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SRI NARAYANI HOSPITAL
& RESEARCH CENTRE
Camp Details - April 2006

Service to all living beings is one of the main goals of the Divine Mother Sri Sakthi Amma, the Incarnation of Sri Narayani. Through the various camps initiated and conducted by the Community Health Department of Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre, various forms of medical assistance reach those in need. The following camps were conducted during the month of April, 2006.

 
 

Purpose and Necessity

Most people living in the villages around Thirumalaikodi are less privileged and cannot afford the most basic form of health care. Due to this fact, there is also a lack of health awareness and this is the main cause for the high prevalence of many kinds of ailments. The camps are conducted specifically to reach these people in the remote areas. Many have difficulty in reaching the hospital, so the hospital staff goes to their doorsteps.

Camp 1 – Pediatric Hepatitis ’B’ Vaccinations

On Sunday April 2nd 2006, the Community Health Department of Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre conducted a Pediatric Camp to administer Hepatitis ‘B’ vaccinations to the children of Sathuvachari, a hamlet 15 km away from the Peedam.

Hepatitis ‘B’

Hepatitis is a dreaded disease which is not curable but can be prevented by the Hepatitis B vaccination. After being examined and given the Hepatitis vaccinations, charts are maintained for each child to monitor the growth and nourishment of the child.

A Hepatitis ‘B’ vaccination normally costs Rs.600/- per dose and the less privileged consider it a blessing to receive it free of charge. In this camp 71 children received the vaccination to prevent Hepatitis B.

Camp 2 – Ortho Camp

On Tuesday April 4th, 2006, the Ortho Camp was conducted at the Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre.

Dr. Prakash, our specialist in Orthopaedics headed the team which included Dr. A. K. Sathish Kumar, our Physiotherapist and Dietitian Ms. Jayanthi. A total of 192 patients registered for a physical examination and checkups by Dr. Prakash. Physiotherapy Assessments were done by Dr. A. K. Satish Kumar and counseling on the diet was given by Ms. Jayanthi. Medicines were given free of charge.

 

Camp 3 – Antenatal Clinic

On Thursday April 6th, 2006, an Antenatal clinic was conducted at the adopted block in the village of Annaicut.

Most pregnant women in the rural areas find it difficult to travel to the hospital and more so to express their problems. If they go to the hospital for consultation and treatment, they would have to pay a registration fee of Rs.20/- ; so they stay at home and do not get the antenatal care they need which results in complications. To help solve this situation the antenatal clinic team goes to the homes of these people and gives consultation and drugs free of charge.

A total of 50 women registered for the physical examination and checkups which was done by Mrs. Clara Kumar and Gynaecologist. Calcium and FST tablets were given free of charge.

 

 

Camp 4 – Under Five Clinic

On Tuesday April, 11th, 2006 an Under Five Clinic was conducted in the villages of Sekanoor and Bhudur.

As per a survey conducted most of the children under 5 years of age are found to be under nourished and have not been vaccinated against preventable diseases. Through the outreach programs children receive the necessary vaccinations to prevent diseases. Charts are maintained for each child to monitor their growth and nourishment. The child’s immunization history is maintained and immunization is continued through these outreach clinics. Vitamins and medicines are also distributed free of charge. A total of 67 children registered for the physical examination and checkups by Dr. Srinivasa Prasad.

Camp 5 – Antenatal Clinic

An Antenatal clinic was conducted on Thursday April 13th, 2006 in the villages of Sekanoor and Elavambadi. Dr. Anitha and the team registered 26 women for physical examination and checkups at the clinic. Calcium and FST tablets were distributed free of charge.

Camp 6 – General Medical Camp

On Saturday April 15th, 2006 a General Medical Camp conducted at Vasanthapuram. The President and Councilor of Vasanthapuram participated in the camp. A total of 272 people registered for a physical examination and checkup by Dr. Anitha and Dr. Ramesh Babu.

Camp 7 – Gynaecology Camp

An Antenatal/Gynaecology camp was conducted on Friday April 19th, 2006 at our hospital. Dr. Malathy MBBS., DGO, Dr. Franco Benidict MD (OG) Gynaecologist attended to the 64 cases who came to the camp.

Camp 8 – Antenatal Clinic

On Thursday April, 20th, 2006 an Antenatal Clinic camp was conducted at the Anaicut block, M. V. Palayam to Eripudur village. A total of 24 women registered for a physical examination and checkup by Mrs. Clara Kumar and the Community Health team. Calcium and F.S.T tablets 460 each were distributed free of charge to the women.

 

Camp 9 – Hepatitis ’B’ Vaccinations

A Hepatitis’B’ Vaccination camp was conducted on Saturday April, 22nd 2006 at Sathuvachari. A total of 84 children received the doses of the Hepatitis B vaccinations. Four vials of Hepatitis ‘B’ were given to the children. The villagers were very happy to receive this medical service from the Community Health team.

Camp 10 – Dental Camp

On Sunday April 23rd, 2006 a Dental camp was conducted at the Sri Narayani Clinic in Vallalar. A total of 67 patients registered for the physical examination and checkups by Dr. Surendra Babu and Dr. Saravana. Medicines were distributed free of charge to the patients.

Camp 11 – Under Five Clinic

On Tuesday April 25th, 2006 an Under Five Clinic camp was conducted. A total of 58 children were treated by Dr. Srinivasa Prasad at this camp.

Camp 12 – Hepatitis ’B’ Vaccinations

A Hepatitis 'B’ Vaccination camp conducted on Saturday April, 29th, 2006 in Sathuvachari, A total of 46 people received doses of the vaccination.

 


 
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