Due to widespread prevalence of diabetes in this area, IMANA Medical Relief (IMR) helped establish 4 Diabetes Centers, a Diagnostic Center and a Basic Health unit in Hyderabad. A quick care mini-clinic and dialysis facility was added in 2018. IMR has made a regular annual contribution towards the operations budget of these facilities since 2014, to provide free treatment to the local population. These centers treat tens of thousands of patients annually, providing diabetes treatment, dialysis, lab work, and primary care. Since the beginning of this health care project, 185,006 patients received free treatment through June 2019.
Since the establishment of these centers beginning in 2013, a marked decrease in diabetes has been observed. Your support makes this possible!
Our history in India:
2007: (Srinagar-Kashmir) Financially supported medicine and rehabilitation hospital
2009: Financially supported women's health center (Salamah Hospital)
2013: Established diabetic center for treating/educating local diabetic population of over 1,800 patients, and providing lab services for over 9,000 annually
2014: Contributed $50,000 for the establishment of a new basic health unit and financial support of operations for existing diabetic centers and diagnostics lab to provide free treatment to local population
2014: (Srinagar-Kashmir) Airlifted 2 IEHKs for treatment of people displaced by devastating monsoon floods.
2015: Contributed $50,000 to provide free treatment to the local population at the existing diabetic centers and the newly-established basic health center
2016: Contributed $50,000 for diabetes clinics and health center, treating over 40,621 patients
2017: Contributed $54,000 to provide free treatment to local population at the existing diabetic clinics and basic health center. Over 35,877 patients treated
2018: Provided a grant of $75,000 to cover existing programs and also to provide much-needed maternity care and hemodialysis. 40,799 patients treated.
2019: 25,336 patients have been treated at all the facilities combined, till June 2019, using a $75,000 grant provided by IMR.