Welcome to The Society for the Rehabilitation of Crippled Children

Welcome-to-SRCC

In 1947, a group of dedicated volunteers started a small clinic in a doctor’s waiting room for the treatment of children afflicted with poliomyelitis. The continued efforts of these few persons resulted in the birth of this Society. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru became a patron, and was instrumental in the grant of land to Society for Rehabilitation of Crippled Children (SRCC) at Haji Ali. Since then it has been a society serving the needs of Children, from all sections of society.

The aim of SRCC is to organize hospital and clinics for the diagnosis, care, and treatment of children; and children in need of alternate support. All services have to be child friendly, giving Health Hope and Happiness.

SRCC Centre for Child Development

The Society has expanded its facilities to treat various ailments affecting children by establishing a ‘Centre for Child Development’. This Centre aims to be a one-stop-shop for children from different backgrounds and from across India by housing various physical and mental therapies and treatment solutions under one roof. It has further expanded by establishing a Tertiary-care super-specialty Children’s Hospital.

SRCC CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Managed By Narayana Health

The 200 bed hospital exclusively for children, houses many specialties aimed towards transforming children’s health in India. Some of the tertiary care facilities and services are Cardiology and Cardiac surgery, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Oncology, Orthopedics, Nephrology, Gastroenterology and Urology and a Blood Bank.

WE HAVE HELPED MORE THAN HUNDRED THOUSAND CHILDREN

no child should be refused treatment for want of money
This is our main philosophy at SRCC.
reinventing the wheel constantly
At SRCC, we reinvent the wheel constantly, therby achieving exemplary quality levels
first institution of its kind in India
SRCC is the first institution of its kind where a pediatric hospital and a therapy centre are working together for the benefit of children.

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