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Bharatpur News: Hand over 60 oxygen concentrators from the Association of Indian in America to the health department
- Hand over 60 AIA-supplied oxygen concentrators to the health department
- Concentrator handed over at a ceremony in Lupine
- CHC, PHC and Corona Kovid are sent to care centers, concentrator
Bharatpur May 21. Lupine commissioned the Chief Medical and Health Officer, Dr. Kaptansingh, over to the Association of Indian in America’s 60 Oxygen Concentrators. These concentrators will be installed in the CHC, PHC and Corona Kovid centers in the district to provide adequate oxygen to the patients admitted there.
On this occasion, Extra Superintendent of Police Vandita Rana said that the corona has been the highest demand for oxygen during the global epidemic, to meet the demand that the government is supplying oxygen according to the demand from different places, but given the increasing number of patients will this concentrator can meet the demand to a large extent. He expressed gratitude to the AIA and Lupine and said that Native Americans living in America have shown humanity in this virtuous work.
In the program, city commissioner Dr. Rajesh Goyal has done exemplary work in providing oxygen availability concentrator to corona patients of Bharatpur, Yashpal Arya and Urmila Arya, residents of Vallabhgarh, Bharatpur, living in America. He said these concentrators would be installed in Community Health Centers, Primary Health Centers and Corona Covid Care Centers so that patients in that area would be treated at their nearest place so that the RBM hospital would not bear an additional burden.
Dr. Kaptansingh, Chief Medical and Health Officer, said that during the second wave of Corona, the number of patients in rural areas has also increased, and efforts are being made to get treatment in primary and community health centers. When these concentrators reach these locations, their better treatment is possible.
Initially, Lupin’s Executive Director Sitaram Gupta said the virtuous work Bhartians have done in the US in providing concentrators will never be forgotten. He suggested that Kovid care centers should not be set up in community health centers because patients visiting these centers cannot be infected. Lupin’s regional program manager Dr. Rajesh Sharma, CA Sunit Nandwani, Administrative Assistant Ashok Karan, Bhimsingh, Shalo Hembrom, Rajendra Mahure, Puneet Gupta, Puneet Verma, Kaushal Singh etc. were present in the program.
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