Dhoraji is a town in Gujarat which is home to a considerable Memon population. Teli hospital is a boon for the inhabitants of Dhoraji and the neighbouring towns and villages as it provides effective medical treatment at subsidised costs. A dedicated team of doctors attend to the patients, nursing them back to health.
Teli hospital lacks a radiology department which serves as an impediment in carrying out diagnostic procedures to ascertain medical conditions thus delaying treatments which could prove fatal in critical cases. Dhoraji residents have to travel considerable distances to get these tests done.
WMO North India Chapter recently donated a 3D ECHO COLOR DOPPLER machine and a sonography machine to initiate a radiology department in Teli hospital. They are equipped with the latest 3D imaging technology, offering high image quality with pinpoint accuracy to enhance diagnostic confidence.
The management of Teli hospital was extremely grateful to WMO North India Chapter for their generosity and profusely thanked the donors.
The Teli hospital in Dhoraji needs many more state-of-the-art equipments including a CT scan machine, another Ultrasound unit and a CR system of X ray tables at a cost of USD 280,000 to complete their Radiology wing.