ITDC Organizes Free Medical Camp in Collaboration with Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, New Delhi

ITDC Organizes Free Medical Camp in Collaboration with Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, New Delhi4th June 2024, New Delhi: The India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), in collaboration with the Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, New Delhi, successfully organized a free medical camp at its flagship hotel The Ashok, New Delhi on 1st June 2024. This significant initiative aimed to provide essential healthcare services to its employees, showcasing ITDC’s commitment to community well-being and its collaboration with esteemed medical institutions. The medical camp featured a team of 15-20 skilled doctors, including paramedical staff and support staff, from the Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, New Delhi. These professionals, including specialists and allopathy experts, offered consultations, screenings, and free Blood Sugar and Blood Pressure tests for all attendees.

Mr. Lokesh K. Aggarwal, Director of ITDC, expressed his enthusiasm for the initiative, stating, “This camp was specially undertaken to benefit the ITDC employees offering them essential medical screening and consultations. Corporate administration and The Ashok played a crucial role in facilitating the medical camp, ensuring smooth and efficient operations at the venue.” He further added, “This partnership between ITDC and the Delhi Heart and Lung Institute exemplifies our efforts to promote health and wellness, aligning with the goal of positioning India as a premier destination for medical and wellness tourism.”

This medical camp underscores ITDC’s commitment to community health; plans are already underway to conduct similar camp shortly, ensuring continued health support to ITDC employees.

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