Our MMU, launched on 15 July 2013, visits remote villages to offer FREE medical treatment. The villages visited by our MMU are in such areas where there are no motorable roads and in some cases no electricity also. Since these villages have no primary health centre, the tribals and farm workers have to travel about 10 Kms for any medical assistance and they have no public transport facilities.
The MMU is equipped with battery operated ECG machine, portable oxygen cylinder, IV facility and medicines. The MMU is managed by a doctor, nurse/assistant and a driver.
Presently we are covering 6 villages and are planning to increase it to 12 shortly. On an average we attend to more than 100 patients every day. All our facilities in the MMU including medicines are FREE for the patients.