CMTC mission hospital to install oxygen plant in Madhya Pradesh

Mission Hospital Damoh. File photo.

Christian Medical Training Centre (CMTC) Damoh, a mission hospital dedicated to the service of people, in collaboration with Aadharshila (NGO), has decided to install an oxygen generating plant at Damoh in Madhya Pradesh.

Taking this important decision amid a shortage of medical oxygen across the country the chief patron and director of CMTC & Aadharshila, Dr. Ajay Lall, said that the organisation has already initiated procedure to start an oxygen generating plant at the Christian Medical Training Centre, Damoh with a capacity to generate 80 cylinders per day. 

According to Dr Lall, the oxygen generating plant, built with a cost of around Rs 65 lakh at the hospital premises, will be ready within 3-4 weeks. The Trident Company of Hyderabad has been given the responsibility to install this plant with modern facilities.

Dr Lall said that the new initiative of the CMTC hospital will be a blessing for the people of Damoh and nearby areas. About 70 Covid-19 patients are already admitted to the hospital. With the installation of the Oxygen plant the hospital could save many precious lives, he added.

Aadharshila Sansthan is a non-profit organisation, established in 1985 that works primarily in the domain of gender, employment, tribes, minority, health, water, disaster management, specially-abled, education, and child & youth development with its primary office in Damoh, Madhya Pradesh.


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