Saturday, 8 August 2015

Trinity Care Foundation, National Health Mission sign MoU to provide free Facial deformities surgery

Trinity Care Foundation and National Health Mission, Karnataka recently signed an MoU to provide free facial deformities surgery to the children.

Free Facial Deformities surgery will be provided in Mallige Medical Centre, Bengaluru such as Cleft lip, Cleft palate, Ear deformities, Facial clefts, Facial vascular lesions, Malformed face and jawbones, Hemi-facial Microsomia , Nasal clefts & Nasal deformities, Tmj Ankylosis and Pediatric benign oral tumours.

Under the partnership, Child Health officials from 6 districts of Ramanagara, Bangalore Rural, Kolar, Chikkaballapura, Tumakuru and Chitradurga in Karnataka will direct children born with facial deformities to Trinity Care Foundation partner hospitals in Bengaluru. Prof. Dr.N. Srinath, Oral & Faciomaxillary surgeon of Trinity Care Foundation will be heading the Project. Trinity Care Foundation will also take responsibility of post-operative care to the children.

The MoU was signed by Dr. H C Ramesh, Project Director (NHM) and Dr. Tony Verghese Thomas (Director Trinity Care Foundation), in the presence of  Dr. Arif Baig ( Consultant ), Dr. Prabhudeba Gowda (State Nodal Officer) and Mr. Binu Varghese (Director Trinity Care Foundation)

At the time of signing the MoU, Mr. Binu Verghese (Director Trinity Care Foundation) , said: " Trinity Care Foundation has performed many Facial Deformities correction surgeries for the needy patients in this current year, however, our goal is to help transform smiles & lives of many more young people this year who are in dire need of medical intervention with the help of network of the State health teams and anganwadi workers at the grassroots level ."

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