- About CARE
- For Patients
As part of its commitment to provide comprehensive healthcare to all - regardless of affordability, CARE Hospitals has evolved integrated and networked healthcare delivery models, both horizontally and vertically to suit the varied needs of the population across the geographic (rural and urban) and social (low to high income groups) spectra. In this endeavour it partners with several organizations to extend its reach and serve the community better.
CARE (CArdiac Research & Education) Foundation was founded in August 1996 with a vision to evolve a model healthcare system, which would address the core issues of quality, cost, and access. The Foundation is committed to making healthcare more affordable and accessible to all, by practicing medicine with ethics and integrity, serving all sections of society and never refusing care to anyone.
CARE Foundation works in the domains of innovations in medical education & training, healthcare research, addressing the healthcare needs of poor patients, and developing and adopting technology to reach people in remote communities – both rural and urban. It operates in a networking environment with various public and private institutions.
CARE Foundation is recognized by the Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, as an R & D Institution and is registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA). It is a registered non-profit society, qualifying for 50% exemptions under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.
The CARE Institute of Health Sciences is an endeavour by the CARE Hospitals Group founders to consolidate all its healthcare and skill building initiatives.
The CARE Hospitals Group has 4 subsidiaries with whom it manages 6 partner hospitals: