Continuing with its various Platinum Jubilee initiatives, J&K Bank Sunday organized a free medical camp at its Zonal Office, Rail Head Complex Jammu. The camp was held in collaboration with renowned doctors from Government Medical College Jammu and other specialists from the city.
Renowned physician specialist Dr Dushyant Chowdhary and the Bank’s Vice President and Zonal Head Arvind Gupta jointly inaugurated the camp in presence of patients, senior citizen, retired and serving employees of the Bank.
The neatly organized specialized check-up counters witnessed large number of patients, mostly elders from Jammu city, getting free counseling and consultations from eminent doctors in General Medicine, Diabetes, Orthopedics, ENT, Ophthalmology and General Surgery.
Speaking on the occasion, Arvind Gupta reiterated the commitment of the Bank towards empowering growth and all-round development of the people of the state. He conveyed that as a responsible corporate citizen, the bank shall always be at the forefront of taking philanthropic initiatives aimed at ameliorating the sufferings of the poor and needy.
A team of six consultant specialists along with technicians (ECG, Clinical lab) provided the free medical check-up, counseling and consultations to more than 500 patients who came from various parts of the Jammu district. Cipla Laboratories conducted on spot free clinical tests of the patients on the occasion. The senior consultants from Government Medical College Jammu included the renowned physician specialist Dr Dushyant Chowdhary, Ophthalmologist Dr. Sanjay Sachdeva, Dialectician Dr. Raj Kumar Sharma, ENT specialist Dr. Manohar Lal and other specialists from the city Dr. Amit Thakur, Orthopedic & General Surgeon Dr. Ajay Katoch.
Vice President and Zonal Head Arvind Gupta on behalf of the Bank’s Chairman and CEO Mushtaq Ahmad thanked the team of doctors from the Govt. Medical College and Cipla Diagnostic Centre for extending their support.
Notably, under Platinum Jubilee Initiative, the Bank has planned similar camps in other districts of the state in near future.