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Medical examination and treatment of 1 lakh patients by Wockhardt Foundation

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MUMBAI: Wockhardt Foundation, an internationally recognized, secular based not – for – profit organization who has completed 100,000 medical check ups along with distribution of free medicines through its 2 Mobile Medical Unit programmes (iHuzaifa Khorakiwalan first 100 days of 2010).

Right to vision and mobile health reach:

  • Under the Right To Vision programme, free mobile eye clinics, take eye screening at the doorstep of the poor, weak and needy, thus playing   a critical role in preventing blindness.
  • Under the Mobile Health Reach programme free medical check ups, consultations and medicines are given to poor patients.

At present, Wockhardt Foundation operates in different locations across the country along with its associates, providing health care via the reach in approach method.

Through our Mobile Medical Unit, we provide thorough medical examination and treatment for various ailments absolutely free off cost. Hence building a base for the upliftment of the poor, weak and needy.

Wockhardt Foundation pioneers the movement of social development via provision of basic health care in slums, shanties and remote interiors of the nation.

True to saying – Health is Wealth. , CEO, Wockhardt Foundation said, Our dedicated team of doctors are truly a pillar of strength as they are the ones who help us expand our radius.

Wockhardt Foundation aims and truly believes that a healthy population can bring about the social and economic prosperity of our nation. Warriors are citizens who truly believe in putting forward their contribution to make India a healthy and happy nation.

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