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Support Medical Clinic For Less Privileged - Right To Health for All
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Dr. Sangeet Sahai

    from Noida, Uttar Pradesh


Dr. Sangeet Sahai [MBBS, MD, DM (Cardiology)- AIIMS, Delhi] is a senior cardiologist who has more than 35 years of clinical experience. He has treated lakhs of patients in his career including many belonging to rural, poor and less privileged sections of the society. Dr. Sahai's wife - Dr. Vandana (Senior Gynecologist & Family Physician) - has also been totally committed and equally involved in this noble endeavor.

Cliniq Medicaid is located in Noida between 4 neighbouring villages - Ghijore, Hoshiyarpur, Sarfabad and Mamura. Another diagnostic center of Cliniq Medicaid is operating in Sarita Vihar which provides treatment to patients from Madanpur Khadar, Shaheen Bagh & Janta Flats (LIG Colony).

Most of the patients arriving at the clinic are offered consultations, pathlab services, medicines and other cardiac & gynae tests at very concessional rates. Although the cost of providing medical services has escalated (for medicines and other equipment), this has not been a deterrent for Dr. Sahai and his team. In fact, more healthcare services have been continuously added over the past three & a half decades..

Dr. Sahai requires your support to offer the best possible healthcare services to the rural poor from the neighboring villages so as to give them back their dignity. The belief in right to health & well-being for all is the primary motivating factor. The funds raised will be utilized to provide medicines, injections, first aid kits and medical equipment for cardiac & gynae tests. Kindly help them continue serving the ever increasing number of rural & less privileged patients who wait in queues with the hope of getting cured. Your aid will go to Cliniq Medicaid for working in the interest of the deprived communities which cannot afford expensive treatment..

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