A Free Heart Diagnostic & Surgery Facilitation Camp is being organised by Sri Sathya Seva Organisation Delhi-NCR on April 30, 2017. The Camp is a unique initiative as it not only will allow people to get examined for heart related ailments but also assign dates for free heart surgery, if indicated.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba summed this up in simple words: “When disease makes no distinction of high or low, rich or poor, should those who cure make such distinctions?”
These divine words have been the guiding principle for Delhi-NCR wing, which has collaborated with Sri Sathya Sai Heart Hospital, Rajkot Gujarat to facilitate free diagnosis and surgery. Through this initiative, the organisation seeks to provide love and care through a platform offering high quality medical advice (and follow up action) free of charge to all, irrespective of caste, creed, religion, and financial status.
This is the first Free Heart Camp being organised by the Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation. The Camp will start at 9.00 am onwards. The pre-screening camps organised at the district level saw a very good response. The pre- screened patients who were selected for Surgery, have already been given appointments.
The ‘Heart Diagnostic Camp’ isn’t a fund raiser. The event like many of our free medical camps primarily seeks participation to make the residents of Delhi-NCR conscious about their role in realization of universal peace by pledging to practice positive values which will ultimately lead to a more caring and compassionate society.
The Sri Sathya Sai Organisation, Delhi-NCR holds more than 500 medical camps across the 10 districts of Delhi-NCR where more than 72,000 patients are examined by a dedicated team consisting of doctors, trained para-medical staff, medical vans and Seva dal volunteers.
The specialised heart camp and the regular medical camps are organised by them keeping Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s golden words: ‘Service to man is service to GOD’. Through these camps and the well-established Sri Sathya Sai Super Speciality Hospitals Baba has given the organisers a clarity to continue with the mission of providing free and quality health care to all patients.