MaxiVision Eye Hospital Unveiled Free Covid Vaccination Drive
Hyderabad, Sept.2 (Maxim News): Hyderabad Based MaxiVision eye hospital has launched Free COVID-19 Vaccine drive today in its Somajiguda hospital.
Anjani Kumar, Hyderabad Police Commissioner and Muralidharan FICCI Chairman have graced the occasion as chief guests. Dr.GSK Velu Chairman, MaxiVision Eye Hospitals, Dr.Kasu Prasad Reddy Garu – Co-Chairman, Founder & Mentor, MaxiVision Eye Hospitals have attended the program as guests of honour.
This drive has been taken up by MaxiVision as part of its CSR initiative in the light of the pandemic, with a view to accelerate vaccinations for the needy. Vaccination Drive starting from today will continue until of September 5. This initiative is engineered in partnership with FICCI and Neuberg Diagnostics, the drive will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the mentioned dates and will be administering Covaxin to the attendees.
Speaking on the occasion Dr.GSK Velu – Chairman, MaxiVision Eye Hospitals said, “MaxiVision, though it is a single-specialty hospital, has always had a heart for charity.
When the pandemic swept the city, our doctors and paramedics braved themselves and treated patients who were in need of emergency services. This time we are planning to dispense 50% of our vaccine stocks free of cost to the poor and needy.
Though Telangana Government is well ahead in mass vaccination drives, this small attempt is to supplement the Government’s efforts in this part of the city. We have created a separate block with all paramedical support in our hospital at Somajiguda. 1000 people can have free vaccines from September 2 to 5. We will extend the numbers to 2000 if there is continuing demand.”
Elaborating more on the same Dr.Kasu Prasad Reddy Garu – Co-Chairman, Founder & Mentor, MaxiVision Eye Hospitals, said MaxiVision Eye Hospital has always been at the forefront of extending help to those in dire need, be it reaching out to Kerala with essential commodities during the floods or providing emergency medical services in the pandemic.