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February 2019 Edition
Read.  Be Inspired.  Act
Namaskar,
                 'The Heart Beat' Newsletter of Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Centers for Child Heart Care - Atal Nagar, Chhattisgarh, Palwal, Haryana and Khargar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra for the month of February 2019.

All services rendered are Totally Free of Cost to All. As always.
 
Kind regards,
Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Team.
 

Editor's Note

And now three remain, Faith, Hope and Love. Of these, Love is the Greatest.

Corinthians 12:12 


In volatile times such as these, the need for a different path, physically, emotionally and spiritually has demanded president. The search has become more internal. The form morphed to formlessness. What was once, “seeing is believing “ has now transformed to “believe and you will see”.
So a question comes to light, can something purely theosophical take corporeal form?

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani began as an internal quest. Grasping at a fleeting promise made. Faced with an uncertain future and a handful who understood and encouraged. As perseverance and courage of a few ensued, it began on the foundation of Faith and functioned on the premise of Hope. But what truly added flavour was the Currency of Love. And so Sanjeevani materialised. 

The month of February was riddled with several little events apart from the 500 children that left our institutes healed.
The Palwal centre was visited by Dr.Ekochin Fintan C, Honourable commisioner of Health, Enugu State, Nigeria. Congenital Heart Week was observed from 7th to 14th of February, bringing awareness of the disease and early diagnosis and the importance of trained skilled staff.

We Report - 72,926 Pediatric Cardiac Consultations,  8,150 pediatric cardiac surgeries and cath interventions, 67,666 rural children & 10,632 rural pregnant mothers followed up and cared for on a Monthly basis, so far - All Totally Free of Cost.


                       
                                                       
                                                                                  Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Team

 

All Services Rendered Absolutely Free of Charge
From the Heart 
Our Founding Father
 
Who is Sathya Sai Baba? A question that will remain a mystery and ever be a mystique. Sathya Sai Baba enabled us, to realize our own selves in His Presence. The beauty of Him was we found ourselves in His presence and knowing ourselves is truly, knowing Humanity. 
I and YOU are ONE was the life and message of Sathya Sai Baba. That the suffering of ONE was as much the suffering of another was His unifying message. To alleviate the suffering of each other and to fill that with Love is what He lives and works for. This timeless Truth in changing times stands as testimony to the work being done in Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani. As the Omniscient, Omnipresent Founding Father, His message of LOVE ALL, SERVE ALL forms the cardinal rule for the workings of this great Institute.

C. Sreenivas
Chairman
Diamond in the Rough 
 
It's been said, the resilience of the Human Spirit can be measured by the capacity to rise after every fall.

The story of Kruthi Varshini defines that resilience. A 25-year old young woman, Kruthi has a masters degree in Sociology, came to us with a complex Congenital Heart Lesion - Tetrology of Fallot. All of 32 kilos, she is one of three sisters in a single parent household and primary financier of the family living in a small town in remote Bihar.

At the age of 5 her mother was diagnosed with a tumour in the brain and suffered a long, painful 10 years before she finally succumbed to the disease. She pursued Sociology to better understand her situation, find an answer and eventually become a teacher.

Being a bright student, she picked up typing and did some computer courses while she worked at a Car Dealer's to make ends meet. As her disease progressed, of which she was unaware of till the age of 21, daily activity became an arduous task. 

"Finances were very difficult and I had so many dreams. We had no savings but we decided to try once. The charges were going to be more that 300,000 rupees with no guarantee" She recollects when asked about what she was going through when she first got diagnosed.

Dejected a hard decision was made.
With no knowledge of the complexity of the disease, she decided she would continue earning what she could to get her sisters married, till it was time to go.
It was 4 years later, she was told to leave her job as her disease had progressed to the extent where she was losing her hearing. Completely devastated with no idea of her next option, she walked home working on plan B. 
On a visit to Delhi, to meet a 'wealthy relative' she met a 'God-send' she says. Waiting at the train station after a futile visit, Kruthi met a financial man working for Birla Finance who told her about Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani. "I went to borrow money for my household, but I was being told I could probably get cured for free." She said it was like a bet she had to make - Try and get money for the family or take a chance to treat herself. She says, it was the hardest decision she made.

She bet on Sanjeevani.

Her disease was complex and because of her advances age, the body had adapted to the disease in such a way, a classical surgery was out of question. On the operating table, just before she was taken under, she was the face of poise, calm and endurance. 

