Dr. Mohammed Kaleemuddin Papa


R Mohammed Kaleemuddin Papa (Dr. Papa Jr.) is an emergency physician and disaster preparedness & mitigation trainer. He is a former Asst. Professor of Cardiac Care Unit at Sri Ramachandra Hospital, a tertiary care in India, and Former Registrar at the Barnet & Chase Farm Hospital, NHS Trust UK. He is a founder visionary of an unconventional 24/7 urgent care concept for India started in 2016, a model which provides exclusive urgent care/emergency services to students, residents and corporates. He is a Wilderness Activist pa. He is the Managing Director at HUMA Hospital established in 1987, and also Founder Managing Director of HUMA Urgent Care Centre. As Founder & Director General of Humanitarian Outreach Initiative Foundation which conducts training in Disaster Medicine & Disaster Management; the NGO is involved in hands-on training, real-time technical animal and human rescues during disaster situations.

Disaster Relief Work & Social Service

  • 1991 Polio Vaccination Drive through Rotary Club of Madras Southwest.
  • 2004 Tsunami Relief Food essentials and boats for fishermen folk families from Thiruvanmiyur to Nainar Kuppam Uthandi through Huma Cares currently HOI Foundation.
  • 2006 Horse Power Show - Fund Raiser for underprivileged girls conducted at YMCA Nandanam through Huma Cares currently HOI Foundation.
  • 2015 Chennai Floods Relief Over 50,000 food packets and medical relief camps for over 1000 individuals through HOI Foundation.
  • 2016 Vardah Cyclone Medical relief efforts through HOI Foundation.
  • Carnival Days for Cancer affected Children - Pediatric Wing of Adyar Cancer Institute.
  • 2020 - 2021 Covid Relief indigenously designed and scientifically created Disaster Relief Kits containing essential commodities for over 2000 families; from the Humanitarian Outreach Initiative Foundation. Free tele-medicine services for over 100 families during the peak of Covid Pandemic. Front-line medical services and treatment to Covid patients at Huma Hospital.
  • Annual Water Bowl Project through HOI Foundation hundreds of hand-made water bowls by local artisans and painted by the children of the fishermen folk with eco-friendly water based colours; to quench the thirst of street animals and birds; distributed to all places of worship, residences and office complexes.
  • Courses and training programs in Emergency & Disaster Medicine providing the most essential skills to the common man to save lives; first aid, first responder, survival and rescue.