Mobile health services are a response to reach underserved population living in far flung areas who have no access to the medical facility. On June 26,2019, CybageAsha launched CybageAsha Arogya Vahan in collaboration with Rural Development and Research Center (RDRC) on June 26, 2019 for the villages in the remote areas of Dholka taluka in Gujarat.
This project is designed to provide free, accessible, and quality health aid to the people living in remote villages. This commitment focusses on spreading health and hygiene awareness in people, provide primary checkup facilities and a regular follow up. Equipped with a medical team, medicines, and diagnostic kits, it pays special attention to mother and child healthcare. The medical team comprises a nurse, doctor, and a program coordinator. Since the launch of the program, the medical van has provided medical aid to 1523 patients in 12 villages in a month. Of which 398 male, 530 female and 467 children patients have already taken benefit of primary treatment and medicine. The beneficiaries of the program have been issued a medical card that records their medical history. The van that also works as a mobile dispensary is helpful in the distribution of the multi-vitamin supplements and regular follow-ups of the patient.