Saturday, 15 July 2017

Chandigarh Police Holds Free Multispecialty Health Camp in Association with Max Hospital

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Chandigarh 15th July:- Chandigarh Police in association with Max Super Specialty Hospital, Mohali today organized a free multispecialty health camp at Police Station, Sector 17, Chandigarh Central. Around 320 Police Personnel and their family members attended the camp.  A team of doctors comprising of Dr.Ranjit Singh (Internal Medicine), Dr.Satbir Singh (Ortho), Dr. Aastha (Dietetics) and Dr Krutika (Gynae)   addressed the healthcare needs of all present in camp. Free tests including Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar and ECG (On recommendation), Bone Mineral Density were also offered during camp.  Sh. Ram Gopal, DSP/Central was the main coordinator of the camp.

Alok Kumar DIG-Chandigarh and Eish Singhal, SSP-Chandigarh also visited the camp in Police Station-17 to grace the occasion. 

Ram Gopal , DSP Central said that  we are thankful to the Max Hospital Team for their focus on medical and service excellence. Max Super Specialty Hospital, Mohali has worked towards delivering unwavering patient care. We feel that it is important for people to commit themselves to a healthier future comprising of a comprehensive health check-up on a regular basis. With this objective, Max team of expert doctors has come together to counsel our people for their gynaecological, Orthopaedic and bone related problems.

Speaking on the occasion, Sandeep Dogra, Senior Vice President and Zonal Head, Max Hospitals Punjab said that Max Hospital Mohali is committed towards making specialized healthcare services accessible to all sections of society. Through this free medical camp, our endeavour is to address the health concerns of the police personals and their family who are often neglected due to busy schedules. In line with the Max Group philosophy of 'Seva-bhav', we have taken up the initiative to provide free consultation & investigations and are happy that this initiative will benefit them."

During medical checkup total 320 Police Personnel and their family members have attended the camp and  the examination of  Blood Pressure, Weight, Random Blood Sugar, ECG, Bone Mineral Density and consultation for Internal Medicine, Orthopedics, Dietetics and Gynecology have been conducted by the team of doctors.