With over 300,000 cases recorded each day, India is buckling under its worst wave of COVID-19 infections. The desperation for treatment is mounting to terrifying levels and the country is facing a severe shortage of healthcare infrastructure and facilities, oxygen, tests, and vaccines. 

Shrimad Rajchandra Love and Care has responded to this escalating crisis by launching a dedicated COVID-19 Health Centre to offer life-saving services for patients from the rural areas of South Gujarat, India. The Health Centre contains a 50-bed unit with modern medical facilities to treat patients with, and suspected of, COVID-19. The Center has plans to rapidly expand into a 100-bed unit.

Currently, India is struggling with a shortage of oxygen, one of the most crucial factors in the fight against COVID-19. In support of the SRLC’s efforts, the Indian government is graciously providing the Health Centre 40 oxygen cylinders per day; however, supplies are falling short. 

We urgently need your support to cover daily patient treatments, replenish supplies, and expand the facility. Please make a donation below on either our web page or Facebook Campaign. Your gift will help us save lives, now.

 

Shrimad Rajchandra COVID-19 Health Center

In just ten days, Shrimad Rajchandra COVID-19 Health Care Center was set up to treat hundreds of rural districts in South Gujarat who have no other access to COVID-19 facilities.

The 50-bed center allows doctors to care for desperate patients with ventilators, BiPAP machines, high-flow oxygen support, a CT scan machine and ICU ward. Plans are underway to quickly expand the center to 100 beds.

In the COVID-19 Suspect Ward, doctors will conduct extensive testing and those with COVID-19 like symptoms will receive treatment.

Queues of villagers have already started coming for treatment and we urgently need your support to cover daily patient treatments, replenish supplies, and expand the facility. Please make a donation below on either our web page or Facebook Campaign. Your gift will help us save lives, now.