Apollo Tyres Foundation Healthcare Centres

In partnership with the Apollo Tyres Foundation

When: Since April 2021

What: Healthcare centres in the busy transport hubs of Hyderabad and Karimnagar, Telangana, giving truckers, cleaners and associated population access to general physicians, counsellors, optometrists and social workers. These centres offer testing services for HIV, diabetes, vision problems and TB, and provide free medication and healthcare maintenance support. The programme is aligned with Sustainable Development Goals (Goal3: Good Health and Well-being)

Impact: As of March 31, 2022

  • Hyderabad Centre
  • Karimnagar Centre

Hyderabad Centre

Beneficiaries reached out through Information, Education & Communication (IEC) Activities (as on March 31, 2022)
15000
Direct Outreach by Programme Team
500
Through mid-media events
350
Through mass media events
1300
Through peer-led outreach

OPDs

3400
In static clinic
400
In satellite clinic
1200
Through integrated camps

Other Services

2200
HIV Testing
1900
Diabetes Screening
2000
Vision Testing
3600
TB Testing
450
COVID-19 Vaccination

Karimnagar Centre

Beneficiaries reached out through Information, Education & Communication (IEC) Activities (as on March 31, 2022)
15000
Direct Outreach by Programme Team
300
Through mid-media events
4000
Through peer-led outreach

OPDs

2700
In static clinic
1000
Through integrated camps

Other Services

1600
HIV Testing
600
Diabetes Screening
2400
Vision Testing
100
TB Testing

Activities

  • Behaviour Change Communication (BCC): to bring attitude and behavior change through effecting communication on modes of transmission, prevention methods, myths and misconceptions pertaining to HIV. Awareness on vision care and other communicable and non-communicable disease
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) diagnosis & treatment: to provide quality services, accessible and free from discrimination through Health Care Centre
  • Condom Promotion: Promoting the use of condom and a method for dual protection as well as increasing the availability of condoms in program area
  • Peer Educators (PEs): develop and sustain peers from the same community within program area to reach out maximum target population

  • HIV Screening: develop linkages with State AIDS Control Society to make available HIV testing services at the health care centre
  • Diabetes & Vision Screening: providing services for diabetes & vision screening through static clinic & health check-up camps
  • Referral & Linkages: develop network with private-public service providers’ at all levels
  • Stakeholder Engagement: engage the local stakeholders and establish the community-based organization or leverage the existing community-based organization to take ownership of the program

Services

Primary, In-clinic Services

Maternal, Neonatal and Infant, Child and Adolescent Health
Reproductive Health, Contraception
Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases
Covid-19 Diagnosis and Treatment
OPD Care
Ophthalmology
ENT
Geriatric Care
Dentistry
Mental Illness

Specialist & Telehealth Services

Cardiology
Dentistry
Dermatology
Nutrition
Podiatry
Internal Medicine
Nephrology
Neurology
Paediatrics
Pathology
Pulmonology
Radiology
Diabetes Management and Endocrinology
Mental health