Bhaktivedanta Hospital
Bhaktivedanta Hospital was among the first to respond and offer relief to the victims of the tsunami in the fishing village.
Kaveri Times

Relief Work

Be it the Gujarat earthquake, Mumbai floods, Tsunami, or the train bomb blasts that rocked Mumbai, Bhaktivedanta Hospital is in the forefront in offering rapid medical and rehabilitative relief.

Disaster victim

Mumbai Flood Relief

On July 26th 2005, 944mm of rain fell in one day deluging the entire city. Bhaktivedanta hospital carried out the following relief operations:

  • Transporting stranded people to safety
  • Feeding 1000 people everyday for a week
  • Free medical camps
  • 20 students and ten school staff accommodated for more than 36 hours at the Hospital with food.
  • This timely relief work greatly appreciated by Mira Bhayander Municipal Commissioner R.D.Shinde IAS

TSUNAMI RELIEF WORK

  • Free medical treatment to over 2500 patients.
  • Distributed 48,000 plates of meal daily for 2 months.
  • Provided Ration materials, cooking stoves, mats, bed sheets.
  • Provided children with books, notebooks, school bags, shoes and uniforms.
  • Counseled to Tsunami victims to overcome the trauma.
  • Constructed 52 permanent houses for the victims at Madhavamedu village.
Tsunami Relief efforts

Mumbai Bomb blasts

Terror and mayhem struck Mumbai on 11th July 2006 as seven powerful blasts ripped through packed train cars and stations during rush hour. At least 184 people were killed and around 714 injured, in the worst terror attack in India in over a decade. Many were brought to the Bhaktivedanta Hospital. The relief work was greatly appreciated by the collector of Thane District, senior Police officials, corporations and other senior officials.

  • 20 specialist, 35 nurses and 50 paramedical staff were assigned to treat the victims.
  • All the treatment including tests and medicines were provided for free to the patients.
  • 500 people—relatives of patients, police, media etc. were served meals.
  • The hospital continues to give spiritual care and counseling for the patients and their relatives.
  • The relief work was greatly appreciated by the collector of Thane District, senior Police officials, corporators and other senior officials.
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Disaster victim
Newspaper tsunami clipping
Disaster Victim
Newspaper clipping
Train Bomb Victim