Avail free health checkups at Heart Care Foundation of India’s (HCFI) annual flagship event

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Avail free health checkups at the Heart Care Foundation of India’s (HCFI) annual flagship event, the 25th MTNL Perfect Health Mela 2018

Visitors can also look forward to various interschool and college competitions and health and lifestyle exhibitions at theMela

The Heart Care Foundation of India (HCFI) is organizing free health checkup camps as part of the 25th MTNL Perfect Health Mela 2018. Anyone with or without health-related issues can visit the mela and avail a checkup to know what further action they should take.

As part of the HCFI’s campaign against indoor air pollution and preventive health this year, the Mela will have participation from LG, a company focused on the concept of smart homes.

Speaking about this, Mr Amit Gujral, Chief Marketing Officer, LG, said, “We are happy to be a part of the Perfect Health Mela this year. Indoor air pollution is a serious concern and an invisible cause of many health complications.

Adding his views, Padma Shri Awardee, Dr K K Aggarwal, President, HCFI, said, “The Heart Care Foundation of India (HCFI) has always been committed to the motto of providing accessible qualityhealthcare for all irrespective of their economic status – which is also the theme for the Perfect Health Mela this year.

The Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund is another effort in that direction. Affordable and accessible healthcare is the need of the hour in our country. We invite one and all from Delhi/NCR to come and avail health checkups at the Perfect Health Mela this year.”

Some new additions to the Mela this year include the HCFI CSR Awards, evening conclaves and everyday Mela including the Math mela. Dr Tusker, the friendly elephant, is the mascot for the event.

The event will also showcase a live Mohalla clinic and Delhi Government plan for universal health insurance apart from other Delhi government schemes. Entry to the Mela is free for all.

Other attractions at the 25th Perfect Health Mela 2018 to be organized between 23rd and 27th October at the Talkatora Indoor Stadium, New Delhi

  • Conclave on harm reduction focusing on “switching to less harmful alternatives.”
  • Workshop on understanding the concept of a healthy home and how to curb indoor air pollution.
  • Workshop on reviving a person after a sudden cardiac arrest, in association with the Ministry of Youth Affairs, for all visitors at the Mela.
  • Free ECG for all and consultations with various medical specialists under one roof.
  • Conclave on fertility and infertility with Dr Kaberi Banerjee, a seasoned obstetrician and gynecologist.
  • Campaign against antibiotic misuse with WHO and NCDC.
  • Performances and insightful discussions
  • Exhibitions and entertainment galore for one and all who visit the Mela.

About Heart Care Foundation of India

Initiated in 1986, the Heart Care Foundation of India is a leading National NGO working in the field of disease prevention and management. The NGO uses consumer-based entertainment modules to impart health education and increase awareness about preventive health amongst people.

A leading example of this is the Perfect Health Mela, an annual event started in 1993 that is attended by over 2-3 lakh people each year. The Mela showcases activities across categories such as health education seminars and checkups, entertainment programmes, lifestyle exhibitions, lectures, workshops and competitions.

In addition to this, the NGO conducts programs and camps to train people on the technique of hands only CPR through its CPR 10 mantra for revival after a sudden cardiac arrest. HCFI currently holds three Limca Book of World Records for the maximum number of people trained in hands only CPR in one go.

Avail free health checkups at Heart Care Foundation of India’s (HCFI) annual flagship event

Keeping article 21 of the Indian constitution in mind, which guarantees a person Right to Life, Heart Care Foundation of India also successfully runs a project called the Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund to ensure that no one dies of a heart disease just because they cannot afford treatment.

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