About Barsana Healthcare Center
The initiative of the Barsana Healthcare Center had its seeds sown through Barsana Eye Camp. A group of doctors (who in turn founded the Bhaktivedanta Hospital later) & H. H. Radhanath Swami were on a pilgrimage to Barsana, Mathura Dist., UP in the year 1992 who identified the need to conduct eye camp to reduce needless blindness from the cluster of villagers surrounding Barsana. The camp became a regular feature after it received an over whelming response from the local communities & nearby villages in Barsana. The need & the magnitude of blindness triggered starting a full-fledged facility offering specialized Eye & Dental care under one roof to poor & the needy sections of the society in that area.
The facility is currently equipped with an Eye OPD, Operation Theater (OT), Pharmacy & Optical Shop with plans to expand into a full-fledged dental facility in the future.
The objectives of Barsana Healthcare Center: -
1) Reduction of needless blindness as per WHO Vision 2020.
2) Offer quality dental care to the local communities.
3) Provide general healthcare & surgical facilities to the needy.
Dr. K. Venkataramanan (Ph.D – Director – Projects & Programs) of Bhaktivedanta Hospital & Research Institute, Mumbai receiving the Best Multi-Specialty Hospital award by Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana Dr. T. Rajaiah.