World Health Day 7th april observed by city hospitals

World Health Day observed by city hospitals (WHO)”

The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as other related organizations. … The Assembly decided to celebrate 7 April of each year, with effect from 1950, as the World Health Day. 

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April 7: GXRC Hospitals Observed the World Health Day today. reateraung Its commitment towards achieving,

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health for an as envisioned by the United Nations’ Sustainable Day.

• velopment Goals 2015. The theme for this year’s World Health Day being.

•Uni Health Coverage’. Dr Notnal Chandra Bordh, foundr- GNRC Hospitals.

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high- lighted its importance in a de- veloping country like India. He also revealed the eco- nomic and srxial impacts of the various free and discount- ed schemes provided by GNRC Hospitals.

World Health Day is 0bserved to increase awareness among general public about the need to adopt preventive healthcare measures in Older to Stay fit and healthy.

It is also a well known fact that healthy population is crucial for sus- tained economic growth Of a country.

Illness reduces effi- ciency Of an individual and good health increases the ductivity. Individuals must be made aware about the signifi.

• cance of adopting healthy life- style practices.

While awareness about healthcare services is important, at the same time, access to healthcare services should also be vided.

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he said 150rah added that in order toaddress the issues cu»rwerrr ingaccess to healthcare services in the North-east, GNRC had launched various free and discounted schemes for the benefits Of the people.

“Important tests like CT Scan, XRay. ECG and tests along 32 life-saving dnlgs are delivered free of cost un- der 24 hours Free Emergency Services, which was launched in July 2014. estimated value of these services ten. dered to scxiety by GNRC is over RS 3(Å) crore.”

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