Vocal Health

Available Services at Vocal Swasthya Kendra


Vocal Health and Research Association (VHRA) is committed to providing comprehensive general hospital facilities to rural areas in India. VHRA has identified a number of ways to bring health services to rural areas. This includes setting up general hospital facilities in rural areas, providing training for local health professionals, and developing specialized health clinics. The association also provides education and awareness programs to the locals on health topics such as hygiene and nutrition by organizing healthcare campaigns. In an effort to further strengthen the health care system in rural areas, these OPDs are designed to provide basic medical care to the rural population. The OPDs provide a range of services, including diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries, health education, and preventive care.


Dental care is also important to VHRA’s commitment to providing quality health services to the rural population. The establishment of dental OPDs in rural areas will allow VHRA to provide access to essential dental care services and help improve the oral health of the rural population. This is an important step, as access to dental care is often limited in rural areas due to the high cost of private dental services.


A pharmacist will be on staff to provide the correct medications for any treatments prescribed by the doctors and to provide guidance on how to use and store them properly. Additionally, the pharmacist will be available to answer any questions patients may have about their medications and provide support to the nurses in ensuring that proper dosages are given. VHRA wants to give rural people complete health care services so they don't have to go to cities for basic medical needs.


VHRA will also train and employ as an eye technician in each of the rural areas. The goal is to give basic machine handling training for vision checkup checkups requires no special education. Hence, the idea is again to provide an employ population. This eye technician will be responsible for providing essential eye care services to the rural population, including the diagnosis and treatment of common eye diseases and vision problems. The eye technician will also be trained to provide referrals for specialized eye care services, such as ophthalmological surgery or the prescription of glasses. Furthermore, this eye technician will educate the rural population about the importance of regular eye exams and other preventive care measures


VHRA also aims to set up a sample collection center in Vocal Swasthya Kendra to ensure the early diagnosis and prevention of acute or chronic diseases. This sample collection center will facilitate the testing of various medical samples, such as blood, urine, and other bodily fluids. This center will provide invaluable assistance to the rural population, as they will be able to receive medical tests without having to travel to distant medical facilities. The sample collection center will be a boon to rural communities, giving them the ability to receive diagnostic tests and preventive measures that can help detect and avoid health issues in a timely manner.


The Vocal Health and Research Association (VHRA) plans to provide online medical consultations to people in rural areas. Patients will be given a one-stop solution, including test facilities, doctor consultations, and medication prescriptions. VHRA aims to promote "Digital India" by providing digital medical services, reducing medical costs, and increasing healthcare accessibility, especially for women.


VHRA will ensure that every five centers will be equipped with a gynecologist and laboratory facilities. This will ensure that patients can receive the necessary treatment and diagnosis for any health issues related to women's health quickly and conveniently.


VHRA is determined to organize free health camps in rural areas. A Free medical Camp is a lifesaving program. Because it aims to provide free medical and surgical services to poor communities living in rural or urban areas. A special mobile team from Vocal Swasthya Kendra with varieties of medical specialized services are there to execute the camp. The main objective of a medical camp is to provide initial care to people in life- threatening conditions which reflect the unique strengths and goals of medical ethics.


VHRA Wiil conduct research program to collect the data from Vocal Swasthya Kendra It can provide important information about disease trends and risk factors, outcomes of treatment or public health interventions, functional abilities, patterns of care, and health care costs and use. The different approaches to research complementary insights. provide


Free sanitary pads for girls and women in rural areas are a critical initiative that can help address a number of important issues. Access to sanitary pads is a critical component of menstrual hygiene. When girls and women do not have access to pads, they may resort to using unhygienic materials like rags or leaves. This can lead to infections and other health problems.

11. Online Emergency Medical Assistance:

Online Emergency Medical Assistance provided by medical NGOs leverages technology to deliver rapid and remote healthcare support. Through virtual platforms, these organizations offer real-time consultations, medical advice, and emergency response coordination. This online approach enables immediate access to medical expertise, especially in situations where physical presence may be challenging. Whether in crisis situations, remote locations, or during a global health emergency, online assistance enhances the reach and efficiency of emergency medical services, saving lives and improving outcomes.


VHRA also aims to place professional nursing staff to ensure quality healthcare services at the general healthcare centers. These nursing staff members will be responsible for assisting the doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, as well as providing general health education to patient

13. Maternal and Child Health Services:

Maternal and Child Health Services offered by medical non-governmental organizations (NGOs) focus on ensuring the well-being of mothers and children through comprehensive healthcare initiatives. These services encompass prenatal and postnatal care, safe childbirth practices, and the promotion of maternal and child health. Medical NGOs play a crucial role in delivering essential healthcare interventions, including vaccinations, nutrition programs, and education to improve the health outcomes of mothers and children. By providing access to quality healthcare, these organizations contribute significantly to reducing maternal and child mortality rates, addressing health disparities, and promoting overall community well-being.

14. Mental Health Services:

In Mental Health Services, medical NGOs play a vital role by offering counseling and support, reducing stigma, and conducting awareness campaigns. Their comprehensive approach addresses the psychological well-being of communities, ensuring that mental health is integrated into overall healthcare strategies for holistic well-being.

15. Health Infrastructure Development:

Health Infrastructure Development is a key focus for medical NGOs, involving the establishment and enhancement of healthcare facilities such as hospitals and clinics. These organizations contribute to building robust and accessible health infrastructure, ensuring communities have the necessary resources for quality medical care and improving overall health outcomes.

16. Rural Community Development

In Rural Community Development, medical NGOs work to uplift underserved areas by implementing healthcare initiatives, infrastructure projects, and education programs. These organizations aim to enhance overall well-being, addressing healthcare disparities, and fostering sustainable development in rural communities.

17. Advocacy and Policy Influence:

Advocacy and Policy Influence are central to the mission of medical NGOs. These organizations actively work to shape healthcare policies, advocating for improved access, equity, and quality of healthcare. Through collaboration with governments and stakeholders, they strive to influence systemic changes that positively impact public health on a broader scale.

18. Rural Health Education

Rural health education, facilitated by medical NGOs, involves targeted programs to raise awareness and impart crucial health knowledge in underserved areas. These initiatives focus on promoting preventive healthcare practices, providing information on sanitation, nutrition, and disease prevention. By empowering rural communities with health education, these NGOs contribute to improved well-being and healthcare outcomes in remote areas.

19. Disease Prevention and Control:

VHRA lead Disease Prevention and Control efforts by conducting awareness campaigns on infectious diseases and advocating preventive measures. Their initiatives go beyond awareness, actively implementing programs to control and eradicate specific diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis, enhancing public health on a global scale.