Cardiac screening which is normally expensive , Hindu mission hospital Trichy is conducting free of cost to poor and downtrodden . Jan 10 th we had one such screening camp where 70 were screened for coronary deseases and 4 were identified requiring surgical intervention. They will be sent to Hindu Mission Hospital Tambaram for further
People lose their limbs due amputation caused by cancer or accident or by diabetic uncured ulcer. This puts them off their routine life and causes severe mental depression. Hindu Mission brings them back to normalcy by providing low cost artificial limbs. These are low weight and lasts for years – all for US$100 per limb.
Artificial limbs are given every week to a specific number of beneficiaries (Article from The Hindu – Olympia Shilpa Gerald) For truck driver Sreenivasan, a victim of a road accident, the loss was not just a limb but his source of livelihood. Similar are the tales of a schoolboy, sanitary worker, butcher, and vegetable vendor
In continuing its tradition of continually refining the care, HMH now treats diabetic patients selected for cataract surgery as well. Every cataract patient undergoes blood sugar examination. HMH found through our eye camps that 30% of the patient population selected for cataract operations are diabetic and hence become unfit for surgery. To help restore their
State bank of India, under their Corporate social responsibility scheme, select organizations that provide outstanding social service to receive items that help in furthering the social commitment of the recipient organization. SBI selected HMH Trichy to receive a donation of a digital colposcope and a Maruti ambulance. This was handed over to HMH on 26th by
Nachikurichi is a tiny village with a population of 10,000 people. The camp was conducted in a local school, where it attracted around fifty women, a similar number of men and about twenty children. Thirty five of these women had cervical and breast examination done. HMH advisor Dr. Rajan Dewar attended the camp. The camp