7 days after that moment, she was headed home with the Gift of Time, Hope  and Life. "It feels my life before surgery was a dream. My education taught me about society and its difficulties and my experience taught me absolutely nothing is free. Here at Sanjeevani, there are different types of societies and Free Exists."
The Sanjeevani Impact Factor
Blessing, Like Love can only beget more of itself.


In one of the impact interviews, a father Mr Ganpati Yadav, a government school teacher from Dhamtari district in Chhattisgarh, father of Aditi, a child suffering from ASD and treated at Sai Sanjeevani has expressed his heartfelt gratitude.

         “The hospital, the services offered and the staff which include the doctors, the nurses and every single staff are truly a blessing for the families who cannot afford this treatment.
This Hospital and the New Life which was given to my child is the blessing of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. The parental outreach classes on cleanliness, sanitation and awareness are those that turn hopelessness into hope and help us learn ways to take better care of our children. Totally Free of Cost and the undercurrent of Love is what makes this a very special place. There is no way I can repay what was given to me, but I can pray that every staff member may always be blessed.”
 
The simplicity and yet the profoundness of his words will resonate and stand to serve as a recharge in continued effort of Healing Little Hearts.
Beyond Borders

3 year old Abdulla from Bangladesh, with his mother.
 
"Love transcends boundaries, languages, religions and everything human made. Love is Divine and will forever be." - said the tearful mother.
Crossing Oceans
 
“My daughter took her first steps here, there is nothing but gratitude in my heart. India means so much, but it means Life and Sanjeevani, to my daughter, to me and my son and to our extended family.” Amayra Ahana Prasad, born on 3rd October, 2017 to a Fijian Indian family was suffering from Tetralogy of Fallot and was diagnosed when she was 4 months old. The non-availability of pediatric cardiac facilities resulted in insurmountable grief and desperation. Amayra’s father, facing difficulty coming to terms with the illness, passed away a few months later, leaving the family broken.

“I was left with my son and a sick Amayra with no direction and support when my mother-in-law too, passed away, adding more tragedy to an already grave situation.”

Beverly, the mother reminisces, “I was very scared and worried. There seemed no hope. Any private clinic told us that Australia or New Zealand would have the facilities but we cannot guarantee her life being saved.
Dr Maryanne Koraai, who helped diagnose the child was instrumental in linking us to Sai Sanjeevani during the Hospital's Mission to Fiji in April 2018. We were informed about the risks of this journey to India. I was praying, with all my heart. Amayra had a Tet spell (She turned uncontrollably blue and stopped breathing or moving) on the flight. With the assistance of the doctor accompanying  us, it's only the Grace of God, we touched down in India.

"Thinking about all that happened to us, look at her today, She is pink, she is happy. We have nothing but gratitude for the entire Sanjeevani family. There is nothing I can do to repay for the life we have all been gifted. She is walking, standing, smiling and is healthy. We received this and we don’t need anything more. My son is waiting for me back home. I will have to start a new life for them. I am nervous but confident. Prayers work and this association is just a beginning. Amayra belongs to Sanjeevani as much as to our family. This place is truly All About Love, Divine Love!”
All Services Rendered Absolutely Free of Charge
Of the Heart 
We present to you a consolidated report of all the work done at Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Centers for Child Heart Care at Atal Nagar, Chhattisgarh & Palwal, Haryana.
           To offer a little perspective, the numbers you see are not mere figures representing the volume of work being done. What you see is workings of a magnificent system running on an ethereal force beginning with a group of individuals whose choice was to commit to the mission of lightening the burden of Congenital Heart Disease, to the hospitals that provide this care and finally to the child that has been healed. To us these are not just numbers, they are promises of a healthier world.

