Nayati Charitable Trust has been at the forefront of rendering free medical care to people hit by calamities across the country and beyond. Whether it is a natural disaster or a man-made tragedy, the Nayati medical relief team with clinicians, nurses and paramedical staff is available 24X7 for any kind of emergency. Disaster relief team is one of the strongest pillars of Nayati Charitable Trust.
During Uttarakhand Cloud Burst, Nepal Earth Quake, the JawaharBagh incident or the Cholera outbreak in Mathura the disaster management team had rendered exclusive medical relief services to the affected people.
Kerala was recently hit by the century’s worst floods. As the water began receding, millions across the state faced threats from the outbreak of water-borne and vector-borne diseases. Nayati mobilized a team of 30 highly-skilled doctors, nurses, paramedics and allied support services, focussing on the most-affected districts.
One of the first hospitals to extend succour in this grim hour, Nayati:
- Covered more than 3,000 people in low-lying regions and approximately 45-50 slum clusters.
- Set up round-the-clock medical camps providing health check-ups, medicines and essential materials for sustenance over two weeks.