The Lifeline Express or Jeevan Rekha Express is the world's first hospital train, run by the Impact India Foundation. Developed in collaboration with the Indian Railways and the health ministry, it was flagged off from V.T. Bombay (now Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus), Mumbai, Maharashtra on 16 July 1991. The train has three railway coaches converted into a hospital with a modern operating theatre. Every piece of equipment is anchored to the floor. It also has a diagnostic centre and a sterilization room, among other facilities. Three surgeries can be carried out simultaneously in its operating theatre.