Charitable Services

HIRA Foundation:
India being an agricultural country, 80% of its population resides in villages, often in remote areas. Medical science has achieved miracles in urban areas but our major population is devoid of its services due to lack of awareness and education. This further worsens without proper medical advise, unavailability of super specialized diagnostics services & surgical procedures, accessibility of patients to tertiary centres and later appointments at tertiary centres for after care.

Main aim of HIRA foundation is to address the hearing impaired persons in under privileged group, which can be surgically corrected through its 6A objectives.

  • Awareness creation through camps and media
  • Accessibility through satellite centres
  • Availability of specialists at satellite centres
  • Advice regarding ailment
  • Appointment for surgery at the hospital
  • After care at satellite centres

HIRA Foundation has collaborated with Jain ENT Hospital to help the poor patients who can not afford surgery or hearing aids.So far over 500 patients have been operated through the foundation free of cost and over 5000 hearing aids have been distributed to the needy patients

Donation to HIRA Foundation is eligible for deduction under section 80G of Income Tax Act.

FREE OPD CAMPS:
Jain ENT Hospital has been in forefront of providing free services to the poor people residing in remote village areas of Rajasthan.In this regard Hospital has been organising free awareness and OPD camps on a regular basis.In these camps a team of ENT specialist along with audiologist and trained nursing staff run free OPD services and all medicines are distributed free of cost to the patients from the hospital.Doctors team is fully equipped with endoscopy and camera systems and all endoscopies are done in the camp only free of cost.Audiometeries and Tympanometeries are also done in the camps free of cost along with free dispensing of Hearing Aids.Hospital has so far organised over 10,000 such camps which has directly benefitted over 15 lac patients.