Corporate Social Responsibility

Bhatia Hospital firmly believes in protecting what matters the most - people.

We believe that while growing, it is our humble duty to give back to the community which forms the cornerstone of our success. Because growth can only be meaningful and sustainable when it goes beyond numbers, when we create a better world by developing communities.

Thus, Corporate Social Responsibility at Bhatia Hospital embraces the principles of sustainable development and development for all. Bhatia Hospital has been carrying out its philanthropic activities by forming a Charitable Trust back in 1932. The passionate commitment to promote societal welfare has inspired the Foundation to work towards the following objectives:

  • Constantly striving to improve its service to highest standards in the fields of medicine, nursing care and general patient care.
  • Utmost care is taken to ensure presence of good hygiene and cleanliness at all times.
  • Catering to the entire spectrum of the population – from lower income groups to the elite class of the society.
  • Follow principles of fairness and transparency in its dealing and offering its services at affordable rates.
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Palavi at Pandharpur :

We have donated Fowler Beds, Wooden Sofa Cum Beds, Food Tables, Trolleys and Blood Pressure Equipment to the Children’s Residential Project Palavi at Pandharpur.

 

The Bombay Mothers & Children Welfare Society, Mumbai :

We have donated Blood Pressure Equipment, I.V. Stand, Fowler Beds, Food Tables, Sofa Cum Beds and Personal Computers to the NGO.

 

Dr. Ambedkar Sheti Vikas Va Sansodhan Sanstha, Solapur & Mumbai :

We have donated Computers to the NGO.

 “Spandan”   Janta OPD- Free OPD Service 

Bhatia Hospital is happy to share its successful progress of  “Spandan” the Janta OPD which is a first of its kind and designed for underprivileged and below poverty line people in Mumbai.

 

S/N

DAY

TIME

NAME OF DOCTOR

SPECIALITY

1

MONDAY

9 AM TO 10 AM

Dr.Nandini Momaya

Opthalmologist

2

MONDAY

10:30  TO 11:30

Dr.Atish Bhagwati

General Physician

3

MONDAY

12 TO 1PM

Dr.Devika Chopra

Gynecologist

4

MONDAY

1 PM TO 2 PM

Dr.Sambhav Shah

Orthopedics

5

TUESDAY

12 TO 1 PM

Dr.Gunjan Dodwani

Endoscopic Surgeon

6

WEDNESDAY

11 TO 12 NOON

Dr.Nitin Gupta

ENT Surgeon

7

WEDNESDAY

12 TO 1 PM

Dr.Kinjal Shah

Gynecologist

8

WEDNESDAY

3 PM TO 4 PM

Dr.Ishtiyaque Khan

Orthopedics

9

THURSDAY

11 TO 12 NOON

Dr. Sandip Mehta

Pediatrics

10

THURSDAY

1 PM TO 2 PM

Dr.Gyanesh Lad

Orthopedics

11

THURSDAY

3 PM TO 4 PM

Dr.Pravin Gore

Gen Surgeon

12

FRIDAY

9 AM TO 10 AM

Dr.Sourabh Shah

Dermatologist

13

FRIDAY

11 TO 12 NOON

Dr.Abhishek Subhash

Internal Medicine

14

FRIDAY

12 TO 1 PM

Dr.Khojaste Dastoor

Endoscopic Surgeon

15

FRIDAY

3 PM TO 4 PM

Dr.Hemant Patel

General Physician

16

SATURDAY

9 AM TO 10 AM

Dr.Jitshree Mhatre

Dentist

 

We request everyone to share the above with maximum colleagues and friends so that everyone in need can avail benefits of “JANTA OPD” where consultation from experienced and expert doctors across different fields are absolutely free of cost. Some of the medicines if recommended to the patients are also distributed free.

 

These Free OPD Services are also available at Motibai Thackersey Charitable Trust Dispensary located near Mahalaxmi Temple ,  Opp Nageshwar Mahadev Mandir , Mumbai.

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Go green initiative programs are designed to protect human health and reserve natural resources for future generations. The principle behind the Go Green initiative is to design a world where natural resources will be equitably available, and all children will be healthier.

Bhatia hospital promotes the Go Green Initiative program by taking few following measures:

Energy conservation by promoting solar energy consumption:

A solar panel is installed on the roof of the hospital for heating water which is needed for the day to day activities at the Hospital. This helps in conserving electric energy resources which are scarce, while using natural sources as much as possible.


Management of waste disposal:

The Biomedical wastes are strictly disposed by the statutory laws made by BMC for the Medical Waste Management. Biomedical waste is properly managed and disposed off to protect the environment, general public and health care workers.


Food waste is a growing area of concern with many costs to our community in terms of waste collection, disposal and greenhouse gases. Kitchen wastes are segregated at every step and is eliminated when passed on through the sink incinerators and then processed into in-house Biogas plant.

Indigent / Weaker Section Ward :

As per the High Court order, we have established an Indigent Patients Ward (totally free ward) and Weaker Section Ward (with 50% concession). Persons whose gross family income is upto Rs. 50,000 per annum are entitled for indigent ward and persons whose gross family income is upto Rs. 100,000 per annum are entitled for weaker section.


A team of dedicated staff has been appointed by the hospital, to process the applications for free and subsidized treatment to poor patients.

Senior Citizen (65 Yrs or Above) Discount :

As a part of our greater social responsibility, we are pleased to announce that we will be offering a Senior Citizen Discount of 25 % on hospital OPD and diagnostic services (15% on CT scans only) to all senior citizens (65 yrs or above). This is not applicable to private OPD.

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