Founded by Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
Managed by Department of Atomic Energy, Govt of India
Growth Started as a hospital and grown to an Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer. It has been taken over by the Ministry of Health and the administrative control has given to the Department of Atomic Energy in 1962
Accredited by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABL)
Recognized by IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), WHO (World Health Organization) and UGC (University Grants Commission) in the Research and Education in Cancer.
At the Tata Memorial Hospital, Evidence Based Medicine is the keystone. Surgery remains the vital form of treatment along with radiation therapy and chemotherapy.
The strategies for early diagnosis, treatment management, rehabilitation, pain relief and terminal care have been established in a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach for a total cancer care programme.
Excellent work has been carried out in areas of rehabilitation, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, psychology and medical social work.
Preventive Oncology has a very major and important role to play for early diagnosis, screening and down staging of cancer.
TREATMENTS OFFERED IN TATA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
- Cancer Specialty Diagnostic, Preventive Treatments.
- Palliative Care
ACHIEVEMENTS OF TATA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
- First Hospital to Initiate Bone Marrow Transplants in India – 1963
- First Hospital to Introduce PET CT Scanner in India
- Over 6000 patients are treated with Radiotheraphy and Chemotheraphy annually
- Nearly 6300 major Operations performed annually
EMINENT PROFESSIONALS SERVING IN TATA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
- Dr.R.Sareen (Head)
- Dr.Aparna R.Shenoy
- Dr.(Mrs) S.(Hainan) Myatra
- Dr.(Ms)Hayana Amin
Bombay (Mumbai) Western India