"The object of all health education is to change the conduct of individual men, women, and children by teaching them to care for their bodies well”
- Charlie Mayo

Primary Health Care is central to our mission. Our focus is on the overall health of the individual in the context of his or her environment and family. Our aim is to inspire each patient to live a healthier life. Prevention of developmental delays in children and an emphasis on good nutrition are particular focuses of our work.

  UNICEF - INDIA
  HIV
  TB
  DIABETES
  MORTALITY
Develop a low cost, yet comprehensive primary health care system that is easily replicated on the local level.

  • Encourage doctor-patient trust and communication
  • Develop pertinent health education materials that are easily understood by our patients
  • Promote awareness of early disease intervention
  • Establish women’s health education initiatives

Women in India shoulder the primary responsibility for the education, nutrition, and health of their families.

Many women must also cope with limited educational opportunities, grueling work conditions, and violence on the basis of their gender.

The Cyndi Weiss Women’s Health Initiative works to provide necessary medical treatment as well as educate and empower women and empower them to care for themselves and their families.

Women's Health PDF
Many Faces of Gender Inequality

  • Compassionate Care:
    Senior patients are treated with respect and compassion.

  • Good Nutrition Makes All the Difference:
    Hyderabad Mix consisting wheat, Bengal gram, groundnut, and jaggery yields 330K cals per 85 grams and was developed by the National Institute of Nutrition in Hyderabad.

  • Pre and Postnatal Care:
    Makes all the difference for healthy development of children and lowers the risk of malnutrition, disability, and early mortality.

  • Earning Patients’ Trust:
    Many people who come to the clinic have great fears from past experiences or no experiences at all. Our staff makes every effort to ensure that every patient feels free to express his or her concerns.