Sri Sathya Sai
Health & Education Trust

The Sri Sathya Sai Health & Education Trust was established in May 1970 by Sri Sathya Sai Baba, its Founder-President. Its ongoing goal is to provide Health and Education ‘Totally Free of Cost to All’, irrespective of color, class, socioeconomic status, religion, or national origin.

It was formed under the tenet of ‘Love All, Serve All’ and in pursuance of its objectives, it has a sacred and unique relationship with the State Governments where it operates (Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Mumbai and Kolkatta in 2019) and with the Central Government of India.

Sacred, since it has always endeavored to work in tandem with the Central and State Governments in the service of its poorest people; Unique, since it has enjoyed an association of highest respect and cordiality not only with government agencies, but also various community organizations, as well as the local, national, and international communities that it serves.

SSSHET is a Public Charitable Trust recognized under Sec 12a of the Indian Income Tax Act of 1961.

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Sri Sathya Sai
Sarla Memorial Hospital

Sri Sathya Sai Sarla Memorial Hospital, a health care initiative by Prashanthi Balamandira Trust, is in Muddenahalli village, Chikkaballapur district, in the state of Karnataka. This multi-speciality hospital and birthing center is a true temple of healing for the rural poor.

A unique aspect of the Sri Sathya Sai Sarla Memorial Hospital is that it is soon to grow into the first of its kind, totally free of cost, medical college which will produce doctors, nurses and paramedics while offering post-graduate specialized training opportunities. This multi-specialty training and teaching facility will include a 460-bed medical complex which will provide treatment to all completely free of cost.

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Sri Sathya Sai
Sanjeevani Hospital

The Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Hospital was conceived to help break the “health-poverty cycle” affecting the underprivileged classes of India, particularly those living in rural areas.  For this purpose, it was set up in Chhattisgarh – undeniably the most underdeveloped state in India, where 12 of its districts are inhabited by the most backward indigenous tribes.  Charged with providing primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of healthcare totally free-of-cost to its patients and families, this hospital does not contain a billing department or a payment counter anywhere on its premises!  In addition, the hospital provides rent-free accommodation and free nutritious food to all the parents, siblings and families of the children that it serves.  Thus, the hospital is deeply committed to fulfilling its quadripartite mission:

  • Free Healthcare for All

    All medical, surgical, consultative and ancillary services are rendered totally free of cost to all those who arrive at its doors, irrespective of color, caste, religion, nationality, social or economic status.

  • Nation Building

    Contributes to a Healthy India by addressing the national burden of congenital heart diseases (CHD) in newborns, infants, children of all ages and even adults, while also continually expanding its primary and preventive health care services.

  • Temple of Healing

    Provides the highest quality medical and surgical care, meeting or exceeding the standards and benchmarks at other hospitals in India, but rendered with an unmatched sincerity and compassion.

  • Center of Learning

    Serves as a site for teaching, training, and research in the relentless pursuit of improved Child Heart Care.

The Divine Mother and Child
Health Programme of Sanjeevani

The main objective of the mother support group is to empower pregnant women, their families and the community with essential information related to pregnancy and childbirth. Innovative health education aids are used to disseminate information about important topics such as nutrition during pregnancy, danger signs, importance of regular antenatal check-ups, regular iron, folic acid and calcium supplementation, timely ultrasonography and infant & young child feeding practices.

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