MEIL Sponsored a Oncology Building in NIMS, Hyderabad

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  1. Megha Engineering Infrastructures Ltd. which always stands in the forefront in social service activities has built an Oncology building in NIMS, Hyderabad with all modern amenities.
  2. The 18,000 sft building, housing cancer facility in NIMS, has been built at a cost of Rs. 5 crore.
  3. Started in June, 2017, the building works were completed in a year time with all facilities for cancer patients in place.
  4. The Oncology building has separate wards for men and women patients, paediatric ward, leukaemia ward exclusively meant for blood cancer patients. The facility has been provided with 50 beds designed exclusively for the comfort of patients.
  5. There are 5 beds in ICU, 12 beds for men, 10 beds for women, 11 beds for children, 12 beds in the leukaemia ward.
  6. To treat patients in highly critical condition, MEIL has set up Oncological Critical Care Unit (ICU) in the building premises.
  7. Normally patients undergoing cancer treatment cannot withstand heat and warm conditions. Keeping this in mind MEIL has equipped the Oncology building with central air-conditioned facility.
  8. MEIL ensured that the entire building has false ceiling with LED lights, CC cameras, electrical room and a bed lift to carry 20 patients at a time.
  9. The ICU is provided with oxygen and vacuum pressure facility and every two beds in wards have access to oxygen and vacuum facility.
  10. Doctors Room, Faculty Room, Store Room, Processing Room, Staff Rooms built in the facility makes it a full-fledged unit to deal with any kind of emergencies with regard to cancer patients.
  11. Oncology building that came up with all modern amenities in NIMS is on par with any corporate hospital and ready to serve the patients.
  12. MEIL has been carrying out social service activities since a long time. Earlier it launched an initiative called Bhojanamrutam in Niloufor Children Hospitals in Hyderabad. Under this initiative free mid-day meal was provided to attendants of children. The entire cost of free mid-meal scheme for attendants was borne by MEIL.
  13. Under Bhojanamrutam scheme 18,000 people were fed with lunch monthly.
  14. MEIL as part of its social service initiative distributed drawing books, coloured pencils to children being treated for cancer at MNJ Cancer Hospital in Hyderabad and also provided free mid-day meal to attendants of children.