SRCC Children’s Hospital to organize a Free Super-Specialty Health Camp for children: From 10th to 15th July 2017

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Mumbai, 5th July 2017: SRCC Children’s Hospital, Haji Ali Park, managed by Narayana Health, which recently began its operations will organise a free super-specialty consultation camp for children and adolescents upto 18 years of age from 10th to 15th July between 10 am to 5 pm. Paediatric Super-Specialists in heart, nerves & brain, bone & spine, cancer, stomach & liver will be available during the five day Camp.

 

Criticalities like cardiac or cancerous disorders which are life threatening are generally detected at the last stage as they are not detected in a routine health check-up. Few ailments such as breathing disorders and Thalassemia are inherited by children from their birth. Super specialty camps become vital for such children, as these disorders can be detected in their early stages and can be treated well in advance before they become chronic in nature.

 

Dr. Purna Kurkure, Medical Director, SRCC Children’s Hospital, said “Child is not a miniature adult, complex diseases requiring care has been traditionally managed by super specialists dealing with adults.  While super specialists with basic training in paediatrics handle children with a holistic approach and in a child friendly manner, are very few and work in isolation all over Mumbai metropolitan region. SRCC Children’s Hospital brings together this expertise under one umbrella to provide much needed care in a state-of-the-art facility. The camp is organised to create awareness and enable children requiring such special care in the fold of paediatric super specialists.”

 

Parents interested in availing this facility may call 186 0208 0208, as pre-registration is mandatory.

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SRCC Children’s Hospital, managed by Narayana Health, is a multi-speciality hospital exclusively for children. Of the 207 beds currently operational, 87 have been allocated for Multispecialty Critical Care covering new-borns to adolescents. It has taken critical care to a higher level with the concept of Level IV care where a qualified team of Paediatric Intensivists will be able to provide Emergency Life Support (ELS) for children with failure of their vital organs including heart, lungs and kidneys. Also available are a team of specialists in Cardiac sciences, Neurosciences, Hematology- Oncology, infectious diseases, Endocrinology, Orthopaedics, ENT, Gastroenterology, diagnostics services and nephrology amongst others.

 

About Narayana Health:

 

With all super-speciality tertiary care facilities that the medical world offers, Narayana Health is a one-stop healthcare destination for all. Founded by Dr. Devi Shetty and headquartered in Bengaluru, Narayana Health group is the second largest health care provider in the country in terms of operational bed count. The first facility was established with approximately 225 operational beds in year 2000 at NH Health City in Bengaluru.  The Company today operates a chain of multispeciality tertiary and primary healthcare facilities across a network of 24 hospitals and 7 heart centres in India and single hospital overseas at Cayman Islands with over 5,600 operational beds across all its centres and potential to reach a capacity of over 6,900 beds (For details, visit www.narayanahealth.org)

About Society for Rehabilitation of Crippled Children (SRCC): SRCC is a not-for-profit organization with the objective of making a difference to child healthcare in India. It was established in 1948 to start Children’s Orthopaedic Hospital to assist children affected by polio. So far, SRCC has provided healthcare benefits to 100,000 children. Mr. S Ramadorai (Padma Bhushan recipient) is the Chairman of SRCC – he is Advisor to the Prime Minister, National Council on Skill Development; Chairman of several Institutions and Companies; and is Commander of the Order of the British Empire.

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