On 6th December 2014, a Stakeholders Meeting was organized at Library Seminar Hall SMS Medical College, Jaipur by the Govt. of Rajasthan and MFJCF to prepare a roadmap towards deceased Organ Donation and Transplant Program in the state , to discuss the requirement of new Government Orders pertaining to this act, inauguration of web registry, organ allocation policies and procedures and registration of Non Transplant Organ Retrieval Centres .
Chief Guest: Honorable Health Minister Sh. Rajendra Rathore
Dr Christopher Barry, Transplant Consultant to the Govt. of Rajasthan
Sh. B L Meena, Director Medical Health
Dr Subhash Nepalia, Principal & Controller SMS Medical College & affiliated hospitals
Sh. Rajeev Arora, President Jaipur Citizen Forum
Smt. Bhawana Jagwani, Convener MFJCF
Dr Sunil Shroff, Managing Trustee MOHAN Foundation
Participant Organizations: The participants included hospital heads, transplant surgeons, transplant coordinators and health representatives from across different hospitals of the state from different cities namely Bikaner, Kota, Udaipur, Jodhpur and Ganganagar such as:
1. Narayana Multispecialty Hospital Jaipur
2. Mahatma Gandhi Hospital Jaipur
3. Monilek Hospital Jaipur
4. Apex Hospital Jaipur
5. Fortis Hospital Jaipur
6. Santokba Dulabhji Memorial Hospital Jaipur
7. NIMS Hospital Jaipur
8. Sony Hospital Jaipur
9. Manipal Hospital Jaipur
10. IBS Hospital Jaipur
11. Spine Tower Hospital Jaipur
12. Tagore Hospital Jaipur
13. Metro Hospital Jaipur
14. Kanwatia Hospital Jaipur
15. Astha Hospital, Ganganagar
The major stakeholder hospitals that have already registered for the deceased organ donation program with the state are Monilek, Apex, Fortis, Narayan Hrudayalaya and Mahatama Gandhi Hospital from Jaipur and Aastha Hospital from Ganganagar.
Dr Shroff shared the sharing protocol in Tamil Nadu. If the cadaver donation is reported in private hospital one kidney can go to that particular private hospital and the second one can go to the combined government and private hospital’s patients from the waiting list. The government doctors argued that the second kidney should be given to government hospitals on priority as it will benefit the poor patients. Later, it was decided that in three days, the private and government hospitals discuss the matter and reach an amicable solution to resolve the matter.
Team MFJCF assured full commitment and dedication for the cause by coordinating between the Govt. and Private Hospitals and by spreading awareness among the masses.