Workshop on International Health Security on World Health Day

 Lucknow , April 7 th, 2007 : Sahara India Medical Institute under aegis of Sahara India Pariwar celebrated the ‘World Health Day’ today at Sahara Shaher to highlight a priority area of health concern engulfing the nation. On this occasion, workshop on International Health Security was organized under the chairmanship of Dr. H.P Kumar, Director, Sahara India Medical Institute. Addressing the gathering of Doctors, specialists from various discipline and senior officials of Sahara India Pariwar, Dr. H.P Kumar emphasized on the global problem of Malaria and in consonance with WHO theme of ‘Investing in health and building a safer future for all’.

During the last few years, the urbanization, globalization and increased demands on the landscape has led to an increase of Malaria, globally. Malaria has been a major problem in India contributing 75 million cases, with 0.8 million deaths. This vector borne disease can be easily controlled by simple measures like environment sanitation, using mosquito nets etc.

In the words of Dr. H.P Kumar, Director – Sahara India Medical Institute, “ World Health Day aims to draw the attention to the urgency of health crisis.” He further added, “Keeping in view this objective, Sahara Hospital is committed to make available health care facilities to the outreach areas by launching the social health programmes and promote health behavior amongst people.”

About Sahara Hospital

Sahara Hospital , Lucknow in technical collaboration with Apollo Hospital Group is a 350 beds (expandable to 500 beds) state-of-the-art, multi-disciplinary, super-specialty, tertiary care hospital with a complete range of disciplines offered under one roof.

The World class specialty hospital is spaciously designed on 31 acres of land with super structure extending up to 15 floors with constructed area of over 8 Lacs sq. ft. including Patient Relative Accommodation. The hospital will provide with latest infrastructure, Telemedicine facility, eminent doctors, and air ambulances.