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Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre , Varanasi

A unit of Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai
(Grant-in-Aid Institute, Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India)

INTRODUCTION

Uttar Pradesh, with nearly 20 crore population, is the most populous state in the country. In India, the State of Uttar Pradesh (UP) leads in cancer burden among all other Indian States; almost 25 % of cancer patients in Tata Memorial Hospital (TMH), Mumbai are from Uttar Pradesh. The state is reported to have the maximum number of cancers and cancer related deaths. It is estimated that Uttar Pradesh will have about 1.5 lakh new cancer cases every year. However, there is an acute shortfall of comprehensive cancer care facilities in the state of Uttar Pradesh and adjoining areas. Thus, was the need to have state-of-the-art cancer centres in Varanasi, UP.

For resolution of this problem, Parliamentary committee on Science and Technology had entrusted Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai under the leadership of Prime Minister Office, Government of India, to lead the effort to create adequate infrastructure and trained work force in the field of Oncology. To address the growing problem of cancer and lack of adequately trained manpower, Tata Memorial Centre (Grant-in-Aid Institution under Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India) has established Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital (HBCH) and Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre (MPMMCC) at Varanasi with the aim to offer state of the art patient care services, high quality education and cutting-edge research in the region of Uttar Pradesh. These cancer centres will also cater to the adjoining regions of Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar.

Fifteen (15) acre of land within the 1360-acre campus of BHU was donated to the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India (GOI) to construct a cancer hospital with the latest and modern facilities. The construction cost was borne by the Tata Trusts and the hospital is managed by the Tata Memorial Centre (TMC), Mumbai.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the establishment of MPMMCC was made on 21st September 2017. The construction by Tata Trust began in April 2018 and was completed in a record time by end February 2019.

During the same period, and as part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Indian Railways and Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai, the erstwhile Indian Railways Cancer Institute & Research Centre was developed as HBCH, under management of Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai. The renovation cost and the cost of the equipment installed in HBCH were borne by Tata Trust.

THE HOSPITALS

HBCH was commissioned on 1st May 2018 as a 179-bedded hospital. Both HBCH and the 352-bedded MPMMCC were formally inaugurated by Honourable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi Ji on Tuesday, the 19th February 2019, in the presence of the Honorable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Shri. Yogi Adityanath; the Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy (GOI), Dr. KN Vyas; Head, Tata Trusts, Shri. Ratan Tata; Vice Chancellor (BHU), Mr. Rakesh Bhatnagar; and, the Director Tata Memorial Centre, Dr. RA Badwe. The Honorable Prime Minister also unveiled the book on this inaugural occasion, "Where Light Enters The Earth" on the Termples of Healing & Tributaries of Trust, curated by Ms. Nishu Singh Goel.


The second cancer hospital in Varanasi inaugurated by the Honorable Prime Minister, Shri. Narendra Damodardas Modi, has been named the Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre (MPMMCC), in honor of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya (1861-1946), an Indian educationalist, a past Dean of the Law School at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and past President of the Indian National Congress (INC).

The distance between HBCH, Varanasi and MPMMCC, Varanasi is about 8 kilometers with driving time of 20 minutes. There is very good road connectivity between the two hospitals. Both HBCH and MPMMCC are working as complementary units under the administrative control of Director, HBCH & MPMMCC.

Our hospitals cater to the "cancer belt of India”, a population of nearly 40 crore people living in the States of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, etc. The area not only has the highest burden of cancer cases but also is plagued with acute shortage of trained manpower to deal with management of cancer. The situation is going to worsen in the next couple of decades due to rapid urbanization in these areas. Through our twin hospitals, we are bringing comprehensive and very high-quality cancer care at affordable costs to the doorsteps of patients of Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), its neighboring districts and adjoining States

Mission

To provide comprehensive cancer care to one and all, through its motto of excellence in service, education and research.

Vision

To provide leadership in guiding the national policy and strategy for cancer care by:

  • Promoting outstanding services through evidence-based practice of oncology.
  • Commitment of imparting education in cancer to students, trainees, professionals’, employees and the public, and,
  • Emphasizing on research that is affordable, innovative and relevant to the needs of the country.

MAHAMANA PANDIT MADAN MOHAN MALAVIYA CANCER CENTRE, VARANASI

MPMMCC, Varanasi is situated at Sundar Bagiya in the campus of Banaras Hindu University. The building was constructed by Tata Trusts in a record time of 10-months. It has four different blocks with distribution of various facilities as under:

Block
Facilities
IPD Block
Ground +7 Floors: High Dependency Unit, High-Dose Radionuclide Therapy Unit, In-patient Wards having availability of General, Semi Private, Private and Suite beds.
D&T Block
Ground +5 Floors: Out Patient Department, Pharmacy Dispensary, Emergency, Intensive Care Unit, Radiodiagnosis, Daycare Wards, Administrative Offices.
RT Block
Ground +4 Floors: Radiation Oncology, Medical Social Service, Public Relations Office, Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Laboratories, Transfusion Medicine Centre, CSSD, Operation Theatres, Recovery Rooms.
PRC Block
Ground Floor: Patient Registration Centre.
Annexe Areas
Patient Facilitation Centre, Cafeteria, Biomedical Waste, Dharamshala Building, Gents Hostel, Ladies Hostel, Staff Quarters.

