Mission TB free Haryana

Medanta works with Government of India to spread awareness on Tuberculosis

Why TB free Haryana

Medanta has introduced a model to improve the diagnosis of Tuberculosis in the underserved rural areas, in order to eradicate or at least substantially reduce the burden of this deadly disease which is widely prevalent in our country. Over the next five years, Medanta will drive this campaign with full commitment and hope to achieve this target by 2020.


25% of the total number of TB cases in the world live in India


50% of cases can be picked up to start treatment


India has 180 TB positive cases per 100,000

How we plan to free Haryana of TB

Each of the 21 districts of Haryana will be divided into five clusters of four districts each and one van will be used per cluster; all the 21 districts will be covered over a five-year period using five vans equipped with X-Ray machines. For each patient diagnosed with Pulmonary TB, at least 10 other people are saved from contracting the disease by direct spread through sputum

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Our partners

Mission TB-Free Haryana is a collaborative effort between Medanta - The Medicity, the Government of Haryana, the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) and the Central TB Division of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. The US Ambassador Richard R. Verma, Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan and Haryana Chief Minister

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    Govt. of Haryana

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    Ministry of health & family welfare

Our team

What we have achieved so far

With the goal to make Haryana TB free, two mobile vans fitted with a digital chest X-ray machine and other diagnostics were launched here today. The scheme aims to actively find Tuberculosis (TB) cases in 5 districts of Haryana. The private initiative, undertaken by the districts to be covered in the first phase of the project include Rewari, Gurgaon, Mewat, Palwal and Jhajjhar and many more

1st Dec 2015
Phase 1 1
1st Feb 2016
Phase 2 2
by Nov 2016
Final Phase
by 2020


The mission received a major fillip on 1st December 2015 with specially equipped mobile vans, donated by the Oriental Bank of Commerce being pressed into service. These vans were fitted with a digital chest X-ray and CB - NAAT machine and other diagnostics and have been visiting Primary Health Centre's run by the Government to perform chest X-Rays for patients suspected of having Pulmonary Tuberculosis.

Phase 1

The first phase of Mission TB-Free Haryana started on 1st December, 2015, spanning five districts of the state as detailed below. The results of the mission for three months (Dec ‘15 - Feb ‘16) is shown in the graph below. 618 suspected TB Patients were screened during this period, of which 244 were diagnosed positive on digital chest X-Ray through the Medanta Mobile Van and started on DOTS


Medanta’s Mission TB Free Haryana completes one year

Mission TB Free Haryana’, an initiative by Medanta – The Medicity, launched to support the Government of India’s substantial programme of eradicating Tuberculosis has successfully completed a year since its inception on 20th November’ 15. An event, presided over by Shri Anil Vij, the Honorable Health Minister of India along with several dignitaries including Mr. Jonathan Addleton, USAID/India Mission Director from US Embassy and Dr. David Ford from Scarborough, UK among others, was organized to commemorate the same occasion. An addition of five new digitally - furnished vans was announced on this day. This was followed by a meeting between the Government’s District TB Officers and Medanta’s doctors to further formulate plans and strategies for achieving the desired goal.

Upcoming Phase

The next phase will commence in early - 2017. The initial districts to be included will be Faridabad, Bhiwani, Rohtak, Sonepat and Mahendragarh.

  • Phase 2 & 3 to include all districts
  • Four further vans will be procured at 3-6 monthly intervals and will apply in the other districts in a similar manner.
  • The procurement of the latest TB diagnostic tool “Genexpert” to fit into van.
  • Application of this test to the rural population will further increase diagnostic yield.

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