Friday, February 3, 2012

Hospital staff is going to a village giving free services

It is a big action when our hospital staff with doctors, nurses, equipments and medicines is going in our ambulance car to the villages TO MAKE A FREE MEDICAL CAMP. Mostly there is nothing prepared there, except a small naked room....So we have to adapt everything: tables, chairs, lights,instruments, dental chair for our dentist, registrations, flyers etc. etc. 3-4 days before we make advertisement in the village and around area with car and loudspeaker, distributing flyers, so that people know that we will give free medical services on this or that day.Our whole team is occupied the whole day, morning till evening, to make this camp possible.Few members of course remain in the Hospital to provide all medical facilities there. People of the village in this rural area have very rare opportunity to see and consult doctors - that's why this kind of service is very useful for them and free of costs.They are thankful and happy about this. In each and every camp we select patients for eye operations which will be performed afterwards. We thank all donors to make this service possible so that our brothers and sisters of this rural areas, can benefit from medical services.Our staff also is very happy to serve there. A lot of thanks to them also!

Story of Prathvi Singh

Prathvi Singh is a farmer in Malpuriya Kalla village. He has 5 children, 3 boys and two daughters, which are already married, living far away with their husbands family. He has an income from approximately 3000 rupees per month (appr.50 EUR) for a family with 4 members at present.For this people in the very rural areas the visit of a doctor, transportation, cost of medicines etc. is a big problem and many cannot enforce the most simple medical examinations and treatments.
Since 9 month Pathvi Singh has a tumor on the right side of his neck. He went to our hospital where Dr. Radesh Vyas, our general surgeon, saw him and diagnosed a cancer disease. He recommended him to go to a big hospital in Jodhpur for operation. But Prathvi Singh didn’t do it, because he is much afraid before the operation. He visited Dr. Vyas another 2 times for symptomatically therapy but he could not be convinced to go for operation. This time,when we came to his village Malpuriya Kalla, where the hospital was holding a free camp, he came again to us. Dr. Vyas and me, both we tried to motivate him to go for operation, telling him that his children in the age of 19 – 23 years are in urgent need of their father. He listened carefully and promised to go for operation and we promised him to stay in contact with him any time if he needs our help. He can get the operation and all medicines even for free in the Mathur Das Government Hospital in Jodhpur, because he has an identity card that his family is under the poverty line and for them the Indian government provides free medical services. With all our best wishes and the promise to stay in touch with us we let him go. May God bless his way and may the operation will give him long life and good health.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Eye Operations done successfully

On the beginning of this year we sponsored 6 eye operations, mostly because of s by Dr. G.K. Goyal on behalf of our hospital. On the camp day approximately 50 patients (out of 220) came because of eye problems. They get consultations, advise and free medicines from our hospital. In the photo you can see all patients from left to right.
M.Abduk Rakeeb, 55 year old man from Sojat city, Mrs. Urmilla Gaur, 65 years old lady from Pali, 60 year old lady Kuki Devi and 55 year old Phully Devi from Khardi village and Geeta Davi and Arjun Lal from same family from Devgardh,were all operated on 15 January by Dr. G.K.Goyal, Pali. After the operation we provided them free stay in the hospital, free eye medicines, food and eyeglasses. All operations were successful done and all patients were very happy when the bandage over the eye was removed and for first time they had a normal vision on that eye. All were very happy and our whole staff as well.

First free camp in 2012

On Thursday, 15th of January 2012,our hospital invited for a free medical camp in the hospital. We had the bone and joint surgeon Dr. Kailash Parihar from Pali as specialized doctor who treated about 40 patients in need of orthopedic treatment.
All in all we had 200 patients who came from nearby villages,in about 20km distance from Jadan. Also our new Physiotherapist Dr.Dhananjay Varma gave treatment and exercises according to the advise of Dr.Parihar. Our general surgeon, Dr.Rajesh Vyas, was also present in the camp and selected some patients for small operations.
The general health check up was done by Dr. Arora Govind Narayan. Due to the cold weather patients came mostly with complain of fever, cold and viral infections.
Thanks to all donors we could give free medicines (in the value of app. 100EUR) to our patients. Also the doctors and all staff are working for free in this camp. Thanks to all! Donations for the medicines which we need in our next camp are most welcome!In the camps are coming really the people who are in need of our help. Next camp will be in the small village Malpura in February. Thank you in advance.

Heath checkup of Schoolchildren on 5.1.2012

We started the New Year with a Health Checkup of two classes of our
Sri Vishwa Deep Gurukul Secondary School. Our doctors made a general medical checkup (Dr. Arora Govind Narayan, MBBS), an Eye Checkup with Dr. Erzsebet Szabo and a dental checkup with Dr. Abishek Dhadich. Dr.Erzsebet Szabo is eye specialist, coming from Strasbourg in France. She came in our hospital as a volunteering doctor for three weeks. We are very thankful for her work here, serving the people of Rajasthan, where eye diseases are very common.
Here the result of the examinations of 200 students in the age between 15 and 18 years:
Dental diseases: 70%, Eye problems: 30%, Anaemia: 30%, Skeletal problems: 5%, Obesiasis: 3%, Ear problems: 3%, Skin problems: 3%
You can see that the medical control of this children shows that it is for the well being and the health of our indian students absolutely necessary to be under the observation, examination and treatment of medical doctors.
We hope that all children will have better results in the next medical examination and that their parents allow the treatments for them. We wish the children good luck, good health and happiness.
This regular health checkup in the school is part of the Health Program of the Sri Vishwa Deep Gurukul in cooporation with the Sri Swami Madhavananda Austria Hospital.Thanks to all who made it possible.