ORGANOGRAM

 

Department Activity

List of Department on MPMMCC and HBCH   Varanasi
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Patient Services


HOSPITAL SERVICES

HBCH, Varanasi mainly caters to Paediatric Medical Oncology as well as Paediatric and Adult Haematolymphoid malignancy. In MPMMCC, solid tumour patients of various specialties i.e., Head & Neck, Thorax, Breast, Gastrointestinal, Gynaecology, Genitourinary, Neurosurgical, Bone & Soft Tissue Tumors, etc. are being treated. Diagnostic Imaging services, that include Radiodiagnosis and Nuclear Medicine, have state of the art diagnostic equipment and are fully functional at both the hospitals.

Laboratory Medicine Services are fully functional and equipped with the latest technologies for specialized tests. In Laboratory Medicine, besides all routine diagnostic tests, Pathology laboratory performs immunohistochemistry and molecular diagnostic tests, Hematopathology laboratory performs flow cytometry and coagulation studies, Biochemistry laboratory performs immunoassays for tumor markers and therapeutic drug monitoring, while Microbiology department has focused activities towards Infection Control, COVID testing and proper management of Biomedical Waste in our hospitals. Transfusion Medicine Centers at both the hospitals are approved by the State and the Central Blood Bank Licensing Authorities and well equipped with the latest high end equipment. At HBCH, we have started Bone Marrow Transplant facility with a strong laboratory support that includes Hematopathology, Cytogenetics and HLA testing.

In addition, we are running a Population Based Cancer Registry in the district of Varanasi covering a population of 4 million and also various screening programs for common cancers, e.g., Head and Neck Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Breast Cancer and Gallbladder Cancer.

CLINICAL SERVICES

S.No SERVICES; Sub-Category
A. Surgical Oncology

1.Gastrointestinal Oncology
2.Thoracic Oncology
3. Head & Neck Oncology
4.Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
5. Breast Oncology
6. Gynecology Oncology
7. Bone & Soft tissue tumor
8. Genito-urinary Oncology
9. ediatric Surgical Oncology
10. Neuro Surgical Oncology

B. Anesthesiology, Critical Care & Pain

1. General Anesthesia
2. Intensive Care Unit
3. Pain Clinic

C. Medical Oncology

1. Adult Solid Tumor
2. Adult Hematolymphoid Malignancies
3. Bone Marrow Transplantation

D. Pediatric Oncology

1. Pediatric Hematolymphoid malignancies
2. Pediatric Solid tumors

E. Radiation Oncology

1. Head & Neck Oncology
2. Breast Oncology
3. Thoracic Oncology
4. Gastrointestinal Oncology
5. Gynecology Oncology
6. Neuro Oncology
7. Genitourinary Oncology
8. Pediatric Radiation Oncology
9. Bone & Soft Tissue Tumors

F. Preventive Oncology

1. Population Based Cancer Registry
2. Hospital Based Cancer Registry
3. Cancer Screening

G. Palliative Medicine

1. Pain & Palliation Services
2. Hospice Care

H. Dental & Prosthetic Surgery

1. General Dental Services for Cancer Patients
2. Maxillo-facial Prosthetic Rehabilitation Services
3. Dental Services for Cancer Patients  before and after receiving chemotherapy and radiotherapy



DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES

S.No SERVICES; Sub-Category
A. Radiodiagnosis & Imaging

1. CT Scan
2. MRI Scan
3. Mammography
4. Ultrasonography
5. Conventional X-ray

B. Nuclear Medicine Imaging

1. PET CT Scan
2. SPECT Scan

C. Laboratory Medicine

1. Histopathology & Cytopathology including Molecular Pathology
2. Hematopathology including Flow Cytometry
3. Cancer Cytogenetics
4. Biochemistry
5. Microbiology including Mycology, Mycobacteriology & Molecular Microbiology

D. Transfusion Medicine

1. Transfusion Medicine Services including Apheresis, Stem Cell harvest, Blood Irradiation Facility.
2. HLA Laboratory


ANCILLARY SERVICES

S.No SERVICES; Sub-Category
A. Oncology Nursing

1. General and Oncology Nursing
2. ICU Care
3. CVAD Clinic
4. Stoma Clinic

B. Onco-Physiotherapy

1. Pre-op Pulmonary Rehabilitation
2. Post-operative counselling for Breast Cancer
3. Geriatric Physiotherapy Services for Oncology Patients
4. Physiotherapy in restricted mobility
5. Pelvic floor exercises for Urogenital cancers
6. Physiotherapy for Lymphedema in Head & Neck, Breast and Urogenital cancers
7. Chest clearance and early mobilization for ICU patients

