India CSR News Network
GOMARDIH (Odisha): Tata Steel Rural Development Society (TSRDS), the CSR wing of Tata Steel, organised a multi-specialty health camp near its dolomite mine at Gomardih in Sundargarh district of Odisha on August 30, 2016. Total 539 patients including 271 females visited the camp held at Tunmura Project UP School, Gotiapada near Gomardih for health check-up and received treatment.
The patients had come from around 12 villages under Tunmura panchayat. Along with general medicine, 199 children, 77 persons with skin problems and 55 with maternity related problems were treated and given medicine. Mr. D.B. Sundara Raman, Executive-In-Charge, Ferro Alloys and Minerals Division (FAMD), Tata Steel visited the health camp and interacted with the doctors and patients.
Dr Sudhir Singh, Medicine, Dr. Amit Kumar, Paediatric, from Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur, Dr Jaysingh Majhi, O&G specialist from Tata Steel’S Noamundi Hospital and Dr. Debjit Kar, Skin Specialist from Rourkela attended the patients at the camp.
Other senior officers of Tata Steel who visited the camp included Mr. Niral j Kachhap, Head HRM FAMD, Prabhash Gokaran, Head Engg Project& Town FAMD, Sukinda, S.S. Mishra Sr. Manager, Mining, Goamrdih, etc. Medical Team from TSRDS, Jamshedpur and Kalinganagar assisted the camp which was organised by TSRDS Gomardih unit. Team from ASPIR, partner NGO of TSRDS also volunteered for successfully organising the one day health camp.