The exponential outburst of pandemic COVID 19 led millions of people to despair. Due to complete lockdown individuals are running with a shortage of things and many are not able to get basic household needs mainly those who are vulnerable.
To fulfill these requirements Shila Devi Hospital situated in the city of Nawab Lucknow is trying hardest to reach every nook and corner to make sure that people get what they want in these times of difficulty.
For many people, the uncertainty surrounding coronavirus is the hardest thing to handle. Even in normal cold and cough, people panicking and comparing it to the symptoms of coronavirus. They have then started to keep themselves isolated which further makes them sicker. Thus, doctors of Shila Devi Hospital are providing door to door free service and distributing adequate medicines.
Along with this, Shila Devi Hospital is also playing hard in bridging the gap between food and hunger by distributing meals to the vulnerable mankind. Masks and sanitizers are also being distributed on the ground level to protect people from infection.
The hospital is equipped with 50 beds, a pharmacy, a laboratory, and 40 Doctors. With ICU and OPD, it is a multi-specialty hospital with the latest automatic machines.
In this tragic corona crisis in India, this hospital is serving its duty with full esteem and dignity. By providing concession of 15% on medicine, 20-25% concession on the test, and along up to 15% off on medical consultancy.
On the name of his mother, actor and social activist Dhirendra Thakur has led the foundation stone of this hospital. He is also the lead actor of the upcoming feature film “Van Rajasthan”, based on environment conservation and global warming. This hospital was inaugurated by Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Dinesh Sharma.
Chief Managing Director, Mr. Dhirendra Thakur said, “I have started this hospital for serving my people, my nation. We are trying our best to reach each and every needy people. I am praying for quick recovery from this sad situation. I request everyone to stay home and stay safe.”