C. Occupational Therapy

. Activities of Daily Life and Quality of Life Training
2. Gait training for Bone and Soft Tissue Tumor patients
3. Mirror therapy for amputation patients
4. Hand splinting and Prosthesis training
5. Multilayer Bandaging Technique for Breast Cancer
6. Patients needing Vaginal Dilatation for Gynecological Cancers
7. Balance Training
8. Cognitive and Perceptual Training in Neuro-Oncology
9. Wheel Chair Training for Paralytic Patients
10. Jaw Stretching for Head & Neck Cancer
11.Vocational Rehabilitation Training

D. Dietetics

1. Personalized Dietary Counselling for Cancer Patients
2. Prescription of Diet & Preparation of Dietary Chart
3. Monitoring of Food Quality

E. Medical Social Works

1. Psycho-Social Counselling
2.Family Counselling
3. Financial Assistance to poor patients
4. Railway Travel Concession
5. Patient Accommodation
6. Tele Consultation for Palliative Medicine
7. Blood Donation Counselling
8. Liasioning with Government and Non-Government Organization for Support Services

F. St. Jude Child Care Facility

1. Free neat and clean accommodation and food facility for Pediatric cancer patients on long term treatment

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Major Equipment


DEPARTMENT OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY

Available Major Equipment
1.
Linear Accelerator (Linac)- Total 3- High End Varian Truebeam (MPMMCC-2, HBCH-1) capable of delivering 3DCRT, IMRT, IGRT, SBRT, SRT.
2.
Bhabhatron (MPMMCC-1)- Rotational Telecobalt
3.
High Dose Rate Brachytherapy- Cobalt based
4.
CT Simulator (80 cm bore)
5.
An array of Radiation Dosimetry and QA equipment


DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
(SURGICAL ONCOLOGY)

Available Major Equipment
1.
Laparoscopic Surgery Set: 2 Nos.
2.
Headlight: 2 Nos.
3.
Laryngoscope with all blades: 15 Nos.
4.
High end suction machine: 16 Nos.
5.
Infusion pump:40 Nos.
6.
Endoscope: 7 Nos.
7.
Hopkins: 10 Nos.
8.
Vessel sealing instrument: 5 Nos.
9.
Colposcope: 1 No.
10.
Hysteroscope with set: 1 No.
11.
Operating Microscopes: 4 Nos.
12.
Gamma Probe:1 No.
13.
CO2 Laser: 1 No.
14.
C-Arm Machine: 1 No.
15.
Pulse Lavage System: 1 No.
16.
Stryker Saw System: 4 Nos.
17.
Midaz RX 8 Drill System: 1 No.
18.
NSK Drill System: 5 Nos.
19.
Endotrainer: 5 Nos.
20.
Sternum Saw: 2 Nos.
21.
Video- Mediastinoscope with set: 1 No.
22.
Microdebrider: 1 No.
23.
Cavitron Ultrasonic Surgical Aspirator (CUSA): 2 Nos.
24.
Synthesis Saw System: 1 No.
25.
Pneumatic Saw System: 1 No.
26.
Video-Laryngoscope (CMAC): 2 Nos
27.
USG Machine: 2 Nos.
28.
Portable Doppler: 3 Nos.
29.
Operating Loupes: 3 Nos.
30.
Tourniquet Machine: 5 Nos.


DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY)

Available Major Equipment
1.
Anesthesia Work Stations:
- Anesthesia Workstations: 10 nos.
- MRI compatible Anesthesia Workstations: 02 nos.
2.
Multi-Channel Monitor (With 2 probes):
- Multiparameter Anesthesia Monitors with Anesthesia Gas Module: 10 nos.
- MRI compatible Multiparameter Anesthesia Monitors: 02 nos
3.
Fiberoptic Laryngoscope: 12 Nos.
4.
Fiberoptic Bronchoscope: 05 nos. (video bronchoscope)
5.
Resuscitation equipment (for teaching):
- 1 set Bag-Valve-Mask
- Supraglottic Airway Devices (i-gel, LMA supreme)
- Laryngoscope
- Endotracheal Tube
6.
Other equipment :
- Cardiac Monitor for ICU: 18 nos.
- Multiparameter Monitor for OT Recovery Room: 12 nos.
- Biphasic Cardiac Defibrillator with manual and AED Modes: 02 nos.
- Biphasic Cardiac Defibrillator with manual and AED Modes and Transcutaneous Cardiac Pacing: 01 nos.
- Continuous Cardiac Output Monitor (Edwards EV1000): 01 nos.
- Forced Air Warmer (Patient Warmer): 10 nos.
- Fluid Warmer: 10 nos.
- ICU Ventilator: 12 nos.
- Portable USG Machine for point of care USG guided procedures in OT & ICU: 04 nos.
- Hemodialysis Machine (for bedside dialysis in ICU): 01 nos.
- ABG Machine: 02 nos.
- Syringe Infusion Pump: 50 nos.
- Volumetric Infusion Pump: 40 nos.
- 2nd generation supraglottic airway devices: 12 sets.
- Portable Electric Suction Machine: 12 nos.
- Target Controlled Infusion Pump: 02 nos.
- Manual jet ventilators: 04 nos.
- Portable Multiprogrammable PCA (Patient Controlled Analgesia Pumps): 36 nos
- 12 channel ECG Machine with recorder: 02 nos.
- HFNC Machine: 04 nos.


