We are providing Free Cochlear Implant facility upto 5 years Deaf & Mute children under scheme of Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech and Hearing Disabilities. We are also providing Free Speech Therapy for free cochlear implant registered patient.
All tests like – BERA, OAE, Impedance, HAT, CT Scan etc.. upto 50% Discount.
All Cochlear & Hearing Aid Accessories are available in maximum discount.
Late Dr. Prof. S. N. Mehrota was born on 20 Jan 1938 in Allahabad. After completing his schooling he went on to do his MBBS, MD (Paed) from GSVM Medical College, his dedication and thoughtful service for society specially the children, saw him through to be the Prof & Head of Department of Pediatrics of GSVM Medical College, Kanpur. He has always been devoted to serve the poor but, very unfortunately he left for heavenly adobe in year 1987, at the young age of just 49 years
His only child Dr. Rohit Mehrotra went on to complete his MBBS from the same GSVM medical college at Kanpur in the year 1993 and then Master in ENT Surgery from KGMC Lucknow in the year 1997, he could visualize his father`s vision of serving the poor masses and thus went on to register "Prof. S. N. Mehrotha Memorial ENT Foundation" in the loving memory of his father during the year 2010. However advance the technology be, it has only widened the gap between the have and have-not, the disparity between the rich and poor has widened even further than ever before. Therefore to serve the society by providing quality and comprehansive ENT Foundation is a non profit organization dedicated to provide accessible affordable and quality ENT services to all specially the poor, by prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, and educate the masses in association with stake holders.
Our devotion, dedication, determination and team work of the foundation is to take on the challenge in an effort to eradicate treatable deafness by medication, surgery, hearing aids & implants.
In India there are more than 63 million people who are suffering from auditory impairment, this places the estimated prevalence at 6.3% of the Indian population. As per survey there are approx 300 persons per one lakh population, who are suffering from sever hearing loss and even large percentage of population suffers from milder degree of hearing loss and unilateral (one sided) hearing loss, over 50% of the causes of earing imp are preventable and a large percentage of causes are treatable by surgical methods while others can be rehabilitated with the use of hearing aids & speech therapy.