Jamshedpur, July 3: The Arya Vaidya Sala (AVS) Clinic was inaugurated today at Tata Main Hospital by Sunil Bhaskaran, Vice President Corporate Services, Tata Steel. It will provide treatment from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (Monday to Saturday) at OPD, TMH. Consultancy will be free � patients will only be required to pay for the medicines and any specialized treatment.
AVS first came to Jamshedpur in September 2014. The Ayurvedic Medical Centre at Arogyabhavan was inaugurated by the then Tata Steel MD, H.M.Nerurkar. All classical Panchakarma and Keraleeya special treatments are offered at the Medical centre. AVS is managed and guided by a Board of Trustees. The nationally reputed Physician and Scholar, Dr P K Warrier is the Managing Trustee of AVS for the past six decades.
Vaidyaratnam P S Varier�s Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal (AVS) is a 115 years old Charitable Trust engaged in the practice and propagation of the Indian traditional health care system of Ayurveda.
Arya Vaidya Sala has five Hospitals, two at Kottakkal, one each at Delhi, Kochi and Aluva. Another hospital is being commissioned shortly at Baddy, in Himachal Pradesh. Classical Panchakarma therapies and the reputed Kerala special therapies are made available to patients, in these hospitals.
AVS operates three GMP accredited drug manufacturing units at Kottakkal, Palghat and Nanjangud. More than 500 classical formulations are manufactured at these units and they are made available to patients across the country through 28 Branch Clinics and more than 1650 Authorized Dealers.
The Centre for Medicinal Plants Research (CMPR), which promotes research on plants and extension services in Herbal cultivation was inaugurated in 2003 by the then President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, and is now recognized by the Central Government as a Centre of Excellence. Several collaborative research programmes are undertaken jointly with ICMR, DBT, AYUSH, etc.