(This article was initial shared with the alumni of St.Johns Medical College Bangalore) During a confusing time in my life when I had almost finished my internship and had to make decisions about what my next step would be I had the good kismet of meeting Dr.Ravi Narayan-an old Student of St.John’s who runs an NGO-SOCHARA […]
As our medical team grows stronger we are becoming more confident taking care of sicker patients, who previously had to be driven to Salem for intensive care management. We feel the time has come to expand our facilities so that such patients can be cared for in the local area, thereby saving families a great […]
We are seeking to expand our surgical facilities and we need your help. For the last 15 years our hospital has been the only secondary level surgical center in the Sittilingi Valley. With the addition of Dr. Ravi, a specialist in rural surgery, we have been able to expand the services we offer. We have […]
THI with Sankara Eye Foundation -Coimbatore and Nayanajyoti -Bangalore hosted an eye camp on the 30th of April. Patients with eye disorders were screened and surgeries for cataracts and such will be performed at Sankara Coimbatore. The eye camp turned out to be far more popular than we predicted and we were handling a […]
Tribal Health Initiative was featured on the Real Heros program at IBN Live. You can watch the video below or at this link: http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/174490/real-heroes-doctor-couple-in-tn-change-lives.html
Dr. Regi George and Dr. Lalitha Regi were featured last month in the April issue of OPEN magazine. Read the full story here. This month, THI featured in a story by Mint, one of India’s business newspapers which ran a story on low cost health care in rural India. Read the full story here.
In August 2009 Dr. Lalit Narayan finished two years at THI and left back to his home town of Bangalore. We need a replacement. Do print/circulate this PDF document that advertises the position.
On the occasion of World AIDS Day the Tamil Nadu Society for AIDS Control (TNSACS) recognised THI’s HIV/AIDS programme with an Award for Exceptional Work. Credit must be given to Mathaiyan, our TB/HIV Health Worker who manages most of the programme. He is seen in the photo with the award.