Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula today organised a free health check-up camp for woman at Nada Sahib, Panchkula. The free health check up camp was conducted with the aim to spread awareness about women’s health. Expert doctors from Paras Bliss Hospital consulted and examined various women during the camp along with providing them free medicines and treatment consultations.
The health check-up camp saw active participation of numerous women during the day when Paras Bliss Hospital organsied a day long free health check-up camp for women at Nada Sahib, Panchkula.
The Health camp is headed by Dr. Rishi Mangat, Centre Head, Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula with support of a team of medical experts constituting gynaecologists, female nurses and pathologists.
During various sessions a team of expert Doctors urged women to understand the basic fact that development of women’s health is directly proportional to the development of the society. Women should be health conscious right from the time when their body undergoes the first biological change.
The health camp offered complete check-ups for pregnant women, which included checking their blood groups, haemoglobin levels and HIV tests, followed by a thorough physical examination and consultation by Dr.Shilva, Consultant Gynecologist, Paras Bliss Hospital, Panchkula. Also, patients received complimentary medicament such as iron and protein tablets, tonics and health supplements.
Dr. Rishi Mangat, Centre Head, Paras Bliss, Panchkula said, “Being a hospital devoted to mother & child care we aspire to promote women’s health and awareness. Hence, we thought of organizing the camp for women aid. They are the backbone of our society yet they end up neglecting their health. A woman who understands the smart and practical way to approach and promote a life time of good health lays the solid foundation for herself and her family’s overall wellbeing. So, with this day long camp we decided to create awareness among women at Nada Sahib today and motivate them to move towards better and disease prevention.”