The Hospital : Departments
The Sevashrama runs a full-fledged hospital (popularly known to the public as Kaudia Hospital) with Out Patients Department (OPD), In-Patients Department and various diagnostic units.
OUT PATIENTS DEPARTMENT (O.P.D.)
A chamber at the OPD
The OPD offers Allopathic and Homoeopathic treatments on a regular basis. The Department functions on all days except Sundays and declared Holidays from 7.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Patients are charged a nominal Registration Fee of Rs. 10/- (valid for 15 days) and even this is waived on request in the case of very poor patients.
Specialties in various fields as under offer consultancy services in the OPD: (1) General Medicine - both Allopathy and Homoeopathy, (2) General Surgery, (3) Cardiology, (4) Chest & T.B., (5) Dental Surgery, (6) Dermatology, (7) E.N.T, (8) Gastroenterology, (9) Gynaecology, (10) Neurology, (11) Ophthalmology, (12) Orthopaedic, (13) Paediatric, (14)Plastic Surgery, (15) Psychiatry, and (16)Urology. Besides, services of Audiologist & Speech Therapist and Physiotherapist are also available in the OPD. A list of consultants is available in the OPD for the convenience of patients. Minor surgeries referred from the OPD are done in the Operation Theatres. With dispensing arrangements for both Allopathy and Homoeopathy, prescribed medicines and injections are given free as far as available in the Dispensary/Medical Stores.
IN PATIENTS DEPARTMENT
An Indoor Ward
It has a total of 230 beds of which 27 are Cabins with an extra cot and attached bathroom and 195 are General Ward Beds. There are separate Male and Female Wards both for medical and surgical cases.
The General Ward Patients are provided free bed, diet (food), medical and nursing services. The poor receive full/partial free treatment on request.
Surgery at the OT Complex
There are four Operation Theatres with special equipments. Almost all major surgeries including uro, neuro, paediatric, orthopaedic, plastic and laparoscopic surgeries are done. IOL and Phaco Eye Surgeries are also performed.
In recent times a High Dependency Unit (HDU) has been started. It has 8 beds with all latest patient-support equipment (4 ventilators and 2 Bi-pap) and has a round the clock dedicated team of doctors, nurses and paramedics to take good care of seriously ill patients. The charges for the HDU beds are very reasonable and even these are fully/partially waived on request in deserving cases.
5 beds in Dialysis Unit
The Digital X-Ray Unit
The Hospital has the following Diagnostic Units: (1) Radiology (with Digital X-Ray Unit), (2) ECG, (3) Echo Cardiography, (4) Endoscopy, (5) PFT, (6) Ultrasonography (7) Color Doppler and (8) Clinical and Pathological Laboratory with auto analyser and computer.
The well equipped Pathology Unit carries out tests under Haematology, Serology, Clinical Pathology and Biochemistry. On an average the Laboratory does 400 to 500 tests in a day.
The Pathology Section
All the diagnostic facilities are available at reasonable rates which the poor can afford while having quality services. These charges are also fully/partially waived in deserving cases.
Pharmacy to provide low cost medicines to patients
SPECIAL EYE CAMPS
Every year during January/February the Sevashrama conducts Free Eye Camps for the benefit of rural and poor patients. In these camps patients are examined for their eye problems and IOL Cataract Operations are done for around 300 people, free of cost.
Optical Section - for providing spectacles at subsidized rates to needy patients.