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HEALTH SERVICE

     

The Trust is much concerned for the good health of those who are not well off to pay for the costly treatments. Financial assistance is granted to chronic disease patients as well as for major surgeries.

Prof ( Dr ) S P Singh Oberoi ji attended the seminar & addressed more than 250 doctors of PGI Chandigarh .This Seminar is on awareness & discussion on Medical profession, medical services, social services, autism & special children. Organized by Dr Yash Pal Dharma Ji , Dr Surjit Singh Ji , Prof Devi Dayak Ji & Sdr Bhupinder Pal Ji .

    In order to combat with tremendously spreading Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in Punjab, Haryana Maharashtra. Chandigarh. HP, UP, Keral, Rajasthan, Delhi and other states, the Trust is installing Dialysis Machines in private as well as in Civil Hospitals to provide services at the nominal cost and within a distance not more than 15 km. The trust has so for installed about 240 Dialysis units in 41 Government, 159 Private Hospitals i.e. total 200 units installed in hospitals by Trust.     The Trust is much concerned for the good health of those who are not well off to pay for the costly I 1 IV treatments. Financial assistance is granted to chronic disease patients as well as for major surgeries.             Dr. S.P. Singh Oberoi donate Dialysis Unit and Clinical Lab at Ek Noor Neki Da Hospital. Dr. Oberoi inquiring about the health of the patients.         Dr. S.P. Singh Oberoi Managing Trustee of Sarbat Da Bhala Charitable Trust donated an Anesthesia workstation machine worth Rs. 15 lakh to Government Civil Hospital, Faridkot. The machine was inaugurated by Dr. S.P. Singh Oberoi and Dr. Raj Bahadur Vice Chancellor, Baba Farid University.     Dr. S.P. Singh Oberoi donated 10 Wheel Chairs to Railway Station Amritsar.¬†   Dental Unit donated at Commando Centre, Bahadurgarh, Patiala      
Continuous Medical Services in Emergency Situations
Prioritizing medical facilities in the Corona pandemic, Dr. Oberoi put all of the trust's financial and human resources first so that rescue operations could be carried out. The major works are: Provision of ventilators in government and non-government hospitals across Punjab. A part from providing ventilator in Medical Colleges PGI, Medical College Patiala Medical College Amritsar, Surgical Mask, P.P.E - Kits and other equipment were also provided so that the medical staff could fight safely. Provide water tankers and handwashing soap in public places. Sanitizer were sent to all the district police head quarters including the hospitals so that the frontline staff could not face any difficulty. Migrant workers returning home were provided with masks and sanitizers. Masks and sanitizers were distributed to all the members of the trust and members of the district units. 20,000 masks and sanitizers sent to Markfed employees. Masks sent to farm laborers, farmers and grain market employees for wheat harvest. Infrared thermometers and digital thermometers were provided in medical facilities which were imported from abroad especially due to non-availability in India. In addition to plastic face shields, sanitizer dispensers, oximeters, sanitary pads as a general need and safety Jackets to protect against fog and winter were also provided. During this difficult time, the Trust's Dylsis Centers functioned as usual to protect the common patients and Dylizer kits were also provided free of cost. It may be recalled that about 10,000 simple Three-layer masks were made by the Teachers and Students of these wing centers run by the Education department of the trust using the clothes provided by the trust and distributed at the district level.    
Packing, Distribution Process at Head Office : Medicine Kits for all Districts of Punjab
Taking care of district wise requirements during the second wave of coronavirus, SDB is supplying Oxygen Concentrators, Mortuary freezer boxes, Triple Layer Masks, N 95 Masks, Infrared Thermometers, Digital Thermometers, Pulse Oximeters, Face shields and PPE Kits, S. Jassa Singh, S. Inderjeet Singh, S. Satnam Singh, Madam Gill, Dr. Atwal, Dr. Gill and Mr. Sharma Ji taking care of the seamless packaging and distribution process.