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani so far

OPD Consultations
72,926
1,693 done in February 2019

Children Screened
67,666
16,893 in February 2019
 
Surgical & Cath Procedures
8,150
500 done in February 2019

Pregnant Mother Screened
10,632
1,357 in February 2019
 
Children Awaiting Treatment
32,637
As of 28th February 2019
PEDIATRIC CARDIAC OPD Statistics for February 2019
PEDIATRIC CARDIAC CATH Work for February 2019
PEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERIES for February 2019
SURGICAL LIST- February 2019
Rastelli 1
Senning's Operation 2
Fonton Repair 1
AP window 2
BDG 2
RV- PA Conduit Change 1
TAPVC 4
TAPVC + PDA Repair 1
MAPCA Ligation +VSD Repair + RV- PA Conduit 1
DORV Repair, Intraventricular Tunneling of VSD + Excision of SMM and Division of Single Papillary Muscle 5
Repair of TOF + Monocusp Reconstruction + PA (Membranous) + PDA +ASD Repair 1
Atrial Septation, MV Cleft Repair, L- BDG 1
ICR + BDG takedown SVC to RAA anartomoris 1
Repair of TOF + Ligation of collateral + ASD Repair 8
TOF Repair + BT Shunt Division 7
TOF Repair with absent PV 1
TOF Repair 34
CAVC Repair 1
PAVC Repair 1
PAPVC Rerouting 1
VSD + ASD Repair + Mitral and Tricuspid Annuloplasty 1
VSD + DCRV 3
VSD + DCRV + PDA 2
Intraventricular Tunneling of VSD + RVOTO Relief 1
VSD + RVOTO Repair 2
VSD + ASD + PDA Repair 1
VSD +  ASD 1
VSD + DORV + PDA Repair 4
VSD + Pulmonary Valvotomy 2
VSD + TV Repair 1
VSD Repair + PDA Ligation + TV Commissunoplasty 1
VSD Repair + Segmental PA Plasty 1
VSD + MV + PDA Repair + SMM Resection 3
VSD + PDA 7
VSD - Multiple 3
VSO Repair 48
COA Repair 1
BT Shunt 1
SAM Resection 1
ASD + MV Inspection 1
SV ASD 7
ASD Repair 16
Partial AV canal repair 1
PDA Ligation 4
Pacemaker Implantation 2
Retrival of PDA Device from RPA, PDA ligation surgically 1
Total 195

New!

The Growing Need for Sai Sanjeevani
As on 28th February 2019
When a Child arrives at Sai Sanjeevani, it goes through an extensive diagnostic examination. The team of Cardiologists do an exemplary job of taking care of these children, infusing them and their families with a sense of hope and promise. We believe, 32,637 times the Divine has given opportunity to Serve and address His Will so far. The number, though daunting, only serves to re-enforce an energy and commitment to the Mission.
Parivartan Maharashtra & Sanjeevani

In the presence of Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis, the Government of Maharashtra signed a Memorandum of Understanding recognizing Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Centre for Child Heart Care & Training in Pediatric Cardiac Skills, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai as a 'Center of Excellence' in Child Heart Care for the State of Maharashtra. Shri C. Sreenivas, Chairman of the Trust and Cricket Legend Sunil Gavaskar represented Sanjeevani at the event.
Divine Mother & Child Health Program

The Divine Mother and Child Health Program is a unique Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani initiative providing Tertiary to Primary Healthcare at the source. The work tirelessly continues as momentum is gained in the form of an increase in the workforce of volunteering young doctors from various parts of the world, obstetricians and gynaecologists, over-seas subject experts and Our own vivacious Departmental Heads.
The presence of a Tertiary care Centre in a Primary Healthcare Cohort is an unusual and tremendous value addition to the current scenario. The Antenatal Screening program took wind under this aegis and several pregnant mothers have enrolled in our program for monthly monitoring and assessment. 
Where Sanjeevani Audits

An Invitation was received from the Government  of Chhattisgarh, National Health Mission, to the Department of Public Health, Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital, Raipur, for conducting a rapid External evaluation of its Rashtriya Baal Swasthya Karyakram Programme. RBSK (Rashtriya Baal Swasthya Karyakram) - school health screening program, implemented in the state since 2014 with the objective of early identification, detection and treatment of children from 0 to 18 years having 4 Ds (Defects, Diseases, Deficiency and Developmental Delays and Disabilities). Children from 0 to 6 year registered in Anganwadi Center (AWC) should be screened twice a year and children from 6 to 18 years enrolled in Govt. and Govt. aided schools should be screened once a year. 

For the Evaluation, All districts were assessed for RBSK performance till date from data available online on RBSK portal and list of good and poor performing districts was drawn from the report. One good performing district (Raigarh) and one poor performing district (Raipur) were selected. Two blocks (one rural & one urban each) were randomly selected from each district and all 8 MHTs (Mobile Health Teams) of the selected block were included for the assessment.

As per the evaluation plan, the team travelled to different parts of Raigarh, Arang, Abhanpur, Raipur and interviewed MHT’s, School principals/teachers/Anganwadi workers, Block Medical Officer, Chief Medical & Health Officer, Beneficiaries (children & their parents). Random health check was performed for 10 students (who have already been screened by the respective mobile health team) in each school and AWC selected for evaluation. A visit to DEIC(District Early Intervention Centre) located at District Hospital and interaction with staff and beneficiaries made the evaluation comprehensive. 

Interviewing beneficiaries showed the exact impact of the program on their lives. They appreciated the government for this initiative and also gave few suggestions to make this program better.  

After evaluation, the team recommended for appropriate induction training of RBSK MHT’s and regular refresher training with more emphasis on clinical skills for early detection of CHD at Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital. Other recommendations included providing skilled manpower, necessary equipment & medicines and creation of "Chirayu window" at Medical College for fast tracking treatment of children referred through RBSK. 

The report was submitted to NHM, Chhattisgarh state, and was well received and appreciated by the officials and assured necessary actions for better implementation of RBSK in Chhattisgarh State. 

 

Dr. Shruti Prabhu, Head of Department, Public Health, Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani, Atal Nagar, Raipur, CG 

A Pledge by Palwal, Haryana 

In observance of World Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) Awareness Week; (7-14 Feb 2019), Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani, Palwal, Haryana facilitated a formal inaugural event to introduce new projects in Mother and Child Health Program.
An innovative medical device created by a US-based Technology organization, HD Medical Group, HD Steth, will be used for screening of CHDs in Government Schools and Anganwadi Centers across Palwal District. As a support towards reinforcing the Government's Maternal Health Program, the distinguished dignitaries like the District Collector officially sanctioned the Health food supplement SAISURE – a nourishing enhancement for Pregnant Women. Mixed with essential Macro and Micronutrients, this enhancement will contribute towards sound pregnancy, foetal development and overall improvement.
Dr. Subramanian Chellappan, Director and Dr. Yogesh Sathe, Deputy Director, Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Palwal, addressed the August audience regarding all the work done so far and the way forward. Dr. Subramanian went on to share his vision of making the State of Haryana exemplary in its capacity and tenacity to deal with Congenital Heart Disease with respect to the whole country.
The event was presided by Shri Mani Ram Sharma, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, District Palwal in the presence of Dr Pradeep Sharma, Chief Medical Officer, Dr Sunita Sharma, Deputy CMO, Dr Rameswari, Deputy CMO and Dr Rekha Singh, Deputy CMO and Smt Suman Nain, District Education Officer from District Palwal. The gathering also included Government Medical Officers, representatives of RBSK team, ASHA Workers, Principals & Teachers of Government Schools and members of FOGSI (Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India) – Palwal Chapter.
Khargar Navi Mumbai Chapter of DMCHP

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani. Kharghar, Navi Mumbai presents an on going Training Program for Anganwadi Sevikas.

The Anganwadi workers have been the backbone of the country’s primary health care. In lieu of Tertiary in Primary Health Care initiative by the Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Institutions, Dr. Rishikesh, Dr. Sreenivas and Mr. C Sreenivas, Chairman, Sri Sathya Sai Health and Education Trust launched the training program for Anganwadi Sevikas. They will be trained for early detection of Congenital Heart Diseases by symptomology and progress of growth in children from the ages of 0 - 3 years and maternal health and nutrition through Sai Sure, the divine Nutritional Supplement. The Kharghar Navi Mumabi DMCHP team have screened a record 1000 children in a mere 30 days.

In the meanwhile in Karnataka

*Beginning of a Nutrition Revolution*

SaiSure- A totally free of cost multi nutrient supplement programme was dedicated to the service of humanity by Minister of Agriculture, Govt of Karnataka. Expecting mothers, Toddlers and Children in rural India under the care of Divine Mother and Child Health Programme And Annapoorna Breakfast Programme will now receive high quality nutritional supplements that will address the nutritional deficiencies. SaiSure aims to reach out to 500,000 school children and 100,000 expecting mothers this year- totally free of cost. What makes SaiSure unique is that it complements the nutrition programmes of the state and central governments thus bridging the rural-urban divide in access to quality nutrition.

