In this context, the medical centre which we run with Seva Sangh Samiti, situated within the slum, plays an important role in the health of its residents, providing essential basic health care to children and adults, with local medical specialists (general medicine, pulmonology, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, dental clinic, physiotherapy and pharmacy unit), developing activities to promote health and facilitating access to public health campaigns, such as vaccination and the control programme for tuberculosis, one of the main epidemics in India.

This centre was opened in 1976, which means that it is completely integrated into the slum. Our participation started in 2007, in a time where it was in danger of closing due to lack of funds. Since then, the capacity has increased, carrying out around 25,000 medical consultations each year.