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TTD looks to improve charitable work, seeks donors

TTD looks to improve charitable work, seeks donors

To make the Balaji Institute of Research, Rehabilitation and Surgery for the Disabled (BIRRD) financially self reliant, its charitable activities need to be promoted and propagated among the donors in a big way, strongly opined, TTD Trust Board and the BIRRD Trust Board Committee Chariperson  P Sudhakar Yadav.

A review meeting on the activities of BIRRD was held in the hospital conference hall on Saturday evening. The committee discussed in detail on the various activities of BIRRD including the treatment, artificial limb making system, services, tender floating process, service rules and other business rules that are being followed in the Hospital.

The Chairman said, BIRRD happens to be Asia’s biggest Ortho care centre, treating the needy free of cost in the case of BPL and at minimal charges for APL. The hospital has to become self-reliant and for this wide publicity is needed. The donors who are contributing to other trusts should be enlightened on BIRRD activities also”, he added.

He said, at present 10 patients are undergoing treatment under the NTR Vaidya Seva services and will be enhanced further. The board will also look in to the proposal of treating patients who are getting admitted under Telangana Arogyasri Scheme in the ensuing board meeting, he added.

Members including TTD EO Anil Kumar Singhal,  S Venkata Veeraiah,  C Ramachandra Reddy, FACAO  O Balaji, CAO  Raviprasadudu were also present.

Later the TTD EO  Anil Kumar Singhal directed the Director BIRRD Dr G Jagdeesh to come out with specific services rules.

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