One of the leading healthcare service providers in Eastern India, AMRI Hospital is all set to launch special health packages on the occasion of International Women’s Day, celebrated on 8th March, every year. The initiative will aim to help women reduce the risk of major ailments by availing special health packages for prevention and early detection of health-related issues.
Under special health packages, AMRI Hospitals will offer ‘Well Women Check-up Package’ at 20% discount. The same package is currently offered at Rs 2,200. The hospital will also offer Dexa Scan (BMD) Whole Spine Package’ at just Rs 999.
The ‘Well Women Check-up Package’ will include complete haemogram, sugar random, TSH, uric acid, urine routine, X-ray chest PA view, USG pelvis (screening), mammography, Pap smear, gynaecology consultation, dietician consultation and dental check-up. The package will help women know more about the state of their health and manage the same in a comprehensive manner.
A complete health check-up is imperative for every individual, as it can help find hidden health issues before they turn into a major problem. Early detection also provides the best chance to treat a problem at the initial stage, avoiding further complications. By availing the right healthcare services and treatment, one can take important steps towards living a longer and healthier life.
AMRI Hospital often comes up with special packages and awareness programmes to play its part in making healthcare accessible and affordable, laying the foundation of healthy India. Strict quality control policies have enabled AMRI Hospital to deal with any complication with relative ease.
Other than this, AMRI is commemorating the services of women doctors, nurses and staff this Women’s Day to set a benchmark by ensuring comprehensive treatment, services and care. With AMRI Nari, the hospital intends to recognize and appreciate the key roles women play in improving healthcare services day in and out.
The hospital has also run timely and relevant social media campaigns to educate people about risks associated with delaying diagnosis and treatment. Awareness created through online mediums has helped patients adopt a healthy lifestyle and avoid unhealthy practices to beat the risk of major diseases.