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Community Health


In the Three decades of service in the urban slums and remote rural areas; we have realized that ignorance is another prime factor with poverty, keeping people away from health care.

No access to affordable quality health solutions and lack of awareness cause negative impacts on life.

Through the battery of Community Health Projects; SPMESM is improving the vital health parameters of the residents of remote villages and urban slums. These projects are providing the right combination of curative and preventive health activities. The ultimate result in the form of positive changes in health behavior and gross savings on ‘out of pocket expenses on health’ ensure sustainability in the longer run.

Most importantly, SPMESM has a strong backing of the most popular health organization of the region- Dr. Hedgewar Hospital, Aurangabad.

Projects

Sanjeevani Rural Health Project

Not very far from the city, have the remote hilly villages of Aurangabad still remained grossly underserved in Maternal & Child Health Care.

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Guruvarya Lahuji Salve Slum Health Center

Established in 1989, this slum health center by SPMESM and Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Vaidyakiya Pratishthan was the first of the slum health interventions.

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Sant Rohidas Slum Health Center

Established in 1993, this slum health center by SPMESM and Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Vaidyakiya Pratishthan is doing extraordinary work in community health.

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Sant Gadgebaba Slum Health Center

Established in 1990, this slum health center by SPMESM and Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Vaidyakiya Pratishthan is serving the most poor and needy patients.

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Shri Guruji Mobile Clinic

Mobile clinics are very effective and easily accessible health services in the slum areas and isolated villages.

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Yaha Mogi

Doorstep Maternal Healthcare to remote Tribal Villages by a sound network of health-workers with smart tools and point-of-care diagnostic devices.

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SWANAND Project

Project for the Prevention of Anemia in rural women with peer based awareness programs.

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RAMA Project

The project aims at reducing anemia in 3000 reproductive age- group women and adolescent girls (Age 15- 45) with direct health interventions and health awareness in slums.

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Dr. K B Hedgewar Mobile Clinic Jalna

WIth the vast experience of Slum Health projects in Aurangabad over 3 decades; SPMESM decided to extend the services to 18000 population of Jalna city slums.

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Sahityaratna Annabhau Sathe Mobile Clinic Project Jalna

Inaugurated in Jan 2021; this project is to provide quality primary health and health awareness for the underserved 12000 rural population at the outskirts of Jalna city.

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“Hello Zindagi” Mental Health Helpline Project

The project aims at reducing anemia in 3000 reproductive age- group women and adolescent girls (Age 15- 45) with direct health interventions and health awareness in slums.

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Social Impact

180

Villages & Tribal Hamlets

45

Slums

194000

Patients / Year

3.5 Cr / Year

Out of pocket cost on health saved by poor people

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