Health

VISION:  A Healthy Society, which upholds the dignity and respect for Human Life

MISSION: To proclaim the Kingdom of God through the holistic healing ministry to uphold the fullness of human life. 

 GOAL: 1. BY 2025 DIOCESE HAS MISSION HOSPITAL MODELS, WHICH PROMOTES HUMANIZED, AFFORDABLE, RATIONAL AND QUALITY HEALTH CARE.

CORE GROUP

Joint Secretary: Sr. Rita Bijapur (Bijapur)

Members

Sr. Lucy Priya (Chithapur) Sr. Sangeetha (Santhpur)


Fr. Santhosh Dias

Fr. Santhosh Dias


Secretary
Commission for Health care





COMMISSION FOR HEALTH – MISSION 2025 – REPORT FOR THE PERIOD April 2018 TO March 2019

Objective: 1. By March 2019 people in 60 villages will be educated on health, hygiene, communicable and non-communicable diseases.  

S. no. Activity Person Responsible No of Participants Place & Date Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Awareness Program to the SHG women on health, hygiene, communicable and non-communicable diseases Sr. Alice AMSK Dongapur 30 Talk and interaction
Presentation through charts
Women became aware of the water borne diseases
Learnt to Personal health and hygiene.
Aware about the supplement nutrition food preparation
Learnt few Home remedies for minor illness.
2 Awareness program to the students on personal health and hygiene Sr. Dr. Sumi AMSK Kalwadi govt school
Satyanikethan school Bhalki
Dongapur Govt. School
5 schools Talk and interaction Students became aware of the health and hygiene
Became aware of how to prevent diseases
3 Awareness to women SHGs Sr. Sandra and Health Personnel and the Social workers 16 villages 640 women and children Talk, LCD, Video clippings Improved health
Health issues are solved
Referral took
4 Mobile Health clinic Medical officer Dr. Vishwalatha
Nurse – 2
16 villages 1200 OPD covered Screening, minor treatment, Referral takes place, Health education, Home care nursing and Counseling Referrals. Home care given, and follow up done
5 Health awareness and personal hygiene to the catholic women of the Parish Sr. Sandra Jyothi Seva Kendra and Dr.OIGH 25 women Talk and interaction
Referrals
Women became aware of the health issues and able to get them healed
6 Health awareness program to the adolescents (School health education)
– Sex education
– Growth and physiology
Adolescents health issues
Sr. Sandra 3 villages 240 students Talk and Interactions Awareness on health issues
7 Health awareness on healthy living –( Health, hygiene & communicable diseases -specially water borne diseases ) MTCH health education team 30 – 40 villages Village women, children & SHG members.
20 – 30no/ activity/per place
Talk with posters, handbills, and charts There is decrease of health complaints on these health issues from these villages The women take interest to keep their house clean and orderly. Safe drinking water provision –boiling the water and storing it in a closed container
8 Health awareness to Asha and Anganawadi workers- communicable and non communicable diseases MTCH health education team Three PHC’s – Kamalapur, Mahagaon & Aurad Hoblis 30-40 Persons in each PHCs IEC materials available in the PHCs and the training materials of MTCHT Interested to learn more to improve their quality of service at Anganawadi centers and Asha workers in their house visits, etc. Asha workers motivate and direct the clients to avail the facilities made available in the NGO and Govt. sectors
9 Active Involvement in the Immunization program at Anganawadi centers MTCH health education team along with the ANM & Asha workers Kamalapur, Mahagaon and Aurad PHC areas 50-80 women with their kids in each center per program Immunization done
Disease prevention approach used
PHC – Asha workers and Anganawadi center staff work in unison with us

Objective: 2. By March 2019 around 15,000 people will receive the quality health care, as outpatient, inpatient and on day-care basis from Health care centers

