Committed to

the Community


As the torchbearer of an illustrious legacy and a passionate changemaker at heart, in words and in actions, Dr. Asmita Jagtap Kadam leads the Bharati Vidyapeeth, Medical Foundation & Hospital, Health Sciences. A philanthropist, a people’s person, and a caregiver at heart and by profession, Dr. Asmita Jagtap Kadam is an Honorary Member of Bharati University and President of Rotary Club, Saswad.

  • Bharati Vidyapeeth
    Medical Foundation
  • Rotary
  • Women
  • Rural
  • Community
  • Addiction
    Free Society

Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Foundation

Executive Director Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Foundation in which seven hospitals working for affordable healthcare for all including Dental, Ayurveda and Homeopathy.

Rotary Club

Eminent member of Rotary Club of Purandar in which we work for sustainable village development in Purandar Taluka.

Women Empowerment

We respect the power of feminism and need of women empowerment for society.

At Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical Foundation in order to contribute our bit we have achieved 80% women employees.

Rural Healthcare

Rural healthcare is still underrated so we have initiated Mobile Clinics in Pune district rural area Allopathy as well as Homeopathic.

Community Education

We understand the importance of doctor’s continues education so as to render best and newly invented healthcare knowledge to the society.

Addiction Free Society

Nicotine addiction is harmful for family as well as for the society at large. As a Psychiatrist I understand the importance of psychological counseling and medication required for nicotine de-addiction. So we have started Nicotine De-Addiction Clinic in our psychiatric OPD.

Inspiration Reads

An avid reader and book lover, Dr. Asmita spends her time consuming the vast wealth of knowledge concealed in books, new and old.  She believes that a book unread is a world unexplored. Dr. Asmita recommends reading to one and all.

There are no heart attack prevention helplines. There are no Stroke or Paralysis prevention helplines. If one has chest pain, the message is rush to an Emergency Hospital or Consult a Cardiologist as soon as possible. So it is with SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, INTENT, PLANS OR ATTEMPTS. Suicidal thoughts are a …