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July 9th, 2009

Using Live Writer

Just started using Liver writer. wonder how it will go.

June 18th, 2009

Summer is here

Summer season is upon us, with the influx of tourists, local and foreign. Combine this with the usual rush of patients and have the makings of a very busy OPD and full wards.

Philip is currently away, in Bangalore, and Dr. Nitin Peters surgeon from CMC Ludhiana is covering for a while.

Stay tuned for updates in the future.

August 25th, 2009

Jubilee celebrations

Jubilee retreat

A Jubilee retreat was held with Dr. K.O John from Oddanchatram leading it. He helped us consider our work and service from a Biblical perspective, one that we hope will guide us into the years ahead. We will need to look at our plans for the future in this light.

Ambulance service

We hope to initiate the first ventilated ambulance service in Himachal, a venture that will allow us to transfer ventilated patients safely to tertiary hospitals in Chandigarh and Ludhiana. This will be a first for this region. The ambulance is currently being fitted out and should be in Manali in early April.

April 27th, 2010

Thanksgiving service

The hospital met for a thanksgiving service on 17th of April. Staff from all departments participated in songs, reading, skits and offering of praise and thanks for all that God has done for us in the years gone by.

We want to start the Jubilee with this attitude of constant thanks. Thanksgiving is a heart attitude and we want to hold it up always in gratitude for all the He has been to us.

March 14th, 2006

Diplomate Of the National Board in Rural Surgery

The Diplomate of Rural Surgery is a pilot project of the National Board.

Five hospitals have been selected to start this programme. Lady Willingdon Hospital is one of them.

The first candidate for the programme started his course in January 2007. The candidate will spend time between a nodal hospital and Manali. The nodal hospital will be Padhar hospital in Madhya Pradesh.

June 14th, 2007

Inauguration of new dental chairs

The much awaited dental chairs finally arrived to replace the older ones, which were on their last legs. We are very grateful to Ms. Sayal, and the church in Muscat, and to the Rotary club in Banglore, who continue to bless and support us.

Dr. Ghorpade, eminent maxillofacial surgeon and his wife Ms. Shashi were here to inuagurate the new dental chair on the 9th of June 2007. The department was spruced up and it was a real treat to see the spanking new chairs gleaming in the morning light on the day of the inuaguration. Dr. Christopher had said a word of prayer committing these facilities.

The first patient on the new chair was Menika, a 8 year old girl who need a root canal treatment on her 1st molar because of gross caries.

The new intra oral camera has enhanced the patients appreciation of their own personal dental hygiene.

Thank you all our friends and well wishers.

June 14th, 2007

Dental Clinic

History: The dental department was established in 1996, thanks to the efforts of the Rotary Club of Bangalore, Singapore and USA.

August 3rd, 2006

Current events Jibhi clinic

Jibhi

Things are all happening in Jibhi Community Health Action Initiative

September 24th, 2006

Dr. Betty Cowan, OBE, 1917-2006

Funeral Prayer of Thanksgiving for Dr Betty Cowan

Born 10th May, 1917 / Died 10th September, 2006

May 17th, 2009

Incontinent for three years

A lady had come to us from Nepal, brought by her husband, complaining of leaking urine constantly for three years following the delivery of a stillborn baby.

On examination the posterior wall of her bladder was found non existant, and a huge vesicovaginal fistula was demonstrated. There was no bladder wall or even adequate urethra to consider a repair. She was anemic and infected. She was built up for surgery. A continent ileal conduit pouch was constructed from her bowel. She tolerated the procedure well and is now continent, with a urostomy that is is intubatable. We also were able to treat her and give her concession on her bill.