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Around 1200
VOLUNTEERS contributed

Which has helped approximately 7500 patients so far!

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Hospital Infrastructure

ICU
Emergency Ward
Dental Surgery Unit
Ophthalmology Unit
Major Operation Theatre
Minor Operation Theatre
Labour Room
OPD Waiting Area
OPD Consulting Cabins
Reception & Registration
X-Ray Unit
Hospital Entrance
Physiotherapy Unit
General Ward
Laboratory

Dr. (Col.) Tarun Kaul – Director, Swami Amar Dev Hospital

Dr. (Col.) Tarun Kaul is a retired Colonel and winner of the esteemed Sena Medal in 2005. Under his able and uncompromising supervision Swami Amar Dev Hospital has been set up. After serving for 33 years in the Indian army, Dr. (Col.) Tarun Kaul decided to pursue his dream of providing quality healthcare to the deprived sections of society.

During his service, Dr. (Col.) Tarun Kaul worked across various geographies from glaciers to deserts in various departments from clinical to instructive as well as in administration. Dr. (Col.) Tarun Kaull has been the Director and Administrative in-charge of a Medical set up in a foreign country with 2 hospitals and 3 medical centers, Director of polyclinic & trauma Center at Delhi with an OPD of 4000 patients/day, Director of Army Medical Services over 2 states, Director of Medical Training and Coordination at Army Headquarters.

Dr. (Col.) Tarun Kaul has been leading our outreach and special programs from the front and actively contributes in all the programs organized by the hospital.

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Most Hospitals only treat patients, but Swami Amar Dev Hospital (SADH) strives to make the people of Pataudi and surrounding villages aware of the pitfalls of certain lifestyle habits

Medical health check-up camps – Free Mega Medical camps once a month and Free Mini Medical camps. Focus areas are Mother & Child, Anaemia, Diabetes, Mammography screening, Bone-mass density check-up, etc. These camps are organized in remote villages around Pataudi. Free medicines are also provided to the patients during these camps.

Visit to Asha and Aanganwadi workers – This is being done to spread awareness on various life style changes that can help the people of Pataudi to have a disease free life or to make them aware that they reach the medical facility on time without wasting their time and money in resorting to various treatments provided by local ojhas and quacks, resulting in worsening of the condition.

Dental health awareness program – The  awareness program included lectures on oral health and disease prevention, demonstrations of preventive  techniques followed by individual oral inspection of the target audience.

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