Subararekha Port Organizes mega health camp
Subarnarekha Port hosted a health camp today at Dagra Panchayat Samiti office in Bliapal block of Balasore district as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility efforts. At the camp, more than 220 patients from Dagara panchayat villages, including 90 women and 40 senior people, received medical care.
On the occasion, Shri Deepak Kumar Das, Tahashildar and BDO, Baliapal, Shri Satyananada Mohanty, Sarpanch, Dagara, Shri Pramod Kumar, Head, Administration and Community Engagement, Subarnarekha Port, Shri Sanjay Das, Secretary, Balasore Lions Club, and other club members were present.
Dr Sameer Panda, Medicine Specialist from Basta, CHC, Dr Ranjan Kumar Nayak, Orthopaedic and Surgery Specialist, District Hospital, Balasore, Dr Benudhar Hui, O&G, Baliapal CHC, Dr Nimai Mishra, Dental Specialist, District Hospital, and Dr Priyadarsi Singh Samanta, Dr Arup Dey, Dr Sanjay Kumar Manik, Eye Specialists screened the patients and administered medications.
Subarnarekha Port – Health Camp
The district government has expressed its gratitude for Subarnarekha Port’s initiative, which provided treatment and medical guidance to a large number of people, including the elderly, pregnant women, and children. People frequently fail to visit the hospital for a health checkup, resulting in catastrophic consequences. However, because the screening facility is coming to their neighbourhood, health camps like this will address the issue in a large way.
The district government, the Lions Club, and the community are thanked for their support of the health camp. “We are overwhelmed with the turnout from the locals for the health camp in spite of the searing heat,” said Shri Prakash Singh, Executive Director of Subarnrekha Port. This is only one of the community’s many socioeconomic interventions in the works. “We are dedicated to doing our part to ensure the region’s inclusive growth,” he added.
Every month, Subarnarekha Port plans to hold more health camps in several villages near its proposed project in Baliapal so that local villagers can receive health treatment at their doorstep.
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