The hospital is proud to be the trusted healthcare provider of the community it is located in, and has instituted extensive measures to benefit the communities it is associated with.
We understand that stress of corporate lifestyle is a detriment to health. To spread the message of wellness and prevention, free health talks and screening camps are conducted at premises of the hospital as well as at offices of many corporate and PSU organizations. Senior specialists, psychologists, nutritionists and physiotherapists are part of our corporate wellness service.
Free health lectures are also conducted at schools and educational institutes, along with residential localities, to spread awareness about health issues that affect the children like childhood obesity and those that affect the elderly, such as rheumatism.These talks also aim at informing the public about preventive measures during epidemics and seasonal diseases, such as swine flu and dengue.
We believe that it is the responsibility of the medical fraternity to update their knowledge and skills in order to provide their patients with the best treatment possible. The hospital conducts regular free Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs for doctors as well as training programs for nurses and paramedics.
In 1962, "Mother Teresa" brought the first child for treatment to Dr. BalabhaiNanavati Hospital. This marked the beginning of a long and lasting relationship between her and the hospital. The nuns of Asha Daan regularly bring ailing children to the hospital for medical treatment, who will be treated free of cost receiving the same quality of medical care.
Treatment for Patients under Indigent and Weaker Section:
As a registered Charitable Trust we reserve and earmark 10% of our total number of operational beds for indigent patients and provide medical treatment to the indigent patients free of cost. In addition we reserve and earmark 10% of our total number of operational beds at concessional rate (50%) to the weaker section patients as per the provisions of the Bombay Public Trust Act.
A person whose annual income is up to 85,000/- is eligible for Indigent category.
A person whose annual income falls between 85,001/- to 1,60,000/- is eligible for Weaker Section category patient.
Income certificate from Tehsildar's office or Yellow / Orange Ration card are necessary documents to avail this facility.
For assistance please contact: IPF and Corporate Cell office: Mr. Ram Saran at +91 22 61347686.