Shrimad Rajchandra Hospital
Create a new 200-bed multi-speciality charity community hospital in Valsad, India to replace the existing overcrowded 80 bed one. The rural population face extreme poverty, malnutrition, illiteracy & lack of health awareness. Essential medical care will be provided free of cost or at subsidised rate
November 2017 - April 2019
Charity information: Shrimad Rajchandra Mission Dharampur (uk)
A plaguing concern is providing affordable healthcare solutions to the tribal masses especially in remote areas. The tribal population district face a lack of awareness of basic health-related issues which lead to premature deliveries, physical and mental disabilities, vulnerability to diseases and other medical issues. The existing 80- bed hospital currently has a bed occupancy running at 130% -140%. The overwhelming demand requires a new larger facility to ensure more lives are benefitted.
The proposed new hospital will have 200 beds to cope with the demand and up-to-date facilities to provide optimum care for those in need. Through a holistic programme endeavouring to provide the highest quality health care for the community through 8 steps:
- Health Awareness Programme
- In and out patient services
- Ensuring safe motherhood
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
- Early Intervention Centre
- Child Malnutrition Treatment Centre
- Centre for physically challenged
- Mobile dental van
End the struggle of overflow of patient numbers
Activities» Build new facility with 200 beds
» Provide treatment centres for therapy and after care
» Have a mobile unit to reach out to those unable to get to the hospital
» Educate people to help themselves
The current bed occupancy is 130% -140% - we will work to bring this down and ensure all in need are seen to and are provided the necessary treatment.
Providing services that are otherwise not available nearby
Activities» Provide state of the art and advanced equipment
» Ensure fully qualified and trained staff
» There is space available for future expansion and development of additional services
Through the staff hired and specialist equipment bought. Ensuring staff are sufficiently trained and equipment staffed. Experts have been consulted for equipment list.
Improve the quality of life for admitted patients
Activities» Through opportunities available from a state of the art infrastructure
» Helping with each aspect of a patient’s life not just health through in house laundry and catering
» Providing reassurance to those in need that help is available through various 24 hour services
» Through its modern ways highlighting a better quality of life and educating the local residents
Continued monitoring of statistics about decreased mortality, improved survival rates for babies and increased employment etc.
Activities» Current hospital is unable to meet demands of patients so ensuring all have health care and are attended to
» Teach people about health care and how to take better care of themselves
» Advanced equipment and services
» Take away the worry of costs for those in need and ensure they are seen to
Through statistics relating to mortality, birth survival rates and improved achieving 100% in bed occupancy etc.
- providing health care to those who cannot afford it in the area as everybody should have a right to being in good health. Success would include more ill patients being aware of this facility to use its services
- offer this service to many more people than currently possible. Success would involve more patients visiting the hospital resulting in greater number of treatments
- Greater number of rural population gaining knowledge of basic health issues, more
awareness of hygiene & other needs
The project is in an extension of a successful existing project. The current Shrimad Rajchandra Hospital has been a huge success with recognition of excellence by government of Gujarat. The hospital has achieved a First Referral Unit Certificate and Medscape Award for Excellence in Rural Healthcare. The risks facing the project include insufficient funds being raised, lack of skilled staff and overwhelming demand. As a proven model, we are confident that the risks are mitigated.
Donors will receive an update report every 3 months about the progress of the project along with visuals and appropriate statistics. Donors are also able to visit the site to assess progress.
Budget - Project Cost: £100Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £100 ad hoc All costs are covered by the charity volunteers
The district of Valsad is located in South Gujarat, India. It is considered one of the most underprivileged ones in the State of Gujarat. The population is balanced at 51% male and 49% female with a total about 150,000 inhabitants. The hospital will be constructed just off of Dharampur Bypass Road (Google Coordinates : 20.537037, 73.187205).
This new hospital is intended to benefit the rural poor population in the Valsad district in need of healthcare, those unable to afford services to treat illnesses; those refused immediate treatment due to fund issues. The project will also provide new employment opportunities for the region helping to improve income and opportunities for local population.
Our charity headquarters are in Valsad so we are able to monitor the entire process ensuring all goes to plan and continues to once the hospital is opened. The charity has demonstrated success and excellence with the original hospital. It is a project that is supported by thousands of people from our centres around the world.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
The visionary behind the hospital project and Founder of Shrimad Rajchandra Mission Dharampur (over 100 centres worldwide) aiming to serve society.
President of the Hospital Trust
Secretary of the Hospital Trust