February 14, 2017

Tata Power organises medical camp in Mumbai

Mumbai: Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company has always undertaken various health and hygiene initiatives in order to provide assistance to the underprivileged sections of society. In line with this commitment, the company organised medical camp at Aapki Industrial Estate in Kurla (West), Mumbai. Around 176 labourers benefitted from the medical camp.

Medical camp organised by Tata Power at Aapki Industrial Estate in Kurla (West), Mumbai in progress

The objective of this initiative was to provide free medical check-ups, medication and healthcare facilities for labourers working in the industrial estate who do not have access to good quality medical support. The medical camp included tests for blood sugar, blood pressure and pulse, body mass index (BMI), eye screening and ECG. A team of doctors and pharmacists addressed the specific medical problems of the workers, and spoke at length about the various ways to address seasonal ailments and diseases.

Speaking on the initiative, Ashok Sethi, COO and ED, Tata Power, said, “Tata Power has always strived to provide a caring, supportive and healthy environment to the community. Mumbai faces a larger issue of the lack of health and hygiene and it is very common amongst the daily labourers who work in challenging environment. Through this camp, the workers can keep track of their health and it will enable them to lead a better and healthy life.”

The beneficiaries appreciated efforts put in by the team. Tata Power will continue to undertake such endeavors that will benefit the society and improve quality of life across the nation.