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Outpatient care given at Maria Kripa Clinic Sr. Sangeetha During the year
Santhpur
More than 900 patients Treatment and care Outpatient basis Primary care is given
Counseling
Spiritual care given
Cured patients approach Maria Kripa Health center when they suffer from minor ailments
2 Outpatient care given at AMSK Bhalki Sr. Alice and Sr. Dr. Sumi, Dr. Shivaraj Patel, Dr. Jagadish Bore AMSK Bhalki Total 14,000 patients.
Skin infection : More than 10,000
Other ailments 5,000
Outpatient basis care given Skin medical treatment and care was given
Happy with the skin treatment
Registration fees Is Rs.50
Medicine fees they purchase
Per day = 1,500
Earlier it was free and now they want it free
Come in cars and bike and want to have free treatment
Since low cost and medicine for skin complaints available at very low cost people come
Many rich people also come from Maharastra
3 Outpatient care and treatment at MTCH Medical team of MTCH Gulbarga – During the year 2783 Patients treated of different health issues Treated as outpatient basis As a secondary Health care center and secondary complex care center patients received healing People who received the care and treatment are happy. Still the progress has to be made
4 Outpatient treatment at Dr.OIG Hospital Chithapur Dr. Vishwalatha and Sr. Sandra and Sr. Antony Mary DR.Om Indo German Hospital 5400 patients OPD Basis People are helped with curative approach and getting healed Recurrence of the same disease to same person has decreased
5 Surgery camps
-Cleft lips

-Cleft Pallet

-Plastic surgery

-Reconstructive Surgery

-Implantations
General Surgery
Sr. Lucy Priya
Sr. Sandra
Dr. Vishwalatha
Twice in a year Surgery done to the 150 needy patients Collaboration with Doctors from Germany and Indian team (DR.OIGH)
Screening
Surgery
Inpatient care
Counsel them
Follow up done
Reconstructive surgeries done
Disability prevented
Health issues are tackled
Permanent solutions for the diseases
6 Referrals done to the higher medical centers Sr. Sangeetha Santhpur More than 100 patients Referrals to the higher centers People received help when the center could not give Secondary and tertiary treatment and care which was required Number of patients for secondary and tertiary care decreased
7 Day care is given at Maria Kripa Health center Sr. Sangeetha SRA During the year
Santhpur
Nearly 90 patients As an immediate treatment IV fluids and other treatment given People received immediate care and treatment as primary health care
8 Day care given at Bhalki Sr. Dr. Sumi During the year 30 patients As an immediate treatment IV fluids and other treatment given Some were supported with immediate care and treatment when it was necessary
9 Inpatient care given at Dr.OIG Hospital Dr. Vishwalatha During the year at Chithapur 10 patients For the emergency care People are supported and helped when grave health reason occurs
10 In patient care given to the Persons affected with Leprosy for the Ulcer management Sr. Alice and Sr.Dr. Sumi During the year 75 Leprosy patients Every day dressing and medicine given. Simple, complicated, severe ulcers were cured Disability prevented and medical rehabilitation done
11 Inpatient treatment and care is given at MTCH Medical team of MTCH MTCH 287 Patients As inpatient care and treatment given All the cases are cured and they are happy. Few of them have written their feed back while they are discharged from the hospital People are happy for the treatment and care that they receive. But still they want it free
12 Day care given to the needy patients at Dr. OIG Hospital Dr. Vishwalatha
And Nurses
During the year – Chithapur 1080 patients Some of the ailments are addressed as primary care Patients are cured from different ailments
13 Day care at MTCH Medical team of MTCH During the year at Gulbarga 379 patients Day care Patients are happy for the immediate care and support
14 18 Health check up camps in the villages Medical team of MTCH 18 villages 60-70 patients per camp Visit to the villages
Health check ups
Medicine prescribed
Free medicine availed few times
Medicine provided with reasonable cost
A majority of the patients were from the poorer section of the community, and they were relieved that health facilities were available at their door step Majority of the patients treated were elderly men and women who had no means of either visiting a hospital, or the cash to go to the hospital for treatment are happy.
15 Free Dental treatment camp every Saturday at MTCH Al-Badr dental college, Kalaburgi & MTCH team MTCH Gulbarga 8-15 patients per visit per day Screening and treatment in the mobile bus and in the Satellite Dental clinic Many dental cases are treated One of the major health issue of the rural people are addressed

Objective: 3. By March 2019 around 100 persons with Tuberculosis are given care and treatment in our health centers. 

