A homoeopathy hospital in Ammoor, one of the villages in Tamil Nadu is famous for its treatment, related to reducing the clotting of blood. To avail of this treatment, a lot of patients from various parts of rural India visit this centre daily. This treatment is especially free for people under the income level of INR. 3000 per (approx. $60) month. These people are generally poor farmers or labourers who cannot afford costly treatment at other hospitals. People who visit are conversant with their mother tongue but may not know languages like English and Hindi. On weekends the hospital is overcrowded, and there is a continuous inflow of patients, sometimes up to 1000 patients in a day. The hospital authorities find it challenging to communicate with these patients as they speak different languages. Although the hospital authorities have found a solution by employing people who can speak various languages, however, the patients forget the instructions about the medicine once they reach their village. The hospital is asking for your design services in this regard.