In 1992 a group of young, dedicated doctors, realizing the fact that India's rural areas lacked even basic health care, came together to provide several villages with health amenities that would be holistic and affordable. Considering this as a Divine Calling they took this golden opportunity to serve the humanity. Their care and compassion became the founding stone of 'Share Your Care'. Supporting by enlightened industrialists, these caring doctors started a small nursing home, at Mira Road, which late blossomed in the 'Bhaktivedanta Hospital'. From 1998 the hospital has touched many lives and brought back the smile on their faces. The personal touch and professional approach, backed by state-of-the-art facilities, with a unique blend of spiritual and emotional care, makes it a Hospital with a difference. Serving with devotion, Share Your Care pledges, 'Let Not Humanity Suffer'. Share Your Care is committed to giving back to the society.
Share Your Care is a community relief & project development wing of Bhaktivedanta Hospital, a project of Sri Chaitanya Seva Trust which focuses on projects, programs and causes in the healthcare sector with the main objective to provide free, concessional & affordable health care services to the needy. We offer a helping hand to the people irrespective of their caste, creed, nationality, race or religion with care & compassion.
Share Your Care continuously strives to bridge the gap between the have's and the have not's in the society by efficiently & effectively channelizing the resources which will bring positive changes at the grass root level.
Share Your Care for the past two decades has been involved in: –
- 1. Identifying the healthcare needs of the community
- 2. Providing healthcare services to the needy
- 3. Determining project feasibility & work towards self-sustainability
- 4. Involving partners for the project development activities of the hospital
- 5. Supporting patients through sponsorships.
- 6. Monitoring & evaluation of projects
- 7. Statutory compliance as per Government norms
- 8. Creating sustainable healthcare models for different communities