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 TB patients were referred to the Govt. hospital for DOT Sr. Sangeetha Maria Kripa Santhpur Around 10 patients Referrals made DOT treatment received from proper Govt. hospital and some have completed the treatment Prevented from untimely deaths
2 TB patients referred to Bidar government hospital Sr. Dr. Sumi AMSK Bhalki 2 patients Referral made Patients are on treatment Prevented from death
3 Care of persons with Tuberculosis at MTCH Medical team of MTCH MTCH Gulbarga 6 patients DOT and treatment for other complications Five persons have completed the course of treatment
4 As a DOT Center Mr. Anand Social worker Dr.OIG Hospital and Jyothi Seva Kendra Trust 4 patients supported with medicine Giving medicine every day in front of a social worker Cure from the TB is assured
The TB patients are taken care who come to the hospital
5 TB cases door to door survey in collaboration with Taluka Govt. Hospital Mr. Anand
And Govt. Hospital health personnel
High prevalence area of Chithapur town
-Asar Mohalla

– Station Tanda

-Ashraya Clooney

– January 2019

87 suspected

27 positive cases
5000 households Symptoms
Suspected cases referred for screening at Taluka Govt. Hospital
Door to Door survey
Forms filled
Referrals
Sputum test
Reporting to the Govt. Taluka Health department
Awareness created in the high risk areas
People know that the Govt avail medicine for treatment
6 Awareness program to the TB high risk areas Mr. Anand and Social workers team of Jyothi Seva Kendra
Dr. OIG Hospital and Taluka Hospital
High prevalence area of
Chithapur town

-Asar Mohalla

-Station Tanda

-Ashraya Clooney
17 patients at Jyothi Seva Kendra Talk
Interaction
Counseling
Patients are steadily followed and out of danger

– TB cured
Grow healthy
7 Supplement Nutrition to the DOT patients Mr. Anand

Sr. Celine

Social work team
17 patients Every month they are given : B protein, Jaggary and Grains ContentDOT patient grow health as they consume the medicine regularly DOT patient grow health as they consume the medicine regularly
8 Day care to the DOT patients – nutrition support Dr.OIG Hospital ContentJyothi Seva Kendra and Dr. OIG Hospital 17 patients IV fluids with Multi vitamin To be in compliance with DOT treatment
To adhere with the DOT treatment
9 Financial assistance given to the needy TB patients Jyothi Seva Kendra Jyothi Seva Kendra 3 persons Cash is given To support the family expenditure to maintain the patients expenses
10 TB eradication day was celebrated in collaboration with Taluka health center Mr. Anand and team Jyothi Seva Kendra 27 patients and staff Talk
Interaction
Distribution of nutrition
Counseling
Awareness given

Objective: 4. By March 2019 mother and children who suffer from malnutrition in 60 villages will receive nutrition support either from the Government or from the likeminded NGOs.

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Supplement Nutrition to the Children – Class 1 to Class 10th Jyothi Seva Kendra staff Jyothi Seva Kendra – Chithapur 150 needy Children To support the children good health
To have regular education
To support the poor families
Avoid child labor
Avoid school dropouts
Health children in the poor families
2 Treatment given to the malnutrition children Sr. Alice and Sr. Dr. Sumi AMSK Bhalki More than 100 children 3 years to 10 years Vitamin tablets provided 100 children growing healthy Healthy children in the villages
3 Weekly on Thursday Vitamin Angels programme for Free administration of Vit. A drops, Tab. Albendazole for under five’s ones in six month and free distribution of Multivitamin tabs for pregnant mothers MTCH health education team Kamalapur, Mahagaon and Aurad PHC areas 50 to 80 children per visit and 10 15 women Medicine administered Health Children and Mothers

Objective: 5. By March 2019 at least 800 people with disability will receive the community based rehabilitation from community health programs

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Leprosy patients were given aids and appliances Sr. Alice and sr. Sumi AMSK Bhalki 15 patients Aids and appliances provided such as Crutches, walking sticks and elbow crutches Mobility ensured
PAL are independent to move on their own and able to manage on their own
Dependency is removed
2 10 Medical checkup camps for Patients affected with leprosy with the free supply of medicine, MCR footwears, Aids and appliances, and blankets given. MTCH & MTCHT team MTCH 35-40patients per camp -Health Check up

