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Nayati multi super specialty hospital organises free gynecology health checkup for women

Nayati multi super specialty hospital organises free gynecology health checkup  for women

Mathura: Nayati multi super specialty hospital organised a free health checkup camp for women to mark International Women’s day. The checkup includes, free consultation by the gynaecologist, free HB and Random Blood Sugar (RBS) test. In addition, the hospital will offer a special 50% discount to all women on Ultrasound. The camp will be operational from 9 am – 3 pm.

Talking about the special initiative Nayati Healthcare Chairperson Niira Radia said “We have launched a special initiative “Dharini” for the welfare of Women’s health. To raise health awareness and highlight the importance of regular health check-ups, we are organizing a free Gynecology Health Check-up and special discounts on certain investigative tests for women under this special initiative Dharini. Through this initiative we intend to increase awareness about women health issues that usually remain the last in the list of priorities in a family. A Woman with a healthy mind and body can nurture a healthy and fit family. A Woman is responsible for the health condition of her entire family therefore the first in her to do list should be to look after and nourish her own health. ”

Dr. Varna Rao, Head of the Department Obstetrics & Gynaecology stated “Anemia continues to be a major public health problem worldwide particularly among females and more so among females of reproductive age and Uttar Pradesh is no different. The Maternal Mortality Rate in Uttar Pradesh is one of the highest. It is imperative that all women take charge of their health. Women must focus on the health of their mind and body in terms of healthy eating and adequate exercising”.

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