Rural Health Service

GNMH's Permanently Running Rural Health Care Centres in Jalandhar and Hoshiarpur District
Guru Nanak Misssion Hospital is running Four rural health care dispensaries at Rama Mandi, Mithapur, Jandu Singha and Jhanwan. These dispensaries are managed by qualified MBBS doctors. All medicines, Laboratory facilities are provided free of cost. The senior specialists including Eye specialists visit these dispensaries periodically and those patients requiring emergency treatment are shifted through ambulances. A brief of these dispensaries is as under :-

Rama Mandi Dispensary

Late Capt. Gurmail Singh donated the land and building for running this dispensary. Daily attendants is 100-150 patients. We plan to add indoor wards at this dispensary in due course of time.

Jandu Singha Dispensary Elevated to Modern Eye Care Centre

Late S.Gurbans Singh Toor, S. Ajit Singh Toor Sons of S. Kabul Singh Toor donated 12 Kanals of land, where this dispensary under the care of qualified doctors has been running efficiently and has been quite popular amongst the public.
Recently this dispensary has been upgraded and a full fledged Eye Centre with outdoor consultation Indoor hospital wards and a most modern operation theatre has been added. This centre being managed by a highly qualified Eye Specialist and provision is made for lens implants with Phako-technique (non-stitch surgery) and all other major Eye Operations. Late S.Gurbans Singh Toor has donated 21 acres of agriculture land worth several Crores to Guru Nanak Mission Hospital, Jalandhar.

Jhanwan Dispensary and Guru Nanak Mission Senior Secondary School

Jhawan a small village at tri junction of Tanda, District Hoshiarpur has no health and education facilities. S. Jagir Singh Bath who has been associated with Guru Nanak Mission Hospital for about one and half decade and helping for fund collection in Canada and USA, donated 4-½ Acres of land initially to establish a dispensary which has been running under the care of MBBS doctor and requisite staff and has been quite popular amongst the locals.

Round about 1998 S. Jagir Singh Bath requested to the GNMH Trust to take over and improve the education facilities in this village where existing school was running up to 8th standard. Guru Nanak Mission Hospital Trust immediately got the building expanded by adding 1st floor, additional rooms, Laboratories of Physics and Chemistry and s Computer Centre. Infrastructure was improved by adding Bicycle Stand, Parking for Vehicles, improving toilets. A new Gurdwara building was also constructed for spiritual well being. Managerial staff and qualified teachers were newly employed. With all round improvement the number of students rose to 900. In Year 2006 status has been raised to Guru Nanak Mission Senior Secondary School i.e 10+2 and affiliation was given for subjects of Science, Medical, Non-Medical, Commerce and Arts by the Punjab School Education Board. This Guru Nanak Mission Senior Secondary School is now showing good academic results, takes part in sports competitions and cultural activities with good performance.
Jhawan School
School Building Morning Prayer

Mithapur Dispensary Upgrade to 100 Beds Hospital

Guru Nanak Mission Hospital has been running a dispensary at Mithapur in the house donated by Late Major Gurnam Singh and S. Saroop Singh. Another adjacent plot about 5 Kanals has been donated by S. Palwinder Singh, UK NRI. It is well known that punjabi NRIs settled abroad who have their roots in the land of their birth are quite concerned about the welfare of punjabis. Some of these crusaders for health care were rather deeply concerned about drug addiction, alcoholism and foeticide attaining alarming proportions and rather talking the shape of an epidemic in Punjab, The increase in Aids cases was perturbing. They formed a Guru Nanak Mission Awareness Society at BC Canada. The members of this society Mr. Jatinder (Jay) Minhas, Mr. Manjit Singh Saini, Mr. Amrik Singh Sangha, Mr. Sudershan Bakhshi and S. Sarabjit Singh Dhaliwal contacted S. Balbir Singh Saini the then Honorary General Secretary of Guru Nanak Mission Hospital and decided to work in collaboration with GNMH. A group of the members of the society came for this specific purpose and established a Drug and Alcohol De-addiction Centre at a Guru Nanak Mission Hospital, Jalandhar. They donated Ruppes11 Lacs and the Punjab Government also donated a matching grant of Ruppes11 Lacs to finance this project. Incidentally Mr. Ujjal Dosanjh the then Health Minister of Canada BC also graced the inauguration ceremony.
Mithapur Dispensary
Mithapur Hospital Building Under Construction
Subsequently it was also decided to establish a 100 beds multispeciality Hospital with a modern drug and alcoholism de-addiction centre which was the major primary concern. The provision of Aids Treatment was to be carried out in special Aids Wing. A sum of RuppesOne Crore with an equal matching grant from Government of Punjab was promised. The society straightway released RuppesOne Crore and Ninety Lacs and Punjab Government also released Ruppes50 Lacs. The balance ammount of Rs 50 Lacs is awaited from Punjab Government. The hospital construction is going smoothly and the released money has already been sent. More financial help is expected for completion of hospital building.

Dispensary Patel Nagar, Nagra Road Maqsoodan Jalandhar

Smt. Satwant Kaur Shant w/o S.Santokh Singh Shant has donated 12 Marlas Land to Guru Nanak Mission Hospital Jalandhar for establishing of dispensary at Patel Nagar, Nagra Road Maqsoodan Dispensary has since been established recently and is running successfully. The daily OPD of patients is approx 100 - 150.

Vision To Blind

Guru Nanak Mission Hospital (GNMH) is organizing free eye & medical camps for rural health care in the remote villages when the specialist doctors go to the door-step of the patients & restore sight to cataract blind at their sight. The surgery, lodging & boarding glasses are provided free of cost to the patients. Eye Mobile Van is very handy for holding these camps. These camps are sponsored by NRI's and local organisations.


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