Delhi BJP Chief Inaugurates Mobile Health Check-Up Clinic & NaMo Sewa Kendra at Goyal Hospital

IHL also launches one-of-its-kind digital wellness show ‘Wellness Matters by IHL Care’ in association with HEAL Foundation

Indeed, World Health Day (WHD) is a symbolic reminder of holistic health and wellness. On the auspicious occasion of World Health Day, Delhi BJP Chief, Mr Adesh Kumar Gupta inaugurated a first-of-its-kind mobile digital health check-up developed by India Health Link (IHL) and NaMo Sewa Kendra at Goyal Hospital & Urology Centre, Krishna Nagar, New Delhi.

After the inauguration of the Mobile Health Screening Kiosk/ATM, Mr Gupta got his vitals checked, and on getting the instant report, he was surprised and appreciated the compact technology of this Health screening ATM/Kiosk, which, at the spur of the moment screens 22 essential metabolic vitals and delivers its report within 5 minutes. Appreciating its uniqueness, he congratulated its developers and the brain behind it. His curiosity to know the entire mechanism of the compact health ATM installed in a van increased when he got his screening done with it and asked an array of questions on Body Mass Index (BMI), Bone Mineral Content (BMC), ECG and other essential vitals, which are screened by the health ATM and it can be helpful in preventive care.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Anil Goyal, Chairman, Goyal Hospital & Urology Centre said, “The mobile health check-up clinic installed in the van is a wonderful digital innovation, which helps in doing maximum screenings in minimum time. Along with our hospital, we will use this van to screen maximum people in the eastern parts of Delhi. We have a nominal screening charge of INR 200 for all the 22 essential vitals, which is very cost-effective. The aim behind the nominal screening charge is to benefit the lower strata of society as the majority of people are not screened due to the lack of accessibility and affordability. We have installed this health ATM (Kiosk) in the OPD of Goyal Hospital also so that people who are deprived of screening due to affordability issues might avail this preventive screening to resist the impending diseases and ensure wellness around them.”

Having witnessed the excitement amongst the masses for getting screened on the Health ATM/Kiosk Dr Satyender Goel, Founder & CEO, of India Health Link (IHL) said, “I am happy to see how people are excited about the easy health screening that the Health ATM/Kiosk provides. The aim behind developing this hPod/Kiosk/Health ATM is to provide preventive screening accessibility to every Indian above 18 years so that no India should be left unscreened for essential metabolic vitals. We plan to install the hPoD in tier-1,2,3 cities to reach out to the common masses. The running mobile Health ATM screening van is a step in that direction.”

On the occasion of World Health Day, considering the great need of providing the right kind of information for workplace wellness, a meticulously designed wellness show – Wellness Matters By IHL Care to be organised by India Health Link in association with HEAL Foundation has launched wherein wellness experts from across the spectrum participated and deliberated on the need of such initiative and assured to support this initiative because of the rising incidence of cardiac arrest and other metabolic disorders such as hypertension, diabetes and obesity.

Presenting the roadmap of Wellness Matters by IHL Care during the inaugural show, Dr Satyender Goel, Founder & CEO, India Health Link (IHL), said, “Aiming to serve the working people with one-stop virtual wellness training/counselling, we have launched ‘Wellness Matters by IHL Care’ show in association with HEAL Foundation in customized sessions. We aim to reach out to multi-million working people through this show to bring wellness to the workplace.”

The august inauguration of the ‘Wellness Matters by IHL Care’ show saw the participation of a galaxy of India’s top public health and wellness experts from across the healthcare spectrum. They lauded this sought-after initiative – ‘Wellness Matters’ for corporate workplace wellness and committed to supporting this to make it a grand success to bring wellness to society and the working people. Some of the distinguished dignitaries were: Prof Dr Amitav Banerjee, Professor & Head of Community Medicine, Dr DY Patil Medical College, Pune, Dr Chandrakant S Pandav, Padma Shri Awardee, Global Public Health Expert, President, ICCIDD. Dr Sunita Mishra, Dean, School of Home Sciences, BBAU, Lucknow, Prof. Mohit Gupta, Professor, Cardiology, GB Pant Hospital, Dr Sonia Lal Gupta, Director, Metro Group of Hospitals and Dr Sadiq Azam, Consultant Cardiologist, KIMS Hospital, Hyderabad.

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