Mangaluru: A J Hospital launches 'Well Woman Programme'


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Mangaluru, Mar 9: Ever since its inception, A J Hospital & Research Centre, here, has been upgrading its services and is now launching a 'Well Woman Programme' specially designed and personalized programme for women, to meet the healthcare needs of women from all age groups, right from puberty to menopause and beyond.

Women play a pivotal role in running a home and society which takes a toll on their time and health in turn. Women are provided with an opportunity to enroll in the 'Well Woman Programme' and monitor their health.

The 'Well Woman Programme' was launched on March 8 – International Women’s Day by lighting a traditional lamp by Dr Amitha Marla- director of medical administration, Dr Vrinda Shetty-consultant gynaecologist, Dr Kavitha- consultant oncologist, Dr Shanthi Kamath, Dr Swathi Rai- manager operations, Gracy D’Silva- nursing superintendent, Shelly- deputy nursing superintendent and Lidwin D’Souza – manager relations.

Dr Manjunath Kamath, a consultant gynaecologist delivered a talk on 'Women’s Health'.

The highlights of the 'Well Woman Programme' include a detailed clinical assessment, counselling on lifestyle changes, result-oriented approach and care by their expert team trained to handle women’s health.

On the occasion of the 'Well Woman Programme' inauguration, a 'Well Woman health check-up' package is offered at a 50% discount from March 8 to 22.

Gracy D’Silva welcomed the gathering, Rishna Ferrao delivered the vote of thanks.

Simona, an MHA student compered the programme. Medical director Dr Prashanth Marla, doctors, staff and students were present.

For further details and appointments, please contact 0824 6613165 / 2229165 or email: ajhlounge@gmail.com.

  

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