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Your thought can, save a life!

Vihaan Shah from Mahemdavad, at the age of just five months for diagnosed with critical heart defect by birth. Currently he is undergoing treatmenet at the Cardiac Centre of Shree Krishna Hosptial, Karamsad. The minimum cost of treatment is estimated to be Rs. 2,25,000/­. His family is not financiallty sound to bear the expenses required for treatment essential to save their son's life. Shree Krishna Hospital appeals for your support towards the treatment cost of Vivaan, and Save a precious life.

Your contribution to Charutar Arogya Mandal can be made by cheque demand draft/internet banking. The contributions made for treatment concerns of Cardiac and Cancer patients are eligible for 100% tax exemption under section 35A(C) of Income Tax Act (PAN number is mandatory).

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Your thought can, save a life!

Sonalben Jashbhai Sodhaparmar, age 41 is from village Bariya Vagho near Tranol of Anand district. Currently she is undergoing treatment for serious post delivery complications in the Intensive Care Unit of Shree Krishna Hospital, Karamsad. The minimum cost of treatment is estimated to be Rs. 3,00,000/­. Her family, surviving on a negligible income earned from daily wages is not financially sound to bear the expenses requried for treatment essential to save her life. Shree Krishna Hospital appeals for your support towards the treatment cost of Sonalben and Save two precious lives, of a mother and her child.

Your contribution to Charutar Arogya Mandal can be made by cheque demand draft/internet banking. The contribution made is eligible for 50% tax exemption under section 80(G) of Income Tax Act.

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Your thought can, save a life!

Digvijay Chauhan from Mahemdavad, at a young age of 2 months is diagnosed with a critical condition of Sepsis and infection in his respiratory tract. Currently he is undergoing treatment with ventillatory support in the Paediatric ICU of Shree Krishna Hospital, Karamsad. The minimum cost of treatment is estimated to be Rs. 1,70,000/­. His family surviving on the sole meagre income earned by his father who is an autorickshaw driver is not financially sound to bear the expenses required for treatment essential to save their son's life. Shree Krishna Hospital appeals for your support towards the treatment cost of Digvijay, and Save a precious life.

Your contribution to Charutar Arogya Mandal can be made by cheque demand draft/internet banking. The contribution made is eligible for 50% tax exemption under section 80(G) of Income Tax Act.

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In the name of a loved one

Both the Hospital and the Medical College have several facilities which are, to date, unnamed. A one-time contribution could ensure that the name and memory of your loved ones will be remembered with affection and gratitude. Needless to say, the name desired by the donor would be prominently displayed at the site.

 

The funds so generated in this way will...

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Help us keep pace with a changing world

The world of medicine moves at a rapid pace. To keep up, we need to ensure that the Hospital stays abreast of improvements and innovations in existing technology, and acquires new technology as it becomes available.
 
Privilege Centre for the Affluent Classes
The hospital currently has around 50 beds which yield high revenues. This surplus enables the Mandal to subsidise the cost of treatment of patients in general wards.

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Bring hope to underprivileged & poor

As we are located in a rural area, and since most of our patients are from villages and largely of insufficient means, the services of Shree Krishna Hospital are offered at subsidized rates. These rates often do not cover even the cost of basic treatment.

 
The community shares a part of this burden with their donations. The constant support of the community has encouraged the hospital to institute an extensive freeship programme, enabling those with meager...

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Our fight against cancer

Cancer. The word carries not only dread, but a certain finality to it. Those suffering from it often believe they are doomed.

 

The Mandal’s MS Patel Cancer Centre has been providing hope and state-of-the-art treatment to victims of cancer for over 6 years now, with over 5000 patients successfully treated. The Centre has facilities for...

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Help the accident victims

The rapid development of road infrastructure and the greater capacity to own a vehicle have led to considerable increase in the number of road traffic accidents. The hospital’s Shapurbhai Patel Trauma and Emergency Care Centre, the only such well-equipped...

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Support a child's right to live well

Congential heart diseases, such as ASD (Atrial Septal Defect) and VSD (Ventricular Septal Defect), occur mainly in the less-privileged among our society. A simple sonography during pregnancy will detect these defects and the option of terminating the...

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