Healthcare Facilities and Clinics
In comparison to their urban counterparts, people in rural areas typically have limited access to healthcare. Treatment is not frequently provided and emergency response times are prolonged in these locations owing to constrained healthcare facilities, mental health programmes, and medical professionals. Rural healthcare is one of the biggest challenges the country is presently confronting. AIM for Seva instituted hospitals all over India with the sole objective of eliminating barriers to healthcare and serving the public.
Since the inception of the first healthcare clinic in 2006 in Bihar, AIM for Seva’s focus has been to provide medical aid and relief to the marginalized segments of society. For instance, the Khilanani AIM for Seva Eye Hospital in Bhadohi, Uttar Pradesh, caters to a 35 km radius that includes Aurangabad, Bad, Bhainsa, Gokul, Mahavan, Baldeo, Dau ji, Chhata, Mathura city, Gari Hayatpur, Govardhan and Tantura. As these regions are prone to dusty winds especially during summer, many people (mostly famers) suffer from eye ailments due to the hot and dusty climate.
AIM for Seva ‘s foray into rural healthcare has been through the establishment of hospitals, clinics and OPD (outpatient department ) health centres.
- AIM for Seva Jawahar Dharmarth Chikitsalaya
- AIM for Seva Shamlaji Hospital
- AIM for Seva Vivekananda Mission Hospital
Bhadohi, Uttar Pradesh
- Khilanani AIM for Seva Eye Hospital
Mathura, Uttar Pradesh
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