‘Nishulk Swasthya Shivir’, one day General Health check-up camp was organized by Vijay Vihar Branch in Delhi on 31st January 2016 from12pm to 3pm at the premises of Twinkle Star Public School, Rithala, Delhi to cater the health needs of people residing in the nearby communities. The camp was inaugurated by lightening lamp by chief guests - Sh. Mahinder Goyal MLA of Vijay vihar; Counsellor Sh. Surender Solanki with his wife Smt. Pushpa Solanki and BJP District minister of Vijay vihar- Sh. Sushil Kaushik. They all appreciated the efforts of DJJS for its social welfare initiatives and assured to extend their support in further interventions by Sansthan.
Through this camp, curative services were rendered to 230 patients (100 men, 100 women, 30 children) by a panel of Gynaecologist (Dr. Kaussar Jahan), Orthopedician (Dr. Raman Jain) and General Physician (Dr. Iqbal Khan) along with paramedical staff for BP check-up and medicines distribution. Most of the cases pertained to respiratory and skin infection, joint problems, anaemia, stomach problems, injuries, allergy, and gastric issues. Women who turned up to camp, mostly suffered from pain in lower back, in lower limbs and some common feminine diseases were also identified during the diagnosis. Along with free consultation and diagnosis, facilities like Quantum Body Analyser machine for health status were also provided. Quantum Body Analyser machine detects the condition of a person’s health without blood analysis or radiography. Simply by holding the sensor in your palm, health data will be collected within minutes from various body systems. This advanced electronic system collects the weak magnetic field of human cells for scientific analysis and compares each organ with the referenced database, thereby analysing and determining a person's health status and main problems and putting forward standard prevention recommendations.
The health camp was a huge success with overwhelming response from the local people. All patients felt satisfied and pleased with the treatment facilities and availability of FREE medicines. The camp was indeed a huge success in terms of management, services and cordiality.