Piramal Swasthya is a registered not for profit organization supported by Piramal Foundation and believes in “Democratizing Healthcare” – making Healthcare Accessible, Affordable and Available to all segments of the population, especially those most vulnerable. In order to achieve this goal, we leverage cutting edge information and communication technologies to cut costs without compromising quality as well as Public Private Partnerships to scale its solutions throughout India.
Piramal Swasthya envisions a future in which all vulnerable groups have the necessary information to make informed decisions regarding their health and Accessible, Affordable and Available high quality health infrastructure to support the realisation of those decisions.
They are present across India in 13 states with a 3600+ strong employee team comprising of 490+ Doctors and specialists. Their innovative technology based solutions have helped State Governments to address the issue of Availability and Accessibility of quality Healthcare to vulnerable sections of society.
Piramal Swasthya is bridging the last mile gap in Primary Healthcare service delivery and it is technology and innovation that enables and makes this possible to reach the most remote and vulnerable population. Their service delivery channels – Remote Health Advisory & Intervention Service, Community Outreach Program – Mobile Health Services and Tele-Health Services are all conceptualized around technology.
Transforming Health Ecosystems through High Impact Solutions, Thought Leadership and Partnerships
Cancer..Prevention & Early Detection
D.E.S.H. – Detect Early. Save Her & Him | Kamrup, Assam | 2017
Piramal Swasthya has launched its community-based screening programme – D.E.S.H. for oral, breast and cervical cancers in Kamrup. The programme components include creating community awareness, screening for the cancer of oral cavity, breast and cervix through mobile cancer screening units, mobility for the patients detected positive to a treatment centre and tracking and follow-up.
Equipped with the best equipment, including a mammography unit and staffed by doctors, nurses and radiographers, the Mobile Cancer Screening Unit screens the local population for oral, breast and cervical cancer. Patients identified with cancer are referred to Dr. B. Borooah Cancer Institute for treatment.
Mother and Child
ASARA 2.0 | Araku valley, AP | 2017
Started in 2010, ASARA is a Unique model ending preventable deaths in extremely remote, hilly and difficult to access terrain of Araku valley, Andhra Pradesh. The model aims to provide access to specialist consultation in remotest of the areas where there is no or limited availability of Healthcare resources.
The project has now been expanded to Paderu and Chintapalle mandals. The expansion aims to cover the 2.5 lakh-plus population, including women, children and adolescents in 1179 hard-to-reach habitations across the entire tribal belt of Vishakhapatnam district, starting with Paderu and Chintapalle.
Gosthani – Community Nutrition Hub
Emphasis on nutrition is an important dimension of this program. A community-based approach to nutrition has been adopted at dedicated ‘Nutrition Hubs’ to educate communities about a healthy and nutritious diet. The hubs are being set up to help prepare, process and preserve nutritional – traditional and locally available – food items for families.
Non Communicable Diseases
ASHWAS | Digwal, Telangana | 2016
A community based Non Communicable Disease intervention program focused on timely screening, identification and treatment of Diabetic and Hypertensive patients. Program also aims to reduce the incidence of Non Communicable Diseases (Diabetes & Hypertension) through preventive, predictive and promotive means of Healthcare service delivery.