Save hearts, enrich lives

SRCC Children’s Hospital launches a paediatric programme ‘Rakhsa Camp – Save the little Hearts’, an initiative to save and enrich lives of hundreds of children from across Maharashtra with aid from the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and TATA Trusts

Save hearts, enrich lives

SRCC Children’s hospital launches Raksha Camp – Save the Little hearts. The hospital is managed by Narayana Health. Hearts in association with Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and Tata Trusts. Today, screening began at 9:00 am. Children from Nashik, Palghar and Yatmal participated in Raksha Camp. Most children had cardiac ailments and need surgical interventions.

Mr Arunesh Punetha- Regional Director Narayana Health, said, “Under this unique programme, disadvantaged children from various parts of Maharashtra will be screened for free by paediatric healthcare specialists at regular intervals and treatment options will be provided whenever necessary”.

Save hearts, enrich lives

Amruta Fadnavis was the chief guest at the inauguration. Other dignitaries included Shri Madan Yerawar- Guardian Minister, Shri Shiv Kumar Dighe- Charity Commissioner, Mumbai, Shri Kumar Chaitanya- Head of Individual Grants-TATA Trust, Shri Omprakash Shete- OSD to Chief Minister, Chief CM’s Medical Assistance Cell,  Dr Purna Kurkure, Medical Director and Sr Consultant Oncology, Dr Soonu Udani, Director Critical Care, Mr Rupesh Choubey, Facility Director along with hospital staff were also present.