Contribute to a Fund for gynecological or surgical treatment of poor village women-J Watumull Global Hospital & Research Centre
Contribute to a Fund for gynecological or surgical treatment of poor village women, INR 5000
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Overview

J Watamull Global Hospital & Research Centre (GHRC) is a multi-disciplinary hospital located in Mt Abu, a hill town in Rajasthan, west India. Since its inception in 1991, the hospital has evolved to become a centre of excellence in several medical specialities with a strong focus on community outreach and community relevant research.

The Basics

J Watumull Global Hospital & Research Centre (GHRC) has a policy to offer free or subsidised treatment to poor out-patient and indoor patients.

How It Works

• Beneficiaries are identified through screening programmes held in villages and towns.
• Sometimes there are walk-in patients who are evaluated for eligibility and then offered treatment for free or for significant concessions.
• The patients who can afford at least some part of the treatment are encouraged to make part payments.
• Contributions will be utilized towards gynaecological or surgical treatment of women beneficiaries in need.

Statistics

• 60-90% - The percentage of treatment expenses that are funded by the hospital for patients who are offered concessions

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
 Towards gynecological or surgical treatment of a poor village woman 5000.00
Unit Price 5000
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Total 5000
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Enabling a sick woman resume her family duties
Sharda Devi, aged 42, is wife of Girdhar Parihar, a plumber. They live in Abu Road. Sharda suffered from excessive bleeding and pain. She had tried availing medical treatment, but her disease was not correctly identified and as a result, she remained in pain.
Sharda underwent diagnosis at Global Hospital and was found to be suffering from DUB (Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding). She underwent a hysterectomy on July 29, with B/L Saphingoophorectomy. She was not charged for the diagnosis and for her surgery and hospital stay.
Sharda went home with a smiling face on August 5, 2009. Now free of pain, she was able to resume her family duties.

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