One of the leading private healthcare service providers in Eastern India, AMRI Hospitals-Bhubaneswar is well-known for launching various campaigns through different mediums to raise awareness and educate people about diseases and benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle. It also comes up with various health programmes, and organizes camps on various health issues to extend top-notch healthcare services to the people of Bhubaneswar and rest of Odisha in a cost-effective manner. This month, AMRI Hospitals Bhubaneswar came up with various campaigns and programmes to continue their efforts towards serving the community. The most recent campaign launched by the hospital aims at spreading awareness on World No Tobacco Day, by offering consultation with specialists and free PFT (pulmonary function test) at a great discount.A social media campaign has also been launched to raise awareness about the harmful and deadly effects of using tobacco. By discouraging the use of tobacco, the campaign aims at extending support to people who are willing to giveup the addiction for a tobacco-free world.Apart from this, AMRI Hospitals-Bhubaneswar recently organized a medical camp in collaboration with leading educational institute, IIT–Bhubaneswar, to support collective community welfare. The camp was organized at the institute campus, in collaboration with the medical unit of IIT-Bhubaneswar, headed by Dr M.A. Khan.
The medical camp was led by AMRI Hospitals’ panel of medical experts, including senior ophthalmologists, cardiologists, medical specialists and gynaecologists. It was fully equipped to provide a series of generic health treatments and tests, such as blood sugar, ECG (on doctor’s advice), pulmonary function test (PFD), eye checkup, etc.
On the other hand, AMRI Hospitals-Bhubaneswar continued with its effort to stand by the people and community by serving people at the time of disaster. The staff of AMRI Hospitals distributed glucose water and offered first-aid services to all government personnel from the disaster and relief management departments, along with to civilians who jined hands to help in rescue and restoration work, after Cyclone Fani ravaged Bhubaneswar and its surroundings.The hospital also launched social media campaigns before and after Cyclone Fani hit Bhubaneswar to spread awareness about dangers associated with such a calamity. The hospital also extended support to affected people throughout the course of the disaster and afterwards.In its attempt to promote community well-being, AMRI Hospitals-Bhubaneswar also organized a health screening camp at Dhenkanal. The camp gathered a large number of people, who availed the opportunity to access their overall health,for free.Extending the reach of its healthcare services, AMRI Hospitals-Bhubaneswar has been committed to servingthe community. The hospital has helped thousands of people seek medical treatment and lead a healthy life. Having impacted a number of lives, the hospital aims at continuing the good work in coming years.