Health for rural poor
There are around 45-50 villages within 4-5 km radius of Vijay Mandir, Alwar, having no access to proper medical facilities. A Government PHC situated nearby is almost defunct. As such, the rural masses are at the mercy of unregistered medical practitioners and quacks. Patients have to travel 10-15 km to Alwar to access proper medical aid. Women in particular get no specialised medical attention.
SAPNA started a Public Healthcare Centre (PHC) at Vijay Mandir, Alwar, on August 1, 2008. The part time clinic (8 am to 12 noon) is looked after by a doctor and a compounder. A basic diagnostic laboratory having a semi-automated chemical analyser and automated haematology analyser and x-ray facility has been provided. A token registration charge of Rs. 10 is charged from every patient. Medicines are dispensed free of cost. The service of a gynaecologist is provided thrice a month. The patients are also counselled about the further course of treatment. Such a facility also caters to the medical needs of the inmates of the Home for Sick and Destitute. A DOT centre was recently added to the PHC to treat tuberculosis patients. The PHC is also equipped with a hi-tech ambulance which is used to ferry patients from the Trauma Centre, Delhi, and transporting patients from the Home in times of emergency .

DOCTOR : Dr. Subhash Gupta

COMPOUNDER: Vijay Singh Chauhan


Gynae Camp :

Free Gynae Camps are held on the 1st and 16th of every month. The women are also counselled about family planning.

Financial Year OPD's OPD Gyane Diagnostics Last Registration No. Total Expenditure(Rs.)
2012-2013 5888 429 773 38783 147453
2013-2014 4930 190 712 43714 491497
2014-2015 4605 282 534 48314 468106
2015-2016 3233 432 997 52137 396266

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