Our philosophy is to support health and welfare charities where there is an entrepreneurial mindset focused on providing the greatest societal impact to local and global communities.
We have been developed partnerships and supporting the following charities with regular donations for the last two decades:
Some of the worlds toughest soldiers.
The Gurkha Welfare Trust is a registered charity which was established in 1969. It aims to relieve poverty and distress among Gurkha ex-servicemen of the British Crown and their dependants.
This is achieved by raising funds for distribution in Nepal through the Trust’s field arm, the Gurkha Welfare Scheme, and responding to welfare needs as they arise in the UK. The Trust supports around 10,000 welfare pensioners in Nepal. Most are in their 80’s and are totally reliant on the Trust for a dignified and comfortable old age.
The Trust helps repay the debt of honour owed the brave Gurkha soldiers who have fought alongside the British & Indian Armies for nearly 200 years.
Our founder and CEO, Dr Anil Ohri, proudly served with the Gurkha's as their regimental medical officer, and the company has named its series of modular cardiac catheter labs after the regiment.
The Gurkha bravery motto is: "Kaphar hunnu bhanda marnu ramro." which translated reads: "Better to work hard and fight than be a coward."
Medical aid where it's needed most. Independent. Neutral. Impartial. All that matters is they are human beings in need.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international humanitarian aid organisation that provides emergency medical assistance to populations affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural or man-made disasters and people excluded from healthcare.
MSF was founded in 1970 when a group of French doctors joined an international aid mission to help victims of Nigeria’s civil war. They were frustrated by government interference in humanitarian aid and felt they were being silenced when they wanted to tell the world about the atrocities they witnessed.
MSF was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999 in recognition of its pioneering humanitarian work.
Support to Military Veterans with injuries, illnesses and wounds.
While it takes strength to serve in the Armed Forces, it takes a different kind of strength to live life beyond injury. They believe anyone affected by their military service deserves to live a secure and healthy life with purpose. The charity helps wounded veterans overcome their daily battles and thrive.
Regent’s Park Healthcare is a corporate sponsor for Help for Heroes. Help for Heroes were also our neighbours at our previous office site in Downton, Wiltshire. Our association with them developed during the first Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 when they worked with us to help build, equip and mobilise a large cardiac operating theatre and ward for an NHS hospital that had a critical capacity shortage. All achieved within 14 weeks of receiving the order - esprit de corps at its very finest!