-Ulcer treatment

-Medicine distributed

-Follow up done

-Counseling done
178 Leprosy affected persons received treatment and care Leprosy patients approach MTCH for care and support and many are mainstreamed to the family and society
3 Leprosy Case Detection Campaign (LCDC Collaboration with District Leprosy department ) Oct 22nd to 4th Nov 2018 (KLB. Dist) 5000 households Door to door survey 38 new cases detected and they are on MDT treatment Step towards Leprosy free district
4 Ulcer care to the PAL Sr. Dr. Sumi AMSK

Dr. Kaviraj MTCH
During the year 1265 ulcer treated OPD level Medication
Dressing
Ulcer cured
Disability prevented
5 MCR sandals AMSK
MTCHT
During the year 500 PAL patients MCR footwear provided Disability prevented
6 PAL new cases detected AMSK
MTCH
During the year 41 cases Screening One is child below 14 years
Rest 18 adults
7 PAL cases are on treatment given – MDT AMSK During the year 35 cases MDT provided On treatment for cure
8 DPMR – Disability prevention and Medical rehabilitation camp for the PAL in collaboration with the DLO office and Punjab boot house MTCHT 11th Sept 2018 52 persons benefitted Medical check up
Talk on self care
MCR footwear and aids and appliances distributed
Rehabilitation support received
9 Assessment camp for aids & appliances to the persons with disability. CBR Team of MTCH Trust and Samarthya APD NGO MTCH 157 Disabled persons Assessment The list of selected 100 disabled persons for aids and appliances supply submitted to donor agency
10 Early intervention program (0-6 years) to the children with disability: ContentMTCH team APD team MTCH 32 children with disability with their parents/caregivers attended the program at the MTCH campus Assessment Each of the 32 disabled children were given a thorough check up by the APD personnel, and a list was prepared regarding the aids and appliances required by the children
11 Mentally challenged persons – day care Sr. Winnifred, Disha day care center @ MTCH 47 children Physiotherapy
Treatment and care for the minor ailments
Supplement nutritional food
Counseling to the care givers
The children were over excited, in the beginning as this was their first exposure outdoors, slowly they calmed down and began to play with one another, and some of the children began to recognize the MTCH staff and others
12 Home based physiotherapy by the sister in charge through family visits, demonstration to the care givers: CBR team and MTCH team Client’s houses 20 clients Physiotherapy
Counseling
Children are encouraged and helped to gain confidence to perform their ADL (Activities of daily life)
13 Two Spinal cord injury Medical and Social rehabilitation camps were helped to assess their medical fitness and to initiate physiotherapy to make them self confident for their ADL independently Samarthya APD organization & MTCH team MTCH Gulbarga 10clients per camp attended The patients who were depending on their care taker for their ADL are confident to move independently for their needs Boosting of energy and self-confidence for their free movement. Interaction with other clients
14 Education rights of the children with disability – Awareness program called – We ring the bell MTCH team (Swabhiman Project – CHAI-LF) 13th March’19. Zaffarabad &Syed Chincholi village Kalaburagi 921 participants School children, school teachers and village community -Awareness talks

-Rally

-Handbills distribution of PWD welfare act 2016

-Assurance of use of 3% of funds for the education of the children with disability in the Panchayaths
ConteDisabled children to join the main stream i.e. schools both Govt and privatent School children, Head masters, teachers, GP members, SDMC presidents and village community have expressed that they would do the needful in the next academic year
15 CBR activities (Jeevana Sankalpa program MTCHT community health team Kamlapur, Mahagaon and Aurad hoblies – 30 villages 300 children and youth with disabilities Community based approach 300 children and youth are in the process of rehabilitation All the hidden cases of disability began to approach MTCHT
16 Swabhiman new project began from Nov 2018 Mr. Ranganathan Program officer and Mr. Shivaraj Coordinator Pattan Hobli
(4 Panchayaths, 11 villages)
CBR for 89 +14 children and youth with disability CBR The process of CBR began with IRP (Individual Rehabilitation Plan)
8 DCOs (Differently able children organizations) formed
2 Corrective surgeries done
DCO
DCO leadership training given
17 Content38 children with disability assessed for assistive devices and list is sent to Regional rehabilitation center Davangere RRC – Davangere,
Disability welfare office,
MTCHT
Disability welfare office 38 children and youth with disability Assessment 38 children list is sent to RRC Davangere
18 110 children and youth obtained basic documents Govt depts. 4 hoblies 108 Children and youth Handholding training and application 110 children and youth have social security documents
19 Community health staff had exposure program to the CBR activities of Samarthy NGO – Koppal MTCHT Koppal 7 persons Visit, talk, demos, interaction More clarity in spinal cord injury program specific and CBR in general
20 Need assessment of the persons with disability by MSW students of TATA Institute of Social Science and APD Pattan and Kamlapur hoblis Gulbarga 15 students Survey
Interviews
Proper need assessment reports prepared for the future interventions

Objective: 6: By 2019, at least 10% of the patients in our health centers use the herbal medicine as an alternative medicine.  

