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Number of States in India with Outreach

Number of hospitals where oxygen concentrators donated

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Oxygen Concentrators

We are sending oxygen concentrators to the hospitals DIRECTLY. Through our physician community, we get live updates about the oxygen and we send the concentrators to these hospitals who are facing immense shortages. Since we are physician led and work directly with physicians in India, we can trust that these will be used properly and immediately. This is the best gift which we can give to save lives of people of India right now.
How much does this cost?
A 5 liter oxygen concentrator costs $551.
A 10 liter oxygen concentrator costs $1000.
Where have you sent oxygen concentrators?
  1. Batra Hospital, New Delhi
  2. SGR City Hospital, New Delhi
  3. Hemkunt Foundation
  4. Sant Nirankari Foundation 1000 Bedded COVID Care Center, New Delhi
  5. Navachethana Hospital and Research Centre, Bengaluru
  6. SVR Ruia Government General Hospital, Tirupathi
  7. MY Hospital, Indore
  8. Nishat Hospital, Lucknow
  9. Madalasa Hospital, Gurgaon, Haryana
  10. Terapanth Bhawan, Chattarpur, Delhi
  11. Sharma Hospital, Noida
  12. Southern Red Cross/ACP India Office, Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu
  13. CanSupport, Delhi: to support COVID and cancer patients
  14. Apex Hospital, Jabalpur
  15. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhopal
How does the supply chain work?
We order in US with a supplier after making sure the models are fine & would work in India by pulmonologists & physicians in India. These are shipped to India, and after custom clearance, these are delivered directly to the hospitals and our physician contacts make sure they are used immediately.
When do the hospitals receive the concentrators?

Barring shipping delays, physicians generally receive the concentrations within 5-10 days of the order being placed.

Home Care Kits

A majority of the COVID-19 patients are at home because of either lack of hospital beds or mild symptoms. A patient’s life changes when they find out that they are COVID-19 positive. As they deal with their diagnosis and anxiety of losing their life, how can we help them?

How much does this cost?

Per kit, the cost is around $25.

Where have you sent home care kits?
  1. Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
  2. Navachethana Hospital and Research Centre, Bengaluru
  3. All India Institute of Medical Sciences
  4. CanSupport, Delhi
How does the supply chain work?

Physicians in US are making this kits after buying the contents. They are then shipped to the hospitals in India directly, and our physicians community in India provide these kits to the patients in hospitals.

What is inside each home care kit?

Our home care kits contain:

  • Information brochure about how to manage COVID-19 at home made by our physicians
  • Pulse oximeter: so patient can monitor their oxygen at home. If oxygen saturation is below 92, they can come to the emergency room.
  • Thermometer
  • Mask
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Paracetamol

Our Partners

Meet and hear from our front line healthcare workers we work with directly, who are part of our Health4TheWorld chapters in India.

This pandemic has brought with it great grief and suffering. No one is untouched with this calamity. Thousands are getting sick everyday & healthcare is [having] a hard time [coping] with this situation. Despite having everything prepared, we are feeling helpless in the current scenario. A little help from everyone could help us fight the condition more fiercely.

Dr. Ujjwal

Junior Resident, All India Institute of Medical Sciences

Working in the frontline during the second wave of COVID-19 in India is heartbreaking, to say… the least. This time, numbers affected by the pandemic have turned into names. Grappling with the eeriness in the air, we, as practitioners of medicine, can do nothing but don our PPE, and give a tough fight to the virus. The news doesn’t help, where it is apparent that it is scarce resources that is killing more than the virus. Hope seems distant, but we somehow do try to share some with our colleagues and family and continue to fight on.

Dr. Swanzil Chaudhary

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhopal

We’re facing a crisis. There is shortage of pulse oximeters & monitors (for vitals monitoring) in the COVID ward as we have only 1 per 24 patients. Even after sending continuous ICU calls patients are not able to get admitted because of lack of beds & ventilators.

Dr. Mahima Bhansal

Intern, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhopal

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