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Chairman’s Profile

Dr. C Manoharan is the Founder and Chairman of N G Hospital, Coimbatore India. He founded the 200 bed tertiary care Hospital committed to defining new frontiers in health care by building an environment driven by interdisciplinary collaboration and innovative practice in the field of medicine.

Dr. C Manoharan our leader and a visionary is basically from an agricultural family from A.G Palayam near Dharapuram, Erode District. He did his school in a nearby rural town at China Dharapuram and Completed his under graduation from Bishop College, Trichy.

Dr. C Manoharan graduated from Thanjavur Medical College & Hospital in 1986. He did his Post Graduation in General Surgery at Coimbatore Medical college & Hospital In 1994. He joined in Government service at ESI hospital Singanallur in 1997.

By 2000, he underwent Laproscopy and Endoscopy Training at Mumbai and MGR Medical University respectively. He has undergone training at Singapore and Hongkong. He became Assistant Professor at Coimbatore Medical College in the Department of General Surgery, Laproscopy and Endoscopy, He also started Mobile Laproscopy and Endoscopy clinics in many hospitals in and around Coimbatore district.

Dr. C Manoharan is recognized as an excellent clinician and a Endoscopist. Dr C Manoharan’s mission is to integrate Information Technology and Health care in Hospitals’ journey for providing best quality care at an affordable price.

Dr. C Manoharan


NG Institute of Paramedical Science
A unit of the NG Hospital and Research Centre
Affiliated to the TamilNadu Dr. MGR Medical University

At the time of Independence, the average life expectancy in India was 26.7 yrs. 60 yrs later; the life expectancy has crossed 60 yrs. While this fact reflects the admirable progress made in the healthcare delivery system in India, we are still far behind in equating demand and supply as far as doctors are concerned. Thus in contrast to a doctor being available for every 40, 000 people in developed countries, we can only boast of one for every 4 lakh population. In this scenario, many new demands have arisen on doctors.

Several lakhs of students appear for the Plus Two examinations in India every year. Many of them are unable to enroll for a graduate course that will provide them with employment at the end of their training programme. Skills- based graduate training programmes are the need of the hour. This strategy will help significantly in removing unemployment in our country.

The advancement in the fields of medical diagnostics and medical therapeutics, is, to say the least, awe inspiring-man can now detect abnormalities in the unborn child and doctors are geared to perform surgery in the unborn. Cardiologists can now remove blocks in coronary arteries and the very valves in the heart. Cardio thoracic surgeons can replace a diseased aorta. The orthopedic surgeon implants a pair of new hips and a pair of new knees to walk upright – and many more- All these require time and energy and the use of sophisticated instrumentation techniques.

With the onset of an incessant knowledge explosion in general, and, in scientific medicine in particular, a great urgent need exists, for medical doctors to rely on and get the help of other health professionals in the use of the various highly sophisticated instrumentation available for an early, prompt and specific diagnosis of disease, to design the different forms of therapy necessary and then to offer a convincing prognosis.

This certainly requires a new breed of para professionals who could receive specific training in the use of these instruments to help assist doctors in various ways – for example an anaesthetist who often has to stick around for hours together, while major surgeries are being performed, could well be assisted by a degree holder with training in anaesthesia alone. When the patient is under anaesthesia the Anaesthetist is called upon to monitor various parameters like – the heart, pulse, blood pressure, central venous pressure, arterial pressure, oxygen saturation, electrolytes, the amount of blood loss during surgery etc., To help him to monitor the various para meters a trained hand in the theatre who is well trained to monitor the various para meters will help to contribute to the safety of the patient under anaesthesia.

Similarly, a cardio thoracic surgeon while concentrating on a coronary artery bypass surgery, need not spend time, isolating veins, for anastomosis: a skilled para professional such as a physician assistant could very well carry out this procedure – the latter could also assist doctors in many ways such as obtaining the history of illness etc., reducing the work load of the Doctor who could concentrate exclusively on actual assessment of patients needs and commence proper therapy without further delay.

To cater to these recent and special needs, para professional courses have been specifically designed by experienced doctors to train youngsters, with a 12th standard qualification – especially youngsters with a clear bent of mind and attitude, to learn newer instrumentation skills to aid doctors and help the ailing sick.

These courses are for a period of 3 years + 1 year of Internship. During the first year, basic information regarding the human antomy and physiology, with principles of reaction of tissues and organs in the body to disease, will be imparted as common subjects in the mornings. All afternoon will be devoted to hands-on training in the specific branches opted for by the students. After a suitable examination, a B.Sc degree in the course (named as the Allied Health Science) will be issued by the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR University.

Our Mission
  • To prepare high graduates in the high academic excellence by maintaining the professional standard.
  • To Provide congenial academic atmosphere with avenues for overall personality development of the student
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