India is a vast country with a population of over 1.3 billion people spread over different geographical regions.
Due to huge regional inequalities in access to healthcare services, people in rural and remote areas frequently have limited access to high-quality healthcare.
Keeping this in mind, DJJS Aarogya organizes free of charge, a number of pan-India OPDs each month, to aid in enhancing healthcare service accessibility, especially for the underserved.
Through these OPDs, DJJS Arogya seeks to promote holistic health and wellness by fusing conventional Indian wisdom with cutting-edge medical techniques.
Continuing its efforts to address the gap in healthcare services in the country, DDJS Aarogya 135 OPDs in Delhi and Punjab and serviced 2,585 patients in the month of Feb’23.
The details are as follows:
- Ayurveda OPD, Delhi– 169 Patients diagnosed and treated
- Dental OPD, Delhi– 130 Patients diagnosed and treated
- ENT Services, Delhi- 30 Patients diagnosed and treated
- Ayurveda OPD, Punjab– 1,732 Patients diagnosed and treated
- Homeopathy OPD, Nurmahal, Punjab– 487 Patients diagnosed and treated
- Dental OPD, Nurmahal, Punjab– 37 Patients diagnosed and treated
Branches participated during the month of February 2023:
- Divya Dham, Delhi
- Batala, Punjab
- DMK, Punjab
- Kotkapura, Punjab
- Ludhiana, Punjab
- Patiala, Punjab
- Sunam, Punjab
- Amritsar, Punjab
- Bathinda, Punjab
- Jalandhar, Punjab
- Kapurthala, Punjab
- Mukstar, Punjab
- Tarn Taran, Punjab
At these branches various specialists like Dr. Kripal, Vaidya Jai Prakash, Dr. Harpreet Singh, Dr. Rajkumar Garg, Dr. Jaspreet Bharti, Dr. Ravinder, Dr. Bharatbhai Prajapti, Dr. Omshree Singh, Dr. Pradeep Kumar Yadav, Dr. Sandeep Sharma. Dr. Shryea Sharma, Dr. Anubhav Tyagi provided consultations & treatment to the patients.
All the patients received expert diagnosis and advice. Health issues like oral and dental problems, joint pain, stomach infections, skin allergy, body pain, hypertension, fatty liver, cough, back pain, flatulence, obesity, and skin diseases were primarily identified among the patients.
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