Udupi: Lombard Memorial Hospital to launch ‘INSPIRE’ green hospital project

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (TP)

Udupi, Jun 13: On the occasion of the 101st anniversary of CSI Lombard Memorial (Mission) Hospital (LMH), ‘INSPIRE’, green hospital project to be launched, at LMH premises on June 15.

Dr Sushil Jathanna, director of Mission Hospital, in the press meet held on June 13, said, “INSPIRE is a three to five years programme. Race to ‘zero’ is Lombard's pledge, means to achieve carbon neutrality and climate resilience.The project is planned with mission, purpose, community impact and alignment. The project is named as ‘INSPIRE’ in which each letter represents different goals and approaches. Goals of this project are environmental impact, leadership, cost savings, health benefits and community engagement. The project is aimed at benefiting the society.

"Hemachandra Kumar, bishop of the CSI Karnataka Southern Diocese, will inaugurate the installation of solar panels, providing renewable energy to the entire hospital campus. Dr Ishwar Gadad, District health officer of Udupi, will be the chief guest. Nise Meruno, musician from Nagaland, Ivan Soans, CSI area chairman, will be the guests of honour," he said. 

Deena Prabhavathi, administrative officer, Dr Ganesh Kamath, senior medical officer, Rohini Rathnakar, public relation officer and head of community services, were present. 




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