Super specialty Tera Hi Tera Mission Hospital opened in Chandigarh
No matter how much is the price, the medicine will be available only Rs 13 per day
Chandigarh: Taking another step forward in the public service, Guru Ka Langar Eye Hospital Sector 18 Chandigarh has started Tera Hi Tera Mission Super Specialty Hospital today in Sector-45. This charitable super specialty hospital will provide a specialized team of doctors of diabetes, kidney, orthopedic, depression consultancy, urology and gynecology under one roof who will see people for free. Here, even if the medicine is worth 500 rupees, the patient will get only at Rs 13 per day. This hospital was inaugurated by Shri Arvind Kukreti, Deputy Drug Controller of India. On this occasion, the General Secretary of the mission Hospital, Mr. Harjit Singh Sabharwal was also present. Shri Kukreti appreciated this effort of the institution and said that every section of the society would benefit from it. Experienced doctors of reputed institutes like PGI will see people for free and medicines will be available to people at a very nominal rate.
These characteristics of this mission hospital -
Ultrasound will be performed here starting Rs. 113. At the same time, MRI (3 Tesla) will be done at Rs. 1313. The city scan will start from just 313. Apart from this, other laboratory tests will also be done at a cheaper rate than the market.
On this occasion, Mr. Sabharwal told that following the message of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, we have made this effort for public service. He said that the patient should not have any inconvenience in taking medicines, so we have made Tera Hi Tera Medicos in our hospital premises. Most of the medicines written by our doctors will be available here. Mr. Sabharwal asserted that high-tech machines are being used in the test laboratory.
This organization is also running Guru Ka Langar Eye Hospital in Sector 18, Chandigarh where all patients are treated absolutely free. Till date this institution has seen more than 4 lac patients and has done free operation of about 40,000 patients.
For the treatment of diabetes and kidney Mr. Ashok Agarwal, former doctor of PGI will see the patients. Dr. S.S. Gill, Orthopedic expert, who has served in the PGI for a long time will also joined the hospital. Dr. Paramleen Kaur will be the depression consultant who has served in GMCH Sector 32 for a long time. Urology related problems will be treated by Dr. M.S. Randhawa who is also Ex PGI. Cardiology patients will be treated by Dr. Karandeep Singh Sayal, who is a Gold Medalist. Dr. Harpreet Kaur will treat Gynecology related problems. Skin diseases will also be treated here. Gold Medalist Dr. Simplepreet Kaur will treat skin diseases.