Gleneagles Global Hospitals organize a mega health camp to mark ‘World Health Day’
Hyderabad, April 7th, 2021: Gleneagles Global Hospitals, a leading multi-speciality healthcare provider, in association with Bright Welfare Association, Khairatabad organized a mega health camp in the city today. This free camp was organized to commemorate the ‘World Health Day’, an occasion celebrated each year to build a “healthier world”.
Venugopal Reddy, Assistant commissioner of police, Saifabad, from Khairatabad inaugurated the camp by planting a sapling, along with P Vijayareddy, Khairathabad Division Corporator Dr. Ashwini Amareshwar, Head medical services, Dr. G.Praveen kumar, Cardiologist, Dr. Y Rami Reddy, Gastro, Dr. Sriteja Reddy, Neuralogist, and Dr. Sridevi, General medicine.The occasion was followed by himself undergoing brief health checkup.
Speaking on the occasion, Venugopal Reddy, Assistant commissioner of police, Saifabad said, “These are difficult times for people in India and from around the world. Covid-19 pandemic and associated challenges indicated how important maintaining good health is, and neglecting it could prove draining physically, emotionally, and financially. This health camp will help enhance awareness among people on the importance of good health. We are happy people are participating in the camp with great enthusiasm.”
Another guest who was present, Khairatabad Division Corporator Mrs. P. Vijayareddy said, “This is a very difficult time for India as well as the world. The Covid-19 pandemic reminded everyone how to be vigilant with no regard for health. Indicated how important it is to maintain good health in such a critical time. Proved to be physically, mentally and financially damaging if one neglects health. It is in this context that the mega clinic organized under the auspices of Gleneagles Global Hospital helps to raise awareness among the people on the importance of good health. "
World Health Day is a priority even for the World Health Organization, which uses the occasion to create awareness of a specific health theme and to highlight a priority area of concern each year, since its inception at the First Health Assembly in 1948. The theme for World Health Day this year is to build a fairer and healthier world, because some people can live healthier lives and have better access to health services than others, entirely due to the conditions in which they are born, grow, live, work and age.