For example, a patient from our community undergoing a stroke would be brought to the nearest hospital—our rural hospital. Telemedicine can be used to instantly connect with a neurologist from a big-city hospital (through video and other cutting-edge software) who can remotely assess, diagnose and guide treatment to save that patient’s life. If our rural hospital—and many just like ours—did not exist, the nearest hospital would be nearly 20 minutes or more away for this patient and thousands more. When minutes count, rural hospitals can and do save lives.Some Villages in India still do not have any basic medical necessities available so we have started this foundation with aim of providing it.
Most of the Basic Necessities are not available in most parts of india. Lab and X-Ray facilities our aim is to fix it.
Most of the Basic Medicines are not available in most parts of india. Some Villages in India still do not have any basic medical necessities available so we have started this foundation with aim of providing it.
A variety of elements contribute to these problems in rural areas, including a declining population, economic stagnation, shortages of physicians and other health care professionals, a disproportionate number of elderly, poor, and underinsured residents, and high rates of chronic illness.
The main objective of a medical camp is to provide initial care to people in life-threatening conditions which reflect the unique strengths and goals of medical ethics