AT THE FOREFRONT OF MEDICAL INNOVATION
The hospital has a track record of acquiring sophisticated equipment from abroad, all the while keeping the fees affordable to patients
With the sole aim of providing medical aid to the poor at an affordable cost, and without compromising on the quality of service, Dr. Parcha Anjani Devi, after quitting from government service in June 1983, started a 30 bedded maternity home in rented premises near Vijayatalkies, Hanamkonda. Founded on November 3, 1983, she named the place as Kalayni Hospital. After 10 years, the hospital got shifted to its present spacious premises on August 9, 1993.
Kalyani hospital was one of the first few hospitals which acquired an ultrasound scanner from Holland as early as 1986 when scanning was not yet known to the people of Warangal. As the days passed by, the hospital was adapting itself to the changing scenario in the medical field by upgrading its infrastructure and equipment with latest ones. The hospital acquired a new Laparoscope in December 1998, when Laparoscopic surgeries were limited to Hyderabad. Dr. A. Sudhakar MS underwent training in Chennai and started Laproscopic surgeries in Kalyani Hopsital in March 1999. Now the hospital is also serving as a training centre for young surgeons under the leadership and guidance of Dr. A.Sudhakar. The credit of conducting total knee joint replacement surgeries in private sector goes to Kalyani Hospital, as Dr Gopala Krishna Pemmaraju, FRCS (ortho) performed the first surgery on October 5, 2010 on a patient named Chanda Sudeshna Devi, at a much lesser cost than hospitals in Hyderabad.
This hospital has also got a neonatal Intensive Care Unit with 10 phototherapy and baby warmers started by Dr Pingali Gopal FRCS, who after returning from UK, joined Kalyani Hospital in 2000 as a full-time consultant. He was also responsible for saving a premature baby weighing only 600 gm and also performed successful surgeries on a number of new-borns. The Orthopaedics wing is headed by a young doctor called Shantan Gujjula who underwent advanced training programme in latest techniques of Arthroscopy in Pune.
In addition to these departments, there are other specialities like General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatric Surgery, ENT, General Medicine and Spine Surgery which transformed Kalyani Hospital into a multi-speciality 100 bedded hospital.
While Obstetrics department is headed by Dr. P.Anjani Devi, Dr Soumya Gujjula, MD, and Dr.G. Keerthi Reddy, DGO, also work to take care of needy patients round the clock. Dr. G. Laxminaryana, Senior Surgeon, Dr Satish Kumar, Paediatrician, Dr G. Shantan Kumar Ortho, Dr. T. Kalyani Physician, Dr. Ch. Suresh, Spine Surgeon, Dr. M. Geeta, Lady Gen.Surgeon, Dr.Ch. AnjjiReddy, Senior Anaesthetist are available of the needy patients of this hospital. The hospital was recently fitted one of the Operation Theatres with the latest laminar flow to enable the conducting of super speciality surgeries.
Kalyani Hospital is committed to provide quality medicare to common people at an affordable cost and with that aim, introduced Suguna Memorial Safe Motherhood Card with which the cardholders can get 50 percent concession in hospital charges. This is given only to those who are below the pverty line. Every Saturday, free tubectomy operations are being done. Recently Dr. P. Anjani Devi started a programme called “ Kusalatha “” to tackle the problem of Anemia among school going children by visiting Govt. girls hostels. Services of this hospital are available under Aarogyasri and EHS schemes of the State Government and it is also empanelled by several insurance companies.