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AMGH Hospital

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Beginnings

The AMGH ( commissioned in April 2007) with a bed strength of 40 beds (34 of these beds are in the general ward category), is currently the only functioning unit of the DHS, conducts regular outpatient clinics in Family Medicine, Pediatrics, General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, ENT Surgery, Ophthalmology, Orthopedic Surgery, Plastic-Reconstructive-Hand Surgery, Andrology and Urology, General Dental Surgery, Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Clinical Neuropsychology. Complementary departments include Anesthesiology, Pathology, Radiology, Ultrasonography and a Physiotherapy department.

The Day Care Ward facility provides an excellent option for patients requiring day care admissions or surgery, and is proving to be a facility that is utilised by both physicians and patients, particularly in view of the affordability and accessibility.

A modern clinical Pathology Laboratory along with the Radiology and Ultrasonology deparment support the bulk of investigations ordered by our doctors.  The pathology lab undertakes diagnostic evaluation of haematology, biochemistry, microbiology values in addition to Histo-Pathological and Cytology studies.

Regular IN-Patient services are being provided under the various specialties and are proving to be increasingly popular both with the patients (private ward occupants and paying category) and physicians alike in view of the facilities available, the standardisation of the charges – costs involved and the affordability – economics involved .

It is particularly relevant to reiterate that all the policies at the Dhanvanthri Hospital Society are economic factor driven and patient centric, without any compromise on quality or quantity in order to maximise the benefit to all concerned – the patient, the doctors and the institution.

Dhanavanthri Hospital Society

The DHS is led by Mr. Rajan Viswanath President, with, Dr. S. Sudhakar- (a Renal Transplant Surgeon at Columbia Asia Hospital ) as the Honorary Secretary, Dr. B.A. Anantharam –(a Plastic Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon, Past President of the “Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand”), as the Director of Medical Services and Chairman of the Governing Council of the AMGH, Dr.CM Balakrishnan (a senior Consultant and Leading Pediartician and a former Head –Pediatrics at St. Martha’s Hospital) –as Joint Honorary Secretary , Dr. VB Vijayaraghavan, Veterinarian – Quality Control officer for Deep Freezing Bovine Semen and in-vitro fertilization , GOI and GOK] , as Honorary Treasurer, and Dr. S. Geethanjali,- (a leading Histo-pathologist and former Head of Pathology at St .Martha’s Hospital) as Honorary Assistant Secretary. The larger Managing Committee of 10 elected members and 15 co-opted members meets regularly to evolve the strategies and planning for the progress. A Governing Council (for AMGH) with representatives of the DHS and the RB BP Annasawmy Mudaliar Public Charities serves to determine policies and also as an advisory body.

Specific funding /sponsorships have been resourced and continue to be required for a) Equipment– inclusion and up-gradation, particularly for the 3rdfloor OTs; b) running subsidies and c) patient care subsidies and sponsorships.

Specific funding /sponsorships have been resourced and continue to be required for a) Equipment– inclusion and up-gradation, particularly for the 3rdfloor OTs; b) running subsidies and c) patient care subsidies and sponsorships.
It is particularly relevant to reiterate that all the policies at the Dhanvanthri Hospital Society are economic factor driven and patient centric, without any compromise on quality or quantity in order to maximise the benefit to all concerned – the patient, the doctors and the institution.

It is the vision of the DHS and the AMGH that this hospital will establish itself as a new paradigm in the provision of health care particularly to the marginalised through accessible, affordable, available, accountable and ethical practices.

The DHS is registered under section 12-A of the IT Act 1961, and also under section 80G of the IT act.
Registration under FCR Act 2010 has also been accorded with the Ministry of the Home Affairs, Government of India to enable receipt of Foreign contributions