 4.4 ஏக்கர் நிலம் மத்திய அரசின் கட்டுமான நிறுவனத்திடம் முறைப்படி திங்கள்கிழமை ஒப்படைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. இதையடுத்து ஓரிரு வாரங்களில் கட்டடப்பணிகள் தொடங்கவுள்ளன.

மதுரையில் மருத்துவக் கல்லூரி மைதானத்தின் ஒரு பகுதியில் ரூ.150 கோடியில் 4.4 ஏக்கர் பரப்பளவில் சூப்பர் ஸ்பெஷாலிட்டி மருத்துவமனை கட்டப்படவுள்ளது. மத்திய அரசு ரூ.125 கோடியும், மாநில அரசு ரூ.25 கோடியும் இதற்கு நிதி அளிக்கின்றன. நரம்பியல் உள்ளிட்ட 6 துறைகள் இதில் அமையவுள்ளன. தற்போதைய அண்ணா பஸ் நிலையத்தில் அமைந்துள்ள அரசு மருத்துவமனை விரிவாக்கக் கட்டடத்துடன் (அதிதீவிர சிகிச்சைப் பிரிவு) பாலம் மூலம் ஸ்பெஷாலிட்டி மருத்துவமனை இணைக்கப்படுகிறது.

மருத்துவமனைக்கான இடம் மத்திய அரசின் கட்டுமான கழக நிறுவனத்திடம் முறைப்படி திங்கள்கிழமை ஒப்படைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. இதையடுத்து கட்டுமானப் பணிகளுக்கான பொருள்களைக் கொண்டு செல்வதற்குரிய வழியை ஏற்படுத்திட சுமார் 6 மீட்டர் அளவுக்கு பனகல்சாலையோரம் உள்ள மாநகராட்சி கால்வாயை மூடவேண்டியுள்ளது. இதற்கு அனுமதி கோரி மதுரை அரசு மருத்துவமனை டீன் டாக்டர் பி.சாந்தகுமார் மாநகராட்சிக்கு கடிதம் எழுதியுள்ளார்.

மேலும், கட்டுமானப் பொருள்களை வைக்கவும், கட்டுமானப் பணிகள் நடந்தால் தேவைப்படும் மின்சாரத்துக்கும் உரிய அனுமதி கோரியும் மருத்துவமனை நிர்வாகத் தரப்பில் கடிதம் எழுதப்பட்டுள்ளது.

அதனடிப்படையில் 5 கிலோவாட் அளவு தாற்காலிக மின்சார இணைப்பு கோரப்பட்டுள்ளது.

தாற்காலிக மின் இணைப்புக் கிடைக்கும் நிலையில், சூப்பர் ஸ்பெஷாலிட்டி மருத்துவமனை கட்டடப் பணிகள் வரும் மார்ச் முதல் வாரத்துக்குள் தொடங்கப்படும் என்றும், 18 மாதங்களில் பணிகள் முடிக்கப்படவுள்ளதாகவும் மருத்துவமனை வட்டாரங்கள் தெரிவித்தன.

மருத்துவமனையானது ஹெலிகாப்டர் இறங்குதளம், நவீன ஆய்வுக்கூடம், கருத்தரங்கக்கூடம் உள்ளிட்ட பல்வேறு ஸ்பெஷாலிட்டி வசதிகளுடன் கூடியதாக அமையவுள்ளது குறிப்பிடத்தக்கது.

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Instead of constructing the campus in Austin patti where Rajaji Hospital allotted more than 100 acres for this project JJ's petty politics have delayed the project and ending up in a small area leaving no scope for further expansion in future

Also I am not sure whether really work is going to start r it is just another election stunt


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Yes indeed it seems to be an election gimmick just to mine the votes. otherwise why would this regime announce about the Super speciality hospital at this juncture, when election fever is at its peak. Maduraiites will never forgive or forget about this JJ Goverment's dilly dallying techniques , ridden with narrow politics , in identifying , the proposed site for this project.
If at all they play or sport, the medicos too would be deprived of open space. Rather , the site at Austinpatti/ Thoppur would have been ideal and beneficial to Madurai.


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^^ This is medical college ground is most crowded during summer vacations ,weekends by school, college students for cricket ,football & I too enjoyed playing there.

My question is
1. Is the conversion of the playground is in accordance with medical college rules . Has students gave go-ahead ? Because recreation is must especially for our future doctors .?

2.Is the govt overconfident of medical tourism in madurai without specifying any policy . ? Are they Considering panagal road from GH to Arvind Hospital stretch as a Healthcare one ,so that SG can spend less funds to build some more cramped buildings in near future ..?

3.The other most important thing is traffic control . I think our long demand of relocating electric poles in Panagal road is still pending .Also city infra specialists stressed that Madurai needs to grow outwardly after city limits . Adding more & more in this high traffic density route will hamper our development in the long run ...

If any of my info is wrong ,friends can correct the same ...


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Rajaji hospital has more than 500 acres of land at its disposal in Austin patti. They already run for more than 3 decades few sections such as T.B etc from there. They allotted 100 acres for this AIIMS type hospital. Had it come up there, it would have been good because further expansion possible. Patients from nearby districts can raw without entering Madurai city which is already congested. Because the location was selected by DMK, JJ wanted to spoil the whole plan. End result it is likely to come up in a cramped location.


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As our friend has rightly pointed out , Madurai needs to expand outwards in all the four directions and the City Town planners should proceed with permitting buildings with thought and vision about the future. It's a common knowledge that , had plenty of industries, enterprises , manufacturing centres come up here, commensurate with Madurai's stature , then our city city would have grown by leaps and bounds and the city limit itself would have expanded far away. we might have had sprawling suburbs. We may have to catch up atleast now, to make the outskirts of Madurai as growth centres, providing employment to many, generating good revenue to the Government's coffers , bringing prosperity . Remember, the stagnation and inactivity, in growth and development of Madurai is exclusively due to the Government's reluctance and disinterest. We need a catalyst to set forth the action. Let us hope to see in the near future.


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