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  • A Success Story

    Post date : November 12, 2018 | By : Amin | No comments yet

    Among many success stories we would like to mention the one below: On 20th Ashad 2074, a young lady was rushed to SMH with a complaint of severe lower abdominal pain. After seeing the patient, doctors told her that her labor pain had started before the expected date. Her baby was born preterm at 27 weeks of gestation with a birth weight of 1.16kg. A normal delivery actually happens after 37 weeks of pregnancy and the expected baby weight is

  • Thank you SMF team

    Post date : September 13, 2018 | By : Amin | No comments yet

    Rupsana Nepali, a 26 months old girl child lives with her mother at Jagati, Bhaktapur.  Her parents Subhadra Karki and Ravi Nepali had an intercaste love marriage when they were very young. Both her parents originally belong to Sindhupalchok where they met and started liking each other. They got married despite the approval of their families and were therefore disowned from both the families. Rupsana was born at Bhaktapur Hospital. She had

  • “Heartily Thank you -SMH Team”

    Post date : June 24, 2015 | By : Amin | No comments yet

      I am Binda Singh from a very marginalized family of Jajarkot district which is 600 kilomiters away from Kathmandu. I came down from there with my family to seek job for survival. I am very grateful that Siddhi Memorial Hospital has treated my new born baby during the earthquake disaster and saved my daughter treating at Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for a period of two weeks. I was hopeless that my baby will survive but because of g

  • Triplate at NICU

    Post date : June 23, 2015 | By : Amin | No comments yet

    Bishnu Maya Banmala, aged 31, resident of Bhaktapur-4, gave birth to a set of premature triplets at a preterm gestation of 34 weeks. The tiny baby girls urgently needed intensive support, which the family could not afford. With tears rolling from his eyes, the father, Dinesh, handed over the babies to the doctors at Siddhi, begging them to save the girls. The babies were admitted to the neonatal intensive care