MVR was one of the true leaders of Men Kerala produced. Hailing from an ordinary family of workers in Pappinissery in Cannore district, he joined communist movement in his early teens and soon after became it’s most popular leader. He served two terms as Minister of Co-operation and ports in Kerala during 1991-1996 and 2001-2006 respectively. Late. M. V. Raghavan was a visionary who had revolutionised the cooperative sector in Kerala and ensured that the co-operative sector actively participated in the health and education segment of Kerala.
Known as the doyen of the co-operative movement in the state, M. V. Raghavan was instrumental in setting up numerous other institutions across Kerala, always tapping into further possibilities of the co-operative sector to create new jobs. A leader who helped transform the banking and healthcare system in Kerala, the backbone of a developing society, M. V. Raghavan became a votary of reforms and development, inspiring generations to dream and make them possible through co-operation. MVR Cancer Centre, a Calicut City Service Co-operative Bank initiative, pays tribute to M. V. Raghavan; the leader who dreamt of quality healthcare that was accessible to all.
C. N. Vijayakrishnan
By means of our humble endeavour – the care foundation, we intend to root out cancer as a disease from the map of Kerala. It might seem as a daunting task, but I feel it isn’t so. With proper technologies in place and with the right amount of awareness in spread, the disease can indeed be brought under control. What one needs in making this happen is will power. It is this will power that brought us all together under the ambit of our foundation to make affordable cancer treatment a reality.
Defeating a monster like cancer requires a combined effort from all of us. I humbly seek your help in battling this monstrosity, tooth and nail. When we join hands together, nothing is impossible. With your support, the myriad challenges posed by this deadly disease can easily be tackled.
Dr. Narayanankutty Warrier is one of the most well-known oncologists from India who has nearly three decades of experience in cancer treatment. Dr. Warrier trained from Adyar Cancer Institute, India, M.D Anderson Cancer Centre, Texas, USA and Royal Marsden Hospital London, UK. He is also a member of American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) & Member of European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO).
MVR Cancer Centre is a ‘dream came true’ institution that delivers state-of-the-art quality cancer treatment at affordable costs. Aiming to help all cancer patients irrespective of their financial strata. The institution also aims to become a centre of excellence by offering the most advanced treatment, training and research in the field of cancer. A team of 60 eminent doctors who have proven their merit in their respective fields have joined the team to achieve this.
The mass care scheme of INR 10,000/- fixed deposit for INR 5 lakhs treatment plan from MVR Cancer Centre and Research Institute after its 1 year maturity is becoming more easily accessible to the general public from the newly inaugurated counter in our (MVRCCRI’s) campus. The counter stands by the City Service Cooperative Bank […]
The MVR Cancer Centre and Research Institute hosted an international meet of all oncologists spanning 3 days from Sept 28th 2018 to Sept 30th 2018. The event was inaugurated by the Hon. Governor Palanisamy Sathasivam. THEME: Consensus and Controversies in Oncology The conference was supported by Cleveland Clinic USA. The highlight of the conference was that […]
Department of Anaesthesiology and perioperative medicine of MVRCCRI, Chooloor conducted the first of the MVR Anaesthesia CME series on July 15 th 2018. It was a very focused CME – “Thoracic Anaesthesia: An Update” and was well attended and appreciated by practicing anaesthesiologists and post graduate students alike. It was a one day program with […]
Department of Medical Physics & Radiation Safety, MVRCCRI is conducting written examination and followed by an interview for the selection of candidates for the following program: Name of program: Medical Physics Internship Eligibility: MSc. Physics + Dip R.P/ MSc. Radiation Physics or equivalent Duration: 1 year Date & time of test: 14 -05- 2018 […]
The MVRCCRI, set up by the Care Foundation initiated by Calicut City Service Cooperative Bank, is situated on 17 acre property at Vellalaserri in Kozhikode district with 300 bed strength spread over six lakhs square feet area. The Centre is named after the late CMP leader M. V. Raghavan. Inaugurated on January 17 2017, both the OP and IP departments are functional from January 18 2017. The Hospital established at a cost of INR 350 Crore has spent INR 150 crore for acquiring the latest Equipment.