Niramaya Primary Health care is one of the key focus areas for Fullerton India that helps improve the social well-being of the community through health awareness and by implementing health programmes that enable the adoption of best health care practices.
Mobile Health Vans
We have collaborated with various NGOs to provide primary health care services through Mobile Health Vans (MHV) at community door-step. The objective is to address the problems of inaccessibility and inability to afford quality health care by the weaker segment of the society. Our MHV’s services include primary health check-ups, free medicines, child nutritional supplements as well as diagnostic investigations.
Fullerton India has 17 MHV’s which covers 1000+ villages across 10 states and provides consultations (OPD) to over 1,000 patients every day. During the Covid pandemic, we facilitated 125,000+ community vaccinations along with various state governments and also provided services like pick & drop for disadvantaged, awareness creation and sensitisation for vaccination and also vaccination for children in schools.
Eye diseases are one of the prime reasons for many rural household to be unemployed or unskilled which also deprives them from their daily livelihoods. Eye care check-up and screening facilities are not easily accessible for rural population and they have to travel to distant locations to avail such facilities. Fullerton India ‘Jyoti-Save the Eye’ CSR initiative not only provides access to quality eye care at community doorstep, but also enhances awareness and addresses the incidences of ‘avoidable blindness’.
Our Vision Care Center’s (VCC) are extending eye care facilities deep into the community areas with appropriate infrastructure and trained human resources drawn from local communities thus addressing the eye care needs of rural India. Most of ours VCC are equipped with tele-ophthalmology which creates virtual interface between patients and ophthalmologists and provides real-time examination of eyes, allow direct online consultations and communication channels between patients and ophthalmologists.
Covid has disrupted lives of 100 million+ across 200+ countries globally. In India, it has also risen steadily and impacted in different phases and variants. To support and augment the efforts of Government, Fullerton India as a part of its CSR has undertaken various initiatives of creating awareness, relief, rehabilitation and rebuilding in the last 2 years and different phases of the COVID-19 pandemic.