An eager RGUHS

Divine Mother and Child Health Programme in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi University for Health Sciences (RGUHS), Bangalore have comprehensively screened close to 20000 govt school children in Chikkaballapur district, Karnataka in the last 8 months. Close to 350 medical interns got an opportunity to work in a rural setting and understand the healthcare delivery in our villages. A small programme was organised at the university to felicitate the interns, professors and the university team. Shri C Sreenivas, Chairman, Sri Sathya Sai Health and Education Trust,  Dr Sacchidanand, Vice Chancellor, RGUHS were present and spoke on this collaboration. Vice Chancellor expressed his intention to make DMCHP a *Flagship Programme* of the university and expand it to all districts of Karnataka.
A unique honour was bestowed on Sri Sathya Sai Health & Education Trust, where the Trust became a Signatory on a University Issued Certification given to a participating Medical Faculty. RGUHS, one of the largest Governmental Universities in the Country today, recognized Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani as an authority in Tertiary Healthcare facilitating Primary Healthcare. 
Academic Session

1st Central India Electrophysiology Workshop &
2nd Arrhythmia Symposium

Electro-Physiology study workshop

First ever pediatric cardiac electrophysiology workshop in Chhattisgarh with 3D electroanatomic mapping was performed in Sai Sanjeevani Atal Nagar centre with the support of Abbott India. Dr Narendra Kumar from Paras Hospitals Gurgaon and Patna was the Electrophysiologist was the proctor for this workshop. Mr Monotosh Mukherjee and Ms Samiksha Save from Abbott India were helpful in providing technical support and contribution towards making this workshop fruitful. Catheter ablation of arrhythmia.was performed under guidance of Ensite Navx (Abott)Which helped in accurate detection of abnormal foci causing the tachycardia.

 

Arrhythmia Symposium 

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital, Atal Nagar in association with Arrhythmia Support Network, Association of Physicians, Cardiological Society of India, Chhattisgarh Chapter had organised the 2nd Atrial Fibrillation and Ventricular Arrhythmia Symposium on 24 February 2019.
The conference was conceptualised by Dr Rohit Walia , Founder of Arrhythmia Supoprt Network and a practising electrophysiologist at AIIMS Rishikesh.
The Guests of honour at this event were Padmashree Dr AT Dabke, pediatrician and an exemplary teacher, and Dr Nitin Nagarkar, Director of AIIMS, Raipur.

In his inaugural address, Dr Dabke stressed on the importance of genetic research in the field of cardiology. The visiting faculty and the moderators alike commended the Organizing Committee for taking this specific and extensive topic as a part of continuing medical education.

The sessions were divided into three parts, Atrial Fibrillation Session, Sudden Cardiac Arrest Session and Ventricular Arrhythmia Session. Undoubtedly with newer advances in the field of cardiac electrophysiology, these arrhythmias are more treatable than what they used to be few years ago. In addition, Sudden cardiac death is a lesser known entity and there is a need to make all practising physicians aware of early diagnosis of such syndromes and primary prevention of sudden cardiac arrest.

The speakers at this conference included Dr Satyajit Singh, Dr Rupali Khanna, Dr Deepak Padmanabhan, Dr Rohit Walia, Dr Narendra Kumar, Dr Ashish Katewa, Dr Prashant Verma, Dr Prashant Thakur, Dr Yash Srivastava, Dr Preeti Gupta, Dr Atul Prabhu and Dr Javed Parvez.

The moderators included, Dr AT Dabke, Dr Ashish Malhotra, Dr Javed Khan, Dr Ajay Sahai, Dr Kinjal Bakshi, Dr Bajrang Bansal, and Dr Firoz Memon.
The symposium was well appreciated by the faculty and the delegates.

Dr Ashish Katewa and Dr Krishna Manohar, Chief  Pediatric Cardiac Surgeons from Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Centres Atal Nagar and Palwal respectively represented Sai Sanjeevani at the 65th IACTS Conference along with 27th ASCVTS Conference as eminent Faculty, held at Chennai from the 21st to 24th February 2019.

Dr Ashish Katewa was invited to be a panelist on two sessions which were quite relevant and significant in the current day healthcare paradigm in a resource intensive field such as Pediatric Cardiac Care for Congenital Heart Disease ‘Cost management of Pediatric Cardiac Surgical Program,’ The second session where he was a panellist was on the importance and the need for a ‘Pediatric Cardiac Database.’