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Herbal Medicine prescribed Sr. Dr. Sumi Bhalki AMSK 150 patients Prescription given Alternative medicine promoted
Many patients like it and continue
Many have been cured due to herbal medicine. And they continue asking it for other ailments
2 Patients and their care givers are taught how to prepare Herbal medicine Sr. Dr. Sumi and Sr. Alice Bhalki AMSK 120 patients Prepared and taught Many prepare at home and use it Many have reported that they are cured
3 Herbal medicine given Sr. Dr. Sumi Bhalki 130 patients Herbal medicine provided
4 Homeopathic medicine provided Sr. Dr. Sumi Bhalki 300 patients Homeopathic medicine provided
5 Herbal garden initiated MTCHT MTCHT premises -October -2018 25 plants available Area allotted and herbal plants are planted Have developed a rapport with Dr Nirmala Ayurvedic college professor, who had supplied herbal saplings.
Visit by Krishi vignana Kendra AGRI Officers who have visited the herbal garden and have given suggestions
Efforts are on to prepare herbal medicines in collaboration with the Ayurveda college, Kalaburagi

GOAL: 2. BY 2025 DIOCESE HAS EFFECTIVE HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS AND STRUCTURES TO CARE THE SICK AND THE SUFFERING.

Objective: 1. By March 2019 at least 150 People who are addicted to Alcohol and other substance use will be treated and rehabilitated through the de-addiction centers.

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1 Alcoholic patients helped as Inpatients and Follow up
In patient care
Medicine
Counseling
Follow up
Sr. Alice and Sr. Dr. Sumi AMSK Bhalki 55 patients In patient admission for 5 to 7 days 65% results Happy families of those who have completely given up alcohol consumption
2 De-addiction camp – 49 participants – 6camps Sr. Dr. Adelcia MTCHT AshaDeepa Center @MTCH trust campus 49 patients as Camp participants
30 persons as community based
21 days residential camp approach 65% of the alcoholics who have attended the camp have given up alcohol -Families have been reunited
– children of alcoholic families have rejoined school
– A majority of the alcoholics have gone back to work and have taken responsibility of their households
– Smiles of satisfaction and happiness are visible on parent’s faces.

Objective: 2. By March 2019 around 1000 adults and children living with HIV/AIDS will receive care and treatment through the community care centers.

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Care and support to the PHLIV Sr. Rita Francis
Br. Vincent
Bijapur and Jewargi
During the year
460 patients OP
IP
Day care
ART
Life span increased
PLHIV live without fear of immediate death
Patients come from far and near and find solace
2 Sparsha Care and support to the CLHIV Fr. Bapu Kaudiyal 25 children IP
ART
CLHIV life saved for few years Most needy receive care.
3 Svetlana project for free check up of HIV test MTCH lab. team & Svetana coordinator MTCH 105 free test for HIV conducted Lab tests Few HIV positive cases found and referred for further care and support and ART
4 HIV/AIDS symptomatic treatment Sr. Dr. Sumi AMSK Bhalki 5 patients OPD basis Related ailments treated
5 CCC Project Planned for 3 organization of the Diocese H. Com Secretary Jan 2019 Expression of interest to participate in the program is sent Names of St. Joseph CCC Bijapur, ORBIT and MTCHT is included
6 Personal health and hygiene talk and general check up to the Sparsha center Sr. Dr. Sumi, Sr. Dr. Felly and two postulants July 2018 25 children Visit
Health check up
Talk
Medical support and awareness

Objective: 3. By March 2019 the Diocese has given geriatric care at least to 20 elderly sick persons.

