Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital and Research Centre
Bhopal, madhya pradesh
After the Bhopal Gas Tragedy that occurred in 1984, deemed as the world's worst industrial disaster, the need for a robust and accessible cancer care center became amplified in Madhya Pradesh. Born out of the need to address such concerns, the Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital and Research Centre was established in 1995 to provide quality and comprehensive cancer and palliative to care to the residents of central India. JNCH offers a variety of specialty cancer care services including robust diagnostic facilities, radiodiagnosis and imaging, nuclear medicine, and advanced therapeutic facilities (radiotherapy, medical oncology, etc). We currently have one palliative care project at this site.
social worker cum data manager
Jiv Daya's palliative care project at JNCH began in 2012, with support from the Assistant Director, Dr. Rakesh Joshi, also the project's local champion. With his backing, we are able to support one data manager, one nurse, and one social worker cum data manager at this site.