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“Fellowship for transformation through caring”

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Hospitals

Learn what’s happening at each of EHA’s 20 hospitals

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Projects

Keep informed on EHA’s 50 community projects

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Involved

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Care for the Poorest of the Poor

EHA’s caring doctors and nurses provide quality healthcare for many who would have no access to care otherwise

News & Events

Rehab Plus Encouragement Leads to Independence

Twenty-six-year-old Parth (right) was thrown off a bridge when riding his bike. He sustained a fracture dislocation of his spine with a complete cord injury. Parth had no chance of recovery of normal function. EHA's Duncan Hospital medical team stabilized his spine and he was slowly started on a rehab program. At first, he experienced…

Spinal Cord Injury Mela (Gathering) Held

For four years Duncan Hospital has been hosting a gathering for people with spinal cord injuries. Participants are seen by a team of doctors and therapists and assessed for pressure sores and other issues that affect them. Best of all, they are deeply impacted seeing others who have won wheelchair marathons despite being paraplegics. Over…

Preventing Human Trafficking

Landour Community Hospital perches on a hillside at the foothills of the Himalayas (it’s the building with the green roof).  It was opened in 1938 to help the poor in nearby mountainside communities. Today, their community project team is still travelling into the hills to work with these backward, neglected people. Last March, they began…

EHA BY THE NUMBERS

20

Hospitals

40

Community
Project
s

14

Palliative Care
Projects

5

HIV/AIDS
Projects

180

Doctors and
Specialists

950

Nurses

1,000

Paramedical and
Clerical Staff

400

Non-professional
workers

7

Nursing Schools

96,000

Inpatients Served

871,000

Outpatients Served

32,000

Victims Got
Disaster Relief

29,000

Surgeries

24,000

Babies Safely
Delivered

17,000

Farmers Educated

8,000

Eye Surgeries