Mr Chaitanya Sama, one of the key founding members of Sterling5 Foundation, is well aware of the deprived primary healthcare facilities of rural villages in India as he himself was grown-up in rural India. He witnessed that many people used to die in his native place due to lack of basic healthcare facilities. People in most of the rural villages are isolated from the basic treatment at the right time and as required due to lack of full time healthcare centres which serve round the clock. Post Covid-19 pandemic out-break, the gap has deepened further. Hence he concluded to change the scenario in his home town by initiating a 50 bed hospital through Sterling5 Foundation. He immediately approached the local government authorities seeking the necessary approvals and an acre of government land to construct a world-class multi-speciality hospital, commemorating his late father Mr Venkata Reddy Sama, at Chityala Town, Nalgonda District, Telangana State, India. The approval process is currently under the active consideration of the local government.
Once approved, the new health care facility will incorporate the best doctors in their specialization and best equipment to treat hundreds of rural patients every single day for free of cost. The proposed hospital aims to provide one of the best healthcare facilities in the entire town and further aims that no more deaths are to be reported in Chityala due to unavailability of proper healthcare facilities.
It has been reported that many deaths occur in Mahaboobnagar and Narayanpet Districts in Telangana due to lack of proper Ambulance services to the needy. People in these geographies, generally fall victim to fatal incidents like snake bites or cardiac arrests in addition to other medical emergencies like road accidents due to unavailability of emergency response systems which can ensure timely treatment. If the first aid and primary treatment is provided in the golden hour, many deaths can be prevented and many precious lives will be safeguarded. In order to accomplish the same, adequate medical infrastructure is required which can reach out to the people whenever they need it.
Mr. Fian Sama got deeply distressed by a disastrous incident he witnessed in the recent past and is earnestly concerned about organizing an appropriate solution to the problems being faced by the people of these two districts. A couple, Pulimemiti Raju (40) and his wife Pulimemiti Sheshamma (34), expired in a week’s time due to unavailability of proper emergency medical response system in the Jangamreddy Pally Village of Narayanpet District – leaving behind their two children (Elder one of 10 years age, and the younger one of 10 days age) to an orphanage. While Mr. Raju died of cardiac arrest, his wife passed away due to the post-delivery illness coupled with an exorbitant emotional connection she had with her husband who left the world so suddenly. The said incident forced Mr. Sama to closely think about providing necessary medical support that can immediately help the needy whenever they are in an emergency.
Ambulances are considered the “vehicles of Sanjeevini” in medical emergencies and if they are fully equipped with the right kind of infrastructure and deployed with professional para medical staff, they can do wonders in saving human lives. Providing the necessary primary treatment and taking them to the nearest hospital for further treatment will become easier with the availability of Ambulances. Hence, the Sterling5 Foundation has decided to donate two (2) – Fully Equipped brand new Ambulances to the district administration of Mahaboobnagar and Narayanpet respectively. In order to fulfill the mentioned purpose, the foundation is seeking financial aid from the donors and is requesting the people to donate liberally for the greater good of humanity.