New Delhi: With an utmost commitment towards delivering the best medical services, AMRI Hospitals, Bhubaneshwar, has always been at the forefront of healthcare delivery. IN keeping with its history of organizing various events, the hospital held several healthcare campaigns even in February.
Starting off the month with the launch of a unique initiative named URJA, AMRI Hospitals, Bhubaneswar, and the Asian Cancer Institute, came forward to support cancer patients and survivors across all its units on World Cancer Day, February 4.
The hospital emphasized on the importance of timely detection and treatment for saving lives, making the world a better place for cancer victims.
The URJA initiative is aimed at supporting patients in understanding the Cancer type, treatment and improving the quality of life. It also helps in coping with the side effects and managing the stress of patients and their family members.
At AMRI Hospital-Dhakuria, in Kolkata, on the occasion of World Cancer Day, National Award winning actress Indrani Halder visited and interacted with patients and doctors. The hospital also organized a Health Talk by Dr Suvodip Chakroborty at IndusInd Bank in association with the insurance company, Religare.
Addressing the severity and causes of the increasing number of cases of ENT disorders, AMRI Hospitals, Mukundapur organized Phonocon, a three-day conference on most advanced ENT procedures from 1st-3rd February at The Gateway Hotel, Kolkata.
AMRI Hospitals Group further organized a Health Check-up Camp at Standard Chartered Bank on February 4. It also participated at IOCL Pipeline Division on February 5 as the Healthcare Partner. This was followed by a health check-up camp and Dental Screening at Central Bank, Industry House, the Indian Overseas Bank, Salt Lake, on February 7, along with VIP industries Ltd, Kolkata, on February 11.
The hospital was also the official Health Partners for AIFF 4 Women's Gold Cup 2019. The BLS training at ACP traffic office, Bhubaneswar organized by AMRI Hospitals witnessed a huge response. It distributed certificates to each trainee, along with 54 First Aid box at all traffic signal post.
Taking charge of people’s health and wellbeing, AMRI Hospitals organized a free health check-up camp at Hyland Software Solutions India LLP on February 11 and at Rajarbag, Dhaka from February 18 to 20.
Focusing on getting people on board with early diagnosis, AMRI Hospitals, Bhubaneswar offered special Screening Packages Starting 1990 onwards. It organised a walk for awareness on 17 February, at Rabindra Sarovar, CRC Gate.
A Health Awareness Walkathon programme was also organised by AMRI Hospitals with the cast and crew of Bengali film, Barof on February 17, at Rabindra Sarobar Lake. Collaborating with Bangladesh Police at CPH, Dhaka, the hospital organised a free medical camp for the patients on February 18.
Committed to ensure top-notch and comprehensive care facilities for women, AMRI Hospitals came up with an awareness program for women on IVF (In vitro fertilisation) and its impact on life in today's world, by Dr Kaushiki Ray Sarkar on February 18. This was followed by health check-up camp at George Telegraph Institute, Sealdah branch, which was organised by AMRI Hospital, Dhakuria.
Organizing an exclusive Cancer screening camp for NTPC Kaniha, the hospital held a community health talk for NTPC employees and the dependants as well.
The month ended on a high note with AMRI Hospitals setting out for AMRICON 2019, the group’s flagship annual medical conference, where veteran medical professionals from across the country met to discuss and learn about recent medical breakthroughs and advances.
As an exclusive healthcare service for the NRIs, AMRI Hospitals introduced an exclusive NRI Special Privilege Health Card, designed to offer unmatched healthcare services at affordable costs For NRIs and their next of kin living in India.
The Card assures you special services like deluxe cabin bookings, priority appointment booking with top specialists, special discounts and much more. Adding to the benefits of the NRI Special Privilege Health Card, the hospital also offers a full body health check-up for their parents, at an exclusive discount of 25%.
A significant surgical victory of implanting the first ever Nano pacemaker was also achieved by AMRI Hospitals in the same month. Marking the month of many achievements and successful events, the hospital got NABH accreditation for Emergency Department, setting the record for the first time in Eastern India.
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