We Care For You, When You Need it the Most.
Aishwaryam Trust was founded in 2014 by a group of compassionate doctors with the aim to extend their duty beyond medicine and help people and patients who suffer from diseases and health conditions that challenge treatment by science and medicine to this day. Aishwaryam Trust was set up to treat such people with kindness and care upfront, and thrives to provide the best palliative care possible. Providing the best kind of palliative care is the ultimate goal of the trust. The greatest challenge lies in meeting all the requirements of a patient in respects of physical, emotional and medical support, all at a time, and all the time. The trust, having founded by qualified team of doctors, has its greatest strength and advantage of having them do what they are trained to do well.
The trust has performed several medical camps, programs and events focusing the less fortunate and rural regions since 2014. The founders of the trust have since then received several awards for their act and excellence since then. After accomplishing many successful events and medical camps, the founders realized that many of the patients who were attended by them required continuous care, through the day and night. That was when the trust decided to establish a centre that would serve people day in and day out.
Nethravathi Pain, Palliative Care & Rehabilitation Center
In January 2016, the trust established its first centre by name, Nethravathi Pain, Palliative care and Rehabilitation Centre at Kadachanendal, Madurai, equipped to hold about 20 inmates and has been ever since rendering palliative care besides being their last home and family. The trust has also rescued several homeless and aged people to this day. The trust and its centre has since then gained overwhelming support from the public, various organizations and media after hosting many successful events including several free medical camps in rural regions, rescue missions, awareness programs, and so on.
Nethravathi Pain, Palliative Care and Rehabilitation Centre, run by Aishwaryam Trust is now home to more than 18 patients and has served over a hundred others in its first year of service. Some of them terminally sick due to disease, some being elderly with no family to be cared for, some are homeless and rescued by the member of trust, and some have been admitted by family members when they were not able to be taken care of. The centre celebrated its first anniversary and inauguration of its second year on 19th February, 2017. On this occasion, the centre received overwhelming appreciation and recognition from eminent people and media.