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Support Services from BTF (Accomodation and Transport)



How do I manage living and commuting in the city (Mumbai)?

The treatment of brain tumour involves a lengthy process, which requires you to be close to the hospital. This can be a problem if you do not live, or have relatives, in Mumbai. Often those affected may face difficulties in movement, especially travelling in buses and trains while commuting to and from the hospital. Talk to the BTF staff and your hospital social workers about your problems. They will advise you about special buses organised by the hospital, and also suggest places you and your family can stay during the course of your treatment - of course, depending on your need and affordability.

A list of places for accommodation, their addresses, names of the person to contact, and charges, if any, are with the BTF staff.


Some accomodation facilities

Dr. Ernest Borges Memorial Home (With free transport to hospital)
Near Guru Nanak Hospital
Kalanagar Bandra (East)
Mumbai 400 051
Telephone : 26441404

GADGE MAHARAJ Dharamshala Mission Trust
Dadasaheb Phalke Marg,
Gadge Baba Street
Dadasaheb Phalke Marg,
Dadar (East), Mumbai 400 014
Phone: 24222496, 24134598

Bharat Sevashram Sangha (With free transport to hospital)
Vashi Gaon, New Mumbai
Swami Prshantananda
Phone: 27826625

Ahuja Dharamshala
Behind Hindmata Cinema
Parel, Mumbai 400 012

The Bombay Mother and Child Welfare Trust
Mhaskars Nursing Home
B. D. D. Chawl No 31
Near Delisle Road, Police Station
Mumbai 400 013
Phone: 2411 0561

Bharat Seva Sadan Trust
18-A Dadasaheb Phalke
Near Ranjeet Studio
Dadar (East), Mumbai 400 014
Phone: 24110561

Shri Kumavat Seva Trust
Sita Niwas Hall
Opp. Railway Ground
Parel, Mumbai 400012
8. Tilak Hospital
50 B. D. D. Chawl
Dr. G. M. Bhosle Marg
Near Jambori Maidan
Worli, Mumbai
Phone: 2493 1930

Nana Palkar Samruti Samiti
158, Chamar Baug Cross Street
Off Ambedkar Road
Mumbai
Phone: 2417 2167


Ambulance Services: (in addition to your hospital ambulance services)

Cancer Patients Aid Association - Phone: 2492 4000/ 24928775

Swati Ambulance Service - Phone : 2386 9215

Bombay City Corp - Phone: 2201 4295


Who to contact in an emergency?

In case of an emergency you should first contact your treating neurosurgeon/oncologist. However if you are unable to reach them, you can contact our BTF research assistant or volunteer who will arrange for you to be attended to, preferably at the same hospital or, if necessary, at the nearest Centre.


You can contact us by:

Phone: (022) 2414 6750 ext. 4153 / 4159
Fax: (022) 2414 6937
E-mail: btf@braintumourindia.com
Pagers: Dial 9602 & ask for 122122
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