Cardio and pain management health camp organized at DLF Gardencity

Gurgaon: DLF New Town Heights Condominium Association organized a free cardio and pain managementcamp today. The one-day camp was held incollaboration with Artemis Hospital at New Town Heights- Sector 86, 90 and 91 in Gurgaon.

The camp offered a plethora of free diagnostics such as ECG, lipid profile, blood pressure, blood sugar and BMI.

Over 80 residents participated in the camp which was conducted under the guidance of Dr.(Col.)Monik Mehta, Senior Consultant-Cardiology, Artemis Hospital and Dr. Ashu Kumar Jain, Head- Pain Medicine and Palliative Care, Artemis Hospital.

“It is very important to maintain good health despite hectic schedule. These camps are useful in keeping us updated about our health status and also allow us to adopt a healthy lifestyle in consultation with medical experts,” said Mr. Deepak Aggarwal, a resident of DLF Gardencity.

“It was a breather for those suffering from cardiac problems and various types of aches. Camps like this help in educating about diseases and their prevention,” said Mr. Saurabh Bhutani, a resident of DLF Gardencity.

“The initiative was part of our small effort towards the health and well-being of DLF Gardencity residents. I would like to thank Artemis Hospital and their team for their support in making the camp a success,” said Brig. (Retd.) A. D. Kaushal, (President) DLF New Town Heights- Sector 86 Condominium Association.

Haryana Govt

Gram Panhayats to be honoured by Haryana Govt for 100% enrollment of children in schools

Gurugram: The Haryana Government has decided to honour those Gram Panchayats in the state which ensure enrollment of all children in the village in government schools. State Education Minister, Ram Bilas Sharma announced this today. He also expressed appreciation for the decision of Gram Panchayat Bhainswal to enroll every children of the village in government schools instead of private schools.