Marwari Hospitals introduces two new schemes

It is expected that these new schemes will be helpful for the people of all age groups

Another good news for the city folks as the city based hospital, Marwari Hospitals introduces two new schemes for the benefit of the people from June 1, 2022. The schemes are namely 'HOME SAMPLE COLLECTION' and 'HOME CARE SERVICE'. The two new schemes were announced in a press conference held at Marwari Hospitals on 1st June  in presence of various media persons and other officials of Marwari Hospitals.
The press conference was presided by the General Secretary of Marwari Hospitals, Shri. R.S.Joshi . Along with the General Secretary, the other members present in the press conference from Marwari Hospitals were Director of Medical Services, Dr. J.P.Sarma and Hospitals Superindentent Mr. Rohit Upadhayay and Immediate Past President and Chairman of the Clinical Committee of Marwari Hospitals, Shri Sarat Kumar Jain.
The banner of the launch of the two schemes
Image: The banner of the launch of the two schemes
While addressing the press, Shri R.S.Joshi said, "We are starting these two new schemes for the sole benefit of the public at large. This has been a request from the public for a long time, so we planned to initiate it finally from today. We, Marwari Hospitals are a charitable trust, so we always keep the social aspect in our mind while initiating any scheme from time to time. With the introduction of the scheme, 'Free Sample Collection', our team from Marwari Hospitals will go door to door to collect samples of blood, urine and stool etc. from patients or people who have difficulty to come to the hospital but whose tests are required on an urgent basis. So, with our team of experts who will go place to place and collect these samples for tests, which will make life easy and comfortable for such patients who have difficulty in travelling or moving."
Moreover, he stated, "Another scheme, that is 'Home Care Service' is a more important one and will be a 24 x 7 service. With this service, our doctors and nurses will render home service to patients with just a phone call. Doctors service is scheduled from 9 pm to 8 am everyday, while nurses services is scheduled as 24 x 7. Nurses' services will include procedures like Injection, Catheter, Ryles Tube etc.  which can be performed at patient's home."
We, Marwari Hospitals are a charitable trust, so we always keep the social aspect in our mind while initiating any scheme from time to time.
Also, it is noteworthy to mention that the HOME CARE SERVICE is available 24 x 7. It means, patient requiring a nurse for their service can avail the facility for 24 hours or a nurse can render her service staying at the patient's house for more than 1 day continuously.
The doctors and  Presidents  of the hospital addressing the meet
Image: The doctors and Presidents of the hospital addressing the meet
"It was our Dream Project and finally we can implement it. So we are starting it from today and hope public will like it and will get maximum benefits from it. These two schemes will definitely help the people to a large extent," said Shri Sarat Kumar Jain while addressing the media.
Director of Medical Services, Dr. J.P.Sarma is also overwhelmed by these new initiatives of the hospital claiming that these services will bring extra joy to the people who want to come to the hospital but couldn't come due to unavoidable circumstances.
Hospitals Superintendent Mr. Rohit Upadhayay also stated that Marwari Hospitals always works for public causes and with these new initiatives, Marwari Hospitals again moves one step forward towards the betterment of the society and general public as a whole.
Some of the necessary instruments and components that will be in the medical kit
Image: Some of the necessary instruments and components that will be in the medical kit
Towards the end of the Press Conference, General Secretary, R.S.Joshi promised that Marwari Hospitals will start more and more new schemes for the betterment and benefit of the people in the near future to come.



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