Health is a major developmental concern. Health problems and poverty possess a cyclic relation wherein each feeds off the other. With the rising commercialization of health sector, health facilities are becoming more out of reach for the poor. The HWF aims to assist the poor and needy by providing them state-of-art health facilities on subsidized/ marginal costs.
Health is a major developmental concern. Health problems and poverty possess a cyclic relation wherein each feeds off the other. With the rising commercialization of health sector, health facilities are becoming more out of reach for the poor.The HWF aims to assist the poor and needy by providing them state-of-art health facilities on subsidized/ marginal costs.
The Al-Shifa Multi-Speciality Hospital is being run by the Human Welfare Trust, New Delhi as a part of Vision 2016 program, which aims at a proper transformation of the social landscape of the country and creating a society of peace, prosperity and justice for all.
The hospital started its services with 40 beds, now Al Shifa is serving with 83 beds. It is equipped with state-of-the-art operation theatres, Intensive Care Units (ICU), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) along with modern and air-conditioned labour rooms.
The Hospital aims at providing affordable, dignified healthcare through innovation and commitment, accessible to the poorest of the poor man.
The Human Welfare Trust is running 4 Diagnostic Centres and 5 Medical Centres. Approximately one million beneficiaries avail services of these hospital and clinics spread across India.
Free Medical Camps is an important activity in the field of Healthcare. The purpose of holding free medical camps is to provide primary healthcare services to the neglected and hard to reach communities at their doorstep. Since 2009, the HWF has organized 523 free medical camps and has been able to provide the clinical services and free medication to patients suffering from skin diseases, acute respiratory infections and diarrhea diseases resulting from poor access to healthcare, unhealthy life style, lack of awareness on health and hygiene and non-availability of proper water and sanitation.
Apart from above mentioned services, HWF helps poor and needy patients by providing them medicine and cash for their medical needs. Every year more than 10 million rupees are spent on this account.
HWF offers mobile OPD and ambulance services in some areas through its Mobile Medical Units & Ambulances. More than 10,000 patients have availed these services last year. Recently two new mobile medical units have started working in Andhra Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
Blood Donors’ Group and Drug Banks are established in almost every state and are providing services to the masses without any discrimination.
"Medical Service Society" is a part of its Vision 2016 Program which aims at a multi-faceted development of the downtrodden sections of society. The Society is working in the field of Healthcare in a professional manner since its inception. It is a network of like-minded physicians from various parts of the country who discuss the healthcare situation and facilities in the country and also deliberate upon various immediate and long-term measures to improve the prevailing condition.