S. no. Activity Person Responsible No of Participants Place & Date Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Aged people given inpatients helped AMSK Bhalki 10 patients Inpatient care and treatment Elderly people received care
2 Senior citizen day in the Parish and in the village Sr. Celine Chithapur Parish
And Sathnoor village
13 persons
45 persons
Talk , instructions, games, cultural program, memento presented and refreshments Senior citizens were respected and honored

Objective: 5. By March 2019, a proposal is submitted to begin a separate unit as a Home for the Destitute and mentally challenged to give shelter, treatment and rehabilitation.

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Aged people given inpatients helped AMSK Bhalki 10 patients Inpatient care and treatment Elderly people received care
2 Senior citizen day in the Parish and in the village Sr. Celine Chithapur Parish
And Sathnoor village
13 persons
45 persons
Talk , instructions, games, cultural program, memento presented and refreshments Senior citizens were respected and honored

OTHER ACTIVITIES :

S. no. Activity Person Responsible Place & Date No of Participants Method Results/Outcome Impact on the Participants
1 Eye screening Sr. Rajani Santhpur on March 8th, 2019 60 women Screening Referrals are done for further treatment and surgeries
2 Medical checkup for the Divya Jyothi School students Sr. Dr. Sumi Dr. Shivaraj Patil, Sr. Jospine, Sangeetha March 2018 200 Students Health check up Students health screened and referrals done
3 Students health check ups Dr. vishwalath and Sr. Sandra 2 village school 300 students Check up
Screening
Child health promoted
4 3 Free cancer screening camps held at MTCHT NH city medical team & MTCH team MTCH

18th Nov

17 Dec

18th Jan
50-70persons per camp Suspected cases referred 36 cases referred for higher treatment
5 Arogya Chithara – Quarterly bulletin published MTCHT staff August – 2018 3000 copies has been printed Printed and published 2900 bulletins have been dispatched, and persons and Institutions have come to know regarding the various activities of MTCHT
6 Christmas celebration with celebration of the Holy Eucharist and felicitation prog. MTCHT staff Dec 25 Approximately 350 people attended the program Eucharist
Felicitation
A number of persons who helped MTCHT recognized and felicitated
7 MoU signed with Al Badar Dental college and Hospital for regular camps on Saturdays at MTCHT MTCHT June 2018 MoU signed 300 persons received dental care
8 Established MTCH Trust office and the staff office MTCHT Community Health staff has place to plan the programs
9 Empanelled with Arogya Karnataka and Ayushman Bharath Health Protection Scheme (AB-ArK) Director

Administrator

MTCHT
Gulbarga Application filed Empanelled for AB-ArK Part of the Govt. health scheme
Collaboration with Govt. Scheme in the future
10 FCRA certificate received Fr. Santhosh Dias, Director MTCHT July 3rd 2019 Application Thereafter received funds from 3 funding agencies
4th project is approved
Enables MTCHT in outreach programs to expand its activities, and serve the poor and needy more extensively.
11 Networking and collaboration with likeminded organizations and institutions MTCHT During the year Contacts CHAI, CHAKA, ADD India, Federal Bank, Selco Solar lights foundation, AIFO – AMICI, APD, Rotary Clubs and Inner wheel clubs, Svetlana NGO, Punjab Boot house, Samooha- Samarthya NGO, NH city Bangalore, SCN Congregation, Apostolic Carmel Sisters Congregation, Sitharam Jindal foundation, Al Badar Dental College and Hospital, KBN Nursing College, Hingulambika Ayurvedic College, District Leprosy office, RRC Davangere, District Anti Tobacco Cell, District Mental welfare Department, DHO office, THO office, Krishnamurthy Hospital Bidar, PHCs, Asha workers, Anganwadi workers, Teachers, Panchayath members, village leaders, CSR fund, Programs sanctioned, support received to help the poor and the needy patients

Future Plans:

  • Appointing a good committed Doctors and a team of Doctors
  • Starting Cataract eye surgery camps once in a month
  • Health check up camps and Care and support camp to the mentally challenged children and youth
  • Appointing a Physiotherapy Doctor for Weekly basis Physiotherapy
  • Starting the care and support to the Destitute, aged Sick persons under Divya Chethana project
  • To train the Multipurpose Hospital workers
  • Establishing the Medical rehabilitation center for Spinal cord injury patients