Vehicle Tracking & Passenger Information System (VTPIS) is another BOOT project with TSRTC in which SAFE will provide Vehicle Tracking service to entire fleet of 10495 buses in TSRTC.
SAFE has commercial advertisement rights across fleet to deploy LED TVs and 7 Big Screens at MGBS, JBS, Warangal, Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Mahaboobnagar and Khammam as revenue model. This will be an effective platform for the advertisers as TSRTC serves about 95 lacs passengers per day.
Unlike any commercial venture where the main motive is profit, a non-profit medical institute or an educational institute strives to champion the cause of human dignity. Within the ambit of its humble mite, a non-profit institute attempts to help the poor, the needy and disadvantaged section of the people of the society. This kind of non-profit service assumes great significance particularly in context of a vast country like India.Medical care has become all too expensive even for the people who can afford to pay. One cannot even imagine the plight of the poor and deprived people who succumb to deadly diseases due to sheer lack money.SAFE Health hospitals intend to provide relief to rural people who are victims of serious ailments. Diseases do not afflict selectively the urban and the rich.They do not make any territorial distinctions. Since rural infrastructure is relatively backward SAFE Health foundation has chosen to focus on the rural areas as in Mahatma Gandhi’s word “India lives in villages”.
Non-profit hospital projects are very ambitious in nature and the growth and expansion has to be necessarily gradual and incremental. SAFE Health foundation is aware of the limitations of such huge outlays of funds and the mammoth scale operations. Hence, the initial efforts will be focused to make it 300 bed hospital in around Hyderabad city in a campus of 40-50 acres at the minimum that will provide universal access to the needy and poor of not only of state of Telegana rural districts but other areas of India. The overarching goal of SAFE Health foundation is that whether it is heart bypass surgery, a kidney transplant, a lung operation, brain surgery or eye surgery it will be provided entirely free of cost the poor and the needy strictly on merit.
SAFE Health Foundation Mission:
The guiding principles of SAFEHealth Foundation for driving all medical succour are as follows:
World Health Organisation (WHO) and the concept of integrated health practices:
WHO lays stress on providing the right medical care at the right place. According to WHO Integrated medical service delivery is “the organization and management of health services so that people get the care they need, when they need it, in ways that are user-friendly, achieve the desired results and provide value for money.”
The main components integrated medical practice as envisioned by SAFE Health Foundation are-
Primary Health Care
Medical camps are integral to primary healthcare. SAFE Health Foundation envisages organising on a regular basis in rural areas where patients receive doctor’s consultation and medicines free of cost. Hundreds of thousands of patients will benefit from numerous routine operations like cataract heart stent operations. Free medical dispensaries will be run by SAFE Health Foundation that will be located conveniently for universal access. Likewise Blood donation camps will be organised by medical teams. Besides, mobile medical teams will visit orphanages, old age homes, leprosy homes for medical check-up on a regular basis.
Secondary Healthcare (The hospitals services)
The General Hospital at the proposed campus will render free medical aid. The hospital will offer state of the art medical facilities with a team of dedicated and selfless doctors and other medicalancillary services personnel. The major focus of course will be for patients are from socially and economically weaker sections of society. The various departments in the general hospitals are: general medicine, paediatrics, general surgery, orthopaedic surgery, plastic surgery, urology, ENT surgery, ophthalmology, SAFE Health Foundation Eye Bank, obstetrics, and gynaecology.
Tertiary Health Care (the super-speciality hospitals)
The SAFE Health Foundation also envisages sophisticated health services to be provided at a fraction of cost to patients who are marginally better in their economic status. Even heart surgeries like transplant and valve replacement are done at subsidized cost.
Adoption of villages
Focus will be to identify areas that inhabited by economically downtrodden and tribal or socially other backward people for medical care. Welfare initiatives like health awareness, immunization and treatment camps in remote rural areas. It is also proposed to adopting schools for immunization, awareness and treatment.
Arogyamastu is a “Basic Life Support” (BLS) program, which is a primary level healthcare provided by a trained paramedical team during medical emergencies at various public places. SAFE is going to setup Health Kiosks with first aid and preliminary diagnosis facilities; and well trained paramedical staff at the places of crowd and need.
In the present day lifestyle and health scenario, certain diseases like BP, Diabetes, and other related issues such as heart and lungs disorders have become very common and almost every one irrespective of age and health is attacked by one or the other illnesses. Sometimes people are attacked by these diseases without any symptoms or history. In order to provide necessary medical aid to the needy people during medical emergencies, with a strong belief that “service to the man is service to the god”, SHF is going to setup and operate Health Kiosks with the qualified paramedical teams.
Objectives of SAFE Health Centres
The first health centre in this project is launched on 8th February, 2015 at Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, Yadagirigutta, Nalgonda Dist, Telangana and similar facility will be setup soon at the following places:
SAFE Health Centres are equipped with the following facilities: