Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Nar Sewa is Narayan Sewa. Service to the suffering person is equal to the service of God. Service to the sick person is paramount. The way in which arrangements have been made for investigation and treatment for all, including the poor, the underprivileged in the medical camp organized by Late Kailash Prasoon Sarang Foundation, is commendable. Chouhan was addressing a medical camp organized by Kailash Prasoon Sarang Foundation at Ashoka Garden, Bhopal.
Chouhan said that the camp has provided facilities for testing with state-of-the-art machines and treatment from specialist doctors of the country in their own city. This camp will prove to be effective in providing relief from the stress of costly treatment to the suffering persons. All necessary arrangements and public convenience have been taken care of in the camp. This camp is a unique example of micro planning. The cordial behavior of the experts and paramedical staff is commendable.
The Chief Minister met Dr Yugal Mishra, Heart Surgeon of Manipal Hospital New Delhi Dr. Amit Joshi of Tata Cancer Hospital, Mumbai Dr. Dilip Nikam, Cancer Specialist of Bombay Hospital, Mumbai Dr. Suyash Kulkarni, Radiologist of Tata Memorial Hospital Ashok Anand of JJ Hospital Mumbai, Dr. Srirang Bichu, Kidney Specialist from Bombay Hospital, Dr. Mohit Bhandari of Indore and Dr. Rakesh Taran, Cancer Specialist from Indore, etc who came to give their services in the camp.
Chouhan visited the camp for registration and admission center, pathology sample collection center, OPD, free medicine distribution center, stalls set up by Gandhi Medical College, stalls of Chirayu Medical College and Hospital Bhopal and Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Science Indore, sickle cell anemia test and counseling center and free medicine distribution center.