Contribute to a fund to sponsor the salary of a pediatrician who treats tribal children or children from villages, INR 1000
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Overview

J Watamull Global Hospital & Research Centre (GHRC) is a multi-disciplinary hospital located in Mt Abu, a hill town in Rajasthan, west India. It is the mission of the hospital to provide specialist (including pediatrics) consultations to all and free or nominally priced treatment to poor and economically weaker patients.

How It Works

• Patients are identified through outreach programmes. Direct walk-in patients are also present.
• Under the outreach program, patients are identified by doctors and confirmed by field workers to be economically weak on the basis of their ration card or a letter from the Sarpanch.
• Once the identification is done, the doctor provides a reference letter so that these patients can avail free treatment at the Hospital.
• The OPD is free for all patients who walk in for treatment, but they are charged for medicines and lab tests.
• If additional treatment or admission in the hospital is required, treatment costs are waived on the basis of confirmation or proof that the patients belongs to economically weaker section.
• Free hospital treatment is provided to children hailing from economically weaker families, most of who are of tribal or village origin.
• Additionally, support is provided for children from BPL card holder families and those suffering from chronic illnesses like Type 1 Diabetes and thalassemia, where the parents cannot afford lifelong treatment.
• Free treatment is also provided to children studying in schools where the hospital runs a nutritional support programme.
• Free treatment is also provided to children coming from adopted villages which form the hospital’s Village Outreach Programme circle.
• When a patient walks in for a consultation, the Patient Relation Officer checks his or her background, interviews the guardian (in the case of children) and makes notes in the patient’s registration book and admission files and decides the eligibility of the case.
• Mostly, the patients’ attire and mannerisms are strong indicators.
• Some paediatric cases are referred by the hospital’s team of doctors and health workers engaged with the community.
• Occasionally, teachers from adopted schools send sick children to the hospital.

Statistics

• 21 – Number of adopted villages forming the hospital’s Village Outreach Programme circle.

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Contribution towards a fund for pediatrician salary 1000.00
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Care for baby Mukesh
Baby MukeshJogi was suffering from hydrocephalus since birth. A month ago, a field worker from Global Hospital was conducting a screening programme near his village Panchdevla, in tehsil Sheogang of district Sirohi. His father Kalu Ram works on a construction site and earns just Rs. 3000 a month
The field worker advised Kalu Ram and Indra, parents of Mukesh, to bring him for surgery to Global Hospital.
Mukesh was operated on successfully in January 2015 by Dr Bhatia from the US. Inhousepaediatrician Dr Dilip Gupta took the responsibility of taking careof Mukesh throughout his hospital stay and monitored his improvement.The hospital bill was Rs.23641 which was completely free for them.

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