Amid The Growing Chaos, Ranchi Hospital Treats Patients Without Money For Free, Lives On Priority

The Logical Indian

November 13th, 2016

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Ever since the government has ordered the demonetization of ₹500 and ₹1000 in order to whip the black money, it has largely affected the marginal sections of society.
Poor and disadvantaged, senior citizens, students, everyone out there is suffering.  Amid such chaos, there are people who are contributing to the society in the way they can.

One of them is the Vinayka Hospital and Research Centre, a private hospital in Ranchi which has announced free of cost treatment for all patients from 10 to 13 November.
CMO Dr. Chandan Kumar Yadav said that while supporting PM Modi’s step, the doctors feel that a bigger priority than money is to save lives at the moment.

 

He further adds that, “This will go on till November 13, till the country’s economy normalizes a little and till people do not get ₹2,000 or ₹4,000. I have even put up notices in nearby areas that Dr. Chandan Kumar and Vinayka Hospital will provide everything free from patients’ treatment, operation, surgery, ICU, anything. Be it medicines, tests, ECG and X-ray, we are doing it free of cost.”


The Logical Indian community is very much thankful to the hospital management for the needful measures they have taken to ensure saving lives. We request everyone to help each other.

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