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OVERVIEW

Cooper Hospital

Cooper Hospital was started in 1969 as a maternity home before it was converted into a full-fledged general hospital in 1970. The hospital underwent massive reconstruction after the original building was declared unfit for use in 1999. The new upgrade, at a cost of ₹321 crores, includes more beds, as well as systems for rainwater harvesting and sewage treatment. The new hospital design includes an infection control design to prevent doctors from contracting tuberculosis while on duty.

General Information

Year established: 1969
Management: Government
Location: Vile Parle
Nearest station: Vile Parle (Western Line); Vile Parle ( Harbour Line)
Car Parking: The hospital provides free parking and wheelchair access.
Number of beds: 715
Critical Care beds: 40
Operation Theatres:
Accreditation: NBE for training residents for DNB in nine general specialities
Visiting Hours: Mon- Sat – 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Emergency number: 022 2620 7254
Ambulance staff: 09769250010  | 07506358779
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Cooper Hospital

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Specialized Units:

  • Trauma Unit, ICU (Intensive Care Unit), and ICCU (Intensive Coronary Care Unit) established in a separate Casualty building in 1982.
  • Central Ambulance Service initiated to enhance emergency medical services.


Teaching Affiliation and Learning Hub:

  • Affiliated with KEM Hospital since 1977, contributing to medical education and training.
  • Serves as a learning hub for aspiring healthcare professionals.


Comprehensive Healthcare Services:

  • Offers a wide range of medical services, including maternity care, trauma care, psychiatry, and various medical specialties.


Emergency Medical Services:

  • Presence of a Trauma Unit and dedicated Casualty building signifies a focus on emergency and trauma care.
  • Central Ambulance Service enhances the hospital’s ability to respond promptly to medical emergencies.



Modern Infrastructure:

  • The redeveloped Cooper Hospital, inaugurated in 2013, is equipped with modern infrastructure to meet contemporary healthcare standards.


Emergence Of Development:

  • Originated as a Maternity Home in 1969.
  • Upgraded to a General Hospital in 1970.
  • Attained recognition as a Teaching Hospital in 1977, affiliated with KEM Hospital.


National Tuberculosis Eradication Program (NTEP) (RNTCP):

  • Cooper Hospital is actively involved in healthcare and likely contributes significantly to the implementation of the NTEP.


Disability Medical Board:

  • Provides Disability Medical Board services for individuals seeking disability certification.
  • OPD: Wednesday & Friday at A Wing Hospital Building, Time: 9.30am
  • Disability OPD paper issue counter 25 ‘E’ no. 8.00 AM – 11.00 AM
  • Disabled patients residing in Mumbai suburban areas only should apply for disability certificates.

DIAGNOSTICS FACILITIES

Pathology

HEMATOLOGY DEPARTMENT :-

  • PT INR
  • IL-6
  • D-dimer
  • CBC (complete blood count)
  • Hb estimation
  • Total WBC count
  • Differential count
  • Platelet count
  • Reticulocyte count
  • Peripheral smear examination
  • Sickling test
  • Malarial parasite by slide method
  • Malarial parasite by rapid malarial antigen test
  • Bleeding time
  • Clotting time
  • G6PD test
  • Bone marrow examination


CLINICAL PATHOLOGY :-

  • Urine routine
  • Urine microscopy
  • Stool routine
  • Stool occult blood
  • Semen analysis
  • Fluid –routine
  • CSF
  • Pleural fluid
  • Ascitic fluid
  • Synovial fluid


HISTOPATHOLOGY
:-

  • Grossing and histopathology of surgical specimens
  • Special stains
  • Imprint cytology
  • Special stains- PAS,Geimsa,FiteFraracco ,AFB
  • Immunohistochemistry
  • Histopathology processing of medicolegal autopsies

Imaging

  • Ultrasonography
  • X-ray
  • CT(128 Multi slice) & MRI(1.5 Tesla)-RECENTLY INSTALLED.
  • ECG

Pathology

CYTOLOGY :-

  • FNAC (fine needle aspiration cytology)
  • PAP smear examination
  • Fluid cytology for malignant cells


BLOOD BANK :-

  • Blood grouping
  • Cross matching
  • Bleeding of blood donors
  • Coombs test
  • Antibody titer
  • Test for transmissible diseases
  • HBsAg, HIV, HCV, VDRL, malaria
  • Test for quality control of reagents
  • Arrangement of voluntary blood donation camps


SPECIAL CLINICS :-

  • Food handlers clinic
  • School clinic
  • RNTCP clinic
  • ICTC
  • Malaria clinic


MICROBIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS :-

  1. BACTERIOLOGY:


Microscopy :

  • Gram Stain
  • Albert Stain
  • Hanging drop for Stool sample for Vibrio cholerae


Bacterial culture

Antibiotic Susceptibility test

Anaerobic culture

  1. MYCOLOGY:


Microscopy :

  • KOH for fungus (yeast & mould)
  • India ink preparation     Fungal culture
  1. MYCOBACTERIOLOGY:

Specialised Tests

HIV (Integrated Counselling & Testing Centre under Mumbai District AIDS Control Society)

  • Test for HIV antibody

Pathology

Microscopy :

Fluorescent microscopy for Mycobacterial tuberculosis (sputum samples, under National Tuberculosis Elimination Programme)

Ziehl Neelsen Stain with 25 % H2SO4 for Mycobacterial tuberculosis (extra pulmonary samples)

Ziehl Neelsen Stain with 5 % H2SO4 for Mycobacterial leprae

CBNAAT (Gene Xpert)

Under National Tuberculosis Elimination Programme (NTEP), as per MOU samples are accepted & sent to P.D. Hinduja Hospital for following test:

  • TB Liquid culture by MGIT (Mycobacterial Growth Indicator Tube)
  • Line probe Assay (LPA) (for first & second line anti – Tb drugs)
  1. SEROLOGY:
  • Rapid Malaria Antigen test (RMAT)
  • Rapid test for Dengue NS1 antigen
  • Rapid test for Dengue IgM / IgG antibody
  • Rapid test for Leptospira IgM antibody
  • Rapid test for Hepatitis B antigen (HbsAg)
  • Rapid test for Hepatitis C antibody
  • Slide Widal test (for Typhoid)
  • Tube Widal test (for Typhoid)
  • Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) for Syphilis
  • Rapid test for Treponema Pallidum antibody
  • Test for Anti Streptolysin O antibodies (ASO)
  • Test for Rheumatoid factor (RA)
  • Test for C – reactive protein (CRP)
  1. IMMUNOLOGY:
  • ELISA for Hepatitis B antigen (HbsAg)
  • ELISA for Hepatitis C antibody
  • ELISA for Hepatitis A antibody
  • ELISA for Hepatitis E antibody
  • ELISA for Leptospira IgM antibody
  • ELISA for Dengue NS1 antigen
  • ELISA for Dengue IgM antibody

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