BEL donates Mobile Cancer Detection Unit to KGMU, Lucknow

Hon'ble Governor of UP & Chancellor, KGMU, Smt Anandiben Patel, flagged off the vehicle and dedicated the MCDU to the common public, especially people living in remote areas deprived of access to specialised medical examination/ treatment facilities.

BEL donates Mobile Cancer Detection Unit to KGMU, Lucknow

BEL-Ghaziabad has donated  Mobile Cancer Detection Unit (MCDU) to King George Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow, as part of its CSR initiatives. 

Mr Vikraman N, Director (HR), handed over the mobile cancer detection unit to the medical university at a ceremony held at Raj Bhavan, Lucknow, UP, today. Established in 1905, KGMU is a well known medical university in UP. 

Hon'ble Governor of UP & Chancellor, KGMU, Smt Anandiben Patel, flagged off the vehicle and dedicated the MCDU to the common public, especially people living in remote areas deprived of access to specialised medical examination/ treatment facilities.

This mobile van is a state-of-the-art, comprehensive, cancer screening and treatment unit equipped with portable Ultrasound system, Digital X-ray machine with X-Ray chest stand, Digital ECG Machine, Haematology Analyser, Digital Microscope, HD Video Colposcope, Cryosurgery Unit, Biochemistry Analyser, Steriliser, facility for minor procedures, Deep Freezer, refrigerator, computer and accessories.

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All medical equipment and accessories are installed in a bus with fine interiors. 

BEL-Ghaziabad has dedicated this Mobile Cancer Detection Unit to King George Medical University under Corporate Social Responsibility at an approx cost of Rs. 2.51 Cr.

Mr Sankarasubramanian R, Executive Director (Radar) & Unit Head, BEL-Ghaziabad, Mr Ramkumar B, GM (HR)/CO, Mr Chetan Auti Patil, AGM (HR&A)/GAD, Mrs Aparna Tiwari, Sr DGM (CSR)/GAD, Dr ML Bhatt, Dr Rajeev and Dr Sudhir from Radiotherapy division of KGMU, Prof Vijay Kumar, Prof NK Painuly, Prof Amita Jain, Prof Kirti Shrivastava, Prof Seema Gupta and many other senior doctors from KGMU, senior officers from Raj Bhavan,  representative of M/s C-Dac, were present.

Prof Dr Soniya Nityanand, Vice Chancellor, KGMU, lauded BEL for its gesture and promised to dedicate the unit for the well-being of needy patients in and around Lucknow district.

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Mr Vikraman N, Director (HR), BEL, said that BEL-Ghaziabad has been doing meaningful CSR contributions in the areas of healthcare & nutrition, vocational skill development and education. He expressed his gratitude to KGMU for taking charge of operations and maintenance of the MCDU.  

Hon'ble Governor of UP & Chancellor, KGMU, Smt Anandiben Patel, said that the cancer unit would facilitate early and proactive detection of cancer, ensuring timely cure. She thanked BEL for the initiative adding that more such CSR interventions are the need of the hour.

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