“Kudos to the Doctors of Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital” -It is in fact proud to share with you all that Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital Doctors are successful in operating and treating a Black fungus infected patient by curing and discharging as well.
A 58-year-old lady with severe Sino Nasal Mucormycosis infection was admitted to the hospital on June 3rd, 2021. Our Doctors team Dr. Rajendra Dinesh Kumar (ENT-HNS), Dr. Mamatha N S ( RRDCH, Oral Maxillofacial Surgery), from surgical team Dr. Arjun, Dr Manoj, Dr Keerthi, Dr. Srikar, Dr. Sanjeev, from Anesthesia team Dr.Balakrishna N, Dr. Swathi, Dr. Priyanka D and from Pulmonologist team Dr. Vivek have contributed their great effort in making this operation successful. The patient was cured completely and discharged on June 18th, 2021.
The resolution to observe World Water Day was first adopted by the UN General Assembly on December 22, 1992, after which March 22 was declared as World Water Day and is celebrated around the world since 1993.
The Ordnance Factories’ Day is observed on 18th of March every year. The production of India’s oldest Ordnance Factory, which is at Cossipore of Kolkata, was started in 18th of March, 1802. The day is celebrated by displaying the rifles, guns, artillery, ammunition..etc in exhibitions all over India.
The National Vaccination Day, also called the National Immunization Day, is celebrated every year on March 16 to convey the importance of vaccination to the entire nation. The day was first observed in the year 1995, the year on which India started Pulse Polio Programme. This year, the National Vaccination Day is important as the country has started its biggest Covid-19 immunization programme early this year and has already crossed the 30 million mark.
The World Consumer Rights Day is celebrated every year on March 15. The day is observed to raise awareness about a consumer’s rights and needs to enable the consumer to fight against social injustices. The World Consumer Rights Day 2021 theme is to gather all the consumers in a fight to “Tackle Plastic Pollution”.
The World Kidney Day Steering Committee has declared 2021 the year of “Living Well with Kidney Disease”. This has been done in order to both increase education and awareness about effective symptom management and patient empowerment, with the ultimate goal of encouraging life participation.
The Department of Pediatrics, RRMCH had organised a “World Obesity day” on 04/03/2021 for children and their care takers at Paediatric OPD, RajaRajeswari Medical College and Hospital. The program commenced from 11:00 am. More than 70 people participated in the program. Among them were Pediatricians, Preventive and Social Medicine Staff, Post Graduates and also Under Graduates students.
Nearly 20 children with their care takers attended and got benefited from this Awareness Program. Dr.Adarsh E., HOD, Pediatric Department, RRMCH gave a welcome speech to the gathering.
The Program continued by a talk on “Etiology and complications of Pediatric obesity” by Dr. Sowjanya GT, Pediatric endocrinologist. Ms.Usha P., Dietician, gave a wonderful talk on “Healthy dietary habits and lifestyle” and also followed by talk on “Psychological aspects of obese children” by Ms. Latha Kumari C, Child psychologist. Dr Adarsh E. gave a descriptive talk on “Junk food”. The program concluded with valediction. Care takers and children were given immense knowledge regarding the importance of this year’s theme, “Obesity- act today”. Such awareness programs have helped in reinforcement for children and to modify the attitude towards the lifestyle to the care taker’s also.
Thanks and hearty congratulations to all Doctors, Nurses, Technicians, Attenders, BVG grp workers , Security, Food department , War Room , Insurance & MRD , Laboratory and Diagnostic departments, Virology lab, Pharmacy , Biomedical,Accomodation , Purchase department , Estate department, All committees – grievance , Physiotherapy, hostel wardens, Ambulance services, Drivers , Office staff , Mess, Civil Electrical Plumbing Manifold , Housekeeping ,Mortuary team
Great Support from Management and Administrators has made all of us reach this level
May we improve still to be the best
All have done very good work
Let’s continue the good work
“We are glade to announce that Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital has extended its services to Ex-Servicemen who come under Health Scheme Contribution by getting our Hospital empaneled with ECHS – Ex-serviceman Contribution Health Services”. Eligible patients can avail the services (Rules and Regulations are applicable).
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