Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA) is a not for profit registered organisation providing specialised health care in some of the remotest and underdeveloped parts of India. Our country is huge and widespread which makes essential clinical services reaching out to the rural populace, an ever challenging task for the Government. This is where EHA in a distinctive way steps in, to fulfil the necessitous demands of health care in these areas and play a vital link between secondary and tertiary hospital services.
Some of these areas are so remote that the nearest rail head is about 75 kms and the nearest airport about 250 kms. This is what makes us unique, and it’s a privilege and honour to mention that we have sustained ourselves and delivered excellent health care since 47 years in India’s most challenging territory.
EHA has 20 hospitals and 42 projects in North and North East India. Our total bed strength is of 1417 IPD beds. In a year we treat about 8,70,687 patients and help rural mothers with 23,657 safe child deliveries. About 95,647 people receive appropriate in patient services, 29,306 people receive surgical interventions.
This would not be possible without the dedication of 205 doctors and about 2500 trained paramedical staff of EHA.
This probably makes us the largest in the non - government sector in providing comprehensive health care and community specific projects to rural India.
Our services include general medicine, general surgery, orthopaedics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Eye, HIV AIDS, Tuberculosis and Palliative care for the terminally ill. We serve the most underdeveloped parts of our country in states like Jharkhand, Bihar, Chattisgarh, Assam, UP, Uttrakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Maharastra.
Our doctors are highly qualified professionals from the premium medical colleges like CMC Vellore, CMC Ludhiana, Maulana Azad Medical college, Madurai Medical college to name a few.
In community development our prestigious projects have been with Global Fund for HIV AIDS and Tuberculosis prevention and cure. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in controlling AIDS and Tuberculosis in North East India, Tear Fund in Disaster relief and mental illness programmes.
About 4.4 million benefited from projects that improve health and well being, 40000 got relief and emergency medical help during natural disasters. About 600 patients with cancer and other incurable non communicable diseases and their family members received holistic care through Palliative Care services.
In this committed journey of ours, we invite you to be our friend and partner, in helping the poor in rural India.
Touch their lives with your benevolence and make a difference….....
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