Honouring the Esteemed Social Service Heroes of Delhi
Today, a special camp for the differently abled was organized at The Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang Hospital and Research Center (for the disabled). In this camp, the hospital’s director, Deshbandhu Gupta, Padma Shri Bimal Jain, Managing Trustee Vivek Mathur, and special guests, Preeti Agrawal and Manju Sharma from Noida, Delhi, were present.
As a testament to our commitment to serving the community, The Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang Hospital held a special camp for the differently abled. Led by the hospital’s esteemed director, Deshbandhu Gupta, and joined by renowned individuals such as Padma Shri Bimal Jain, Managing Trustee Vivek Mathur, Preeti Agrawal, and Manju Sharma, this event showcased our dedication to improving the lives of those with disabilities.
Empowering Lives, Healing Hearts
At The Bharat Vikas Sanjay Anand Viklang Hospital and Research Center, we strive to provide exceptional healthcare services and empower lives. We extend a warm welcome to all who attended this momentous occasion and invite everyone to join us in our mission of creating a world where every individual can thrive and lead a fulfilling life. Together, we can make a difference. Donate now to help us continue empowering lives.
The camp, which adhered to strict COVID-19 protocols, provided essential services to empower individuals with disabilities. A total of 10 patients received surgical plaster, 5 patients were fitted with artificial limbs, and 7 patients received hearing aids. Through these interventions, we aim to enhance mobility, functionality, and overall well-being.
In recognition of their valuable contributions and unwavering support, Preeti Agrawal and Manju Sharma were honoured with shawls and a symbol of the hospital by the hospital management. Their presence, along with the esteemed Namrata Anand, chairperson of Didi Ji Foundation, and Vijay Yadav, added grace to the event. We are grateful for the collaboration of social workers from Patna and the selfless effort of volunteers who extended their assistance.
During the camp, we also prioritized the comfort and nourishment of our attendees. Biscuits, tea, and masks were distributed among the patients, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all.