We are delighted to share the success of another impactful event organized by Dr. Shovan Kumar Rath of Health Village Hospital and Pain free odisha in collaboration with the Adarsha Arogya Seva Samiti of Banpur, Orissa, India. Recently, a free health check-up and medicine distribution camp was conducted at “Damia Barabara,” a remote village in the Banpur area. The camp aimed to provide essential healthcare services to the underprivileged and disadvantaged individuals who often lack access to specialized medical facilities.
We were honored to have the presence of Sri Gopinath Moharana, the Vice President of Khurda Zila Parishad, who graciously presided over the camp. With the support of dedicated volunteers and the collaboration between Health Village Hospital and Adarsha Arogya Seva Samiti, this event was able to make a significant difference in the lives of the local community.
A total of 78 individuals, belonging to the economically weaker sections of society, were provided with medical treatment during the camp. These individuals, who usually face barriers in accessing superspecialty health services, received much-needed care and attention from our compassionate medical professionals. In addition to the health check-ups, free medicines were distributed to ensure that the patients could continue their treatment beyond the camp.
This event also marked a special milestone as we celebrated the completion of one year of such impactful social camps organized by the Adarsha Arogya Seva Sadan and Health Village Hospital. As a token of gratitude and appreciation, all the dignitaries and social workers who have been instrumental in the success of these camps were felicitated during the event.
At Pain Free Odishal, we strongly believe that healthcare should be accessible to all, regardless of their socio-economic background or geographical location. Mission Pain Free Odisha is our commitment to reach out to the marginalized communities and provide them with the care they deserve. By organizing free health camps in remote areas like Damia Barabara, we aim to bridge the gap and bring quality medical services to those who need them the most.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to all the volunteers, medical professionals, and supporters who have contributed their time, expertise, and resources to make Mission Pain Free Odisha a resounding success. Together, we are making a positive impact and improving the lives of individuals in need.
We look forward to continuing our mission and expanding our reach to more remote villages in the future. With the support of individuals and organizations who share our vision, we can build a healthier and more inclusive society for all.