Chikitsa works to help achieve ‘Health for All’ by ensuring access to quality and affordable community-based primary health care.
We do this by providing quality, community-based healthcare for a token fee (Rs 20) in under-served communities across Delhi-NCR in India.
Our base clinics are full-fledged primary care centres. They have a general physician and several medical specialists including a paediatrician, gynaecologist, dentist, physiotherapist, ophthalmologist and a homeopath. Each Satellite Clinic team includes a pharmacist, ambulance driver and a community health worker.
Chikitsa distributed free dry food ration and health kits accross Delhi-NCR to 50,000+ beneficiaries. With the end of lockdown the project was extended to specifically provide nutritional support for the elderly, pregnant women, persons with disabilities, and families with malnourished children and newborns.
Chikitsa’s VBD Prevention Programme contributes towards meeting the Government of India’s objectives of halting and reversing the incidence of malaria and other vector borne diseases in the country, in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goal #3 and the recently released National Framework for Malaria Elimination in India 2016-2030.
Field Office: Chikitsa, Sector 40 Dispensary,
Next to Sector 40 Police Station, Gurugram, Haryana -122002
Registered Office: C-503 Som Vihar, RK Puram, New Delhi – 110022