The backbone of a society is healthy populace who are both physically and mentally fit. Since its inception, JSPL Foundation has been carrying out need based health interventions which are not only curative, but also preventive in nature. JSPL Foundation provides a comprehensive range of services to benefit communities ensuring that its stakeholders are productive in their workplaces and safe everywhere. Our care is accessible to all. We are an active investor in healthcare, which is a pillar of our social responsibility programme.
We work towards better health outcomes through a number of initiatives designed to create and enhance health services and spread awareness about public health programmes. The Foundation believes that good health should be a right rather than a privilege for all people. Where appropriate, we partner with government authorities in our efforts to improve access to quality health and immunization facilities. We are involved in making available safe, potable drinking water and in activities aimed at population stabilization; combating HIV/AIDS and managing the interests of the differently abled.
Good Health and Well Being is identified as one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations (Goal 3). At the JSPL Foundation, efforts are put in to make good health affordable and accessible to the local communities and the society at large. As part of this, the Foundation has been establishing multiple charitable clinics, hospitals and providing world-class health facilities to the local communities.
Our efforts at contributing to the health and physical and mental well-being of the local communities and surrounding areas that they affect are well-aligned to the United Nations Sustainable and Millennium Development Goals, the National Health Plan as outlined by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Each of our Health Programme(s) is designed to address the typical health needs in the tribal predominant area and interior rural area. The Health Programmes are thus capsulized taking in to account the need of safe drinking water, sanitation, incidences of vector borne disease, prevalent anemia, Malnutrition, Infant Mortality Rate, Maternal Mortality Rate, Mobile Medical Vans, Tele Medicine Centres and setting up of State of the Art Super Speciality Hospitals.
OP Jindal Hospital & Research Centre located in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh is a 100 bedded state-of-art tertiary care hospital established on 7th August, 2008 commissioned with an aim of providing a depth of expertise in the complete spectrum of advance medical and surgical care equipped with high end facilities. The hospital is dedicated to provide competitive, accessible and affordable world class healthcare services to poor and weaker sections of the society and the community in and around Raigarh.One other 27 bedded OP Jindal Hospital is located in Tamnar. Over the decade, the hospitals have catered to more than 9 Lakh patients from in and around the communities. Subsidized specialized services are made available to patients depending on the criticality of disease and economic condition of patients as per certain prescribed criteria through free treatment scheme supported by JSPL Foundation. The hospital entered into a management contract with Fortis Healthcare Ltd. (India) known for tertiary care on 15th November, 2010.
Mission- To be a leading healthcare organization known for Distinctive patient care, following highest standards of medical ethics, creating a positive impact on communities that we treat.
Vision- To save & enrich lives people through quality healthcare, delivered by team of competent professionals.
Core Values - Patient Centricity, People, and Integrity, Ownership, Team Work, Dignity & Respect.
OP Jindal Hospital & Research Centre located in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh is a 100 bedded state-of-art tertiary care hospital was established on 7th August, 2008 commissioned with an aim of providing a depth of expertise in the complete spectrum of advance medical and surgical care equipped with high end facilities. The hospital is dedicated to provide competitive, accessible and affordable world class healthcare services to poor and weaker sections of the society and the community in and around Raigarh. The hospital entered into a management contract with Fortis Healthcare Ltd. (India) known for tertiary care on 15th November, 2010.
Fortis O.P. Jindal Hospital and Research Centre is a Multi-Super Speciality Hospital with much emphasis on Cardiac Sciences, Ortho/Joint Replacement , Arthroscopy & Trauma, Intensive & Critical Care, Laparoscopic & General Surgery, Renal Sciences, Spine & Neuro Sciences, Maternal and Child Care, Eye Care, ENT, Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation, Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery, Internal Medicine & Dietetics. The hospital has a faculty of highly experienced physicians & surgeons who provide treatment across specialties. It provides special emphasis to critical care which is crucial to patients’ recovery through advanced dedicated ICUs for all specialties. The hospital has allocated 30% of its total bed strength to Critical care beds to facilitate delivery of quality medical care.
O P Jindal hospital Tamnar formally known as Fortis O P Jindal Hospital is a 27 bedded hospital. It is a secondary care hospital which serves as a spoke for FOPJHRC Raigarh with respect to tertiary care. Both the facilities at Raigarh and Tamnar cater to the critical medical needs of the communities primarily from 5 adjoining districts of Chhatisgarh (Jashpur, Ambikapur, Janjgir Champa, Raigarh) and Odisha (Jharsuguda).
