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On August 6th, Pune will witness a massive stride in community healthcare with a grand event named 'Maha Arogya Shibir'.
Set to take place at the Agriculture College ground in Shivajinagar, this medical camp emphasizes not only the free medical treatment but also aims to provide modern healthcare facilities for the citizens.
A glimpse into the mission
It’s a mission, a calling, an aspiration to serve the community. The medical camp’s goal is to reach the unreached, provide healthcare support to those who cannot afford it, and make specialized medical services accessible to everyone.
The grand initiative
The Pune district administration organizes ‘Maha Arogya Shibir’ under the esteemed guidance of Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Rural Development Minister Girish Mahajan. This isn’t just a camp; it’s a collaboration of minds, hearts, and hands reaching out to make a difference.
Collaboration with top medical experts
Not just one or two, but 40 expert doctors from various specialties are set to participate. Names like Dr. Vakankar, Dr. Gautam Bhansali, Dr. Ramakant Deshpande, Dr. K. H. Sancheti, and Dr. Vikas Mahatme stand as testament to the camp’s quality.
Comprehensive medical services
Imagine walking into a place where all medical services are at your disposal – and for free! From specialized treatments and surgeries to essential medicines, 80 external medical units will be ready to serve.
The inauguration and call to citizens
The clock is ticking, and the inauguration by Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis at 9 am on 6th August is only a stepping stone to what will be an event of a lifetime.
It’s not just a call to the needy but a call to humanity. A call to participate, to share, to embrace, and to benefit from the camp’s services.