service centre and a medical aid centre

service centre and a medical aid centre

SSevabharathi Thiruvanvandoor unit had set up a service centre and a medical aid centre in connection with the Akhila Bharatiya Pandava Maha Satra held at Thiruvanvandoor Maha temple. On 12/5/24 at 5.30 pm, the Hon'ble Governor of Goa, P.S. Sreedharan Pillai, formally inaugurated the Service Centre and The Medical Aid Centre. Former Mizoram Governor Kummanam Rajasekharan, Mr Valsan Tilkankeri, Mr Rajesh Nadapuram, Adv Shanku T Das, culinary expert Pazhayidam Mohanan Namboothiri, Shri B Gopalakrishnan, Akhil Bharatiya Pandavi Satra Chairman and Shipping Board Member B Radhakrishna Menon and HDFC South Indian Bank Vice President Unnikrishnan Nair visited the service centre and medical aid centre.

Hon'ble Kummanam Rajettan spoke about the need to make plastic-free bags. During the seven-day-long sathram, 765 people were given medical attention and five were rushed to the hospital urgently for re-treatment in an ambulance. Many people from the Sevabharathi Seva Kendra were also provided with travel facilities, information about it and other related assistance.

Sevabharathi Alappuzha district president Dr Satheesh Kumar, district committee member Dr Nisha Radhakrishnan, Dr Radhakrishnan, Dr R Lakshmi and Dr Anila were among the doctors who served at the medical aid centre for various days. District general secretary P Sreejith, district secretaries Gopakumar Gokulam and Rajesh, district health department convenor Salim Sevabharathi unit president Advocate K Gopakumar, secretary S Sreejith, Sevabharathi Thiruvanvandoor and other samiti office-bearers were lead the camp.

The camp had the cooperation of pain & palliative units of various units in Alappuzha district such as Chennithala, Cherianad, Chettikulangara, Mavelikkara Pathiyoor and Krishnapuram units on different days of the satra.  In addition, there was a free ambulance service of Cheriyanad Kayamkulam Thalavadi and Nannoor units.