Multi Speciality Hospital

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 303
  • Published : October 12, 2011
Open Document
Text Preview
VARDAN MULTI SPECIALITY HOSPITAL

PROJECT REPORT
FOR

MULTI SPECIALITY HOSPITAL

VARDAN SEVA SANSTHAN Sector – 8, Raj Nagar, GHAZIABAD (UP) 201 002 Phone: - 0091-120-2822440, 2827440, 4130213 Email: - vardan1994@yahoo.co.in Web-site: www.vardan.org

VARDAN MULTI SPECIALITY HOSPITAL

1.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

NAME OF THE PROJECT NATURE OF HOSPITAL NUMBER OF BEDS PROMOTERS Land PLOT SIZE F.A.R. ALLOWED TOTAL BUILT AREA (Approx.) 1st Phase

: : : :

VARDAN MULTISPECIALITY HOSPITAL Multispeciality 222 ( In First Phase-120 Beds ) Vardan Seva Sansthan :6330 Sq.Yds.(Land has been Purchased)

:

2.5

:

45,800 Sq. Ft.

BUILDING COST (Approx.) 1st Phase

:

Rs. 420 Lacs Rs. In Lacs 420.00 80.00 50.00 300.00 30.00 40.00 10.00 930.00 Donations &Contributions

TOTAL PROJECT COST (1st Phase) Building Cost : Hospital Services : Hospital Furniture & Fabrication : Medical Equipment & Instruments : Preliminary & Pre-Operative : Contingencies : Margin Money : TOTAL MEANS OF FINANCING IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD 1st Phase of 120 beds : :

:

2 ½ years

VARDAN MULTI SPECIALITY HOSPITAL

2. 2.1 THE BACKGROUND:

HEALTH CARE – “An Overview”

Today, the city of Ghaziabad, with a population of over 25 lacs has become one of the most crowded cities in India. There is an exponential increase in environmental pollution and occupational health hazards due to rapid industrialisation. The food stuffs are largely adulterated, drinking water supply becoming scare and unsafe for consumption and lastly industries and automobiles have increased the atmospheric air pollution to an alarmingly unsafe levels. This has led to a steep fall in health standards of the people. There is a need for an early accurate diagnosis and proper treatment of diseases, especially after the growing awareness of sound health in the mind of the public. 2.2 HEALTH CARE SCENE – A COMPARISON:

Comparison between various developed and developing countries in respect of Hospital Bed to population Ratio, Infant Mortality, Expectancy of Life and Birth Rates etc., bring out the inadequacy of the health care in INDIA. Better and quality health care is to be made available to one and all by the Government and Private agencies. The ability of Government owned hospitals to render quality medical services to all has decreased because of the population growth. The bed to population ratio in India is 1: 1238 compared to 1:92 in Japan, 1:82 in USSR, 1:150 in USA and 1:350 in Sri Lanka. Joseph Bhore committee appointed by the Government of India to go into the various aspects of medical care in India and to suggest remedies, has recommended agencies in the Government and Private Sector to increase the bed to population ratio to at least 567:1000 2.3 NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY & PRIVATE HEALTH CARE:

National Health Policy of India was aiming to attain the goal of “Health For All” by 2000 AD, 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, religious institutions / philanthropists.

VARDAN MULTI SPECIALITY HOSPITAL

3. THE PROPOSED PROJECT 3.1 Brief Profile: NAME LOCATION OF THE PROJECT VARDAN MULTI SPECIALTY HOSPITAL VILLAGE: - GARHI DHARGAL, DELHI MEERUT ROAD, GHAZIABAD (OPP. GULDHAR)

PROMOTERS REGISTERED OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

VARDAN SEWA SANSTHAN 46, NEHRU APTT.,NEHRU NAGAR-III, GHAZIABAD SECTOR-8, RAJ NAGAR, GHAZIABAD, UP, INDIA PIN: - 201002 TEL: 0120 – 2822440, 2827440, 4130213 EMAIL: - VARDAN1994@YAHOO.CO.IN WEB: - WWW.VARDAN.ORG MULTI – SPECIALTY HOSPITAL CAPACITY – 222 BEDS PRIVATE REGISTERED CHARITABLE SOCIETY SERVICE

LINE OF ACTIVITY

SECTOR CONSTITUTION INDUSTRY

3.2 Covered Area: As per U.P. Government new directions...
tracking img