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Nirmaan planned to set up state-of-the-art ICUs to help poor people

With a vision to improve the medical facilities in government hospitals in the state, an NGO called the NIRMAAN has come forward to establish state-of-the-art ICUs district headquarters to facilitate the people in getting better treatment at local level in and around Hyderabad.

After setting up 10 bedded ICU at Government District Hospital Narayanpet only last month, the organization – also working to promote educational standard and infrastructure in government run schools, is now contemplating to establish a similar one in Vanasthalipuram Area Hospital, Rangareddy District.

Established in the year 2005 the NGO is squarely working on upgrading the educational standards in the schools running under the governments’ supervision. Besides routine social activities for marginalized sections of the society for almost 16 years and timely support to people affected with natural calamities like flood and pandemics, the NGO also has a plan to boost the therapeutic treatment facilities in government hospitals where most of the poor and middle class families approach to get treatment for seasonal and chronic ailments.

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Led by its CEO Mayur Patnala, this NGO has a presence in eight states such as Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa, Tamilnadu and Telangana. “With the support of our corporate partners and HYSEA (Hyderabad Software Enterprises Association), the NGO is envisaged to reach the people in need of a help to survive and sustain to synergize the society as a whole,” informed Mayur Patnala, Chief Executive Officer, NIRMAAN.

“We have planned to set up 10 bedded ICUs each in all the 33 districts of the Telangana state with estimated cost of Rs.30 lakhs for each unit. Every facility would have ventilators, consecrators, oxygen cylinders and beds with monitors to amplify the scope of therapeutic treatment in that particular hospital. Though we have already established one such ICU at Narayanpet in June this year, the organization has now decided to extend the same facility in Rangareddy district soon,” informed M.A.Waheed IFS (Retd.), Former Vice Chairman and Managing Director Telangana State Minority Finance Corporation (TSMFC), who is presently working as a Mission Director for ‘Nirmaan.’

“We will set-up ICUs in every district headquarter as per the framework and the strategies chalked out during the board directors meeting. The pandemic leaves behind a lesson for all of us and a message to the society as a whole that we need to put our shoulders to the wheel for a better society,” he asserted.