*Picture shows the signing of the MoU in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand.
Call it “Sirf Seva– Bina Bill”( Only Service Without Any Bill).
Jamshedpur-based Kantilal Gandhi Memorial Hospital (KGHM) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding( MoU)with Sri Sathya Sai Health & Education Trust (SSSHET), Bengaluru on June 10, 2022.
Their MoU aims to set up Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital on its premises in Bistupur, Jamshedpur. This hospital plans to not only serve the people of Jharkhand state, but also those coming from the neighbouring states- Odisha, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, and Bihar.
SSSHET also promises to provide “All Healthcare Services Totally Free of Cost To All.”
This MOU was signed by Mr. Chanakya Chaudhary, President, Kantilal Gandhi Memorial Hospital, and Mr. C. Sreenivas, Chairman, Sri Sathya Sai Health & Education Trust.
As per the MOU, this upcoming health care service provider is based on the ethical principle to “serve” and thereby provide “best-in-class quality healthcare services to the unserved and underserved sections of the society.”
As such, SSSHET is the first of its kind health care service provider in the State of Jharkhand.
Notably, the MoU was signed in the presence of Management Committee members of KGMH and SSSHET and union representatives, Mr. Rakeshwar Pandey and Mr. B.K Dinda among others.
Importantly, SSSHET runs similar Hospitals in Raipur-Chhattisgarh, Palwal- Haryana, Kharghar – Maharashtra, Yavatmal – Maharashtra since 2012.
So far SSSHET has benefitted more than 20,000 children and as such, it is known to have served by performing critical Pediatric Cardiac Surgeries. More, almost 1,70,000 children are learned to have been managed through OPD.
From Jharkhand state itself, more than 1200 children are on record to have got operated on and received a precious “Gift Of Life” and nearly 4000 have been treated as an outpatient.
Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital has earned a logo on the public platform “Sirf Dil – Bina Bill”.
It seems to be a compassionate Healthcare model, where there are “ No billing counters in any of its hospitals.”