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Grameen GC Eye Hospital-01,Bogra


The flagship hospital of Grameen Health Care Services Ltd, Grameen GC Eye Hospital, Bogra, was established in 1st November, 2007. Today it is one of the most respected hospitals in the northern part of Bangladesh and is also amongst the most preferred destinations for both patients from several parts of northern part of Bangladesh, as well as for medical tourism and medical value travel. The hospital specializes in cutting-edge medical procedures. It has internationally trained doctors who are skillfully supported by dedicated patient-care personnel. It is one of the few hospitals in Bangladesh that have state of the art facilities for various eye health disorders. The two-storied hospital building with 10 beds has been constructed with the provision of expansion to a four-storied building that holds 100 beds in future.

 

 

Fact Sheet for Grameen GC Eye Hospita, Bogra

Services Grameen Gc Eye Hospital, Bogra

Performance of the Hospital

Grameen G.C. Eye Hospital, Bogra is using modern equipments and latest technology for identifying problems and treating eye patients. The Ophthalmologists, Ophthalmic Assistants and the hospital staff are experienced and trained from Arvind Eye Hospital, a renowned eye hospital and Post Graduate Institute of Ophthalmology in India. The Doctors have specialized training and expertise in performing cataract surgery by using Phaco emulsification machine. Arvind and SEVA have supported in this initiative of GHS through various means. During the period from Nov 01, 07 to September, 2011 Grameen G.C. Eye Hospital has provided services to 155,467 patients. Apart from that, another 40,692 patients have been treated with free of charge in the weekly eye camps organized in the villages of Bogra. Starting from December ’07, the hospital has successfully operated 7475 cataract patients. Out of these 360 extremely poor and helpless patients with cataract were provided with free service.

Information about beneficiary

District wise: The catchments area of Grameen GC Eye Hospital is 3.5 sq. km focusing on Bogra District but patients are coming from different districts. From the total services accepted patients 84% were from Bogra district, 3% from Joypurhat, 4% from Natore, 4 % from Naogoan. 4% from Gaibanda. 2% from Sirajgonj. 3% from others districts of Bangladesh.

Sex wise: Among the patients 49% was female and 51% was male. The age break up of female patients was 0-15 years 10% ,16-40 years old female patients was are 39%, 41-50 years old female patients was 20%, 51-60 years old female patients was 16% , 61-70 years old female patients was 11% , 71-80 years old female patients was 3% and above 80 years old female patients was 1%. The age break up of male patients was 0-15 years 12% ,16-40 years old male patients was are 39%, 41-50 years old male patients was 17%, 51-60 years old male patients was 14% , 61-70 years old male patients was 11 % , 71-80 years old male patients was 5% and above 80 years old male patients was 2%.

Age wise: The age break up of patients are 0-15 years 11% ,16-40 years old was are 39%,41-50 years old was19%, 51-60 years old was 15% , 61-70years old was 11% , 71-80 years old was 4% and above 80 years old was 1%.

 

Grameen GC Eye Hospital-02, Barisal


In May 2009, Grameen GC Eye Hospital, Barisal was established with internationally trained doctors who are skillfully supported by dedicated patient-care personnel. It is one of the few hospitals in the southern part of Bangladesh that have state of the art facilities for various eye health disorders.

Fact Sheet for Grameen GC Eye Hospital, Barisal

Services Grameen Gc Eye Hospital, Barisal

Performance of the Hospital

Grameen G.C. Eye Hospital, Barisal has trained Ophthalmologists, Ophthalmic Assistants and the hospital staff are experienced and trained from Arvind Eye Hospital, a renowned eye hospital and Post Graduate Institute of Ophthalmology in India. This hospital is also using modern equipments and latest technology for identifying problems and treating eye patients. The Doctors are specialized in performing cataract surgery by using Phaco emulsification machine. Arvind and SEVA have supported in this initiative of GHS through various means. During the period from May 01, 09 to September, 2011 Grameen G.C. Eye Hospital, Barisal has provided services to 74,932 patients. Apart from that, another 16,062 patients have been treated with free of charge in the weekly eye camps organized in the villages of Barisal. Starting from July ’07, the hospital has successfully operated 2,668 cataract patients. Out of these 170 extremely poor and helpless patients with cataract were provided with free service.


