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DKSH provides medical aid to community children in India February 28, 2019


			
				DKSH provides medical aid to community children in India

DKSH and Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach, a Public Charitable Trust, are partnering with Brahmakumari’s BSES Municipal General Hospital in Mumbai to carry out pediatric orthopedic surgeries to support the community children in India.

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DKSH provides medical aid to community children in India

DKSH and Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach, a Public Charitable Trust, are partnering with Brahmakumari’s BSES Municipal General Hospital in Mumbai to carry out pediatric orthopedic surgeries to support the community children in India.

Mumbai, India, February 28, 2019 – DKSH has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for 2019 to support the social activities of Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach (RCBJB), a Public Charitable Trust, registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act of 1950.

 

Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach in partnership with Brahmakumari’s BSES Municipal General Hospital carries out pediatric orthopedic screenings and assessment camps for children with cerebral palsy and childhood deformities. Following the camp, RCBJB along with Dr. Atul Bhaskar, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon at Brahmakumari’s BSES Municipal General Hospital, will collate all the patients’ data and work out the cause of treatment for each patient.

 

DKSH is partnering with Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach to support their project for offering pediatric orthopedic corrective surgeries at Brahmakumari’s BSES Municipal General Hospital in Mumbai. Since January 2019, Dr. Atul Bhaskar has successfully performed six corrective surgeries at BSES Municipal General Hospital with full support by the Hospital management.

 

Ketan Ajmera, President, Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach commented: “Management of Cerebral Palsy and Childhood Deformities is extremely challenging for doctors and caregivers. Turning disabilities to abilities is the ultimate goal for Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach. We are extremely excited about this project that we are able to realize thanks to our partnership with DKSH, the support of Dr. Atul Bhaskar as well as the management of BSES Municipal Hospital.”

 

Atul Nagarkar, Managing Director, DKSH India, stated: “We are very pleased to have collaborated with Rotary Club of Bombay Juhu Beach on this important project. A strong commitment to the local communities we operate in has always been an integral part of DKSH’s business. We are a trusted collaborator, making sure we leave a positive impact on and support the well-being of every community we have operations with.”