Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula

During India’s second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2021, many hospitals faced acute shortages of medical supplies.
In May 2021, the senior staff at the Civil Hospital informed that at this time of emergency, the hospital required support with oxygen cylinders and other essential medical supplies. Additionally, Dr. Neeru, civil surgeon and Dr. Deepika conveyed that medical items were needed for the new Covid patient care center that the hospital had to set up due to the surge in Covid related hospitalisations.

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra responded with the following donations:

  • PPE kits, face masks, 500ml bottles of hand sanitizer, a fogging machine, and oxygen cylinders were donated on May 17, 2021.
  • IV cannulas, blue & white containers, needle destroyers, IV sets, IV fluid NS bottles, IV fluid RL bottles, different injections, BP apparatus, pulse oximeters, disposable gowns were donated on May 6, 2021 for the new Covid patient care center.

The hospital administration appreciated the organization’s efforts and indicated that they would request help in the future too.

With the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic, we appreciate and are grateful for the donation of the medical and logistics items for Covid patients at the Civil Surgeon office, Sector 6, Panchkula.

Civil Surgeon, Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula, Haryana

Daily Fresh Fruit Distribution for Covid-19 Patients

From May 20, 2021 – June 12, 2021, a team of 35 volunteers from Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra prepared fresh fruit packages daily for the Covid-19 patients at the Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula. Each day during this period, volunteers at our Kaimbwala center took care to cut fresh fruits i.e. cantaloupe, watermelon, and papaya, and pack them into containers with a salt pouch and toothpick. Hygiene standards were maintained throughout the entire project that delivered 6,000 packets of fresh fruits to the hospital.

The doctors were appreciative of this effort and remarked that the patients were happy to receive these fresh fruit packages.

We appreciate your gesture to support the Panchkula administration in providing more than 6,000 packets of fruits to Covid-19 patients at the Civil Hospital, Panchkula. Please accept our heartfelt gratitude for the human service rendered by you to serve the society. Looking forward to your unstinting support in your endeavor to provide such facilities.

Mohd. Imran Raza, IAS, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula, Haryana

Blood Donation Camp

During the second wave in 2021, blood banks through out India faced acute shortages due to increased demand and low donor volumes.

In March 2021, Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra met with Dr. Manoj Tyagi, the physician in charge of the blood center at the Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula in Haryana to discuss the situation at the blood center.

The doctor informed that the hospital was also facing a blood shortage. Without hesitation, Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra organized a blood donation camp at Kot village on March 11, 2021. Dr. Tyagi graciously sent a team of doctors to manage and supervise the blood donation process at the blood camp.

Many people came forward to take part in this noble cause and 48 kind souls donated blood. Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra extends gratitude to the blood donors for donating this precious gift of life in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra has organized blood donation camps in other places in Haryana, Chandigarh, and Uttar Pradesh.

We, on behalf of the blood center, Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula wish to express our deep gratitude to your organization for arranging the blood donation camp with our department on March 11, 2021 at Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra, Village Kot, Panchkula. We are grateful to each donor who has come forward to donate this precious gift of life. We hope that your esteemed organization will organize such camps with us in future.

Dr. Manoj Tyagi, in charge of Blood Centre, Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula, Haryana

THE EVENT WAS REPORTED BY JAGRAN NEW MEDIA - CLICK TO READ THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION

BLOOD DONATION CAMP IN THE VILLAGE KOT, PANCHKULA ORGANISED BY VISHAV MANAV RUHANI KENDRA. 48 INDIVIDUALS DONATED BLOOD

Picture: In the camp, a team of doctors from the Civil Hospital, Panchkula were in charge of the process of taking blood.

Panchkula, JNN: Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra (VMRK), following the teachings of Sant Baljit Singh, and fulfilling its commitment towards the society, as a spiritual and charitable organisation, organized a blood donation camp as a gesture of helping the local hospitals in filling the shortage of blood resulted from the demands of the Covid-19 pandemic and other situations. This was held in Kot village, in Panchkula. Many locals as well as people from the neighborhood were also present, extending their support and help, besides attending the camp.

In the camp, a team of doctors from the Civil Hospital in Sector-6 were present. They managed and supervised the work of taking blood from the donors.

The General Secretary of VMRK Sh. Ishwar Dass Saggu said that the camp was primarily aimed at cutting short the deficit felt across many hospitals in the region due to the coronavirus and other demanding reasons.

He also said that every month, VMRK was doing at least two or more programmes of community services. In all of them, VMRK’s social workers are doing the services.

Sh. Saggu Ji said that VMRK had also conducted another blood donation camp in Dhanas, Chandigarh, just before this that was also successful. In this camp, the Sarpanch of the village, Sh. Kuljeet Singh was also present. He offered so much help and support for the success of the camp.

