Dhulikhel Hospital 1997-1999
December 09, 1996: Inaugurated by their Majesties, the King and Queen of Nepal.
January, 1998: Licensed as 50 bed hospital by His Majesty's Government-Ministry of Health Inspection Team.
1998(July): Outpatients-31,004: Admissions-2,830: Surgeries-539(Major/Minor)
OutPatiend Clinics, including Maternal and Child Health, Family Planning, and Immunization Program.
- Emergency Room
- Ambulance Services
- In-Patient Care Unit
- Operating Theatres
- Community Health Education
Diagnostic: Laboratory, Radiology, Echo & Electrocardiography, Ultrasound, Endoscopy
Therapeutic: Pharmacy, Day Surgeries & procedures.
- Environments: Solar heating system; Bio-Waste Water Treatment (Reed Bed system).
- Primary Health Care: Village Community Outreach programmes at Baluwa, Dhading and Bolde Phediche.
- Human Resources Development:
- Venue for students clinical practice training experience- Medical, Community Medical Assistant, Auxilliary Nurse Midwife, and Laboratory Technicians.
- In-House Training for Traditional Birth Attendants.
- Dhulikhel Medical Institute. In collaboration with Kathmandu University, trains staff nurses, physician assistants, and laboratory technicians.
- KUPS: International Baccalaureate granting school, K-12, in collaboration with Kathmandu University.
- Volunteers: JOCV. Doctor Anaesthetist - training nurses in charge of care areas.
- Pharmacist - training in-house pharmacist: production of solutions & ointments.
- Group Medical Health Insurance Coverage: 1500 members.
Buildings: Main hospital building, Garage, Guard house and public toilet.
Kitchen facility for staff, patients and their families.
Laundry. Industrial washing machines, dryer and ironing machines.
In progress: On call staff quarters.
Water Supply: 2 - 20 thousand liters tank (hospital)
1-70 thousand liters tank (off site)
50-60 thousand liters intake from city supply, under construction.
Power Supply: 70KW Generator.
Dhulikhel Hospital, together with the community and Kathmandu University will work towards creating the Municipality of Dhulikhel, through its initiatives, as Nepal's model community in the pursuit of excellence in the Environment, in Education and in Health.
- Human Resources Development. Clinical and Management trainin
- Building of Patient/family hostel; Staff Quarters; Incinerator; Morgue.
- Construction of hospital boundary wall.
- Installation of solar heating water system throughout building.
- Implementation of Radio Communication Link System.
- Installation of Air Filter and Air Conditioner in OT Block.
- Increase Diagnostic capability.
- Building extension and expansion to 200 bed teaching hospital
Updated on September, 1999
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