Provide healthcare support to residents of local villages of Dholka Taluka in Ahmedabad
Cadila Pharmaceuticals, as a part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative, and Kaka-Ba Hospital, run by Kaka-Ba and Kala-Budh Public Charitable Trust, recently organised a free medical check-up and treatment camp to provide healthcare support to residents of local villages. The medical camp was organised at Sheth Shri D K Shah High School, Transad village of Dholka Taluka in Ahmedabad. More than 1000 people from Transad and nearby villages like Pisawada, Bhetawada, Virdi and Ingoli were benefitted from this noble initiative.
A team of 20 doctors including gynaecologists, ophthalmologists, orthopaedics, dermatologists, paediatricians, ENT specialists, gastroenterologists, general surgeons and 15 paramedical staff from Kaka-Ba Hospital rendered their services in the camp. Patients underwent health checkups by a team of specialist doctors and were given consultations and medicine free of cost.
More than 100 patients have been identified for further treatment related to cataract, gynaecology, orthopaedic, urology etc. They will be treated at the Kaka-Ba hospital free of cost in phased manner over the next three months.
Dr Rajiv Modi, Chairman and Managing Director, Cadila Pharmaceuticals said “Cadila Pharmaceuticals is committed towards inclusive and sustainable growth. Under the aegis of Kaka-Ba and Kala-Budh Public Charitable Trust, we use a holistic model of development and undertake a number of CSR activities in the larger interest of the community, especially in the area of health, education, women empowerment and childcare, apart from supporting a few other not for profit efforts. Cadila Pharmaceuticals will continue to support more such CSR initiatives.”