DEPARTMENT OF RADIODIAGNOSIS

Available Major Equipment
1.
CT Dual Energy Scanner (MPMMCC-1, HBCH-1)
2.
MRI 3 Tesla (MPMMCC-1, HBCH-1)
3.
1000mAh Stationary DR System (2)
4.
Portable Digital Radiograph (2)
5.
Fully Field Digital Mammography System (MPMMCC-1, HBCH-1)
6.
Ultrasound High end colour Doppler (MPMMCC-4, HBCH-3)


DEPARTMENT OF RADIODIAGNOSISDEPARTMENT OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE

Available Major Equipment
1.
SPECT (MPMMCC-1)
2.
PET/CT Scanner (MPMMCC-1, HBCH-1


DEPARTMENT OF ONCO-PATHOLOGY

Available Major Equipment

Histopathology & Cytopathology (MPMMCC):

1.

Biosafety Cabinet: 3 Nos.

2.

Grossing Station: 3 Nos.

3.

Bone Saw: 2 Nos.

4.

Bone Decalcifier: 1 No.

5.

Automated Tissue Processor: 3 Nos.

6.

Tissue Embedding Unit: 3 Nos.

7.

Hot Air Oven: 3 Nos.

8.

Microtome: 4 Nos.

9.

Cooling Plate: 4 Nos.

10.

Tissue Flotation Bath: 4 Nos.

11.

Slide Warming Table: 1 No.

12.

Autostainer: 3 Nos.

13.

Cover Slipper: 1 No.

14.

Cryostat: 2 Nos.

15.

Automated Immunostainer (IHC): 2 Nos.

16.

Microwave: 2 Nos.

17.

Lab centrifuge: 2 Nos.

18.

Cytospin: 1 No.

19.

Refrigerator: 4 Nos.

20.

Microscope (Tri-header): 2 Nos.

21.

Microscope (Tri-header): 2 Nos.

22.
Microscope (Binocular): 9 Nos.
23.
Microscope (Binocular with polarizer): 1 No.
24.

LED Projector & Microscope for Teaching: 1 No.

25.

Eye Wash Station: 2 Nos.

Molecular Pathology (MPMMCC):

1.
Biosafety Cabinet: 1 No.
2.
Deep Freezer (-80°C): 1 No.
3.
Deep Freezer (-20°C): 2 Nos.
4.
Real-Time PCR Machine: 1 No.
5.
Shaking Water Bath: 3 Nos.
6.
Horizontal Gel Electrophoresis Unit: 2 Nos.
7.
Vertical Gel Electrophoresis unit: 2 Nos.
8.
Non Refrigerated Centrifuge: 2 Nos.
9.
Refrigerated Centrifuge: 1 No.
10.
Vortex Mixture: 4 Nos.
11.
Magnetic Stirrer cum Hot Plate: 2 Nos.
12.
Incubator: 1 No.
13.
Dry Bath: 4 Nos.

Hematopathology (HBCH):

1.
Automated CBC Analyser: 2 Nos.
2.
Automatic Coagulation Analyser: 2 Nos.
3.
Non-Refrigerated Centrifuge: 2 Nos.
4.
Water Bath: 1 No.
5.
Hot Air Oven: 1 No.
6.
Cytocentrifuge: 1 No.
7.
Deep Freezer: 1 No.
8.
Water Purification System: 1 No.
9.
Binocular Microscope: 5 Nos.
10.
Pentahead Microscope (For Teaching): 1 No.
11.
Refrigerator: 3 Nos.
Hematopathology (Flow Cytometry-HBCH):
1.
Flow Cytometer: 1 No.
2.
CBC Analyser (3 Part): 1 No.
3.
Refrigerated Centrifuge: 1 No.
4.
Biosafety Cabinet: 1 No.
5.
Vortex Mixer: 1 No.
6.
Mini Centrifuge: 1 No.

Hematopathology (MPMMCC):

1.
CBC Analyser: 2 Nos.
2.
Automatic Coagulometer: 2 Nos.
3.
Water Bath: 1 No.
4.
Centrifuge: 2 Nos.
5.
Cytocentrifuge: 1 No.
6.
Incubator: 1 No.
7.
Hot Air Oven: 1 No.
8.
Binocular Microscope: 1 No.
9.
Refrigerators: 4 Nos.


DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

Available Major Equipment

MPMMCC :

1.
Automated Immunoassay Analyser: 2 Nos.
2.
Automated Biochemistry Analyser: 2 Nos.
3.
HPLC Analyser: 1 No.
4.
Osmometer: 2 Nos.
5.
Spectrophotometer: 1 No.
6.
Centrifuge: 5 Nos.
7.
Refrigerator: 5 Nos.

HBCH:

1.
Automated Immunoassay Analyser: 2 Nos.
2.
Automated Biochemistry Analyser: 1 No.
3.
Osmometer: 1 No.
4.
Spectrophotometer: 1 No.
5.
Centrifuge: 2 Nos.
6.
Refrigerator: 3 Nos.


DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY

Available Major Equipment

Clinical Bacteriology & Serology:

1.
Autoclave: 2 Nos.
2.
Laminar Air Flow: 1 No.
3.
Biosafety Cabinet: 1 No.
4.
Bacteriological Incubator: 2 Nos..
5.
Automated Blood Culture System: 1 No.
6.
Hi Electric Loop Sterilizer: 1 No.
7.
Drying Oven: 1 No.
8.
Centrifuge: 1 No.
9.
Cyclo Mixer: 2 Nos.
10.
Binocular Microscopes: 2 Nos.
11.
Refrigerator: 3 Nos.
12.
Deep Freezer (-80℃): 1 No.
13.
CO2 Incubator: 1 No.
14.
Glassware Washer: 1 No.
15.
Densitometer: 1 No.
16.
Automated Serology Analyser: 2 Nos.
17.
Centrifuge: 2 Nos.

Molecular Microbiology

1.
RT-PCR Machine: 2 No.
2.
True Nat PCR Machine: 1 No.
3.
True Nat Extractor Machine: 1 No.
4.
Biosafety Cabinet: 1 No.
5.
Laminar Air Flow: 1 No.
6.
Refrigerator: 2 Nos.
7.
Cyclo Mixer: 2 Nos.
8.
Quick Centrifuge: 1 No.
9.
Refrigerated Centrifuge: 1 No.
10.
Deep Freezer (-20°C): 1 No
11.
Heating Block/ Dry Bath: 1 No
Mycology & Mycobacteriology :
1.
BOD Incubator: 1 No.
2.
Incubator: 1 No
3.
Water Bath: 1 No.
4.
Centrifuge: 1 No.
5.
Shaker: 1 No.
6.
ELISA Washer & Reader: 1 No.
7.
Biosafety Cabinet: 2 Nos.
8.
Fluorescent Microscope: 1 No.
9.
Binocular Microscope: 2 Nos.
10.
Refrigerator: 2 Nos
11.
Spectrophotometer: 1 No.


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSFUSION MEDICINE

Available Major Equipment

MPMMCC:

1.
Blood Donor Couches: 8 Nos.
2.
Automated Cell Washer: 1 No.
3.
Automated ELISA Processor: 1 No.
4.
Automated Heamoglobinometer: 2 Nos.
5.
Blood Collection Monitor: 12 Nos.
6.
Cell Counter 3 Part: 1 No.
7.
Central Monitoring System: 1 No.
8.
Centrifuges: 5 in Nos.
9.
Cryoprecipitate Bath: 1 No
10.
Deep Freezer -20°C: 1 No
11.
Deep Freezer -40°C: 2 Nos
12.
Deep Freezer -80°C: 2 Nos
13.
ELISA Reader/Washer: 2 Nos
14.
Hand Sealer: 1 No
15.
Incubator: 4 Nos
16.
Laminar Airflow: 1 No
17.
Plasma Expresser: 4 Nos.
18.
Plasma Thawing Bath: 2 Nos.
19.
Platelet Incubator with Agitator: 3 Nos.
20.
Refrigerator: 7 Nos.
21.
Semi-Automated Coagulometer: 1 No.
22.
Sterile Connecting Device: 2 Nos.
23.
Autoclave: 1 No.
24.
Tube Sealer with Multiple Heads: 6 Nos.
25.
Shaker: 2 Nos.

HBCH:

1.
Blood Donor Couches: 4 Nos.
2.
Automated Cell Separator: 2 Nos.
3.
Blood Collection Monitor: 5 Nos.
4.
Tube Sealer: 4 Nos.
5.
Automated Heamoglobinometer: 2 Nos.
6.
Refrigerator 2-6 °C: 5 Nos.
7.
Plasma Thawing Bath: 2 Nos.
8.
Platelet Agitator with Incubator: 2 Nos.
9.
Deep Freezer -80°C: 1 No.
10.
Deep Freezer -40°C: 2 Nos.
11.
Deep Freezer -20°C: 1 No.
12.
Refrigerated Centrifuge: 1 No.
13.
Automated Component Separator: 1 No.
14.
Plasma Expresser: 2 Nos.
15.
Sterile Connecting Device: 2 Nos.
16.
Laminar Air Flow: 1 No.
17.
Binocular Microscopes: 2 Nos.
18.
ELISA Reader and Washer: 2 Nos.
19.
Autoclave: 1 No.
20. Incubator/Dry Bath: 3 Nos.
21.
Centrifuge: 3 Nos.
22.
Orbital Shaker: 2 Nos.
23.
Cryoprecipitate Bath: 1 No.
24.
Cell Washer: 1 No.
25.
Hand Sealer : 2 Nos.
26.
Central Monitoring System: 1 NO.
HBCH (HLA Laboratory) :
1.
Autoclave Vertical: 1 No.
2.
Thermal Cycler 96 well: 2 Nos.
3.
Laminar Flow Cabinet: 2 Nos.
4.
Cyclo Mixture/Vortex Mixture: 2 Nos.
5.
Deep Freezer -30°C: 1 No.
6.
Deep Freezer -80°C: 1 No.
7.
Gel Documentation System and thermal printer: 1 No.
8.
Hot air oven: 1 No.
9.
Incubator: 1 No.
10.
Microcentrifuge: 1 No.
11.
Nanospectrophotometer: 1 No.
12.
Refrigerated centrifuge: 1 No.
13.
Submarine Gel Electrophoresis: 1 No.

