Recently Held Events:
Intensive PG examination teaching program:
45 days intensive PG teaching classes were conducted in KKCTH which was attended by over 45 candidates who are preparing for DNB paediatrics final examination. The course was found to be useful for everyone.
CME on Fever
CME on Fever was held successfully at Benz Park hotel on 15 October 2017. It was attended by over 150 delegates who appreciated the topics and discussion.
MRCPCH clinical course and Mock exam was conducted at KKCTH on June 2,3 and 4. This 2 days of intensive course and 1 day of mock exam was to prepare candidates for taking the MRCPCH clnical exam. The course was appreciated by the students and we have received good feedback.
Outreach Programme KKCTH conducted as IAP activity
Pediatric Pulmonology conference was held in KKCTH 24 April to 30th April 2017. Faculty from all over the country took classes on Bronchoscopy and other topics. The course was appreciated by all delegates.
We conducted our first ever Pediatric Pathology CME in our hospital 21st December 2016.- Dr Thulasi Raman
Consultant pathologist, KKCTH.
For Registrations Contact : Dr Thulasi Raman, Consultant pathologist, KKCTH.
ICU Super-Heros Day: On 22-10-2016
Children who recovered after serious illnesses were invited to the hospital for a celebration of their endurance and courage.
There was a magic show and other activities.
Children are the future of any society. The first dedicated Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) in the private sector in Chennai was started at The CHILDS Trust Hospital in 1991. Over the years it has grown to 17 beds and will soon be expanded to 21 beds.
This is a multidisciplinary PICU that caters to children who are seriously ill due to any cause, such as severe infections, asthma, diabetes, head injuries, cancer, seizures etc.. Thousands of children have been treated in this unit, which caters to all segments of society from Chennai and the neighboring areas. The unit also started the first formal training program in Pediatric Intensive Care in Chennai. It undertakes long distance transport of critically ill children using a mobile PICU.
We celebrated an “Intensive Care Superheroes Day” in order to honor and felicitate the children who have braved life-threatening illnesses and are now doing well.
Times of India- 23 OCT 2016.
SBI Mutual Fund Donation (8/10/2016)
DONATION OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT BY SBI MUTUAL FUND
SBI Mutual Fund donated the following Medical Equipments to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) of the Kanchi Kamakoti CHILDS Trust Hospital (KKCTH), Chennai, at a total cost of Rs. 44 lakhs, as a part of their CSR Activities.
- Blanketrol Cooling Blanket – used for preventing an increase in body temperature in children with brain injury, such as after cardiac arrest, head injury, brain infections or severe brain swelling
- General Electric Bedside Ultrasound machine – used to perform point of care ultrasound tests in seriously ill children
- Philips Multiparameter monitor – used to monitor the vital parameters of seriously ill children in the ICU
Mrs. Anuradha Rao, Managing Director & CEO of SBI Mutual Fund and Mr. P. Venkatesh, Zonal Head – South, formally handed over the above equipment to the Hospital Authorities. Mr. S. Chandramohan, CEO of the Hospital, spoke about the hospital activities and future plans to meet growing challenges. Prof. K. Mathangi Ramakrishnan, Chairperson of The CHILDS Trust Medical Research Foundation (CTMRF) spoke about the research initiatives undertaken by the Research Foundation. Dr. Ramachandran, Medical Director spoke about the Pediatric ICU and the utilization of the donated equipment at the function, specifying that patients would not be charged any fee for using these equipment. All the three speakers profusely thanked SBI Mutual Fund for their donation. Mrs. Anuradha Rao spoke about the CSR activities of SBI Mutual Fund and appreciated the Hospital for providing excellent health care for children at affordable cost. She also commended the Hospital for providing free treatment for poor children with serious illnesses including cancer.
Rose Day Celebrations: ON 22 September 2016: in our hospital. (click for details- External link)