Comrade late Govindrao Dhapre Rural Hospital is a full fledged 50 bedded rural hospital (now expanded to 100 beds) that caters to the needs of around 50,000 people spread over 50 villages surrounding Ambi Ranwadi area, many of them located in remote areas and populated by the tribals.
The hospital is manned by the qualified medical, para-medical and administrative staff and caters to both the indoor and outdoor patients. The medical personnel boasts of a battery of leading surgeons, physicians, gynaecologists, dentists, ENT specialists, ophthalmologists and paediatricians in Pune.
The hospital is also equipped with an operation theatre, laboratory, dental chair, X-ray machine, physiotherapy equipments with ECG machine and other essential facilities. The patients are treated free or at nominal charges. On discharge, they are given free clothes and protein packets as well as tonics. Tubectomy operations are done every week along with caesarian section whenever necessary. We also distribute free dentures to the villagers.
In the year 2015-16 hospital served 10963 patients.
Lions Club of Pune Aundh-Pashan Janaseva Foundation Eye Hospital
This hospital located at the Sanghavi Complex is supported by the Lions Club of Pune Aundh Pashan with the help of Lion’s International (LCIF) under Sight First Project. It is also recognized by District Blindness Control Society, Pune. Patients are checked in camps arranged in various rural areas and are brought to this hospital in a 40 seater bus for cataract surgeries. Besides free surgeries stay, food, medicines, goggles and transport are offered free. It has modern equipments e.g. laser and phaco required for the state of the art cataract surgery.
Every year about 1000 surgeries are performed and since inception more than 20000 cataract surgeries are conducted.
National Health Mission (NHM) & Mobile Medical Units
Janaseva Foundation is running this project of Govt. of India since last 5 years in 65 remote villages from blocks Velhe, Haveli, Mulshi from district Pune and is providing medical service in their villages wherein transport facility is poor. For this govt. has provided foundation a big ambulance and a vehicle for carrying doctors and support staff. Every day Foundations vehicles with doctor, nurses, social worker and support staff visit 3 – 4 villages.
In addition to this foundation is providing free health services in 35 villages through its own Mobile Medical Vans under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of Maharashtra. These units participate in health camps, vaccination drives, immunization, health and hygiene awareness programmes, ante-natal, post-natal and neonatal check-ups and care, bring the patients to the city for hospitalization etc. They also carry portable physiotherapy equipments.
In the year 2015-16 foundation provided the services as follows :
Senior Citizens Treated : 8998 (inclusive of follow up visits)
Total Patients = 34,622 Pediatric: 6060 Adults: 26623
ANC (Ante-Natal Care) : 1332
PNC (Post Natal Care) : 607
Lab tests done : 17947
Taking into account special need of the disabled and elderly for physiotherapy, foundation runs well-equipped physiotherapy centres at Ambi in Panshet, Erandwane and at Aundh Road in Pune. The Centres are manned by well-qualified and experienced physiotherapists.
Some of the equipments at this centre are : Cervical and lumber traction unit with dual power control for cervical and lumber, Shortwave diathermy 500W (Trolley Model) with voltage booster & cooling fan, Ultrasonic machine (Total digital), Diagnostic & therapeutic muscle stimulator with tens (Digital), Programable stimulator with Tens, 75 programmes and burst tens mode, Interferential therapy unit (I.F.T.) Manual Programmable 29 programmes, Programmable with stimulator and tense (29 programmes of I.F.T. & 75 programmes of stimulator & Tense, Continuous passive motion (C.P.M.) with safety switch (digital), Tens, Paraffin wax bath, Traction table for traction M/c, Static cycle, Shoulder wheel, Rowing machine, Hip Cycle, Electrical vibrator, Walkers, Wheelchair, Crutches. Treatment is free for the needy patients and at nominal charges for others.
Reproductive and Child Health Program (RCH)
Under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) of Govt. of India, Janaseva Foundation has been working with the Health Department of the Government of Maharashtra to provide health services to the rural population of Velha Taluka of Pune District. This is done by organizing camps for the expecting mothers, adolescent girls and children at the village level regularly.
So also arranging health OPD once or twice in a week in villages and taking care of all including senior citizens. Govt. of India has conferred Janaseva Foundation with Service NGO status.
Basic Health Program
GTZ, Germany selected Janaseva Foundation as one of the NGOs for implementing its Basic Health Program for the period September 1999 to 2001. The program which aimed at the social uplift of the downtrodden, particularly women and children, was successfully implemented in the rural parts of Velha, Mulshi and Haveli Talukas in Pune District. The programme after its successful accomplishment in 2001 is now being implemented in 60 villages with the support by State and Central Governments under NRHM scheme.
Free Health Check up camps are held regularly in various rural areas with the help of our mobile medical units and also under National Health Mission project. Thousands of patients from nearby villages participate in such camps. Various specialists, doctors, nurses and support staff examine the patients, do lab tests, give treatment and medicines. Patients needing further treatment are referred to city hospitals. Eye check up is also done.