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St Lukes Autumn 18

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Shubhro and Lis

Coffee Morning to raise funds for St. Luke’s on Saturday May 12th

A coffee morning is planned for this Saturday, May 12th, to raise funds for St. Luke’s Hospital in Hiranpur. All are welcome and bring your friends.
During the morning, Robert Glennie will do a presentation called “St. Luke’s then and now”
St Anne’s Church Hall, Forfar Rd, Coupar Angus. PH13 9 AN.
Saturday 12th may 10 am – 12 noon.
During the moring Robert Glennie will do his presentation – “St Luke’s then & now”.
The garden at Ardnashiel open 10 am – 4pm. See separate post.

St Luke’s Hospital Registration – good news indeed

The Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act, 2010 is an Act of the Parliament of India.

 It seeks to regulated all clinical establishments in India. 

The Act requires all clinical establishments to register themselves and provides a set of standard treatment guidelines for common diseases and conditions.

The CEA was adopted by many of the States in India, including Jharkhand back in 2012. But to date St Luke’s Hospital, one of the largest NGO’s in Jharkhand had never applied for registration.

The Malda Eye Institute, are keen to establish Eye Services at St Luke’s Hospital, and it was only in 2016, when we were investigating how to facilitate this, that we came to know SLH was not registered. 

Initially the application was turned down, but on 13th October a fresh application was filed so that we could legally have inpatient work going on here. And the registration came through on 19th January.

 Registration is something we require to do on an annual basis, but achieving this for the first time is always the biggest hurdle.