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Reinforcing its commitment to make basic healthcare services accessible for all, CallHealth Services Pvt Ltd organised a two-day health camp, ‘Good Health Drive’ in the city. More than 2,500 visitors attended the camp conducted at Kasu Brahmananda Reddy (KBR) National Park in Jubilee Hills, Indira Park and Botanical Garden on Sunday and Monday. 

A special team of health specialists and consultants provided free consultation and check-up in general health including BMI tests, physiotherapy, dental care, lifestyle and wellness including yoga, weight management, nutrition and diet and other aspects of physical and emotional well-being to all the visitors. 

“CallHealth strongly believes in undertaking and supporting initiatives that encourage the society to become more self-aware and conscious of preventive healthcare as it not only contributes to an individual’s better health and quality of life but also plays a significant part in reducing the overall medical cost, therefore, making healthcare all the more affordable in our country,”said Dr Sameer Khan, Chief of Business at CallHealth, who was seen sharing knowledge around preventive healthcare and consulting the visitors at the health camp. 

‘Good Health Drive’ by CallHealth unified people from diverse age groups and socio-economic strata. The visitors found the free consultation and check-ups to be extremely beneficial and showcased interest in engaging with the health experts and consultants on a more frequent basis through such health drives and initiatives by Call Health.

In addition, the visitors were also seen participating and thoroughly enjoying the special ‘Health Quiz’ and ‘Fitness Challenge’. A few prominent faces seen at the health camp were D Suresh, producer at Rama Naidu Productions, Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, MLA-Nalgonda, and Motkupalli Narasimhulu, MLA-TDP Party.