A not-for-profit medical center
Public-Private partnership of GO-NGO in health care is an innovative approach to improve health care delivery in Gujarat. This is particularly important in rural-tribal area. The All India Movement for Seva took over the administration of Shamlaji Hospital to provide the best health facilities and services to the poor tribal population of Shamlaji and surround area of Shamlaji free of cost
All India Movement for Seva is running a 50-bed hospital at Shamlaji, District-Aravalli, Gujarat under the guidance of Dr. Haren Joshi and Dr. Pratima Tolat. Dr. Haren Joshi is a trauma, vascular, and general surgeon and previously was the medical director of three hospitals in the U.S. and Dr Tolat is an ophthalmologist. Together, they have more than 30 years of medical experience in the US. They returned to India with the aim to donating, services and expertise to poor & tribal people, and to achieve this goal they made lot of efforts.
We took over Shamlaji CHC for management from government in April 1, 2003. In 11 years we have converted this hospital in model rural health care facility serving free healthcare to 100,000 population and 100 villages
“To bridge the gap between the mainstream society and less privileged people living in remote, rural & urban area of India by following a planned program of Caring in terms of Education, Health care, Women’s Empowerment and Self-Sufficiency, Vocational Training, Environmental Initiatives, Disaster Relief and Cultural Validation”. Under this mission Shamlaji Hospital is trying to fulfill trust’s AIM by providing health care services in rural, remote and tribal area of Sabarkantha district