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Health Care

Rural Health Programme

Helping Hand Foundation (HHF) spearheads a Rural Health Programme, with its focus on marginalized communities. Through this initiative, it ensures that affordable healthcare services reach remote areas. By focusing on the needs of rural population, HHF aims to bridge the healthcare gap, promoting well-being and equity among under-served demographics, contributing significantly to the overall improvement of rural healthcare. So far, it has established 11 clinics catering to the medical needs of rural areas.

Help Desk in Government Hospitals

HHF saves precious lives and hard earned money for many under-served in the process all the way from outpatient to organ transplant with zero-cost treatment. Through its volunteers and help desk in several major state-run hospitals, HHF has been helping economically-backward patients avail free treatment. In 2023, it served over 1 lac outpatient consultations, over 1100 in-patients admitted for medical management, and 300-plus simple to complex surgeries across several state-run hospitals. This has helped save over Rs.11 Crores worth of OOPE (out of pocket expenses) which otherwise the patients would have spent owing to the high cost in private hospitals. HHF also deployed 55 volunteers in 11 government hospitals to provide these services and incur a cost of nearly Rs.5 lacs per month.

Primary Health Centers

HHF collaborates with Wipro Care to operate Primary Health Care clinics in 11 rural villages, collectively serving 25,000 residents. These clinics conduct health assessments for entire families, connecting sick and vulnerable individuals with essential medical services. By bringing primary care to villagers' doorsteps, timely and suitable treatment is provided, significantly enhancing accessibility of healthcare and improving health outcomes in rural areas.

FitCop

Largest Public Health Screening for City Police.
Providing comprehensive health screening for Hyderabad City Police through the FITCOP program.

Telemedical Services

Health Management System for government residential schools.
Round-the-clock health management services for 300 schools and more than 2 lakh students.

Community Health Centers

Community Ophthalmology, Dentistry & Wellness program for women.
Providing specialized eye and dental care for the community.

Prevention and Control of NCDs

Addressing non-communicable diseases at the community level.

Rural Health Programme

Helping Hand Foundation (HHF) spearheads a Rural Health Programme, with its focus on marginalized communities.
Through this initiative, it ensures that affordable healthcare services reach remote areas.
By
focusing on the needs of rural population, HHF aims to bridge the healthcare gap, promoting well-being and equity among under-served demographics, contributing significantly to the overall improvement of rural healthcare.
So far, it has established 11 clinics catering to the medical needs of rural areas.

Help Desk in Government Hospitals

HHF saves precious lives and hard earned money for many under-served in the process all the way from outpatient to organ transplant with zero-cost treatment. Through its volunteers and help desk in several major state-run hospitals, HHF has been helping economically-backward patients avail free treatment.
In 2023, it served over 1 lac outpatient consultations, over 1100 in-patients admitted for medical management, and 300-plus simple to complex surgeries across several state-run hospitals. This has helped save over Rs.11 Crores worth of OOPE (out of pocket expenses) which otherwise the patients would have spent owing to the high cost in private hospitals.
HHF also deployed 55 volunteers in 11 government hospitals to provide these services and incur a cost of nearly Rs.5 lacs per month.

Primary Health Centres

HHF collaborates with Wipro Care to operate Primary Health Care clinics in 11 rural villages, collectively serving 25,000 residents. These clinics conduct health assessments for entire families, connecting sick and vulnerable individuals with essential medical services.
By bringing primary care to villagers'
doorsteps, timely and suitable treatment is provided, significantly enhancing accessibility of healthcare and improving health outcomes in rural areas.

Health Care Services
Our Reach
774000 +
Lives Touched This Year
250 +
Team of Committed Volunteers
12
Primary Health Care Centers
8000 +
Provided Dialysis Sessions
35 +
Bedded Centers

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