It was the first Co-operative Model Hospital, stared in 1935 and was a pioneering effort, as a first of its kind in South-east Asia. It is a non-profit organization, and provided the stimulus for similar institutions to be established in other parts of Sri Lanka and South-east Asia

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Equipment and facilities

Provision of Equipment and other Facilities.

 

(1)  Sub Fertility Service  :

This service has been commenced and going on without any obstruction.  Patients are very happy to get treatment here  since the charges are nominal and cheap and able to continue their process without proceeding to Colombo or South India.  Action also taken to provide IVF Service by creating laboratory facilities and purchasing equipment for same.  Getting advice from Dr.Jeyandran from USA in this regard.

 

 

(2)  Commencement of Accident and Emergency Unit   :

This was commenced with a small room with the available resources in later pat of 2020. Arrangements have been made to treat A & E patients round the clock by appointing two Consultants who are working at the Teaching Hospital, Jaffna.  Repairs have been made to one damaged Quarters at Rs.1.6 Million to facilitate the Consultants.

 

 

(3)  Satellite Projects in Villages   :

This project has been an on-going one according to our catchment areas of Valikamam West, Valikamam South West and Karainagar Divisional Secretary’s Divisions. Even though this is an on-going project, little by little Total Number of Centres are decreasing and need to re-activate this project with the Community Based Organizations in order to give awareness in NCD and medical care to the grass root level people.  At present there are only two centres at Pannagam and Chulipruam East are doing this project for more than one decade.

 

(4)  Diabetic Centre by Ratnam Foundation  : 

This is also an on-going project since 2006 at the hospital premises itself with the financial assistance of Ratnam Foundation, UK.  When all the satellite centres in the village level were working Diabetic Centre at Moolai Hospital was full of patients for further check-ups on every Sundays. This is being carried out continuously and expecting more patients will come and get this service once other areas start the satellite project.

 

 

 (5)  Free Outpatient Services by MIOT UK   : 

 This is being carried out as an on-going project since 2005 with the financial help of MIOT UK at the OPD which is a great help for the poor patients.

 

 

(6)  X-ray, Scanning and Laboratory Service  :

The above services has been upgraded with modernized equipment in the recent past.