Maha Arogya Shibir was conducted by Pawana Hospital in association with Shri. Laxman Bhau Jagtap(MLA PCMC) which proved to be a boon for more than 25000 patients all over Maharashtra.Pawana Hospital had participated with comprehensive team of Doctors, Nurses, Paramedical Staff
This was a pioneering camp where Pawana Hospital screened more than 5000 cardiac patients by renowned cardiologist Dr. Rajiv Sethi and Physician Dr. Mahesh Jadhav, identified patients with ischemic heart disease and performed 40 angiographies free of cost. Out of this we performed 20 angioplasties and 6 coronary Bypass surgeries at zero cost under RGJAY Scheme . Hospital also identified patients with Prostatomegaly (BPH) and Spine disc prolapse which were surgically treated.Another feather in the crown of this camp success was that more than 600 hearing aids were distributed to patients of hearing loss. Shri. Laxman Bhau Jagtap(MLA PCMC) was pleased after his visit to the patients in Pawana Hospital On 21st Feb 2016 and congratulated Hospital for its efforts
CARDIAC SCREENING CAMP – SATARA DATED 20.11.2014-23.11.2014
It has been observed that Indians have more risk of cardiac trouble than rest of the world. Urban population is well supported by medical facilities however suburban common man is still deprived. Pawana Hospital arranged a cardiac screening camp for Satara residents where 800 patients were screened free-of-cost, 80 Angiography
PEDIATRIC CAMP- PAWANA NAGAR,DATED 09.01.2015
We help to keep our new generation healthy and active. Pawana Hospital arranged a health check up camp on 9th Jan 2015 for students of Pawana Nagar where more than 500 students were benefited.
AUDIOMETRY CAMP, LONAVALA DATED 20.03.2015
To improve the quality of life of senior citizens residing at micro interiors of Maval District, Pawana Hospital conducted an Audiometry Camp on 20th March 2015 at Nagar Parishad Hospital – Lonavala. More than 100 patients visited camp and were benefited.
AUDIOMETRY CAMP – TALEGAON, DATED 27.03.2015
For senior citizens and patients with hearing trouble, Pawana Hospital conducted a Camp at Talegaon PHC on 27th March 2015 which was appreciated by the local people and more than 50 patients got benefited.
CARDIAC SCREENING CAMP AT WADGAON DATED 25.02.2015
Continuing with the theme of this month, we did one more cardiac screening camp at Wadgaon Maval on 25th Feb 2015. This camp was absolutely free and got decent response.
PEDIATRIC CAMP- ST. ANN’S SCHOOL,TALEGAON DATED 02.06.2015
Healthy kids will build leading nation, inspired from this philosophy, we arranged one more health check-up camp on 2nd June 2015 at St. Ann’s School located at Talegaon. Almost 800 kids were benefited from the same.
HEALTH CHECK UP CAMP-DEHUROAD
General health check-up camp was organized for Pandharpur Varkari / pilgrims. Our corporate social department arranges a camp every year on this occasion showing our support and respect towards humanity and equality.
CARDIAC SCREENING CAMP-PANDHARPUR DATED 06.01.2015 TO 19.01.2015
Our CSR wing started their activity calendar of this year from the holy n sacred place Vittal Hospital ,Pandharpur. Cardiac screening camp which got a huge response wherein more than 900 patients were benefited. Needy patients were offered Angiography and Angioplasty at much discounted rate.
Various eminent speakers and consultants shared their knowledge on various clinical topics which included 1. Vertigo and its neurological implications by Dr. Mahabal Shah (Neurologist) 2.Advances in Knee Joint Replacement by Dr. Pradeep Ingale (Joint Replacement Surgeon) 3.Acute Coronary Syndromes by Dr. Rajiv Sethi (Interventional Cardiologist)
Mrs. Revati Mani (COO Pawana Hospital) anchored the CME, while Dr. Pratik Wadhokar gave the introductory welcome note which was followed by talks by our eminent speakers. More than 100 doctors and consultants from various areas and various medical disciplines attended the CME . The CME proved to be a grand success due to active participation of doctors and valuable updates from the speakers. Dr. Varsha Wadhokar (Executive Director Pawana Hospital) gave the vote of thanks which concluded the CME.