Bannu is a nonprofit organization focusing its work on Health and Education in rural areas of India. We strive to make positive and lasting contributions in areas associated with neglect and high risks. Our current focus is to provide special education to those with intellectual disabilities, and to establish a secondary care hospital in a remote tribal region devoid of functional healthcare. Through our centers, we strive to provide critical free services to the vulnerable and marginalized.
Bannu Arogyada Seva Society was formed by Dr. Charanjit Veeramalla, a native of Warangal city, along with few like-minded physicians in India as well as in the USA. Bannu Arogyada Seva Society is directly and solely sponsored by its sister organization, Bannu USA. This is a non-profit 501 c (3) organization established in 2011 in New Hampshire, USA by Dr. Charanjit Veeramalla.
Bannu Hospital is a critical access hospital that contains 60 – 100 beds. This health center is designed to provide the primary and secondary health care needs to a logo-symboldevastatingly underserved area of approximately 2,00,000 people. This population extends to the five tribal agency mandalas of Eturnagaram, Thadvai, Mangapeta, Mulugu and Govindaraopet of the Warangal district. BHC is a direct undertaking of the Bannu Arogyada Seva Society, registered under the AP Societies Act 2001, registration number 570 as of 2013.
Hospital Services: 16000 Out patients seen; 2500 In patients admits; 3000 Patients referred to city.
Surgeries: 32 Deliveries; 30 Appendicitis; 60 Other Surgeries.
Community Outreach Program: 8000 patients seen in health camps; 350 pregnant ladies educated; 600 health cards distributed; 10 health camps; 22 anti natal clinics.
Training/Education: 8 Nurses Undergoing Training; 2 Pharmacists under training; 2 lab technicians; 2 X-ray technicians; 2 Operation theater assistants.
Bannu Hospital Honored with Excellence in Healthcare Award - Sakshi Excellence Awards 2016.