General Health Care Programs, India

Milestones-2008-India-mobile-hosp-1-woman-baby-GnM092Tansa Valley, India—PRASAD Chikitsa began delivering medical services through a mobile hospital in 1978. Today, PRASAD runs a full-fledged hospital and diagnostic center, a modern eye-care clinic, a comprehensive dental care clinic and acclaimed TB and HIV/AIDS programs. These are supported by preventive and educational initiatives that are permanently improving the health and welfare of Tansa residents. Learn more…

Shree Muktananda Mobile Hospital

Started in 1978, the Shree Muktananda Mobile Hospital was one of PRASAD Chikitsa’s first health care initiatives in the Tansa Valley. The goal was to bring health care where it was needed most: to people in the remote and inaccessible reaches of the Tansa region. Learn more …

Gurudev Siddha Peeth Anukampaa Health Center

Since its opening in June 2003, the Anukampaa Health Center (AHC) has played a pivotal role in delivering health care to the people of the Tansa region. Today, the center treats 3,000 patients a month for a multitude of diseases and conditions. PRASAD Chikitsa provides treatment and medicines for nominal fees; services are free for those who can’t afford to pay. Learn more …