Pandit Deendayal Institute of Medical Science, Research and Human Resources, is a registered organization started in the year 2010. Our motto is to provide quality medical care to patients, mainly from the slums.
Inspired by the Hon'ble Shri Nitin Gadkari, we are serving patients without discrimination of cast, creed and religion .The institute is conducting various camps specially for the poor and downtrodden in various parts of Nagpur and around. We are serving the needy people by conducting health check-up camps, blood donation camps and medical awareness camps. We are also providing medical aid and supplying medicines to patients free of cost.
We have around 40 people working with us on daily wages. These include doctors, nursing staff, drivers, social workers, paramedical personnel and others. We have a total 6 vehicles at our disposal, mostly Tata Wingers and a Maruti Van.
We are at present conducting camps in around 480 identified and unidentified slums of Nagpur and around. We are equipped with blood pressure measuring units, an auto analyzer for conducting blood tests and ECG machines. All this is backed by a qualified team of doctors. We maintain a registry of our patients to ensure follow ups and distribution of generic medicines of reputed companies. Eye check-up is done and specs distribution and cataract patients identified are provided facilities of the operation in Hospitals.
Patients requiring USG, CT SCAN, MRI are also referred to diagnostic centres and hospitals to be investigated free, or in concessional rates.
Till now, we have conducted over 1200 medical camps, mostly in slum areas. We have covered almost 582950 patients. We have distributed around 76355 specs, operated around 24726 patients for cataract and other ailments of eyes, conducted around 25432 ECGs, 95465 blood sugar tests and 57428 hemoglobin tests.
The trust has started dispensaries at Sadhu Mohalla Indora, Vinoba Bhave Nagar, Pili Nadi Kamptee Road, Vandevi Nagar, Jaripatka and Shravasti Nagar for the benefit of poor and needy people.
We have started Sickle Cell Centres in Nagpur for premarital screening, counseling and detection in new born babies. The programme is getting very encouraging response.
This facility provided to the patients has benefitted many. Our trust achieves this effectively with the help of many well-wishers who want to do good for society.
We have been working on problems of disabled people and our main focus is on skill development and rehabilitation. Artificial limbs of the finest quality made by Ottobock, Germany, are distributed to the needy regularly.
We have taken up more than 500 blood donation camps till now. These are conducted under expert supervision and go a long way in alleviating the shortage of blood. These camps see enthusiastic participation from all sections of society.
We are providing dialysis at just Rs. 500/ by collaborating with Renal Care Centre (a private hospital) in Nagpur. We have installed two machines in their hospital and rest of the expenses, if any, for disposables and others are borne by us. The patient is not charged more than Rs. 500. We are planning to procure more dialysis machines and set up more centres.
Cataract Mukta Nagpur is one of our latest initiatives. Many private participants have come forward to help make Nagpur a Cataract-free city.
This programme, launched On 1st of January 2017, is named Janani Sehat Abhiyan. We have mobile units with latest machines for the screening of women above the age of 30, mostly residing in slums, free of cost . We have done around 50000 plus breast screenings till now. The target is for 5 lac plus in coming days. For this, we are conducting door to door camps in slums.
We distribute various books to the patients to help them enhance their mental, moral & spiritual health.
We are planting saplings at the camp site on daily basis. Assurance is taken from the patients of that area to water and maintain the plants in future.
Daridnarayan Medical Check-up Camp & Bhojandan programme for poor, mainly beggars are conducted at many places in Nagpur, thrice a week.