Philosophy of SHARE

Nature has created a divided world of those who have the capacity to give and those who have the need to receive. We are the lucky few who are blessed with the capacity to give rather then receive.Let us thank God for giving the capacity and opportunity to give by giving.

SHARE started with a simple thought

In 1981 a seed of a noble thought was planted that would later on become a flourishing tree of health and happiness for a huge segment of people. That life transforming seed was SHARE.


It was handful of NRI professionals led by a visionary who had the dream to give something substantial and special back to their motherland as a token of gratitude. The focus was to bring in their vast wealth of expertise to serve community as a whole.


Choosing picturesque and peaceful environs, at Medchal Mandal (County) about 35 kms Hyderabad, the Capital City of the state of Telangana, they went about their mission. Thus was born a world-class medical centre which today, is a proud institution of health and happiness covering 80 villages in the two nearby mandals (Medchal and Shameerpet) and providing world-class care to the needy.


One Goal: Health First

  • To provide quality and advanced medical care at lowest possible cost
  • To develop a working model of Healthcare Delivery System for rural population.
  • To promote undergraduate, graduate, post graduate and Continuing Medical Education.
  • And above all t o promote Research.


Our Research Projects


To provide integrated maternal and child health, family welfare and primary health care services to the rural population involving the community to achieve a reduction in the morbidity, mortality and fertility levels.

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To better understand the link between the environment in which Indian women conceive, are pregnant and give birth and the physical and mental health and development of their children.

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This is a long term research project for a period of 5 years that will examine the incidence of risk factors for disability and age related disease in the population of older adults (age 60+).

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Public Health Management Institute (PHMI), is established in 2005 with a simple yet single-minded focus: to improve the quality of life (not just health) through health interventions and related activities in underprivileged communities.

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To determine population-based prevalence of parasitic infection in rural Telangana and to characterize the burden of infection according to specific parasite types, both protozoa and helminthes.


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To evaluate the performance of three cervical cancer screening assays in rural India: Pap smear, HPV DNA testing, and visual inspection of the cervix after acetic acid application (VIA).



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