Doctor Aides Rural community

Sun, Jan 10,2010 10:10 AM Posted by IshaCareAdmin

Dr. Kalpana Rajdev,a formerly a medical director of two nursing homes with more than two decades of medical experience behind her, reached into an extensive medical background that also included general practice and work in geriatrics, and came up with a plan to combat what she believes is a gap in medical services in her rural Tennessee community. Dr.Kalpana Rajdev's work with the clinic involves delivering small-scale services to nearby Warren and Van Buren counties. In 2006, what she found upon joining the community of McMinnville caused Rajdev to reevaluate her retirement plans because of what, she says, is a "segment that doesn't have anywhere to go" - a reference to the number of low-income families in the region. She likens health care expenditures to a "chronic ailment," one that she, along with a band of steady volunteers, hope to improve.

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Free care clinic looks for funds for permanent building

Sun, Oct 18, 2009 6:30 PM Posted by IshaCareAdmin

There is an old saying that goes, "Charity begins at home." For Dr. Kalpana Rajdev and Dr. Usha Doshi, a unique pair of caring physicians in Warren County, charity not only begins at home, but also in the Free Isha Care Clinic.

Dr. Usha Doshi,speaks about the importance of providing health care to those without health insurance at the Town Hall Meeting with Congressman Lincoln Davis in August.

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Health and Wellness magazine, Nashville, TN

Oct and Nov 2008, 5:10 PM Posted by IshaCareAdmin

Local Community Leaders come together to launch Free Primary Healthcare Clinic - Isha Care the dire needs of an underserved population in the Tri-county area.

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Isha Care Presentation Inaugural

Sun, Sep 24, 2008 8:30 PM Posted by IshaCareAdmin

Social Projects and Isha care clinic in the US

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Isha Care Press release

Sun, Sep 24, 2008 8:30 PM Posted by IshaCareAdmin

Isha care Official Press Release: The Isha Care free clinic is the outcome of a heartfelt, community-wide response to the dire need for primary health care services for the uninsured and needy in the tri-county area. With the support and assistance of many community leaders, including Van Buren County Mayor, Kelly Dishman; the Van Buren Chamber of Commerce; the National Home Builders Association, McMinnville; West& Gribble; the Bank of Tullahoma; Harrison Ferry Volunteer Fire Department; Stewart Pharmacy; Falcon Capital Funding, LLC and numerous other area businesses, the Isha Care clinic will officially open its doors September 23, 2008.

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The Mountain View Online - Local News

Sun, Sep 24, 2008 8:30 PM Posted by IshaCareAdmin

The presentation to the Chamber of Commerce was an attempt to ask the community to get behind this project with support. This is the base or foundation - to have the community support and clear need of the project.The members of the chamber seemed very receptive to the idea and felt it would certainly be a positive move for the community.

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