MDCF, a UK based charity, has dedicated it's efforts to support the Charitable Hospital, Kheda, Gujarat, India.
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MDCF is a UK based charity that is supporting the work of a charitable hospital based in India. The hospital is a NGO health-care facility managed by a local a team of trustees. MDCF has been challenged with the development and sustainability of this project. To date we have been successful, and continue to develop the project in a sensible and useful way for the local community.
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Patron: Sir Christopher Pagett. Head of Global Security & Fraud Risk, HSBC plc,
Patron: Mr NR Chandarana, Managing Director SPK Health (www.spkhealth.us)
Patron: Dr Siobhan Martin. Partner, Mercer (www.mercer.com)
Patron: Ms Janet Thomas, Citigroup (www.citigroup.com)
Associate Medical Director: Dr Louise Pack MRCP MMedSci (www.bsuh.nhs.uk)
Chairman MDCF: Dr Hiten RH Patel, PhD, FRCS (www.hrhpatel.org)
See our useful infographic below in aide of the hospital fundraiser in Ahmedabad. You can donate on the MDCF site or in India.
Women and Children Health Centre Appeal
We continue to raise the 400K GBP to develop this much needed service. MDCF is proud to say we have managed to develop several other important services without an appeal. Now we need to have your help (donate) . Please see details in latest news.
A child with his mother both getting help during our recent medical camp.
The out patient facility includes a state of the art laboratory and radiology centre which are fully operational. Dental and Eye services will come on line from november 2010 within this facility. We have also completed a operating room which is fully functional. The hospital can be seen in more detail with our image gallery. Read more
This charitable hospital is a non-profit health-care facility in the developing world. In recent years, the project has grown to the current hospital with expanding services and upgrading of facilities. The expansion programme has emphasised the introduction of new diagnostic services and the raising of the quality of care to international standards. We strive to maintain a self-sufficient service offering support to the local community. We are fully aware of continuing our independent status so the local community is not reliant upon our service alone. This is a challenge as we plan for the future, but we have been successful to date Read more
How your donation helps
Examples of how your donations can help include:
£150 - bicycle for an outreach worker.
£800 - food needed to supplement the diets of 100 poor patients/year.
£2,000 - village healthcare awareness raising day.
£8,500 - vehicle for outreach healthcare services .
£45,000 - fully equipped oral & dental health unit.
£75,000 - ENT and Ophthalmic suite.
£400,000 - Women's & Children's Health Facility
£1.8Million - Women, Children and Educational Institute
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