Sh. Saggu Ji mentioned that everyone in the community should come forward for support and help the society. Blood donation is one of the highest social services of all. So, every healthy person should come forward to donate blood so that they can be a part in saving the lives of many people in the community.

These days, due to the coronavirus, most of the hospitals in the tri-city region are having blood shortages. Therefore, to compensate for this deficit, every healthy young person and others in the community should come forward and donate blood.

In March 2020, Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra donated PPE Kits, triple layer masks, double bed sheets, 500 ml bottles of hand sanitizers, sodium hypochlorite, blankets, hand wash, paper rolls, disposable gloves, disposable caps, and examination gloves.

Please accept our heartfelt gratitude for the human service rendered by you to serve the society. Looking forward to your unstinting support in your endeavor to make health services available, acceptable and affordable to all.

Principal Medical Officer, Civil Hospital, Sector 6, Panchkula, Haryana

Sub Divisional Civil Hospital, Indri

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra donated D- type oxygen cylinders, oxygen flow meters, pulse oximeters, gloves, and disposable 5ml syringes. 

The organization has provided medical items during Covid-19 pandemic today on 29 May 2021. We are thankful to the organization.

Senior Medical Officer, Sub Divisional Civil Hospital, Indri, Haryana

Community Health Center, Nanakpur, and Health and Wellness Center, Karanpur

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra donated PPE kits, triple layer masks, hand sanitizers, gowns, and gloves.

Thanks, we have received PPE kits, masks for CHC Nanakpur and PPE kits, masks, hand sanitizers, gowns and gloves for the Health and Wellness Center Karanpur. Highly obliged with your concern.

Add. Senior Medical Office, CHC Nanakpur & Health and Wellness Center Karanpur, Haryana

Community Health Center, Shahabad

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra donated triple layer masks, and 500 ml bottles of hand sanitizers.

I thank Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra in the capacity of the senior medical officer of this health center. I wish Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra will continue this humanitarian service in the future as well so that we can effectively fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

Senior Medical Officer, Community Health Center, Shahabad, Haryana

Community Health Center, Kalka

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra donated triple layer masks, hand sanitizers, surgical gloves, and various medicines.

I feel proud to appreciate Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra, Nawan Nagar, for donating the most required and helpful medical items in the Govt. Hospital, Kalka, Haryana, to fight against spread of novel coronavirus pandemic when there is a complete lockdown in the country.

Senior Medical Officer, Community Health Center, Kalka, Haryana

Geeta College, Panipat

When the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic swept through India in 2021, the Haryana government responded by opening a 1,000-bed Covid center in Panipat. The government ordered 200 para medical staff from different places in Haryana to serve at the center.

Arrangements were made to accommodate the staff at Geeta College, Panipat. The Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) asked Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra to provide toiletry items for the staff.

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra responded with donations of bed sheets, cover sheets, buckets, mugs, and toiletry kits that contained toothpaste, toothbrush, comb, soaps, bottle of hail oil, and slippers. The items were donated at the Mini Secretariat in the presence of Sh. Swapnil Patil, SDM and Sh. Kuldeep Malik, Tehsildar.

Great work is done by Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra towards Covid management. Together through cooperation we will be successful in fighting & putting an end to this pandemic.

SDM, Panipat, Haryana

THE EVENT WAS REPORTED BY HARI BHOOMI NEWS - CLICK TO READ THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION

VISHAV MANAV RUHANI KENDRA HANDED OVER 200
ANTI-CORONA KITS TO THE ADMINISTRATION

  • Even during the Covid epidemic, the organization did charity work with full energy and enthusiasm in various states.
  • Continuous cooperation will be given to the administration in such public welfare works of social service.

Panipat | Volunteers with anti-corona kits in Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra (Under the photograph)

Hari Bhoomi News, Panipat

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra, a charitable and spiritual organization, organizes various charitable activities for public welfare based on the teachings of Sant Baljit Singh that are centered on the principles of a moral and ethical life, importance of spiritual awareness, meditation practices, and service to humanity.

During the Covid-19 pandemic the organization carried out many charitable activities in various states with full energy and enthusiasm.

On this occasion, Surender Ahuja, Rajesh Kumar, Vijay Bajaj, and Vinit Ahuja, who are volunteers of Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra center, Panipat, delivered a donation of 200 kits of daily use items for the paramedical staff working to control Covid, to the Sub-Divisional Officer, Swapnil Patil, and Tehsildar, Dr. Kuldeep Malik.

The donated items include biscuits, mugs, bed sheets, buckets, covering sheets, toiletry kits containing toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, hair oil, and slippers. Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra volunteers stated that they will continuously cooperate with the local administration in such welfare activities.

Blood Donation Camp, Ismailabad

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra (VMRK) volunteers contacted the Red Cross Society and learned about patients suffering in the local hospitals due to a shortage of blood. In response, VMRK volunteers collaborated with the Red Cross Society to organize a blood donation camp at Ismailabad, Haryana.

