Aditya Birla Hospital organizes free health checkup camp in the city on World Diabetes Day

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13 November 2019, Pune- Marking the occasion of World Diabetes Day, Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital, Pune, Maharashtra’s first Joint Commission International (JCI), USA and NABH accredited Hospital has organized free blood sugar checkup camp at Aditya Birla Atrium from 14th to 16th November.

The super-specialty healthcare facility has also organized free random Blood Sugar checkup camps on 14th November at more than 15 places including Dange Chowk, Hinjewadi Chowk, Pirangut Chowk, Baner Chowk (Balewadi Phata), Vidhate Wasti in Parihar Chowk, Chatursinghi Chowk, F C College Road, Dole Patil Road (Near Ruby), Erandwane (Near DMH Hospital), Karve Road (Near Sahayadri Hospital), Bhosari (Near Saint Dyneshwar Chowk), Chinchwad (Near Morya Chowk), Nigdi(Near Bhel Chowk) and at corporate companies like Mahindra & Mahindra, Quadron Business Park, Blue Ridge, Embassy Tech Zone CIT.

Commenting on this, Ms. Rekha Dubey, CEO of Aditya Birla Hospital said, “Diabetes if left untreated can lead to several short-term and long-term illnesses. Through the health checkup camp, we want to educate the people of Pune about the Prevention of Diabetes and its complications. The camp will be conducted from 10 am onwards along with a team of experienced doctors. We are also giving 50% discounts on consultation with Diabetologist / Endocrinologist/Physician and 20 % discount on the pathological investigation if advised by doctors at the hospital”

She further added, “In all the years, what I have seen is whether the problems are related to diet, exercise, smoking or alcohol, they can be managed easily if the doctor and patient work in conjunction. We believe that – “Diabetes more you know, safer you are”

“Diabetes affects all the system of the body and can lead to various complications. Various studies have shown that the high incidence of diabetes in India is mainly because of a sedentary lifestyle, lack of physical activity, obesity, stress, and consumption of diets rich in fat, sugar and calories. The earlier it is detected, it is better to prevent its complications”, shared Dr. Rajshekhar Iyer, Medical Director, Aditya Birla Hospital, Pune.