Over the decade, the hospitals have catered to more than 9 Lakh patients from in and around the communities. Subsidized specialized services are made available to patients depending on the criticality of disease and economic condition of patients as per certain prescribed criteria’s through free treatment scheme supported by JSPL Foundation.
provide the best and on time treatment care facility to the needy and underprivileged families through Fortis O P Jindal Hospital and Research Centre. Critical cases from the local district hospital and medical college, all nursing homes and clinics are also often referred to FOPJHRC in critical medical conditions. BPL (Below Poverty Line) card holders are offered free OPD services. The location of hospital is very well within the reach of the people living in JHARSUGDA ODISHA and MCL ODISHA as it is the only nearest super specialty Health care facility.
The hospital also has 24 hours emergency and trauma services with well-equipped 3 major operation theatres, 1 eye operation theatre, 1 siemens flat panel Cath lab, 1 minor operation theatre, 1 labor room and fully equipped ICU facilities like - Cardiac ICU, Medical ICU, Surgical ICU, Burn ICU, Neonatal ICU, Dialysis unit & Blood bank with SDP facility and 24 hrs Pathology, Radiology services with 64 slice CT scan facility.
The hospital is empanelled by the Chhattisgarh State Government for their employees as well as for all various state government schemes for BPL card holders such as Ayushman Bharat Yojna, Mukhyamantri Sanjeevani Sahayta Kosh Yojna, Chirayu Yojna etc and also empanelled with various PSUs like Coal India Ltd, NTPC, SECR, CSPDCL, ESIC, all TPAs and the private corporates of surrounding area.
In addition to the above mentioned facilities, the Hospital has 6 Ambulances - 1 ACLS (Cardiac Life Support System) and 5 other Ambulances equipped with all the necessary equipment’s.
The hospitals are registered under the Chhattisgarh State Upcharyagriha Tetha Rogopchar Sambandhi Sthapanaye Anugyapan Adhiniyam 2010. The Hospital is well equipped with facilities (ICU, Ventilators, Oxygen, and Isolation Centres etc.) to treat the Covid 19 affected patients.
Project Vatsalya aims to reduce Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) by means of educating and sensitising the entire local population regarding the services related to Ante Natal Care (ANC) and Post Natal Care (PNC). It encompasses raising awareness and facilitating family planning, use of contraceptives for achieving population stabilization, increasing institutional delivery, safe motherhood, early childcare intervention, combating malnutrition, adolescent health care and sanitation awareness. Till date benefiting more than 2,60,000 women and children.
This programme was first implemented in the Tamnar region of Chhattisgarh and Jereldaburu region of Jharkhand with aim to reduce Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) and Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) by means of educating the entire local population regarding the services related to Ante Natal Care (ANC) and Post Natal Care (PNC). In addition, this programme encompasses raising awareness and facilitating family planning and the use of contraceptives for achieving population stabilization, increasing institutional delivery, safe motherhood, early childcare intervention, combating malnutrition, adolescent health care and sanitation awareness. The programme commenced in 2010 with 30 village-based women called 'Swasthaya Sanginis' and has now expanded to 61 villages in due collaboration with the government departments like ICDS, Health Department and likeminded NGOs.
The project is now implemented in three States; Tamnar & Raigarh in Chhattisgarh, Jeraldaburu in Jharkhand and Tensa in Odisha covering a total 61 villages. The target beneficiaries of the programme are pregnant women, children from 0 to 14 years, nursing mothers, eligible couples & adolescent girls.
Kishori express is a unique programme which reaches out to villages and schools to address the problems of anemia in adolescent girls and women. Operating in collaboration with ICDS and Health Departments, the Kishori express, is operational in 3 States in customised mobile vans, plying in scheduled locations. The project has so far benefitted more than 1.8 lakhs adolescent girls and women.
Kishori Express is an anemia control programme amongst the adolescent girls, implemented across 537 villages of Banarpal & Angul blocks in Angul district of Odisha, 87 villages of Punhana block of Nuh district of State Haryana (under the GOI's Aspiration District Programme launched by Hon. Prime Minister), 15 villages of Patratu block of Ramgarh district in State Jharkhand. The programme was rolled in April 2011 in Chendipada block and replicated at Banarpal block of Angul in 2012 in Odisha.
3 customized vans are operating in the locations equipped with a giant Screen running quiz on personal hygiene and life skill, digital haemometer, Sanitary napkin, Iron Centric Seed kit and brochures on awareness on anemia, potential hazards of low hemoglobin, prevention measures and the importance on Pink health of adolescent girls to control IMR and MMR. The Programme is running in close collaboration with the respective State Govt. / Dist Administration. The ASHA / Anganwadi workers have been providing IFA tablets to severe anemic girls and helping in medical treatment of girls having secondary causes of low hemoglobin.
