Treatment at Tata Memorial Hospital– Patient case file are screened weekly by our senior medical team of volunteers in MSW department of Tata Hospital. Funds sufficient to cover the patient’s treatment plan for the following week are added in the patient’s Trust account in Tata Hospital and cannot be used outside Tata Memorial Hospital. No funds are given directly to the patients.
This meticulous work ensures that the funds are deployed exactly when they are needed and for what they were intended for.
We provide financial aid to economically challenged patients for investigations and treatments like PET scan, CT and MRI, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery & ICU support. Since September 2014, on an average, 100 patients per month are supported at Tata Hospital, Mumbai.
Be a part of our activities: Let’s join hands to make a difference in someone’s life! Celebrate Birthdays / Anniversaries / special occasion by making a small contribution.
A contribution as small as INR 2500 can partially fund a patient’s chemotherapy, surgery or even help get investigations done! We have presented below an average cost of what it takes to fund treatment at Tata Memorial Hospital.
Typical Expenses Incurred by general category patients at Tata Memorial Hospital:
|Support Needed For||Discounted cost in INR|
|CT scan Contrast Enhanced||3000|
|MRI Contrast Enhanced||3500|
|PET CT Contrast Enhanced||7500|
|Chemotherapy / Radiotherapy||2000 – 10,000|
|ICU stay / Supportive care / day||5000 – 10,000|
|Surgery without consumables / implants||5000 – 25,000|
Help, Support our focus and to help the needs of the economically challenged patients at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai.
Donations can be made Online or by cheque in the name of Madat Charitable Trust and couriered to Madat Trust, c/o Mangal Anand Hospital, 48 Swastik Park, Chembur, Mumbai 400071.
Along with a copy of the PAN card and the address for 80G certificate with the receipt.
Donors may contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Madat Trust aims to identify and fill up gaps in the management of cancer diagnosis and treatment to bring about better outcomes specifically for economically underprivileged patients.