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To become a major diversified, trans-national, integrated Social/Medical Care service provider with strong presence at National level in the field of Patience care especially providing accommodation, foods, Medicines, various tests at concessional rates, Ambulance services and providing Financial help to economically backward patients for treatment and imparting training to Social workers and bringing awareness in the public to help poor and needy economically background patients etc..
To achieve a high level of standard of excellence in all aspects of providing accommodation/medical/financial help to poor and economically backward Patients and their family by our diversified resources to the best possible manner.
– To augment /strengthen our resources, assets, equipments and trained staff to maximize number of beneficiaries at our Centers.
– To help patients and their relatives to sustain during their financial hardship and get wellness not only physically but also mentally and emotionally for quality life.
– To foster a culture of achieving objectives of Samiti and overall growth of its employees and vendors by collective approach and dedicated services.
– To cultivate high standard of services by adopting ethical and quality practices to have a strong & exclusive presence in the Societ
Narayan Hari Palkar , alias Nana Palkar was a dedicated whole life Pracharak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Service to the people/community was his mission in life and to the end he was committed to this ideal. A gifted writer and a poet, he had great compassion for the sick and the needy. All his life he strove to alleviate
pain and suffering ( and worked selflessly and tirelessly to help the sick and needy ).
After his untimely demise in March 1967, the Nana Palkar Smruti Samiti was established in 1968, to perpetuate his memory and to fulfill his mission. The Samiti is a Non-Government Organization and Rugna Seva= Ishwar Seva is its motto.
Today, the Samiti, in its own Ten-Story premises, provides a “Home away from home” to ( poor and ailing ) patients who came to Mumbai from various parts of our country for medical treatment. Many times, this is a bewildering &/a traumatic experience for them as most of them are poor and are visiting Mumbai for the first time. They do not have friends or relatives to guide. However, the Samiti helps them overcome many hurdles by providing low-cost accommodation close to the major hospitals , by assisting them hospital admission, by providing orientation
about hospital and medical procedures.
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