This initiative is undertaken to ‘Activate 50 Defunct Hospitals’ across India. Private/Govt. hospitals which are lying defunct for years are identified and are activated into make-shift hospitals/ COVID care centers within 10-15 days where the hospital beds are provided Free of Cost to all the patients.
The Defunct hospitals are identified, activated with the required medical infrastructure to treat the affected COVID-19 patients. The hospital/ Covid care centre is then handed over to the government for the next 6-9 months for treatment of covid patients FREE OF COST to all the patients, rich and poor alike. Post the pandemic, the hospital would be run as a Charitable Trust.
The Tripartite model has
- Team GoodScout, a consortium of startup entrepreneurs will bring network of NGO's & support organizations.
- The Corporate companies to help with the CSR funds,
- MP Office of Tejasvi Surya (the govt. partner) to identify the defunct hospitals, activate the capacity, staff the doctors and make it functional to hand over to the government.
Team GoodScout, a consortium of startup entrepreneurs, a group of Doers and Problem solvers, Entrepreneurs from IIT/ IIM/TISS Alumni and start-up Incubators have come together feeling the pain of rising cases and hearing horrendous stories all around us, within our families and communities.
This is a 100% non-profit activity where resources are being pooled for human good.
Pranitha Foundation is our NGO partner. Pranitha Subhash who is a celebrity, an actress and a philanthropist has extended support through her wide-reaching volunteer network.
MP Office of Tejasvi Surya is the govt. partner.
We all are aware of the dearth of the medical infrastructure availability in India and dire need to add to the capacities. With the rising cases in India, we need not discuss the numbers to know the poor situation we are in to handle the crisis. However, details are provided -
Private healthcare is expensive and unavailable for many poor households in India which leaves public healthcare facilities as the only available option for them. For patients who are found to be COVID-19 positive, isolation wards are needed; additionally, for critical cases, intensive care is needed. Currently, almost all suspected cases of coronavirus are referred to government hospitals and it’s important to assess where we stand in terms of medical capacity to provide necessary healthcare to the affected individuals.
This campaign aims at raising funds for one hospital at a time. The target is to raise INR 50 Lakh to build a 100 bed hospital.
Reach out to GoodScout Team for any further details:
Farooq - 75250 23951
Bhavani Patil – 96633 78232
Ram Kadel – 80056 84883
Vivek Kumar Chandra – 84488 55972
D. Jyothirmayi – 75250 23932