As part of the awareness campaign associated with the Kishori express, interactive sessions with young girls on health, diet, nutrition, hygiene awareness and anaemia control are done. Besides hb testing, sensitization programmes through counselling video shows, hygiene awareness and practice and use of sanitary napkins ensured for the young girls.
By promoting the use of sanitary napkins, there is a direct impact on women's reproductive health through safe personal hygiene practices. Low cost sanitary napkins are provided to young girls and women and health quizzes through the giant screen inside the mobile van helps young girls in schools and women in villages to be aware of several health topics.
Sneh aims at eradication of hunger among the children of age group of 3-6 yrs through awareness generation for child care, mothers counseling , nutrition supplementation and periodic health check-up. Access to adequate and nutritious food is ensured to the target children in convergence with ICDS, different organizations. The programme has been benefitting more than 1500 families, 4000 children and 250 senior citizens.
To combat malnutrition JSPL Foundation is providing nutrition support to underprivileged and vulnerable children and senior citizens. This initiative is carried out at Angul, Barbil, Raigarh & Tamnar benefitting more than 5000 families. Access to adequate and nutritious food is ensured to the target children in convergence with ICDS, different organizations like Adruta Home, Adivasi Vikas Samiti in Serenda & Rawa Academy.
The rural community healthcare services, also known as Tele-medicine Centres or E-Health Centres(e-hc) cater to the health and medical issues of the local community. The centres provide advance health services to the community and outreach health services from super specialists for the referral patient to reduce mortality and morbidity, patients receive free diagnosis and medicines at the Tele- medicine centres across the 7 locations.Every year the e-hc's serves around 25000 people.
To provide advanced health services to community and outreach health services from super specialists so as to reduce mortality and morbidity, patients need free diagnosis and medicines. At Telemedicine center, patients are provided with specialized medical consultancy by doctors from Fortis OP Jindal Hospital, Raigarh in Chhattisgarh and Hospitals at Bhubaneswar, Cuttack and Keonjhar in Odisha. The telemedicine centers are functional across all locations, i.e Raigarh, Angul, Barbil, Tensa, Jereldaburu, Patratu and Tamnar providing easy accessibility of vital test facility.
JSPL Foundation provides for Mobile Health Care Services for patients who are still far flung and inaccessible to avail of the above services. Mobile health care vans aim to provide access to quality and free medical services, sometimes through camps to poor and tribal populations in far flung or desolate or forest areas and also to generate awareness on preventive health care, curbing superstitious beliefs which are rampant. These mobile health care services also refer critical patients to health centres and dispensaries. Every year around 3lakhs villagers are benefitted through the vans.
Where patients find it difficult to travel to the health centres or dispensaries, JSPL Foundation provides Mobile Health Care Services for patients. These camps aim to provide access to quality and free medical services to poor and tribal populations in far flung or desolate or forest areas and also to generate awareness on preventive health care, curbing superstitious beliefs. These mobile health care services also refer critical patients to health centres or dispensaries.
The Mobile Medical Vans have been providing doorstep medical services in inaccesible áreas, resulting thereby in reduction of vector borne & water borne diseases. Incidences of hospitalization has been reduced by 47 % in case of seasonal and viral diseases. Every year around 3lakhs villagers are benefitted through this service.
Along with the mortality rate commonly associated with HIV, patients often suffer social stigma in the form of ostracism, rejection, discrimination and avoidance by the very communities that they live in. In order to mitigate the social stigma and to identify and assist HIV positive members of the local community, JSPL Foundation often undertakes HIV screening and awareness camps. Till date more than 3.6 lakhs people have been screened voluntarily through the Integrated Counselling and Testing Centres (ICTC), operational at business locations based on NACO guidelines.
While qualified and efficient healthcare benefits the local communities within which JSPL Foundation operates, as the adage goes – prevention is better than cure. In its mission to improve the physical and mental well-being of the local communities, the Foundation tackles this issue not just on the curative front, but also takes preventive steps to curb the spread of disease and stigma associated with certain diseases. These preventive steps largely fall within two categories, viz. - awareness campaigns and screening.
JSPL Foundation has been actively propagating on the ground the practice of 'Know AIDS , No AIDS' and has been putting in all effort to sensitize the community, especially migrant populations, about preventive measures to protect themselves from the risk of infection. Besides, the Foundation counsels the community to go for voluntary testing of HIV & AIDS. To bring about behaviour change, awareness generation activities like interpersonal communication, street plays, skits are conducted.