SHANTHI PALLIATIVE CARE HOSPITAL

SHANTHI PALLIATIVE CARE HOSPITAL

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Donation Total: $100

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Donation Total: $20

Encourages the patient to live life to its fullest with dignity and comfort.

WHAT IS PALLIATIVE CARE

 

Palliative Care is about optimising life. It encourages the patient to live life to its fullest with dignity and comfort.

It focuses on managing physical, psychosocial and spiritual issues of patients diagnosed with life limiting illness, which are cancer and organ failure (CKD, heart failure etc).

Palliative Care diagnosis is initiated at the early stage of the illness and continues even after the patient has passed away, by way of bereavement follow up of the family, carers and loved ones.

It is the most holistic medical speciality in the world!

The United Nations (UN)/ World Health Organization (WHO) recently named providing physical, emotional and spiritual comfort (Palliative Care) to patients with life limiting illnesses as a basic human right.

Prime factors of Palliative Care include:

  • Providing relief from pain and other distressing symptoms;
  • Integrating with the psychological and spiritual aspects of patient care;
  • Offering a support system to help patients live as actively as possible until death;
  • Offering a support system to help the family cope during the patient’s illness and in their own bereavement;
  • Enhances the quality of life, which would positively influence the course of illness; and
  • Providing supportive care to patients waiting to have an organ transplant and be eventually cured.
 WHY DO WE NEED PALLIATIVE CARE HOSPITAL FOR SRI LANKA

Sri Lanka has a population of c.22Mn and an average of approx.112,500 deaths occur within a year. The total number needing palliative care in the country can be estimated to be 60% of all deaths, which may approximate to 68,000 victims within a year.

With the rapid ageing of the population in Sri Lanka, the highest number of patients needing Palliative Care will in the future come from the elderly terminally ill.

At present, formal Palliative Care services are not available in the country except for the few hospitals, which function mainly as residential facilities for patients who are having chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS & INFORMATION

 

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  •  Limited to 10 rooms only
  •  Pay in lump sum or instalments over 12 or 24 months
  •  Sponsor as an individual, company or in memory of a loved one
  •  Fully tax deductible
  •  Recognition plaque in hospital room & reception entrance
  •  Diamond sponsorship certificate will be presented to you personally
  •  Your generous donation exclusively publicised on SF Hospital Project Website (optional)
  •  Virtual plaque with donor details on SF Hospital Project Website

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  • Limited to 30 hospital beds
  • Pay in lump sum or instalments over 12 or 24 months
  • Sponsor as an individual, company or in memory of a loved one
  • Fully tax deductible
  • Recognition plaque over sponsor’s bed & reception entrance
  • Platinum sponsorship certificate will be presented to you personally
  • Your generous donation exclusively publicised on SF Hospital Project Website (optional)
  • Virtual plaque with donor details on SF Hospital Project Website

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  • Pay in lump sum or instalments over 12 or 24 months
  • Sponsor as an individual, company or in memory of a loved one
  • Fully tax deductible
  • Donor name on reception entrance plaque
  • Gold sponsorship certificate will be presented to you personally
  • Your generous donation generally publicised on SF Hospital Project Website (optional)

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  • Pay in lump sum or instalments over 12 or 24 months
  • Sponsor as an individual, company or in memory of a loved one
  • Fully tax deductible
  • Donor name on reception entrance plaque
  • Silver sponsorship certificate will be presented to you personally
  • Your generous donation generally publicised on SF Hospital Project Website (optional)

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  • Pay in lump sum or instalments over 12 or 24 months
  • Sponsor as an individual, company or in memory of a loved one
  • Fully tax deductible
  • Donor name on reception entrance plaque
  • Bronze sponsorship certificate will be presented to you personally
  • Your generous donation generally publicised on SF Hospital Project Website (optional)

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  • Pay in lump sum or instalments over 12 or 24 months
  • Sponsor as an individual, company or in memory of a loved one
  • Fully tax deductible
  • Donor name on reception entrance plaque
  • Green sponsorship certificate will be presented to you personally
  • Your generous donation generally publicised on SF Hospital Project Website (optional)

Donate Palliative Care Hospital

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Donation Total: $25,000

SHANTHI PALLIATIVE CARE HOSPITAL – AN ARTIST’S IMPRESSION

PROJECT FUNDING PLAN

 
The Foundation expects to raise AU$ 1.17Mn (LKR 140Mn) for the round of funding, for construction, procurement of equipment, machineries and working capital for the first year of operations. The total funds required for the project amounts to LKR 380Mn, which will be utilised under three phases as follows;
  • Phase I - LKR 145 Mn
  • Phase II - LKR 150 Mn
  • Phase III - LKR 90Mn

Phase I – AU$ 1.17Mn (LKR 140Mn)
Construction of 2 hospital wings with 10 beds, administration wing, common area, ROM equipment, and working capital.

Phase II – AU$ 1.25Mn (LKR 150Mn)
Construction of 4 hospital wings with 20 beds, patient/ family recreation area, Training and Research Unit, medical equipment and working capital.

Phase III – AU$ 750k (LKR 90Mn)
Construction of 2 hospital wings with 10 beds and worshiping areas, Medical equipment and working capital.

SPECIALISED PALLIATIVE CARE HOSPITAL

 
“The hospital will be for the physical, psychosocial and spiritual wellbeing of patients diagnosed with a life limiting illness such as cancer or Chronic Kidney Disease”
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Set up an eco-friendly Palliative Care Hospital in Anuradhapura, on land provided by the MoH.

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Being centrally located will provide convenient access to patients based in North Central, Northern, North Western and Eastern Provinces.

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Would include 2 doctors and 12 nurses on rotation throughout, with visiting specialist from the Anuradhapura Hospital.

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In-patient unit for CKD and cancer patients with a total of 40 beds and a clinic for outpatients.

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Home based and community Palliative Care unit and a field office, which would be a central hub to coordinate activities of the Foundation in the North Central province.

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Training and Research units to carry out collaborative research with local, regional and international (primarily Australian) hospitals, universities and Research Centres.