• 54200
    Treated in charitable
    dispensaries
  • 181000
    Relief provided to people
    during demonetization
  • DISASTER RELIEF

     

  • GOLDEN TEMPLE

    AMRITSAR

  • LAKSHMI NARAYAN TEMPLE

    Birla Mandir, Delhi

  • DURGIANA MANDIR
    DISPENSARY

     

  • SEWA HEALTH CAMPS

     

  • Support extended during Demonetization

     

DISASTER RELIEF

India has historically been vulnerable to natural disasters like floods, cyclones, earthquakes and landslides. The urgent need in such situations is timely access to emergency medical aid.

SEWA is a program that prepares for intervention in times of need by developing a ready pool of trained volunteers, creating standardized kits / detailing equipment for emergency use and leveraging a network of partnerships. The programs objective is to support efforts in ‘saving lives’ during a disaster.

Program volunteers are trained in First Aid and Basic life-support. This ensures that volunteers going into disaster affected area are equipped to handle the physical and mental traumas of the affected population. In time the objective would be to enhance the training levels for volunteers as also increase the pool, in terms of numbers, location and competency. At present we have more than 500 trained volunteers who are ready to serve at a 24 hour notice.

The Program design also accommodates for an element of preparedness revolving around Disaster Response Protocols, Equipment and Logistics. Project management skills and aligning with partners to combine resources and leverage inherent capabilities help improve impact.

OUR COVERAGE UTTARAKHAND FLASH FLOOD

Held Health Camps in Badrinath, Joshimath, Rudraprayag and Gauchar

GOLDEN TEMPLE, AMRITSAR

The Dispensary treats many patients who either come to visit the Golden temple or who live in the surrounding areas. The treatment is provided totally free for the patient.

OUR IMPACT

  • 3441
  • 4884
  • 5811
  • 2676
  • 2771
  • 2695
  • 3023
  • 3279
  • 3175
  • 3309
  • 3172
  • 3165
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec
41401
Total number of patients treated in this year.

LAKSHMI NARAYAN TEMPLE (BIRLA MANDIR), DELHI

Fortis Charitable Foundation has a dispensary which was launched in March 2016. The treatment and diagnosis for any disease is done without any cost implications to it.

OUR IMPACT

  • 438
  • 540
  • 631
  • 310
  • 219
  • 288
  • 424
  • 500
  • 574
  • 557
  • 456
  • 426
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec
5363
Total number of patients treated in this year.

DURGIANA MANDIR DISPENSARY

OUR IMPACT

  • 959
  • 1221
  • 1647
  • 599
  • 1016
  • 1025
  • 981
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  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec
7448
Total number of patients treated

SEWA HEALTH CAMPS

India faces numerous health concerns including fragmented health care ecosystems, high costs, inconsistent quality of care and barriers in access to healthcare facilities. In response to these challenges Fortis Foundation takes various health initiatives for the well-being of the community. The resources available under the Sewa Program are leveraged for running and supporting Health Camps. These health camps are designed to help address basis diagnostic assessments of a target group supported by a medical consult. The camps provide guidance, increase awareness and build a medical record for the recipient. Over time the findings from the SEWA health camps would help develop a robust needs assessment protocol for designing and executing specific intervention programs. A preventive health checkup camp was held at Birla Mandir clinic on 8th and 9th of Feb for Vendors outside ,and a few of our regular patients from Hindu Maha Sabha, Shops ,working women’s hostel located in near proximity of Birla Mandir. The clinical team of the clinic conceived, arranged, motivated the people, publicized and managed the camp activity with Investigations supported by SRL.

Support extended during Demonetization

On 8th November 2016, the Government of India announced demonetisation of Rupee 500 & 1000 currency notes. The impact of the demonetization exercise was significant and touched all. Considering the national level impact, the SEWA program swung into action on 17th November 2016 to help people standing in lines at ATM’s/ bank Branches.

Over 600 volunteers from 28 Fortis hospitals provided relief to over 1,80,000 people standing in long queues across the country. The volunteers provided water, biscuits and basic medical aid. Their efforts were widely appreciated.

OUR PARTNERS - Sewa

  • SRL Limited
  • DION Global Solutions Limited
  • Fortis escorts heart institute
  • Fortis Hospitals Limited
  • Ligare Voyages Limited
  • Religare Enterprises Limited
  • Oscar Investments Limited

OUR PARTNERS - CHHAYA

  • SRL Limited
  • Fortis Hospitals Limited

TESTIMONIALS

Watch what the team has to say on the scope of work, ground covered and their journey so far.