Success Stories Of The Patients Of Heart Care Foundation Fund

Soni is the 11 year old daughter of Yashoda, a thread weaver in a weaving industry. Yashoda is the sole bread winner for her family, her husband expired a few years ago. To add to the family’s misfortunes, Soni was diagnosed with a hole in her heart and required immediate medical attention. Without a BPL card, a free surgery was not possible even in government hospitals. Yashoda approached the Foundation for assistance, the surgery was sanctioned and the operation was scheduled at Willington Hospital. It was a happy day for everyone at the Foundation to hear an overjoyed mother say, “Jiyegi meri beti” (“My daughter is going to live”)

Ashidul Sheikh, a 4 year old boy, was diagnosed with Congenital Cyanotic Heart Disease. His mother, Rubina Sheikh is a maid by profession and his father is a daily wage laborer. Post many anxiety ridden visits to the G B Pant Hospital, where they failed to secure a bed for their ailing child due to a long wait for dates of surgeries, they read about the Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund, in Nav bharat Times and contacted them. After the initial formalities, the child was entrusted to Medanta for his surgery. He was successfully operated upon on 1of June, 2014. It is nothing short of a blessing for the family to see Ashidul as a normal and healthy child.

It was heartbreaking for the father of Muskan (an eight year old girl) to discover that his little daughter was suffering from a congenital heart disease. He is a driver with a monthly income of Rs.10,000 and had absolutely no way to sponsor a treatment which would cost him about 2.5 lacs. Thankfully, he approached the Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund at the right time. She needed to undergo a surgery immediately as her condition was on a steady decline. As of today, over 1% of children are born with congenital heart diseases and most of them die due to lack of medical attention simply because their parents cannot afford to have them treated. Muskan was admitted at the National Heart Institute and was successfully operated upon. Her father is overjoyed that both his child, and her ’muskan’ (smile) are intact. His renewed mission in life is to ensure that his daughter receives quality education and is able to make her life meaningful.

Atul Sharma is 28 year old driver in Delhi and has a family of seven to support. His annual income is less than Rs 1 lakh and he lives in a rented accommodation with his family. It was a bolt from the blue when he found out that his son, Dhruv Sharma (4 years old) was born with a complex congenital heart disease – with an absent valve. Dhruv required an urgent surgery which involved total correction of a hole in the heart and reconstruction of the lung artery. It was a timely rescue by the Sameer Malik Heart CareFoundation Fund which supported his surgery at AIIMS. His father can finally catch a wink of sleep at night, his son is now as healthy as any other normal 4 year old boy.

The Samir Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund is continually and whole heartedly dedicated to providing quality and timely support to needy patients. It is succor for the soul of the foundation to see people being revived and leading healthy lives, who were once helpless and hopeless so as to whether or not they would survive. Thanks to our efficient team, we hope to only make this an upward trend, here, at our Foundation.


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