Even today, many patients are deprived of availing proper healthcare facility. Lack of infrastructure, apathy of healthcare professionals, illiteracy etc. are some of the reasons, but financial inability is one of the most important reasons of all.

The expenses for tertiary or specialty care are beyond spending capacity of many families. There is a large section in the society who cant afford such treatment after a certain limit. Selling their livelihood assets (house, farming land, shop, etc) or borrowing money from local moneylenders are the only options left with them. This may or may not save patient’s life but this surely brings life-long misery to the family. Many families prefer the patient living (or dying) with the ailment without treating it after their spending capacity. This is where Care Educational Trust steps in and lend a helping hand to these patients.

This is achieved by running charitable hospital in the rural area where there is virtually no medical facility available. Also having mobile clinic facility giving help to people in the slums and neglected area. Care Educational Trust extended its medical services to the physically challenged individuals too. By providing Rehabilation, reading glasses, sticks, wheel chairs, walking aids to the needy patients.

Geriatric population is also taken into consideration with the help of our volunteers and patrons, we are able to fulfil their basic requirements.

Our volunteers also actively participate in blood donation programmes and organize workshops on HIV-AIDS, STD, Tuberculosis, malnutrition programmes.

The Trust is working consistently to eliminate Discrimnation Against the ' Girl Child' - creating awareness programme starts from basic education, safety social security providing proper health sessions.

Salient Features of the service we render

  •   Low cost or free treatment for the needy
  •  Careful screening of patients
  •   Absolutely free medical attention
  •  Speedy Sanction for Help

Broad criteria to determine eligibility for assistance

  •   Children/the young/Family bread winners (Below the age of 60 years)
  •  Those who need complex and complicated surgical intervention.
  •   Those who are likely to be cured completely and lead a normal life after treatment.