| Address and Activities of Seva Pratishthan Centre || |
Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratishthan, Seva Pratishthan
Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratishthan
99 Sarat Bose Road
Kolkata, West Bengal 700026
Phone : 033-2475 3636/37/38/39
Telefax : 033-2475 4351
Email : email@example.com
This institution, formerly known as Shishumangal Pratishthan,
was started on a modest scale in July 1932 as a maternity and child
welfare clinic. It gradually developed into a first-grade maternity
hospital and, since 1956, into a general hospital.
Activities of the Mission centre :
General hospital: This 600-bed hospital has medical, surgical,
paediatric, public health, dermatology, radiology, urology,
gynaecology, obstetrics, eye, ENT, orthopaedic, dental, family
welfare planning, and various other departments. It has three
laboratories, a blood bank, eleven up-to-date operation theatres,
eight anaesthesia workstations, a dialysis unit, a scanning unit,
six X-ray units, a phaco-emulsification unit, two image
intensifiers, an intensive care unit, an intensive coronary care
unit, an endoscopy unit, a whole-body Spiral CT scanning unit,
an MRI unit, an infusion fluids production unit, special clinics
for diabetes, psychiatry, neurology, physiotherapy, hearing and
speech therapy, immunization, etc, and an electric laundry plant.
This year the inpatient department had 21,976 admissions and
the outpatient department treated 3,81,283 cases including those
at Gangasagar Mela camp.
The school of nursing, recognized by the Central and the State
Nursing Councils, had 149 trainees. The college of nursing with
4-year BSc (Hons) nursing course, recognised by West Bengal
University of Health Science and the Indian Nursing Council,
had 96 (BSc) and 20 (Post Basic BSc) students.
The Vivekananda Institute of Medical Sciences (a postgraduate
medical college and research centre) affiliated to the University
of Calcutta and recognized by the Medical Council of India,
Indian Council of Medical Research and the University Grants
Commission, conducts the postgraduate courses (MD, MS and
DNB) as well as diploma courses in gynaecology and obstetrics
(DGO), child health (DCH), oto-rhino-laryngology (DLO),
ophthalmology (DO), anaesthesiology (DA): total 67 students.
The institute also runs the following courses recognized by West Bengal University of Health Sciences : degree course in Physiotherapy (BPT), Optometry (BOptom), Critical Care Technology (BCCT) and Operation Theatre Technology (BOPT) which had a total of 80 students, and diploma courses in radio diagnosis technique (DRD Tech) and medical laboratory technology (DMLT) which had a total of 35 students.
The community health service wing, through a mobile unit
working at Sarisha and Arapanch rural areas, served 41,039
patients during the year.
The institution has a nurses’ hostel, staff quarters, and two
libraries with 11,142 books and 30 periodicals.
Additional Photos of the Activities of the Centre:
Scientific seminars / conferences / workshops / CMEs
(Continuing Medical Education) were conducted (69
during the year).
Nurses Training Centre
Celebration & Inauguration
Mobile Medical Unit
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This information on Centre's activities is collected from
The General Report of Ramakrishna Math and
Ramakrishna Mission, April 2013.
(From April 2011 to March 2012)