Our Mission

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Our mission from the beginning has been to provide medical and surgical facilities to all sections of the society at reasonable cost in medical specialties like Neurology, Neurosurgery, Interventional radiology, Critical Care Medicine, General Medicine, General Surgery and Orthopedic Surgery. Besides this mission of service, we would like to create our own data on the above subjects and therefore, clinical research has been a part and parcel of our activities right from the start of the Institute.

There are a large number of diseases where we still do not have answers either in diagnosis or in the management. Therefore, research activities in basic health sciences like Biochemistry, genetics etc is extremely important. We are glad to mention that we have well established Biochemistry and Microbiology, research laboratories where services of renowned scientists are available. For such work we have MOUs with NEERI (National Environmental and Engineering and Research Institute – a CSIR undertaking and MAFSU (Maharashtra animal and Fisheries Sciences University).

To keep ourselves updated and pass on the message to younger colleagues it is essential that such an Institute becomes a teaching Institute in health sciences. We have been fortunate to have made a beginning in this aspect also. We would certainly like to take this to much greater heights. Nagpur University has recognized our Research laboratory for Ph.D. research work – in Biochemistry and Microbiology. In addition, Datta Maghe Academy of Medical Sciences, Deemed University – has recognized for research work leading to Ph.D in Medical Biochemistry, Medical Microbiology and medical Biotechnology.

Public education for keeping "Good Health" is extremely important. This so far we have not been able to take up. However, we certainly have to work on this. Health care services are for the society and therefore involvement of the society in such projects is extremely important. Efforts in creating this Institute through society's support and involving the non-medical members in the management of such a Health Care Research Institute has been a very satisfying experience.

Besides working at this Institute, we would very much like to get involved ourselves in health care delivery at the primary level, particularly by adopting one or two villages, sooner than later, even though we have not done so far.