Dr Rajsekhar Kollipara, an Internal and Family Medicine Practitioner with a successful private practice in the United States of America. He is a very dear and esteemed member of the Sai Sanjeevani Family and has visited the Sai Sanjeevani Atal Nagar Centre since inception in 2012. He conducted a day long Continuing Nursing Education Session on Basic Life Support, aseptic and medical cleanliness techniques, nutrition and pain management. The classes conducted were hands-on and with multiple practice sessions to ensure that all the participants were thorough in the learning. These sessions were interactive thereby ensuring a culture of communication on these topics of patient care and good practices. This is his 6th year of conduction of classes that he has pledged to continue doing. Dr Rajsekhar is also the Secretary of Gandhi Medical College Global Association and an American Heart Association Certified Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor. We are extremely grateful to Dr. Rajsekhar for taking time off his busy schedule to come serve in the spirit of Volunteerism. 
Eminent Visitors

It was a day of incredible vitality in Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani, Palwal Center. On 13-02-2019 we had Andrea Csaszar, Sherry Pudloski, Ajay Jain, Deepa Baburaaj & Ankit Chaudhury from The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America spending time with the children who got treated in our Hospital. The group was very moved by nature of work done by our organization and have committed to sending their representatives from India Operations to volunteer in our Hospital further in saving little hearts.

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospitals have had the privilege of extremely distinguished visitors during the CHD Awareness Week. On 10 February 2019, Dr Prakash and Dr Mandakini Amte, Social Workers from Maharashtra and Magsaysay Award Winners have visited the Atal Nagar Centre and Sowbhagyam- Centre for Human Development. Dr. Prakash Amte - son of Murlidhar Devidas Amte, popularly known as 'Baba Amte', who dedicated his life in helping Leprosy stricken patients. Like father, Prakashji too, is a Social worker. A Padmashree awardee and General Surgeon by profession, Shri Prakashji has done phenomenal work in underserved areas of Maharashtra, Telengana and Madhya Pradesh. He was pleasantly surprised to see the extensively developed centre and was moved by the hospital's recognition of his father in the form of an Inspirational Panel. 

The Palwal centre was visited by Dr.Ekochin Fintan C, Honourable Commissioner for Health under the Ministry of Health, Government of Enugu State, Nigeria. They have expressed a keen appreciation for the work being done by the Sanjeevani Hospitals and the Totally Free of Cost model of quality healthcare. Dr. Fintan has pledged to continue our association by sending medical personnel for training and experience.

In the News

Life at Sai Sanjeevani

Congenital Heart Awareness Week

Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week is observed globally, every year from 7th- 14th of February. The alarming truth is, India is the global capital of Congenital Heart Disease. In a country where access to quality healthcare is still a luxury to more than 70% of the population, Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospitals have Pledged to be the largest unit, providing Totally Free of Cost Pediatric Cardiac Care to children, adolescents and adults suffering from Congenital Heart Disease. The promise is to make India the world capital for Treatment of Congenital Heart Disease.

Sai Sanjeevani is #CHDAware as we are here, for the last 6 years in the business of #HeallingLittleHearts #TotallyFreeofCost

A Prayer
Heart to Heart 
The Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Team salutes and pays homage to the slain CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) Jawans.
We stand one with the families of the deceased in this moment of grief and shock and pray for the early recovery of the injured.

 
Oneness of Body, Mind & Spirit

Quieting the mind and freeing the body, the M.Sc (Nursing) students including the freshers at Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital Campus, Atal Nagar, Raipur, were privileged to receive Yoga Lessons under the guidance of eminent American Yogi, Mr.Richard Gorell (fondly called 'Yogiji'). It's, indeed, worth-sharing as our young candidates, attending these lessons of deep grounding and connecting to the inner Greatness, enthusiastically inter-vow the Yogic Practice into Curriculum to enhance physical and mental fitness. Be inspired!

 

Sanjeevani staff are blessed with exclusive sessions by Yogiji in the evenings to unwind, de-stress and bring spiritual connect to the Great Work done with Our Children here at Sanjeevani.

Introducing the Healing Hearts Theatre

Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani presents 'The Healing Hearts Theatre'. We firmly believe that Healing is only complete when the Soul is given medicine too. The Healing Hearts Theatre is a space for the finer arts. It maybe in the form of film, art, music, dance or even Stand up comedy. "Love is, that Love does" said Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. We welcome everyone to come showcase their art in any of our centers.

All Services Rendered Absolutely Free of Charge
Announcements

Art for Heart

An Initiative Started by the Sai Sanjeevani team, to collect paintings, drawings, or sketches, old or new to adorn the walls of the hospitals, not just to add colour but as a sacrosanct therapy of the soul.
 

Medical Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs in the fields of Paediatric Cardiac Surgery, Paediatric Cardiac Anaesthesia and Critical Care and Paediatric Cardiology and intervention along with certificate courses in Perfusion Studies, new session begins in Fall, August 2019.
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