Sunday, October 9, 2011
The camp which was held on Sunday, 9th of October 2011, is successfully over. More than 150 people took their chance to receive free treatment and medication. In addition 6 patients for free eye operations were chosen, the operations will take place the following Sunday.We were very happy that Mahamandaleshwar Sri Swami Jasrajpuriji also visited the camp. He was our first patient at that day and stated “The most important joy of life is health”.
Our surgeon, Dr. Rajesh Vyas, also performed two minor operations successfully. Through the camp we once again recognized how important our physiotherapy department is for our local villagers. Many came to benefit from the treatments offered from Dr .Siddant Joshi. We are very blessed to have such great donors that enable us to offer free medical camps as well as free eye operations. Thank you all and please support us to further offer these possibilities to the needy ones!
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Bookings for the Ayurveda treatments in the Ayurveda centre of Sri Swami Madhavananda Austria Hospital in Jadan are still possible. Our professional Ayurveda team is looking forward to give you the best possible treatments. A special Ayurveda diet is also offered.
The next dates are: 23.Oct. to 13.Nov.2011 & 25.Dec. to 8.Jan.2012
See the program on our website www.helphospital.org you can register there as well.
Looking forward to see you!
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
The festival season in India started and the weather is changing, so it’s time for another medical camp. On the 9th of October (Sunday) from 9 am until 2 pm we are offering free treatment and medicine and will select patients for eye operations in our hospital. For this camp the following doctors will treat the patients for free: General Surgeon Dr. Rajesh Vyas, Senior Medical Officer Dr. Govind Marian Arora, Dr. A.K. Naval, our Dental Specialist Dr. Abhishek Dadich and our Physiotherapist Dr. Siddant Joshi. Furthermore patients for the eye operations will be chosen and Dr. G.K. Goyal is going to operate them. Free SMS service is used to inform the villagers and routine patients about the medical camp.
Monday, October 3, 2011
On the 21st of September an accident happened just outside of our hospital. A motorbike and a small truck collided with each other. The two people riding on the motorbike were seriously injured. Especially the person sitting on the back of the bike was affected very hard, as he was thrown approximately 7 feet far and hit the front glass of the mini truck. The driver of the motorbike fell down on the road and had injuries both on his arm and his head.
The two motorbike drivers had traumatic injuries and bled from different parts of their bodies. Luckily, some villagers saw the accident and brought the injured directly to the hospital. Consequently the first aid treatment could directly start and our doctors and nurses worked with greatest efforts to help the patients. The hospital staff directly informed the relatives of the injured and within half an hour they arrived at the hospital.
After the patient’s medical condition improved, they have been brought for further treatment to the hospital in Jodhpur. Mr. Choga Ram (22) and Mr. Bhagirath are both fine, although Mr. Choga Ram still has to recover from his serious head injury. Their relatives appreciate the work of the nurses and doctors. The staff of the SSMA hospital is deeply grateful for the motivation and help of all donors and especially of Dr. S. Shanti, because due to them, all services for the needy ones of the area can be provided in this rural area!