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Wednesday, June 07 2023

Inauguration of free health check-up camp at dharmastala

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Beltangady: The project to build a huge hospital with all facilities in the Medical College of Dharwad will be launched this April. Two to three crore rupees annually from the field for drug donation. will be provided. “Many people are getting treatment through Suraksha Yojana,” said Dr. Virendra Heggade, the priest of Dharmasthala.

He was speaking while inaugurating a free health check-up camp at Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwar Multi Specialty Hospital, Ujira on Tuesday.

“No one should be indifferent about health insurance. It provides adequate help in times of calamity. In recent years, the government has been giving more support to the common people in the matter of health. When rural people get sick, the diagnosis is delayed due to delay in getting treatment in hospitals. Nowadays, there are well-equipped hospitals with specialist doctors. If you go to the hospitals as soon as you get symptoms Diseases can be cured quickly with less cost,” he said.Yenepoya Medical College Vice Chancellor Dr. Vijayakumar said, “Diseases like cancer can be completely cured if they are detected in the first stage. But only 12% of patients can be cured as most of them consult a skilled doctor after reaching the last stage. Depending on the income limit, the cancer patients get Rs 2 to 5 lakh subsidy from various government schemes.” .
Moktesara Sarath Krishna Paduvetnaya, Hereditary Administrator of Ujire Sri Janardhana Temple, said that the SDM Hospital in Ujire has more facilities than the hospitals in the cities and is providing more benefits to many people in the environment.
SDM Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Devendra Kumar, Medical Officer Dr. Satvik Jain were present.MD Janardhana M. of the hospital. He welcomed and gave an introductory speech. Health and Communication Officer Hemavathi and Insurance Department Jagannath narrated the program. Usha congratulated.The MOU agreement agreement of Yenepoya and Ujire SDM Hospitals was handed over.


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