ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL COVID CARE APPEAL | Milaap
ST. JOHN’S HOSPITAL COVID CARE APPEAL
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Rs.8,464,508
of Rs.15,000,000
653 supporters
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    St. Johns Medical College Alumni Association
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    ST. JOHNS HOSPITAL COVID CARE

    from Bengaluru, Karnataka

80G tax benefits for INR donations

Story

St. John’s Medical College Hospital has been at the forefront of the battle against COVID-19. Now more than a year after its onset, after seeing a brief lull, we are again battling the disease with renewed dedication. The surge in the numbers this year has called for extra-ordinary responses on multiple fronts and our staff have continued to work long hours, despite seeing many of their colleagues fall prey to the virus. It is the grace of the Almighty, that all but one of our staff have recovered after being infected.
We inaugurated a COVID Care Centre in August 2020, thanks largely to the donations from the Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives and Titan Company Limited. This Centre houses a 24-bed Intensive Care Unit, a 24-bed High Dependency and a 48-bed Isolation Unit.



Our stand-alone Fever Clinic was started at the beginning of the pandemic and continues to function everyday. To date, we have catered to almost 20,000 patients here and again after a brief downturn we are back to seeing more than 150 patients daily at this facility. Rapid Antigen Tests and RT-PCR tests are done here and the patients advised accordingly. We continue to provide Home Monitoring Services through Teleconsultation and a large number of patients have benefitted from this.
St. John’s Hospital has been mandated to provide a large proportion of our beds to the Government of Karnataka/ Bruhut Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike. These beds are rapidly expanding and very soon at least 900 of our hospital beds will be occupied by COVID-19 patients – 700 of these will be given to the Government.



St. John’s management and the Alumni Association are jointly working to raise funds to support the COVID work of the hospital.
The current immediate need is in three areas.

.The current immediate need is in these areas
1.       Oxygen support –
a.       Additional oxygen @ 8000cuM per day
b.       Special HFNC cannulas to provide high concentrations of oxygen
c.       Bedside oxygen concentrators – 10 litre capacity only – 25 machines
2.       PPEs – which include the full suit and N 95 mask                                          
3.       Food costs for patients and frontline workers
4.       Hand Sanitizer (200L/day)
5.       Pulse oximeters
6.       HFNC Unit
Break up of costs :

ItemUnit costs Rs. UnitsTotal
Daily oxygen supplementationRs. 20/ cuM8000cuM per day for 15 days2400000
HFNC unit2,80,00051400000
HFNC cannula – each piece2500100250000
PPEs500100005000000
Hand Sanitizer (200L/day)40,00010400000
Pulse oximeter400040160000
Food for patients and frontline workers220200004400000
Oxygen concentrators ( 10 litre)8000010800000
TOTAL  14810000


All donations in Indian Rupees (INR) will have tax exemption benefits under 80G.

Please contact any of the following for more details

Dr.  Maya Mascarenhas, President, St. Johns Medical College Alumni Association on 9448461306 or mayamyrada@gmail.com

Dr. Bobby Joseph, Vice Dean (Community Outreach) on 9900163821 or b.joseph@stjohns.in

THANK YOU, GOD BLESS AND STAY SAFE


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