Organ donation is no easy matter. Because mere donation is easy, but the tricky part lies in getting the actual transplant done. And sadly, considering the actual state of things in India, the private hospitals come into the fore as far as transplants are concerned. AIIMS is the only government facility featuring in this list. This is where Fundraising in India comes in.
Here is the list of top 10 hospitals in this country which fit this bill:
- Fortis Hospital Delhi – This is a hospital which is best for all kinds of organ transplants, like lung, liver, kidney, etc.
- Apollo Hospital Chennai – very popular for liver and kidney.
- Artemis Hospital Gurgaon – popular for eye, liver and kidney.
- Max Hospital Delhi & Gurgaon – considered the best for kidney and liver transplants.
- Medanta – The Medicity, Gurgaon – considered among the best facilities for heart transplant.
- Columbia Asia Hospital, Bangalore – along with kidney and liver, this hospital is also the best for bone marrow transplant surgery.
- Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai – has expertise in carrying out liver, kidney and bone marrow transplant surgeries.
- Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai – a very good place for liver and kidney transplants.
- AIIMS, Delhi – this place excels in all, has top of the line medical practitioners and facilities, and is vouched for by the best.
- Narayana Health, across the country – this hospital is popular for various organ transplants including heart and bone marrow.
While these are the top of the line facilities, traditionally, the organ donation and transplants have depended on the performance of the states. Here is the list of the states, performance wise:
- Andhra Pradesh – best for heart, kidney, liver and lung transplants
- Assam – Reputed for kidney and liver transplants.
- Bihar, Haryana, Goa and Himachal Pradesh – Feature on the list for kidney transplants
- Chandigarh – Very popular for heart, kidney, liver, lung and even pancreas transplant
- Delhi – NCR- This region is celebrated for all kinds of transplants.
These are the states in terms of the best transplant rates, if not the services. And quite a few of these states are poor, with those donating and receiving often at the mercy of broken state machinery. To help these people out, there is nothing like Crowdfunding in India. And because India has always been generous when it comes to crowdfunding for medical reasons, considering how important and expensive organ transplants are, the campaigns are usually successful. The best way to go about it is to prove the authenticity of the campaign.