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Academics

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Research


As HBCH, Varanasi is a very young organisation research activity is yet to start in full scale..

CLINICAL RESEARCH SECRETARIAT

Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) is encouraging and promoting research in Cancer Biology as well as Clinical Research in Oncology. The Clinical Research Secretariat (CRS), Department at MPMMCC & HBCH was officially inaugurated by Padmashree Dr. R.A. Badwe, Director, TMC on 01st October 2021. The CRS offers a wide range of services from collection, maintenance, quality control & analysis of data to design & execution of prospective trials of importance to the institute and nation.

Currently, the CRS Department at MPMMCC/HBCH is staffed with trained manpower and has a well-developed infrastructure to run and support various clinical trials conducted by the investigators in MPMMCC & HBCH.

CRS Department is actively engaged in the conduct of BIRAC CTN Project which is related to establishing Clinical Trial Network units across the National Cancer Grid to promote multicentric collaborative research in the field of drug and device development. In addition to this, CRS also supported the multicentric project such as GRID Oncology: Remaking Cancer Care in India” in collaboration with King’s College London.

CRS has supported over 100 research studies which includes retrospective, prospective studies from clinic and randomized clinical trials. A large number of the studies have been either presented or published in peer reviewed journals.

CRS Staff: Mr. Bhavesh P. Bandekar, Scientific Officer (CRC)

Contact us:

Clinical Research Secretariat, 1st Floor, DNT Block,
Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre
Varanasi- 221005 (Uttar Pradesh).
Phone No.: 0542 25075032, Extn: 1161 / 1162

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Reports


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IEC


INSTITUTIONAL ETHICS COMMITTEE (IEC)

Institutional Ethics Committee of Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre (MPMMCC) & Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital (HBCH), Varanasi hereafter referred to as “IEC” was established to formalize and specify Institution's commitment to the promotion of high scientific and ethical standards in patient care, professional education, clinical research, and community interests.

Timely review of research proposals and the safeguarding of high ethical standards formed the basis of the IEC review process. These are essential for clinical research including student research, investigator initiated research, extramural, intramural funded research and multi-centric multinational research.

The IEC was established in September 2019. Since its inception, IEC has held 23 full board meetings and reviewed 116 Investigator Initiated Projects till 31.12.2021, which includes Biomedical Health Research and Clinical Research.

In addition to this, IEC has been registered with National Ethics Committee Registry for Biomedical and Health Research, Department of Health Research and received Provisional approval on 7th July 2020 valid for 2 years.

IEC, MPMMCC & HBCH was also registered with Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (Now referred as “The Central Licencing Authority (CLA)” on 15th Jan 2021 vide registration no. ECR/1501/Inst/UP/2021 valid for 5 years.

Mandate of IEC:

The IEC through its delegated sub-committees, functions independently for maintaining a consistent scientific and ethical framework for patient care and research, and for integrating ethical values into practice, policy relationships, and organizational activities.

The purpose of the IEC is to cultivate a pluralistic and democratic exchange of scientific and ethical values and concerns, and to critically analyze them while looking for opportunities to enhance the scientific and ethical integrity of Institution.

The mandate of the IEC essentially is to promote patient care through a scientific and ethical approach to research and education.

Terms of Reference of IEC:

1. Ensure the highest scientific and ethical standards of research at MPMMCC & HBCH, Varanasi.
2. Review and approve, proposals for clinical, basic or translational research projects (Intra and Extra mural) for scientific and ethical content
3. Improve ethical standards and issue guidelines on ethical dilemmas related to patient care services
4. To function as a forum to advise the administration in case of any ethical issues that may arise from patients, families or public
5. To maintain our leadership as a national standard of reference in all fields
6. To issue and periodically, update  and revise SOP s and guidelines for effective functioning of IEC as and when necessary
7. Continuing education in clinical research bioethics and ethical aspects of clinical practice by seminars, workshops and interactive discussions for all categories of staff members including nursing and paramedical staff
8.

To initiate and commission research studies on ethical aspects of practice in MPMMCC & HBCH, Varanasi.

The committee does not address or interfere in matters of administration, nor does the committee function
as a grievance cell for staff members.


Meeting Schedule:

IEC, MPMMCC & HBCH will meet on last Friday of every month at 11.00 a.m. (unless otherwise notified) in the Meeting Room, 1st Floor, DNT Block, Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre (MPMMCC).

IEC processing fees (applicable for all pharmaceutical sponsored studies)

1. Initial project submission - Rs. 40,000/- + applicable GST
2. Protocol amendment /revision for ongoing studies - Rs. 10,000/- + applicable GST

The fees may be paid online via NEFT transfers, as cheque or demand draft drawn in favour of “Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital, Varanasi.”

