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EXTRACT OF 105TH ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR 2017- 2018

General

Over the years, the Hospital has progressively improved both qualitatively and quantitatively in range and scope of healthcare services including those for poor and needy Parsi Zoroastrians. With 220 hospital beds, total number of occupied bed days during 2017-2018 was 36,952 and a total of 1,966 in-patients were treated during the year.61.95% of the occupied bed days were utilized for free and subsidized patients, women & children accounted for 53.56%. During the year 2017-2018 Hospital continued to provide large volume of Charity Care amounting to approximately Rs.971.26 Lakhs, out of total expenditure of Rs.2,644.35 Lakhs.

Hospital Utilization

During the year, the total number of Charity Care patients treated were 870 as compared to 797 during the previous year i.e. an increase of 9.16%. The average length of stay of free and subsidized patients has been 31 days and 20 days respectively. The average length of stay of paying patients has been 13 days. Overall average length of stay per patient is 19 days. The operating deficit during the year 2017-2018 was Rs.1,084.40 Lakhs as compared to deficit Rs.1,389.69 Lakhs the previous year i.e. a decrease in deficit by 21.97% and increase of Charity Care patients by 9.16%.

The Hospital continues to maintain an "Indigent Patient Fund" (IPF) for giving free/subsidized treatment to the Indigent and Weaker Section patients in accordance with the Hon'ble Bombay High Court Order dated 17th August, 2006. During the year the Hospital spent Rs.222.76 Lakhs from IPF for providing Health Care Services to Indigent and Weaker Section In-Patients and OPD Patients. The Hospital provided free and subsidized diagnostics, Operation Theatre, Physiotherapy, Blood Bank and Dental Services to all the poor patients. The Hospital has tie-up with other Hospitals for specialized investigation facilities not available in our Hospital and the cost of such investigations such as CT Scan, MRI, Cancer detection for the poor and free patients is borne by the Hospital.

Besides IPF, the Hospital also provide free/subsidized Healthcare Services to those poor community members whose income limit exceed the limits specified in the High Court Orders but are in a state of financial distress. During the year 2017-18, the Hospital spent Rs. 748.50 Lakhs for providing Health Care Services to such poor in patients and OPD patients which includes the cost of supply of free medicines to the free and poor in-patients as well as OPD patients amounting to Rs.115.53 Lakhs, as also the cost of providing diagnostics & specialized investigation services as well as Operation Theatre, Blood Bank, Physiotherapy, Dialysis and Dental services to the Free & subsidized patients amounting to Rs.408.51 Lakhs. The practice of providing Generic medicine in place of branded medicine continues to be in vogue.

Thus, not only do we have beds for indigent and weaker section patients far in excess of the percentages specified by the High Court but our definition of poor patients is much wider and the volume of Charity Care provided by our Hospital far exceeds the directions issued by the Bombay High Court.

The aggregate In-Aid donations received during the year 2017-2018 amounted to Rs.438.23 Lakhs (Rs.17.36 Lakhs for IPF and Rs.420.87 Lakhs for Poor Patients) as compared to Rs.550.34 Lakhs during the previous year (Rs.37.31 Lakhs for IPF and Rs.513.03 Lakhs for Poor Patients).

Up gradation /Replacement of Hospital Equipment

During the year the Hospital capitalized approximately Rs.275 Lakhss, which consists of Hospital equipment and appliances amounting to Rs.128.32 Lakhs, Furniture & fixtures Rs.82.35 Lakhs and work in progress amounting to Rs.63.85 Lakhs.

We find it extremely difficult to maintain the present level of Charity Care for free and subsidized patients. The continued annual operating deficit is a matter of concern. The need of the hour for the Hospital is to maintain technology edge in Healthcare Services compared to other elite Hospital of Mumbai through regular up gradation of our Hospital Equipment and services, taking in its stride the ongoing inflationary trends in all the fields including rising medicines costs as well as spiralling labour and food costs.

Once again, we express our deep gratitude and sincere thanks to our numerous philanthropic, large hearted and generous donors from home and overseas, whose assistance and generosity has helped us to continue to sustain our Charity Work for the poor and deserving members of our Community.

The Hospital Management looks forward to your continued support during the years ahead. We also thank all our Honoraries, Resident Doctors, Management, Staff, Workmen at all levels and Mumbai Mazdoor Sabha for their continuous support and efforts in ensuring efficient healthcare services to all our patients.

We pray that may Lord Ahura Mazda bless us all and enable us to sustain and better serve our Community especially our less fortunate brethren through this historic Parsi Institution.

