Prosthetic Limbs Donated
The Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang (Disabled) Hospital and Research Centre continues to make a significant impact in the lives of disabled individuals in Patna, Bihar, India. Recently, Rotary Pataliputra organized a camp at the hospital, providing much-needed assistance to those in need.
During the camp, micro-surgery and plaster were conducted on eleven children with deformed limbs, offering them a chance at a more fulfilling life. Additionally, four patients were generously donated prosthetic limbs, providing them with newfound mobility and independence.
The virtual inauguration of the camp, led by Mr Rajan Gandotra, the head of Rotary 3250, marked a significant milestone in the hospital’s journey towards creating a better future for disabled individuals. The commitment to service extended beyond the camp, with Rotary announcing its plan to serve through its 101 branches.
The warmth and hospitality of the hospital were evident as Mr Deshbandhu Gupta, Chairman of the Trust, warmly welcomed the guests. Vivek Mathurji introduced the Rotary members to the incredible services provided by the hospital. Dr S Jha, a pillar of the hospital, highlighted the valuable connection between the campaign and the development of Bihar.
Shri Vinod Chaudhary, President of Rotary Pataliputra, Secretary Mrs Sushma Ritolia, and Convenor Mr Naveen Gupta expressed their admiration for the hospital, referring to it as a “temple of service.” The presence of State President Shri Mohan Chaturvedi further emphasized the importance and impact of the hospital’s work.
The camp concluded with a sense of national pride, with the uplifting rendition of Vande Mataram and the national anthem. Mr Kamal Jain, Chairman of Rajasthan Bhavip, was greeted with a shawl and tilak, paying tribute to his contributions and support.
Join hands with The Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang (Disabled) Hospital and Research Centre, as we strive towards a brighter future for disabled individuals. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of these children and bring smiles to their faces. Support their vital work and be a part of their transformative journey.