Composition:

  IEC is multidisciplinary and multi-sectorial in composition.
  IEC is composed of a minimum of 7, and maximum of 15 members. The members are selected so as to have an equitable representation of all specialties in MPMMCC & HBCH, Varanasi. It includes scientific and non-scientific members, clinicians and non - clinicians, a clinical pharmacologist, members of the community, a lawyer-expert in ethics, a social worker / layperson / patient representative to represent different points of view.
  IEC shall consist of at least fifty percent of its members not affiliated to MPMMCC & HBCH, Varanasi.
  The Committee will comprise of Chairperson, Co-Chairperson, Member Secretary, and other active members who represent an appropriate balance of professional, ethical, legal, cultural, educational, and community interests.
  As far as possible, based on the requirement of research area such as oncology, HIV, genetic disorder, specific patient group (Cancer survivor), or NGO’s representatives may also be represented in the Ethics Committee.
  The Committee should have adequate representation of age, gender, community, etc. to safeguard the interests and welfare of all sections of the community / society. Members are expected to be aware of local, social and cultural norms, as this is the most important social control mechanism.
  The members should have various backgrounds to promote complete and adequate review of research activities commonly conducted by MPMMCC & HBCH, Varanasi.

Composition of IEC

The IEC of MPMMCC & HBCH was re-constituted in October 2021. The tenure of the current committee is 2 years (1st October 2021-30th Sept 2023).

Sr. No.

Name

Position

Affiliation

Affiliation
Status

Gender

Expertise

1.
Dr. Gopeshwar Narayan Chairperson Professor & Head, Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Non Affiliated
Male
Basic Scientist
2.
Dr. Shampa Anupurba
Member Professor, Department of Microbiology, Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS), Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
Non Affiliated
Female
Basic Medical Scientist
3.
Dr. Soumitra Saha Member Secretary Associate Professor, Division of Paediatric Surgery, Affiliated
Male
Surgeon
4.
Smt.Uma Bhattacharyya Member The Theosophical Society, The Indian Section, Kamaccha, Varanasi Non Affiliated
Female
Lay person
5.

Dr. Ali Mehdi

Member Professor, Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Non Affiliated
Male

Legal Expert

6.
Dr. Manushi Srivastava Member

Associate Professor, Community Medicine, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

Non Affiliated
Female

Social Scientist

7.

Dr. Kiran R. Giri

Member

Associate Professor, Dept. of Pharmacology, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

Non Affiliated
Female
Basic Medical Scientist (Clinical Pharmacologist)
8.

Dr. V.K. Dixit

Member

Professor and Head, Dept. of Gastroenterology, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

Non Affiliated
Male
Physician (Medicine)
9.

Dr. Parimal Das

Member

Professor and Coordinator, Centre for Genetic Disorders, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

Non Affiliated
Male
Basic Scientist)
10.

Dr. Lincoln Pujari

Member & DSMU Secretary Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, HBCH, Varanasi
Affiliated
Male

Radiation Oncologist

11.

Dr. Vikramjit Singh Kanwar

Member

Chief of Paediatric Oncology, Department of Medical Oncology, MPMMCC & HBCH, Varanasi

Affiliated
Male
Medical Oncologist
12.

Dr. Jyotirmay Kirtania

Member

Professor, Department of Anaesthesiology, Critical Care and Pain, HBCH, Varanasi

Affiliated
Male
Anaesthetist
13.

Dr. Mayank Tripathi

Member

Associate Professor, Department of Surgical Oncology, HBCH, Varanasi

Affiliated
Male

Surgical Oncologist

14.

Dr. Akhil Kapoor

Member

Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Oncology, MPMMCC & HBCH, Varanasi

Affiliated
Male
Medical Oncologist
15.

Dr. Pratibha Gavel

Member

Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry, HBCH, Varanasi

Affiliated
Female
Basic Medical Scientist

IEC Staff

Mr. Bhavesh P. Bandekar, Scientific Officer (CRC)

 

Contact IEC Staff

Contact us:
IEC Office, DNT Block, 1st Floor
Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre, Sundar Bagiya, BHU Campus
Varanasi 221005, Uttar Pradesh, India
Tel No-0542 2575035 (Extn: 1117)
Email id- iechbchvaranasi@gmail.com

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Staff


List of Employees Details As on 01/09/2021

List of Faculty Members Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital, Varanasi

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Hospital Statistics (2018-2021)

Particular 2018 2019 2020 2021
  HBCH HBCH MPMMCC HBCH MPMMCC HBCH MPMMCC
Patients Registered 6250 11342 950 12855 1583 2344 15550
Admissions 1349 6146 0 6621 1609 4185 8548
Major Surgeries 478 1267 3 1765 394 236 3670
Minor Surgeries 0 2828 0 4003 0 336 7341
Radiotherapies 532 1104 49 702 1377 668 1736
Chemotherapies 9164 27485 5231 26132 16496 18200 43238
Radiodiagnosis 2827 15756 452 42861 6815 18671 44169
PET CT 539 2809 0 2842 200 527 4190
SPECT CT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1048
Lab Investigations 30957 152908 9573 205541 38265 116509 261975

HOSPITAL STATISTICS (2018-2021) ( Click here to know more...)

