Zen Healthcare was born out of the passionate desire and commitment to make Nepal a Diabetes Free Zone.
OUR VISION: Diabetes Free Nepal and Diabetes Free World
OUR MISSION: To free our society from Diabetes and other life style diseases.
WE PROVIDE: Tools and support to empower people to take control of their own health.
WE STRIVE: To create a healthy community, recognizing that “everything is connected to everything” and “the whole is more than the sum of its parts”. The human body is not a single being, but a vast and beautiful community; a living republic of cells and bacteria, all working in harmony towards the continued survival of the being we call you.
WE PARTNER: With health practitioners, environmentalists (Heal the Earth, Heal Yourself) and organizations to develop and share scientifically valid solutions to improve the quality of life by restoring health rather than managing diseases.
We are passionate about spreading the message that Type 2 Diabetes is a Preventable and even Reversible Disease.
At Zen Healthcare, solving problems of our patients is our number one rule and believe in sharing what we learn & Creating Shared Value rather than Corporate Social Responsibility.
Our mantra is “Take Control of Your Health” or “Be Your Own Doctor” and our goal is to share knowledge for Maintaining, Restoring, and Improving health and to ignite hope that “There are no incurable diseases, only incurable people”. You have to believe in yourself, no matter what anyone says. There’s always a way. There is always hope.
A disease is never a disease of the individual part. Diabetes is not a disease of blood sugar, osteoporosis is not a disease of calcium and heart disease is NOT a disease of cholesterol. A disease is caused not by the breakdown of the part itself, but interference in the instructions to that part, a disruption in the unity of the whole.
The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates wrote: “Nature heals. The doctor’s task consists in strengthening the natural healing powers, to direct them, and especially not to interfere with them.” It is much more important to know what sort of a patient has a disease than what sort of a disease a patient has.
No matter what point you are in your journey as you live with diabetes or other chronic disease, you need to know that there is always hope.