Hector H. Mehta
Zarir M. Bhathena
Jt. Hon. Secretaries


Mumbai
Dated: 18th November 2018

 
Hospital Utilisation Report # 1
 
Bed Utilisation --Treatment Days 2017-2018 2016-2017
Total Bed Days 36952 40318
Paying Bed Days 14062 17229
Subsidised Bed Days * 7826 5579
Free Bed Days 15064 17510
Number of Patients Treated Total 1966 2149
Number of Patients Treated Paying 1096 1352
Number of Patients Treated Subsidised * 384 228
Number of Patients Treated Free 486 569
Av. Length of Stay All Patients 18.80 days 18.76 days
Av. Length of Stay Paying 12.83 days 12.74 days
Av. Lenght of Stay Subsidised * 20.38 days 24.46 days
Av. Length of Stay Free 31.00 days 30.77 days
Number of Discharges 1774 1963
Number of Deaths 172 196
Number of Births 8 7
Number of Male Admissions 913 999
Number of Female Admissions 1051 1150
Number of Paediatric Admissions 2 0
 
Hospital Utilisation Report # 2
 
Number of Procedures
2017-2018
2016-2017
In-house Pathology Total
48310
48587
In-house Paying
22345
26065
In-house Free & Subsidised
25965
22522
Outsourced Pathology Total
1577
1496
Outsourced Paying
937
895
Outsourced Free & Subsidised
640
601
Blood Bank Total
1675
1737
Paying
956
959
Free & Subsidised
719
778
X-Ray Films Total
10438
11044
Paying
5294
6319
Free & Subsidised
5144
4725
Ultrasonography Total
1345
1381
Paying
649
756
Free & Subsidised
696
625
Colour Doppler Sonography Total
535
569
Paying
291
362
Free & Subsidised
224
207
Colour Doppler Echocardiography Total
1224
1259
Paying
688
805
Free & Subsidised
536
454
Electrocardiogram Total
4867
4981
Paying
2370
2809
Free & Subsidised
2497
2172
Physiotherapy Total
47406
45727
Paying
20936
23579
Free & Subsidised
26470
22148
Outsourced Radiology,MRI,CT Scan
725
616
Outsourced Paying
366
360
Outsourced Free & Subsidised
359
256
Operative Procedures Total
1560
1557
Supra Major + Operations
316
307
Supra Major Operations
109
114
Major + Operations
121
125
Major Operations
120
146
Intermediate Operations
92
82
Minor Operations (Including Endoscopy, OPD & Other Procedure)
802
783
 
Financial Results
 
2017-2018
Rs.

2016-2017
Rs.

A. Total Expenditure before Gratuity & Depreciation 254,936,212 285,748,094
B. Add provisions for Gratuity 9,499,001 3,064,584
C. Add provisions for Depreciation 25,186,407 25,964,427
D. Total Expenditure (A+B+C) 289,621,620 314,777,105
E. Less Income excluding Donations in aid & Investment Income 181,181,516 175,808,269
F. Gross Working Surplus/(Deficit)(D-E) (108,440,104) (138,968,836)
G. Add Donations In Aid 42,086,809 51,303,410
H. Add Investment Income 78,535,072 77,805,692
I. Net Surplus / (Deficit)(H+G+F) 12,181,776 (9,859,734)
 
The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950
Schedule VIII [ Vide Rule 17(1) ]
The Bomanjee Dinshaw Petit Parsee General Hospital
Balance Sheet as at 31st March, 2018
 
Schedule
As at
31.03.2018
Rs.
As at
31.03.2017
Rs.
Funds & Liabilities :
Trust's Funds or Corpus
1
3,082,511.91 3,082,511.91
Other Earmarked Funds
2
1,934,123,539.14 1,896,959,884.63
Replacement of Assets Fund
3
444,817,108.75 419,630,701.80
Income & Expenditure Account
4
(354,420,850.06) (389,399,026.25)
Total Funds
2,027,602,309.74
1,930,274,072.09
Current Liabilities
5
165,699,836.04 174,216,898.99
Total
2,193,302,145.77 2,104,490,971.07
Properties & Assets :
Fixed Assets
6
229,594,155.57 227,328,369.08
Investments
7
1,858,572,786.18 1,771,699,970.61
Cash and Bank Balances
8
15,723,828.89 13,502,883.72
Current Assets
9
46,018,711.40 46,648,400.07
Advances and Deposits
10
43,392,663.72 45,311,347.59
Total
2,193,302,145.77 2,104,490,971.07
 
Notes To Accounts
14
As per our report of even date attached.
 
For and on behalf of :
Chandabhoy & Jassoobhoy
Chartered Accountants
(Firm Reg. No. 101647W
)
H. N. Wania and Co.
Chartered Accountants
(Firm Reg. No. 121365W)
Homa D Petit
President
     
Bhupendra T. Nagda
Partner
Mem. No. 102580
Hoshang N. Wania
Proprietor
Mem. No. 12608
Hector H. Mehta
Jt. Hon. Secretary
     
    Zarir M Bhathena
Jt. Hon. Secretary
     
    Hoshang N. Sinor
Hon. Treasurer
 
Mumbai
Dated : 15th September 2018
 
 
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