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Our Vision

To serve the cause of 'Right to Healthy Childhood' through creation of a holistic eco system resulting in reducing the global congenital heart disease burden.

Our Mission

  • 1. To endeavour to serve in greater measure the national burden of child ill health, Totally Free of Cost and to become institutions of Pediatric Cardiac Excellence for India and several developing countries
  • 2.To develop skilled and compassionate medical, nursing and allied health care providers trained to collectively address the burden of congenital heart disease.
  • 3. To advocate the Right to Healthy Childhood by bringing sharper focus in the area of child heart care, enabled by research and technology solutions that inform all stakeholders in the health care spectrum of preventive curative,educative care.

Our Story

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The Sanjeevani Eco System

Fostering a holistic ecosystem to address the entire spectrum of congenital heart disease.

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Stay up-to-date about our programmes, initiatives and event across the country. Read our stories of success and lot more in our Monthly Newsletter.

Applications invited for August 2019 post Doctoral Fellowship Program in Pediatric Cardiac Sciences at Atal Nagar & Palwal. Click here for details

Pediatric Cardiac Perfusion Clerkship in Palwal, Haryana Centre, Certified 3 month course. Click here for details

The 20th Annual Conference of Pediatric Cardiac Society of India was hosted by Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani International Centre for Child Heart Care, Atal Nagar on 11th, 12th and 13th October, 2019.
For more details, please visit https://pcsi.srisathyasaisanjeevani.org

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Events
Special sessions, meets and programmes keep us closer and engaged with our community in the country and abroad. Here's a quick glance.
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar visits Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani at Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra

“In other hospitals, you are made to feel like a patient, but here you are made to feel like family!” – Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar visits Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani at Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra on 27th November 2019

In commemoration of the First Anniversary of the Centre at Navi Mumbai, cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar visited the hospital and mingled joyfully with little Sanjeevani warriors.

Later as he addressed an august gathering, he reminisced standing on the same ground in 2017 where nothing was built. In a short span of under 1 year, over 100 surgeries have been completed totally free of cost and he extolled that this was nothing short of a miracle!

He applauded the institution for being a true example of Baba’s message of “Love all, Serve all” and conveyed his best wishes, promising that he would always be available to help the institution save lives and bring back the smiles to the children and their families.

Newsletter
Stay up-to-date about our programmes, initiatives and event across the country. Read our stories of success and lot more in our Monthly Newsletter.
October 2019

Little Sojak’s had to travel from Nansury Hills for over seven days covering 3000 kms. His journey starts from the hills of Nansury in Mizoram and eventually to Sai Sanjeevani in Raipur starting on foot and then followed by every means of transport known to man. Click on the link below to know more about Sojak and other interesting updates from Sai Sanjeevani

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From India... With Love

  • Pakistan
  • Yemen
  • Uzbekistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Nepal
  • Liberia
  • Afghanistan
  • Ethiopia
  • Rwanda
International Centres:
  • Fiji
  • Sri Lanka
  • Nigeria
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Patients Treated From

  • 30 States in India
  • 10,000 Villages

Lives Touched in

  • 12 countries
  • 3 International Centres
Testimonials

His Excellency Mr Tahir Qadiry – Charge D’Affaires Of The Embassy Of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, New Delhi

“Saving one child changes the life of a whole family and impacts the whole nation “

The Nigerian High Commissioner to India – Major General Chris Eze

“I came here to thank this amazing hospital which does such a tremendous job of humanity and charity. In particular, I thanked the staff and management for their outreach program to Nigeria, treatment of Nigerian children with Cardiac problems and Training of Nigerian Cardiac specialists all Free of Cost.

I pray that everybody involved in this project will be abundantly blessed by Almighty God.”

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India

“Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Centres for Child Heart Care are great efforts to improve lives of youth & children. I am confident that the best quality service shall be provided to every common man’s child.”

Sachin Tendulkar, Cricket Legend

“It was my honour to attend the launch of “India Cares”, a completely free of cost healthcare campaign for all, which aims to detect and cure heart disease in Children. Deepest gratitude to the organizers of this campaign, Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani International Centre for Child Heart Care and Research (Haryana). This act of compassion promises to change the lives of so many of India’s children who are in dire need of Pediatric Cardiac Care services.”

Prime Minister of Fiji Hon. Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama

” You are invaluable partners to my Government, and the tremendous impact you have had on the lives of young Fijians , in particular, cannot be fully captured in words.”

Venkaiah Naidu, Vice-President of India

“Manava Seva Madhava Seva (Service to Man is Service to God) – doing a great job. Sanjeevani is proving to be a real Sanjeevani. It’s all Baba’s blessings that such a backward and remote area could have a world class facility. My salutions to the trust, doctors, and staff working here.”

Daily Prayer
The strength of Prayer, Hope & Faith take physical Form with every child who leaves the hospital Healed. Here are the children to be operated at the Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Centres today. Our prayers are with these patients
6th December 2019