This is a full fledged 100 bedded rural hospital 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 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.We also distribute free dentures to the villagers. In the year 2015-16 hospital served 10963 patients.
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. Every year about 1000 surgeries are performed and since inception more than 20000 cataract surgeries are conducted.
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. 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.
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.
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.