It is our goal to develop this institution to be one of the best centers of hospitality and service. The hospital complex is located on the peaceful MITS campus set in a landscape that provides tranquility and privacy for the patients. We are committed to offer a premises of high standard cleanliness and hygiene for a healthy community.
Since medical treatment is expensive, poor patients are unable to access many of the other private hospitals in India. At our clinic we have been helping many needy patients, adults and children, over the years. But continually increasing demands are proving to be beyond our ability. The demand on us is not only due to non-availability of facilities, but also because of the expectation of our technical excellence in handling complicated procedures. Pediatric cardiac treatment is often practically unavailable in most of the Indian villages. Our periodic visits to the villages identify needy patients through medical camps – invariably with a large number of pediatric cases – and we are able to help to some extent. But even here we have not touched even the fringe of the problem due to shortage of financial resources. We are also in need of hospital equipments and furniture to move in to the new facilities.
The Multi-Specialty Hospital, which is the medical mission dream of Saji, has now become a reality. Basic construction completed in 2013 and we are now gearing up towards being fully operational. We currently have one doctor on staff and we are actively recruiting more doctors and nurses.
We seek to adopt an environment of care, compassion, and love that enables us to respond to patient’s needs in a commendable way. Our mission is to serve the rural community of Nagpur city, providing the best affordable health care through our committed panel of medical professionals. Khadgaon is located about 10 miles from Nagpur city on the Khadgaon road. It is surrounded by 11 rural villages where more than 200,000 people live below the poverty line in unhealthy living conditions.
Women and children are the most innocent victims and have the most severe health issues. In addition to health care, we would like to organize medical camps, awareness programs and training camps in participation with other organizations. We also would like to establish a Nursing program at this hospital to train up nurses from these rural regions.
Hospital Monthly Operations
Phase 1 is to raise $1,500 per month ($18,000 per year) for the operational expenses. This will cover the cost for the doctor and medicines for our out-patient programs. Our total goal is to raise $5,000 per month ($60,000 per year) towards the operational expenses. This includes salary, medicine, electricity, etc. We are asking partners to pledge monthly or a yearly basis. Thank you for your partnership to serve the poor with the love of Christ.
Key Areas of Treatment
When we are fully operational, there will be a well-equipped casualty area, investigation rooms, spacious general wards, and waiting areas at the hospital. A stretcher lift will be functioning on all three floors. A fully equipped labor room will be another feature of the hospital. There will also be a 24 hour critical care unit established on the same premises. General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopedics, TB and Chest Medicine, Dermatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, ENT, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Anesthesiology, Oncology Psychiatry, Clinical Physiology, Dentistry.
US Consulting Doctors
Dr. Ron Graeff, MD
Dr. Ronald Graeff is an allergist-immunologist in Bloomfield, Iowa and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Davis County Hospital and University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He received his medical degree from University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years
Dr. Jack Sorg
Dr. Jack Sorg, MD is a general surgery specialist in Conyers, GA and has been practicing for 47 years. He graduated from Case Western Reserve U, School Of Medicine in 1972 and specializes in general surgery.
Dr. Viji Thomas
Dr. Viji Thomas completed his Medical degree from Government Medical College, Nagpur in 1991. He then completed Residency in Anesthesiology and Fellowship in Interventional Pain Management from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
Dr. Thomas has been in Pain Management Practice since 2005.
“We were very impressed with the new hospital building, and were encouraged by the potential it has for reaching the needs in central India. We were blessed also by the vision the RIMI leadership has moving forward in this important project.”
Dr. Jack Sorg and the medical team.
Medical Camps October 2017
Medical Camps October 2016
Medical Camp October 6, 2015 at Kalmeshwar
Medical Camp October 8, 2015 at 8th mile Carmel Tower