CMCH ropes in 4 NGOs to provide meals to attenders of in-patients
| Sunday | 24th March, 2019
“Some NGOs have come forward to provide food for some patients and attenders.
Coimbatore: The Coimbatore Medical College Hospital is in talks with four NGOs to provide food for attenders of in-patients.The hospital issues an identity card-cum pass for attenders when a patient is admitted.
It is also inconvenient because they have to leave the hospital premises for the purpose,” hospital dean B Ashokan said.
“We first want to check their experience and financial capability to see if they can consistently provide good quality food for three months, whether it is one meal, two meals or three meals,” said Ashokan.
Many of the patients come from outside the district and require hospitalization, which sometimes runs into several weeks.
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