• September 4, 2023
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Rashtrotthana Launches South India’s First Integrated Hospital

The role of a hospital is not just to heal an illness, but to provide guidance to help people stay healthy all through their lives.

In other words, every person who leaves the hospital cured of a disease should know what he has to do to prevent disease for the rest of his life.

It is for this reason, Rashtrotthana Parishat has opened a large integrated hospital in Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bangalore, spread over three acres of land. An integrated hospital means that the medicines and treatments that it provides are not limited to a single system of medicine. There are a lot of different medical systems in the world: allopathy, ayurveda, siddha, homoeopathy, naturopathy, yoga… etc.

There is no cure for all the diseases in a single system of medicine. There are some medical practices that work as a “panacea” for certain ailments, yet they lack treatments when it comes to certain other diseases.

Rashtrotthana has combined all these medical systems under one roof, making available the consultancies of top medical doctors at a discounted price.

This is the first such integrated hospital in South India. A similar hospital was established two years ago in Chandigarh.

At the time of inauguration, Sri Dattatreya Hosabale, a high-ranking worker of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, said: “A man feels absolutely healthy when his physical, mental, cultural, and spiritual faculties are in order.”

It is not only a hospital but also works as a medical research centre. The allopathic department has all kinds of arrangements like cardiac treatment, general medicine, and kidney dialysis.

The hospital is already armed with several reputed medical practitioners. Also, alliances are being made with renowned doctors and medical institutions in the fields of ayurveda, naturopathy and homeopathy in different parts of the country.

“We are also working towards arranging facilities for blood test and MRI diagnosis,” said Sri MP Kumar, President of the organization.

“Not only that, there are also plans in place to build mobile hospitals and drive them to villages to provide free treatments for poor people,” he said.

The hospital has 19 general wards, 72 semi-private wards, 17 private wards and eleven emergency rooms. With more than 150 beds, this hospital is one of the rare health centres in India.

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