Meherbai Tata Memorial Hospital (MTMH), a trust hospital was established in 1975. Inaugurated by J R D Tata, then Chairman, Tata Sons on February 4, 1975 the hospital was built with a sum of Rs. 10 lakhs, including a donation of Rs. 3 lakhs from the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and disbursements by several institutions and individuals. The hospital has catered to patients from Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal and Nepal since then. In 2018, Tata Trusts stepped in with a grant to expand the facilities, infrastructure and level of treatment at MTMH, so that it could become a referral center for cancer patients in Jharkhand.
MTMH Supports poor patients through designated MTMH Poor Bed Fund and through donations received from both corporate and private donors. It is a designated Ayushman Centre. OPD Consultation is free for BPL patients. For the convenience of attendants, MTMH facilitates Tata Workers Union and Rotary Shelters.
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Tata push for cancer care
The Meherbai Tata Memorial Hospital (MTMH), a 72-bed trust-managed cancer hospital located here, is set to become the first comprehensive cancer-care centre of the state with Tata Trusts deciding to support the hospital in a massive round of upgradation, which was inaugurated on Saturday by Tata Trusts chairman Ratan Tata.Read more
We will continue to provide life to patients: Ratan Tata
The Tata Trust chairman was accompanied by Tata Sons chairman N. Chandrasekaran and Tata Steel managing director and CEO, T V Narendran during his visit to the upgraded hospital in Dhatkidih and reviewed the newly installed services and technology.Read more
We are now looking at utilising our resources, our skills and our vision to address issues and needs that have been largely ignored.
Ratan N Tata
Chairman, Tata Trusts
Caring for patients from Eastern India and Nepal
of fighting cancer