The HCFI began work as a non-profit organization in 1986 with the sole aim of creating mass health awareness among people. It aims at serving humanity at large by providing healthcare solutions to one and all. HCFI specializes in using consumer-based entertainment modules to deliver knowledge and augment awareness about various aspects of everyday healthcare among people. Its programmes focus on preventive-healthcare through regular awareness camps on issues such as HIV/AIDs, obesity, and health and sanitation.
HCFI is the only NGO in India to be honoured with two commemorative national stamps
- Re 1.00 featuring ‘Run for the Heart’ in 1991
- ₨ 6.50 featuring the HCFI’s flagship PHM in 1993
The Government of Rajasthan has also conferred an honour on HCFI by releasing a cancellation stamp to commemorate the first mega health camp held at Ajmer in February 2012.
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CPR training is for everyone and not just the job of the paramedics. Anyone in medical distress may need immediate first aid and quick response to such an emergency can save a life. In line with its mission of spreading mindfulness about health, HCFI conducts regular programmes and training camps to teach people the CPR technique.
What is "Hands-only" CPR?This technique entails using only chest compression without rescue breathing technique or mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to pump the heart and supply oxygen to the brain when someone is in a medical emergency due to sudden cardiac arrest or trauma from an accident. Knowing how to perform "Hands-only" CPR can mean all the difference between life and death.
HCFI currently holds three Limca Book of World Record titles for the maximum number of people trained in "Hands-only" CPR. To know more click here
The Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund is a one-of-its-kind initiative under the flagship of HCFI. Started as a tribute to Sameer Malik, the foundation aims to ensure that no one dies of heart disease without a fair chance at treatment. It embraces all those who require financial aid and technical assistance. To know more click here
SAMEER MALIK HEART CARE FOUNDATION FUND SUCCESS STORIES
It was heartbreaking for the father of Muskan (an eight year old girl) to discover that his little daughter was suffering from a congenital heart disease. He is a driver with a monthly income of ₹10,000 and had absolutely no way to sponsor a treatment which would cost him about ₹2.5 lacs. Thankfully, he approached the Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund at the right time. She needed to undergo a surgery immediately as her condition was on a steady decline. As of today, over 1% of children are born with congenital heart diseases and most of them die due to lack of medical attention simply because their parents cannot afford to have them treated. Muskan was admitted at the National Heart Institute and was successfully operated upon. Her father is overjoyed that both his child, and her ’muskan’ (smile) are intact. His renewed mission in life is to ensure that his daughter receives quality education and is able to make her life meaningful.
Atul Sharma is 28 year old driver in Delhi and has a family of seven to support. His annual income is less than ₹1 lakh and he lives in a rented accommodation with his family. It was a bolt from the blue when he found out that his son, Dhruv Sharma (4 years old) was born with a complex congenital heart disease – with an absent valve. Dhruv required an urgent surgery which involved total correction of a hole in the heart and reconstruction of the lung artery. It was a timely rescue by the Sameer Malik Heart CareFoundation Fund which supported his surgery at AIIMS. His father can finally catch a wink of sleep at night, his son is now as healthy as any other normal 4 year old boy. The Samir Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund is continually and whole heartedly dedicated to providing quality and timely support to needy patients. It is succor for the soul of the foundation to see people being revived and leading healthy lives, who were once helpless and hopeless so as to whether or not they would survive. Thanks to our efficient team, we hope to only make this an upward trend, here, at our Foundation. For help and assistance call us on our helpline number
Helpline Number : 9958771177
Address: E-219, GK Part-1, New Delhi-110048
Mobile : 9811090206
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THE HCFI AWARDS 2018
Inviting nominations under the following categories:
“HCFI K L CHOPRA MEDIA AWARD” for the best Health News for the Year 2017 – 18. 01 April 2017 – 31 March 2018
“HCFI Dr RAKESH GUPTA EXCELLENCE AWARD” to be given to a medical doctor or NGO for recognizing their philanthropic contribution in the field of a community health
“HCFI ABHEETA KHANNA LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD” to be awarded to person for his or her exemplary contribution in the field of PR and Journalism
“HCFI ANIL JAJU EXCELLENCE AWARD” to be awarded to an NGO for an exemplary public health awareness project initiated in the year
”HCFI QIMAT RAI AGGARWAL EXCELLENCE AWARD” to be awarded to a school student recognizing his/her contribution in the field of health and environment
”HCFI Dr K K AGGARWAL INNOVATION AWARD” to be awarded to a nursing student or institution recognizing an innovative project or contribution in the field of health
”HCFI PERFORMER OF THE YEAR AWARD” to be awarded to the best all-rounder from the HCFI Family