ISA NCB conducts Hemalkasa Surgical Camp for Social Outreach

In a heartfelt endeavor to extend support to the underserved, the Indian Society of Anaesthesiology, Nagpur City Branch, actively participated in the Hemalkasa surgical camp, organized by the Rotary Club of Nagpur from the 18th to the 20th of January 2024. This noble initiative targets neglected and impoverished tribals residing in the remote areas of the Bhamaragarh range, providing them with essential surgical interventions.

Led by the guidance of Dr. Bhau Rajurkar, a Senior Member of ISA NCB, a team of dedicated medical and paramedical professionals administered anesthesia to 73 patients undergoing various surgeries. The Hemalkasa surgical camp, an annual endeavor orchestrated by the esteemed Padma Shree Awardees, Dr. Prakash Amte, Dr. Mrs. Amte, Dr. Digant, and Dr. Angha Amte, witnesses the altruistic contributions of hundreds of medical and paramedical personnel each year.

Senior ISA NCB member Dr. Bhau Rajurkar, alongside the Honorary Secretary of IMA, Dr. Satkar Pawar, spearheaded the participation of ISA NCB members in this noble cause. Dr. Archana Munishwar, Dr. Amrusha Raipure, Dr. Harshraj, Dr. Tejaswini, Dr. Prajakta, Dr. Ajinkya, and Dr. Aditya, among others, worked tirelessly as a cohesive team throughout the surgical camp.

Their collective efforts exemplify the spirit of compassion and dedication, reflecting ISA NCB’s commitment to serving marginalized communities. The involvement of medical professionals in such initiatives underscores the importance of social responsibility in healthcare.

Kudos to all participants for their selfless contributions, and may their endeavors continue to bring hope and healing to those in need.