Information about beneficiary


1. District wise: Barisal is the southern districts of Bangladesh. The catchment area of Grameen GC Eye Hospital, Barisal is Barisal and Jhalokathi districts. But patients are coming from different districts. From the total services accepted patients 58% were from Barisal districts, 22% from Jhalokathi, 4% from Patuakhali, 4% from Pirojpur, 6% from Jessore, 3% from Borgona, 1% from Bhola, 2% from others districts of Bangladesh.

2.Sex wise: Among the patients 48 % was female and 52% was male. The age break up of female patients was 0-15 years 13% ,16-40 years old female patients was are 41%, 41-50 years old female patients was 18%, 51-60 years old female patients was 15% , 61-70 years old female patients was 9% , 71-80 years old female patients was 3% and above 80 years old female patients was 1%. The age break up of male patients was 0-15 years 14% ,16-40 years old male patients was are 38%, 41-50 years old male patients was 17%, 51-60 years old male patients was 13% , 61-70 years old male patients was 10% , 71-80 years old male patients was 6% and above 80 years old male patients was 2%.

3.Age wise: The age break up of patients are 0-15 years 14% ,16-40 years old was are 39%,41-50 years old was17%, 51-60 years old was 14% , 61-70years old was 10% , 71-80 years old was 5% and above 80 years old was 1%.

Grameen Veolia Water Limited

By the grace of Almighty, Bangladesh has got natural resources as abundant groundwater that is not too deep and therefore provides relatively easy access to water. Unfortunately, for geological reasons, almost all of the groundwater has been found to be contaminated with arsenic, at levels that make it a health hazard. Today, more than 30 million Bangladeshis are exposed to the often fatal consequences of chronic arsenic poisoning.


Grameen Health Care Services Ltd. (GHS) established “Grameen Veolia Water Limited" in joint participation with Veolia Water AMI French Company, world leader in water and wastewaters services in 2008 registered under companies Act, 1994 of Bangladesh in order to fight that problem.


According to the precepts of social business, whereby there are "neither losses nor dividends," this investment will be paid for by water charges levied on consumers, which in turn will enable similar projects to be started elsewhere. The equipment is manufactured locally on the basis of know-how transferred by Veolia Water.

Photo of GVW

The first plant in Goalmari has been treating surface river water and rendering it suitable for drinking and cooking, thereby complying with WHO standards. The current market consists of the 20 to 25,000 inhabitants of the village, 50 km east of Dhaka. The treated water is distributed via a system of storage reservoirs, standpipes; it is also delivered to the farthest-flung locations. All in all, 100,000 people in around 5 villages are projected to be served by this initiative, with the initial investment being 500 000 Euros. Grameen-Veolia Water Ltd.’s task will be to build and operate several water production and treatment plants in some of the poorest villages in the center and south of Bangladesh. This unique and exemplary partnership will bring people into the economic mainstream by providing an immediately operational and highly effective solution to a fundamental need.

 

 

Nursing College

 

During 2010 GHS and Grameen Healthcare Trust in collaboration with NIKE Foundation and Glasgow Caledonian University has established the first Grameen Nursing College called "Grameen Caledonian College of Nursing (GCCN)".   GHS planned to establish two more nursing college in near future.  The class of 1st batch student of GCCN was started on March 1, 2010 by admitting 40 girls among the Grameen Bank (GB) loan recipient families and the 2nd has just started their classes of pre- nursing.  Grameen Bank will provide loan for their education in the GCCN and  Grameen Kalyan (Grameen Wellbeing) another enterprise of Grameen will assure jobs for them immediately after their graduation if they willing to do through which they will be able to start paying their loan back immediately after completion of their nursing education. For details www.gcu.ac.uk/grameencaledonianpartnership/grameencaledoniancollegeofnursing


 

 

 

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