The Hospital is committed to providing cost effective healthcare and is staffed with nearly 30 personnel.
By A Staff Writer
Mysuru: The Bibi Ayesha Hospital here was reopened here on October 11 after restructuring and change of management. Dr. Taha Matheen who is the managing trustee of the HBS Charitable Hospital will henceforth manage the hospital which underwent restructuring during the recent months.
Janab Mufti Ashraf Ali of Madrasa Sabeelur Rashad, Bengaluru inaugurated the renovated hospital. Mohamed Yousuff, Chairman, Karnataka Board of Awkafs announced funding free dialysis for 30 patients in the hospital. Karnataka Minister Srinivasa Prasad promised a lifelong monthly contribution of Rs. 1000 for the dialysis centre. Mesco President Abdul Qadir Sait donated Rs. 6 lakh for the renovation of the hospital.
Dr. Matheen said the HBS Charitable Hospital in Bengaluru provides free dialysis to 50 patients everyday. He said several persons have come forward to donate money for the purpose, without revealing their names.
The 30-bed Hospital was renovated and restructured at a cost of Rs. one crore. It was commissioned here in 1999 when the Milli Council held its preliminary meeting. The hospital building was constructed on waqf property belonging to Hazrath Afzal Shah Makan on the road leading to Bengaluru. The Hospital is committed to providing cost effective healthcare and is staffed with nearly 30 personnel.