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Disease Management Group


Head and Neck

DMG- Head and Neck

Head and Neck General OPD – Monday - Saturday

Timing - 09:00-17:30 Hours.

Location -Room No 12 and 13 Ground floor, DNT Building MPMMCC


Head and Neck Private OPD-Monday – Saturday

Timing - 09:00-17:30 Hours.

Room No 26 and 27 , Ground floor, DNT Building MPMMCC

Head and Neck Surgeons :

Dr Aseem Mishra
Dr Ravi Shankar

Head Neck cancers constitute 35% of the annual registrations at TMC. The Head and Neck DMG comprises of major oncology specialists from divisions of surgery, radiation oncology and medical oncology. The major rehabilitative support is provided by the Dental and prosthodontics, along with the speech and swallowing pathologist and physiotherapist. The DMG is determined to provide quality care to all patients and practices evidence-based medicine and focused towards innovation and research.

Our Specialized Services:

  • Oral cancer surgery
  • Skull Base surgery
  • Micro laryngeal Laser surgery
  • Trans oral Video assisted Surgery ( TOVAS)
  • Minimal Access surgery in head and Neck
  • Micro vascular reconstruction
  • Speech and Swallow rehabilitation
  • Dental rehabilitation

Education and Research

The department conducts regular teaching program on Thursday morning 8am to 9am, and on seminars on alternate Saturdays. Mahamana Case Discussion series is being organized by the department every alternate Thursday Evening 5.30 to 7.00 PM onwards. This is attended by various Head and Neck fellows and residents across India, and moderated by senior head and neck consultants from various institutes in India.

The DMG is focused towards innovation and is actively involved in research. The clinical practice is evidenced base and therefore the department generates good quality clinical data. Several prospective and retrospective studies are ongoing in the department. There are several publications from the department. The DMG is also working in collaboration with other institutes for research activities.

Various studies that are undergoing are focused towards

  • Oral cancer screening, prevention and early detection
  • Identification of prognostic factors in oral cancer
  • Development of newer reconstructive techniques
  • Nutritional assessment and role of micronutrients in cancer
    The DMG is working in collaboration with various department in conducting good quality clinical research.

Ongoing and completed Studies

S. No.
Title
1.
Analyzing the factors responsible for delay in diagnosis in oral cancer.
2.
Islanded nasolabial flap reconstruction in Head & neck Cancer ablative defects-feasibility, versatility, and functional outcome.
3.
Worst pattern of invasion and its association with adverse histopathological factors in oral squamous cell carcinoma.
4.

Impact of Tumor budding and changes in epithelial mesenchymal transition on other adverse histopathological factors and loco-regional control

5.
The efficacy of conventional screening versus mHealth screening in early detection of oral potentially malignant disorders and oral cancer amongst the rural population of Varanasi: A Prospective and blinded study
6.
Nutritional assessment in Oral cancer patients and nutritional factors responsible for postop morbidity
7.
Intra-operative gross examination versus frozen section for achievement of adequate margin in patients undergoing surgery for oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma: A randomized controlled trial

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Contact Us


Phone: Hospital Number: +91-0542-2575032,35 /0542-2517699

Address: Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya Cancer Centre, Sundar Bagiya, Near Nariya Gate, Banaras Hindu University Campus, Varanasi (U.P.) - 221005 India..

Email-id: Email-id: ams@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in

Website: https://tmc.gov.in/tmh/index.php/en/MPMMCC

OFFICERS OF HBCH & MPMMCC, VARANASI

S.No.

NAME

DESIGNATION

EMAIL

1.

Dr. Satyajit Pradhan

Director, HBCH & MPMMCC

director@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in
2.

Dr. Durgatosh Pandey

Deputy Director, MPMMCC

durgatosh@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in
3.

Dr. B.K. Mishra

Deputy Director, HBCH

bkmishra@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in
4.

Dr. Shashikant C.U. Patne

Dean (Academics), HBCH

dean@hbchk.tmc.gov.in
5.

Mr. Madho Singh

Chief Administrative Officer, HBCH & MPMMCC

cao@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in
6.

Dr. Akash Anand

Medical Superintendent

ms@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in
7.

Major (Retd.) Nisha Baloria

Senior Administrative Officer, HBCH & MPMMCC

sao@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in
8.

Mr. Akhilesh Pandey

Public Relations Officer

pro@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in

ENQUIRY

HOSPITAL SERVICES
PATIENT REGISTRATION
MEDICAL SOCIAL WORKS

Assistant Medical Superintendent

Central Registration Office

MSW Department

Email : ams@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in Email : cro@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in Email : msw@mpmmcc.tmc.gov.in
Phone No: 0542-2225022 Phone No: 0542-2225022 Phone No: 0542-2225022

 

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