OCHRI organizes onsite health camp for Nagpur University employees

Orange City Hospital & Research Institute owned by Ravi Nair Hospitals
Private Limited boasts of more than 150 doctors serving needy central
Indians through 60 departments and 30 clinics. OCHRI is also NABH accredited
& ISO certified hospital. OCHRI’s working trendsetter model wherein the
profits are reinvested back to society through various socio-charitable
undertakings have been applauded and studied by many management schools.

As part of their ongoing social activities to commemorate their silver
jubilee; a free health camp by OCHRI in association with Rashtrasant Tukdoji
Maharaj Nagpur University was recently held for the benefit of all Nagpur
university officials at Health Center, Ambedkar Law College, Nagpur.

Dr. Rajashree Kapkar, MD (Medicine)- OCHRI Physician and Dr. Noorul
Ameen-OCHRI Medical Superintendent from Team OCHRI rendered their expertise
during this free general Health Camp. Blood Pressure, health counselling and
Free Blood Sugar checkup was also done.

Earlier camp was inaugurated by Hon’ble Dr. Subhash Chaudhary- Vice
Chancellor, RSTM Nagpur University. He also felicitated TEAM OCHRI and
thanked them for this altruistic social gesture. Prof. Sanjay Dudhe- Pro
Vice Chancellor also visited and interacted with medical team.

On this occasion Dr. Rajashri Kapkar said that “Usually, high blood pressure
has no symptoms. Your doctor will probably measure it at every visit but you
may need to check it at home, too. Likewise, complications of diabetes
include multi organ involvement like eye, nerves and kidney. Most people
with diabetes will eventually have high blood pressure, along with other
heart and circulation problems. Hence periodic blood pressure and blood
sugar checkup should be done by all 40+ individuals, she further added.

Large number of employees of Nagpur University availed the benefit of this
camp. Dr. Saroj Shamkunwar – RTMNU Health Officer thanked OCHRI management
and Dr. Anup Marar- Director OCHRI for this social gesture. Dr. Noorul
Ameen- OCHRI Medical Superintendent and Sr. Rashika Diwe assisted Dr.
Rajashree Kapkar for success of this camp.