Yatharth Adopts 50 Villages And Launches Health Cards
Dec 21, 2020
With the objective of providing world class health facilities to the people of the village at a low cost near their village, the leading medical institute of North India - Yatharth Super Specialty Hospital located in Greater Noida launched concessional health cards for villagers. On this occasion, about 50 villagers from 15 villages and their head were present. In the first phase of the card launch, the facilities of this card will be made available to the people of Kasna, Dankore, Gadpur, Gharbara, Bidodi, Birunda, Jaganpur, Khanpur, Dadda, Khairpur, Lukshur, Piplika, Chuharpur, Sakipur, Tilapata and Amarpur villages.
Under this scheme of Yatharth Super Specialty Hospital, a health card will be provided to each family of the village for this scheme called "Swasth Gaon, Sukhi Gaon" and through this the people of the village will be able to get health facilities at a discounted rate. Services available at a discounted rate include OPD counselling pathological and radiological diagnostic services, MRI, CT scan services while ambulance services will be provided free of charge. Special concessions will also be provided to the patients admitted from these villages.
Dr. Kapil Tyagi, Managing Director of Yatharth Super Specialty Hospital said, "Many people in and around villages are deprived of medical insurance or health cover or are unaware of it." They also need to go far for basic health related consultations. With the launch of subsidized health cards, the economically weaker sections will get additional benefits and they will get additional benefits for the weaker sections and they can avail health services despite the weak economic condition. The unique approach of our hospital is that people should be provided with the best medical facilities at the least expense as compared to other hospitals and even hospitals in metro cities and such initiative is definitely very important for our society.
Under this scheme, 15 villages will be covered in the initial phase and it will be expanded to 50 nearby villages in future.
The director of the Yatharth Group of Hospitals, Yatharth Tyagi, said, "The idea of this initiative has come from the residents of the village itself." When we went to the heads of various villages connected with Greater Noida to consider their health problems, they told that due to expensive treatment in large hospitals, a large section of the villages are deprived of health services. If rural India is not healthy, then how will New India be built?
Now, through this scheme, people of the village will get super specialty services of international standards around their house at a low cost. Due to the latest medical achievements and better regional connectivity, patients from nearby areas can reach Yatharth Hospital in Greater Noida in a very short time in case of emergency. This is an additional facility for patients. With the help of this, they can get medical treatment in the shortest time, but can get the opinion of world-class experts for very little expense.
Due to the latest medical achievements and better regional connectivity, patients from nearby areas can reach Yatharth Hospital in Greater Noida in a very short time in case of emergency. This is an additional facility for patients. With the help of this, they can get medical treatment in the shortest possible time, but can get the opinion of world-class experts at a very low cost.
Amit Singh, Group CEO of the Yatharth Super Specialty Hospital, said - This initiative of the Yatharth Super Specialty Hospital will create awareness among people about regular medical and timely checkups for healthy life. In the last few years, Real Hospital is actively working towards providing health facilities with international standards in various areas across the country. Being a leading health and medical institution, Yatharth Hospital keeps organizing health camps, OPDs and screening camps in various parts of North India. Yatharth Hospital has experienced and qualified doctors who have made records in their fields and now they are keen to provide medical care to more and more people.