Saturday, May 16, 2015
A MESSAGE FROM THE DAUGHTER OF ONE OF MY OLD KNOWN PEOPLE AND PATIENT. THEY HAVE KNOWN ME SINCE MY COLLEGE DAYS AND FOLLOWED ME SINCE. THANKS FOR THEIR OBSERVATION
HEALTH FOR ALL - DR NITIN CHAUBE, A MAN WITH A MISSION AND A VISION
Life comes with its own flavours. The taste of success is always inspirational. It for some becomes a medium of aura creation and personal might, and for some it becomes a driver to achieve newer goals.
Dr. Nitin Chaube presents one such story, for whom time and success have been drivers. His tryst with destiny has continued since his early college days. Never a student of vernacular medium, he entered an ayurvedic medical college witb a background enforced with english. It is said that, you do well in certain proffessions if you have a family history. That was the first odd. With no one as a medical proffessional and no guidance and above all adding salt to wounds was a career he chose - alternative medicine.
Alternative medicine in India presents a career with a lot of misapprehensions, misgivings and a certain sense of pity glaced in a presentation of auroric falasy. This was the second odd.
His proffessional career began with SHREE BAIDYANATH AYURVED BHAWAN, NAINI, ALLAHABAD even while he was studying in his final year and on a high of catering to their exports in the US in 2004.
In pursuit of better avenues he moved to delhi in 2005 and started looking for opportunities for practice and pharma industry, but the odd's of sustaining a livelihood weighed on him and he began a career with the outsourcing industry across AMERICAN EXPRESS & WNS GLOBAL SERVICES. He was not to be cowed down and so came up with his website -- www.ayushyavarsha.com in 2006.8
This gave him the first taste of a personal medical success where he developed himself into an online consultant. Much like telemedicine, this involves listening to patients in voice, assessing reports in mail, chatting long hours on messenger, taking every fine detail and continuously analysing what are the possible causes. Remember physically the patient is not present.
He came across ailments like MOTOR NEURON DISEASE, PULMONARY FIBROSIS, INTERSTITIAL LUNG DISEASE, BURST FRACTURES HAVING BEEN OPERATED WITH RESIDUAL PARALYSIS, GERIATRIC DEMYLINATING NEUROPATHY WITH PARALYTIC STROKE etc. Some of these were terminal and some permanently disabling. The available options were either ease the discomfort and ease the pain towards death or relief from the disability. The question faced was how much and how easy? While in terminal illnesses he made it easy, for those wih disabilities it was always more than expected. When asked he says he owes it all to his patients, their cooperation and effort, but is that only how it is?
Probably there is more to it, and that is the trust that his voice builds, his honesty and his devotion, that develops amongst his patients.
2009 came with another shock for him and pushed him against the wall. Recession forced him to quit his job, quit delhi, and with loans on his shoulders, lost savings and a big question what next, he landed on the soil of SINGRAULI, a small damsel of a town in the state of MADHYA PRADESH; a hub for coal mining and power which became his shelter.
As he stepped on the soil with an idea of a short vacation and then move out in search of another job, he realised possibilities of another opportunity. Still faced with the same social odds which become more dominating in a semiliterate, labour influenced environment, he began his regular practice.
Somewhere the sleeping entrepreneur had woken up. While he struggled with his loans, a new life much different from that of a metro a new journey had begun. It slowly was taking shape. In the meantime he also shared a stint of three and a half years with a public sector company on an adhoc assignment, and standing tall against proffessional business hostilities, backed by his nature of assignment and honest to the cause he catapulted himself on to the international stage, delivering lectures at international conferences in INDIA (RAJKOT, BANGALORE, HYDERABAD) to internationally at BEIJING. He holds invitations to various such opportunities today globally. All this was a first for someone in SINGRAULI and gave him a new identity. Today his name appears in google's searches with respect to ayurveda on various topics where he has sounded his clear views.
In 2014 he took another challenging decision, not to continue further with the public sector. The next is what followed.
He established a private limited company, PRAYUSH HOSPITAL PRIVATE LIMITED. He says - " health is of the people, for the people and by the people. Prayush means love for life of others and thats why prayush hospital stands for the people and their health. We want to give healthcare honestly the meaning of care."
There many and big questions stand out. What? How? How different? What exclusivity?
All answers lie in one word - "people"
Prayush hospital looks to present a diversified range of services, servicing both the masses and the classes. To achieve this we plan clinics and hospitals such that we can service the remotest possible, and for classes we plan special lifestyle units, bringing a different engagement level of personalised care - more of a concept clinic.
He still remains frugal in his approach. Despite having achieved international acclaim in a short span, he still dwells in a rented house and drives a small car. His vision stems from the people because he believes in them and believes he is one amongst them. Standing against all odd's , with a vision for the people, but yes to do business and definitely earn profits from it, he seeks to reach his qoals faster.
This is what he asks -
WILL YOU SHARE MY DREAM AND BE A PART OF MY DREAM. MY DREAM IS YOUR DREAM. A HEALTHY TOMORROW.