Welcome To NATCO
NATCO - Network and Alliance of Transplant Coordinators is a registered non-profit charitable trust with the vision to improve the professional careers of Transplant Coordinators and promote organ donation.
The Network and Alliance of Transplant Coordinators (NATCO) is a Membership organization committed to the advancement of organ and tissue donation and the professional development of transplant coordinators of India and neighbouring countries. It is dedicated to advancing education, promoting certifications and furthering the professional development of donation and transplant coordinators in the community, to empower each individual to reach his or her highest potential.
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Counselling Families for Hand Donation - Masterclass by NATCO and MOHAN Foundation
NATCO and MOHAN Foundation bring to you MasterclassSat, 27/05/2023 - 4.30 pm
Masterclass On “Counselling Families for Hand Donation”
While many of us have been counseling for organ donation for years, how many of us have counseled a family for hand donation? Do we know what it involves? Are we sure what we need to tell the family while asking for a hand donation? Who will this donation help? Will the entire hand and forearm be transplanted? These are some of the questions that we may need answers to. Learn from Dr. Nilesh Kachhadiya (Assistant Professor, Civil Hospital Surat). Dr Kachhadiya has counselled over 200 families, during his time at Civil Hospital Ahmedabad and now at Civil Hospital Surat and has got consent in close to 150 of these in the last few years, including multiple hand donations. Participation in the Masterclass requires registration. Please click here to register: https://forms.gle/Mm3L26a6j6hAXkQp8
Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling
Cadre of health care professionals dedicated to “Transplant Coordination and Grief Counselling” in India and South Asia.
The International Conference of Transplant Coordinators and Pre-Conference of the 8th National Bioethics Conference of ForumRead More
12th National Annual Transplant Coordinators’ Conference in association with CMHS held at IIM, AhmedabadRead More
11th Annual Transplant Coordinators’ Conference at St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences, BengaluruRead More
10th Annual Transplant Coordinators’ Conference at Brilliant Convention Centre, IndoreRead More
Meet Our Executive Committee
The NATCO Executive Committee comprises of members drawn from all parts of the country who are elected democratically through an open and systematic election process. The election takes place once every two years.
Ms.Arati Gokhale works as a Central Coordinator in the Zonal Transplant Coordinator Centre (ZTCC) of Pune.
Ms. Pallavi Kumar is the Executive Director of the Delhi NCR office of MOHAN Foundation, which she also set up in 2011.
Ms. Pallavi Kumar
Ms. Jaya Jairam is the Centre Head and Project Manager at MOHAN Foundation, Mumbai. An engineer, with a post graduation in Finance,
Ms. Jaya Jairam
Ms. Surekha Joshi, a senior transplant coordinator working from Pune since 1997. She has counselled positively more than 125 families for organ donation.
Ms. Surekha Joshi
Starting off as a Helpline Executive in MOHAN Foundation in 2016, Siva Shankar has been part of numerous awareness initiatives and training activities.
Mr. Siva Shankar T S
Dr.Hemal Kanvinde is the Quality Assurance Officer of MOHAN Foundation. She has previously worked with non-profits in the areas of livelihood and biodiversity.
Dr. Hemal Kanvinde
Armed with a Bachelors in Physiotherapy and Masters in Hospital Administration, Dr. Bhanu Chandra has been working in the field of organ donation and transplant for over a decade.
Dr. Bhanu Chandra Dharani Pal
Ms. Bhavna Jagwani is a member of the Advisory Committee of MOHAN Foundation and also the State Organ Donation/Transplant Committee member.
Ms. Bhavna Jagwani
Dr. Muneet Kaur Sahi began her stint with MOHAN Foundation in 2011 as a Transplant Coordinator and was awarded the Best Transplant Coordinator Award in the year 2013 at the Transplant Coordinators’ Workshop held in Hyderabad.
Dr. Muneet Kaur Sahi
Armed with a Masters in Social Work, MBA in Healthcare & Administration and PGDCSR, Mayuri has 12 years of experience in the field of organ donation and transplantation, counselling, fund-raising and CSR activities.
Ms. Mayuri Barge
A senior transplant coordinator, with experience of over 22 years, Vrinda is presently working with Jehangir Hospital in Pune, Maharashtra.
Ms. Vrinda Pusalkar
Ms. Priyanka Borah is a Professional Social Worker from Dergaon, Assam. Determined to provide support to people to bring their desired changes in their lives and the places they live in made her dive into this field in the year 2011.
Ms. Priyanka Borah
Lt. Col. Pioni V is a Senior Transplant Coordinator who was commissioned into the Military Nursing Service in 1996, specialising in critical care nursing and Ob and Gynae nursing.
Lt. Col. Pioni V
Mr. Ahsan Ullah Ansari is the Director of Eira Healthcare Private Limited and the Founder Chairman of Eira Foundation, a registered non-profit charitable trust with a vision to serve the community service and promote deceased organ donation in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
Mr. Ahsaan Ullah Ansari
Dr. Amit Joshi presently serves as Officer on Special Duty (Medical Administration) at Bombay Hospital, Indore (M.P). He has successfully coordinated 42 cadaver donations and more than 400 live transplants in Indore.
Dr. Amit Joshi
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Swamy Narayan Best Transplant Coordinator’ Award was instituted in the memory of late Swamy Narayan, son of Ms Lalitha Raghuram ( Country Director, MOHAN Foundation) whose organs saved multiple lives post his tragic, untimely demise.
What members Say!
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