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Pravara MT

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Pravara Medical Trust (PMT) – a not-for-profit organization founded in 1972 under BPT Act 1950 and SRA 1860. The trust located in Loni – a remote rural village of Ahmednagar district, functions as part of “Pravara Integrated Rural Development Model” conceived in 1950. PMT has developed a “Comprehensive Rural and Tribal Healthcare Model” by establishing state-of-art preventive, curative, rehabilitative healthcare & educational complex to serve about 3.0 million rural and tribal people of seven blocks of Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra. 1. A 1250 bedded multi-specialty charitable medical – the biggest in Ahmednagar district, does over Rs. 25 crores of charity every year for medical treatment and food for poor patients. As many as 6,00,000 OPD consultations, 75,000 IPD admissions, 10,000 deliveries, 10,000 major operations, 40,000 minor operations and 2000 cancer patients are treated every year. 2. PMT PIMS adopted 350 villages-250 rural and 100 tribal, for implementing the following innovative activities to reach the unreached at their doorsteps :a. 10 Rural and Tribal Health Centres covering 130 villages provides almost free treatment to patients.b. 2 Mobile Medical Clinics (1 rural & 1 tribal) & ONE Mobile Dental Clinic covering 100 villages.c. 24 Gram Arogya Banks (Village Health & Wellbeing Centre) d. 6 Motorbike Ambulances-cum-Health Clinics (4 tribal & 2 rural) covering 100 villages.e. Monthly/Fortnightly outreach Multi-specialty Medical camps, Specialty Camps, Preventive Healthcare screening camps, Blood donation camps, School health check-ups.3. Extension Projects on RMNCH+A, Targeted Interventions for STI & HIV/AIDS, TB, Cancer, Tribal Medicine, mHealth, Emergency Medicine etc in Ahmednagar & Nashik Districts.4. Vocational Training Centre (VTC) for Skill Development Training in Nursing, Paramedical & Public Health workers recognized by Maharashtra State Skill Development Society (MSSDS), Mumbai Received “Vayoshreshta Samman National Award–2015” for Best Institution Providing Healthcare & Awareness Generation for Elderly People from His Excellency, President of India, and Shri. Vijay Merchant Memorial Award for “Outstanding Employer of the Disabled–2015”. Recognized by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam & Ministry of Rural Development, GoI as one of the three Best PURA Models of the Country.


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Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil, a farmer of Loni, a draught prone backward village of Maharashtra, realized the importance of integrated rural development to solve the problems of illiteracy, poverty, hunger, unemployment, social inequality, economic exploitation, poor public and personal health, which were the real challenges before a young independent India in 1947. The rare visionary was full of ideas, courage and determination to address these issues head on. He initiated the revolutionary cooperative movement of farmers to achieve the impossible – “integrated holistic sustainable rural development”. The cooperative movement of farmers led by him, aimed at the issues of agriculture, livestock development and agro-based industry (1948), primary, secondary and collegiate education (1964) and cooperative banking (1972). All these initiatives started transforming the draught prone backward village towards the path of integrated sustainable rural development – social, political and economical. In order to address the issues of comprehensive rural health care, he established PMT in 1972, Pravara Hospital in 1976 at Loni and several rural health centres in the periphery. For this illustrious social work and sacrifice, Govt of India honored him with “Padmashri” in 1962. Pune University with Honorary D.Lit in 1978 and Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth with Hon D.Sc. in 1979.

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