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Sunday, March 10, 2013

CVTS Department Started at JRH

CVTS facilities  available for Railway Employees & their Families at JRH, Western Railway, Mumbai.

The most advanced unit  CVTS ( Cardio Vascular and Thoracic Surgery)  for treatment of heart related
 diseases has been started at Western Railway's Jagjivan Ram Hospital (JRH) on August22, 2012,  Mumbai Central.  According to Mr. Sharat Chandrayan, CPRO (Chief Public Relations Officer) of Western Railway this is the most advanced Digital Subraction Angiography cath lab in the country.

 The Good news is that,   Railway employees &  their families henceforth can  avail the best health facilities i.e complicated cardiac and peripheral vascular interventions now  can be carried out at JRH.

 Dr. H. M. Jain, CMD (Chief Medical Director), JRH   intimated that on the very first day four cardiac interventions were successfully done at JRH with  the assistance of  Dr. M.V. Reddy,  cardiologist of JRH. The first two surgeries of Coronary angioplasty and Coronary angiography were done by renowned Dr. B.K. Goyal  under the supervision CMD, JRH

Friday, April 17, 2009

Idea of different departments of the hospital building to patients or to their attendences.

Jagjivanram Hospital or JRH is a fifth floor building. Every floor consists of East, West, and South wing having individual department.

Ground floor has the main administration office in west ( i.e. establishment, telephone exchange, telemedicine, chief medical inspector, medical director, welfare inspector, chief office superintendent, reception counter etc), Casualty department and hospital canteen in south wing, Outdoor facility and outdoor doctor chambers and prescription counter and medicine counter are in east wing. Ultra sound room, X-ray & lift rooms are located in ground floor.

In first floor: operation theatre is spread over entire east and west side. And south side that is opposite of operation theatre , there are medical ICCU(ward no. 2), surgical ICCU(ward no.1), doctors’ library, Sr. DMO’s room and department of Nephrology.

In second floor: medical ward no. 5 and physiotherapy room are placed in east wing. Ward no. 6 is located in west wing. In south side, one would find Orthopedic department, sister duty room, ward no. 3 & 4 and nuclear medicine department.

In third floor: ward no. 7 is located in east side wing. Ward no. 8 & 9 situated in southern wing. Patients Cabins are situated in western side of the floor.

In fourth floor : one can find children play room & ward no. 12, 13 & 14(Eye & ENT) & room of DMO(PAED.) & room of Sr. DMO(ENT) at the southern wing of the floor. And in eastern part, ward no. 10 & room of Sr. DMO (Surgical). In western side - ward no. 11 & room of Sr. DMO (Medical).

In fifth floor : pathology department is located in the western wing. GE OPD, EEG room, consultation centres are situated in eastern part of the floor. Ward no. 15 & 16 and patients cabin no. 9 to 20 are found in the southern side of the floor.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Location or how to reach JRH in Mumbai.

Short name of Jagjivanram Hospital is JRH. It is an Western Railway’s Hospital. It is situated near Mumbai Central Railway Station. JHR or Jagjivanram Hospital is  located at a walking distance from Mumbai Central Station. Patients coming outside Mumbai may either got down at DADAR Rly Station, then catch local electric trains for Mumbai Central & Chargegate route to reach Mumbai Central Rly. Station or may go direct to CST Rly. Station, then may reach JRH by Taxi (approx. fare Rs. 40/-) and also by bus. If anyone coming from CST railway station must remember the name Jagjivanram Railway Hospital with landmark “Maratha Mandir”, otherwise some taxi driver may take to other  hospitals  instead of JRH hospital. Maratha Mandir as its name signify is not actually Temple but it is a Cinema hall. All new comer  to Jgjivanram hospital should remember name “Maratha Mandir”  as they should give reference of the name to identify the locality when going outside of JRH.  Name of Maratha Mandir is more familiar  among people than name of JRH or Jagjivanram hospital.