Donors arrived early on April 6, 2021, the date set for the blood donation camp. Some donors learned about the camp after VRMK reached out via phone calls and direct messages. At 10.30am, the team of doctors from the Red Cross Blood Bank arrived and started to collect blood from the donors. In total, 58 people donated blood.

Throughout the day, we provided refreshment to the donors and doctors. The team of doctors highly appreciated VMRK’s efforts to help patients. The Covid-19 guidelines were followed during the activity.

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra (VMRK) is an organization that is always prepared to fulfil its duty towards humanity. A blood donation camp was organized today, Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at the VMRK center in Ismailabad. It was a joint effort of Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra, Nawan Nagar and Red Cross Society.

Here, 85 individuals donated blood. This was a highly appreciable and commendable action accomplished during this pandemic. VMRK also carries out various other charitable activities too.

I sincerely wish that this organization may keep working for the good of humanity in the future as well and I will continue to be an avid supporter.

Sanjeev Arora, Head of the village, Ismailabad, Haryana

Indian Red Cross Society, Kurukshetra Branch

Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra volunteers visited the Red Cross Society to see if the society needed assistance to upgrade their facilities to improve patient care. During the visit, Sh. Ramesh Chaudhary, assistant secretary of the Red Cross Society, Kurukshetra, conveyed that the patients could not receive proper treatment because the machines at the physiotherapy center were not in good condition.

Without delay, our volunteers organized the purchase of the machines requested by the Red Cross Society. These items included two transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulators (Tens), an interferential therapy machine, an ultrasonic machine, a short wave diathermy machine, a lumbar and cervical traction machine, a moist heating pad with heat packs, a vacuum interferential therapy machine, a muscle stimulator with flexible and pan electrode, a motorised pedo cycle for physiotherapy, and straps and therabands of different colors.

Sh. Akhil Pilani, SDM, staff of the District Public Relation Office, the Red Cross Soceity secretary, assistant secretary, and physiotherapy staff were present when the donated items were presented. Sh. Ramesh Chaudhary, received the donated items on behalf of the Red Cross Society.

The District Red Cross Society is hereby expressing its gratitude to Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra and wishes for a bright future of the organization. On the request of the Red Cross Society, the Kendra did the activity for the welfare of humanity without any delay.

Deputy Commissioner and Head, District Red Cross Society, Kurukshetra, Haryana

The Punjabi Kesari published a report on the event on 23 April 2021.

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Punjab Kesari on 23 April 2021

‘Red Cross Physiotherapy Centre Equipped With Modern Facilities’
Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra has donated modern machines

Akhil Pilani SDM and others observing the machines in the Red Cross building hall. (caption of the photograph)

Kurukshetra, April 22 (Dhamija): Akhil Pilani, Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM), said that the physiotherapy center of the Red Cross branch has been upgraded with modern services. More than a dozen of these machines have been installed at this center with the help of Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra (VMRK). The people of the city will be benefited with these machines.

He said this at an event held at the Red Cross Bhavan on Thursday. Earlier, the SDM visited all the rooms of the Red Cross and received feedback from the Red Cross Secretary Randeep Singh. During this time, Sh. Ishwar Dass Saggu, VMRK General Secretary, and its volunteers presented around one dozen machines to the SDM for and on behalf of the Red Cross Physiotherapy Center. These machines are worth Rs. one lakh and sixteen thousand.

These machines included 2 transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulators (tens), one interferential therapy, one ultrasonic machine, one short wave diathermy, one lumbar cervical traction, one moist heating pad, one vacuum interferential therapy machine, one muscle stimulator, etc. People will now be able to use them at this center from 9 am to 4 pm. Each user will have to pay a fee of Rs 100 for 10 days to the Red Cross Society.

Thanking the members of the center, the SDM said that the organization has done a commendable job by donating modern machines to the Red Cross Society. The citizens will now be able to use these machines and will be able to maintain their health. He said that other organizations should also take inspiration from VMRK.

Randeep Singh expressed gratitude to the guests and said that VMRK is a charitable and spiritual institution. This organization has donated many machines to the center. The organization will also donate 2 more machines.

Lok Nayak Jai Prakash District Civil Hospital, Kurukshetra

In May 2021, Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra met with staff at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash District Civil Hospital to offer assistance with medical supplies. Dr. S.S Arora, resident medical officer, informed that the hospital needed masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer.

Our volunteers organised the items requested and coordinated with Dr. S.S Arora and Dr. Sarah Aggarwal, master of surgery, to receive the donation of triple layer masks, N-95 masks, gloves, and 500ml bottles of hand sanitizer. Kurukshetra Bhoomi News reported the event on YouTube.

We at the district hospital thank the Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra charitable society that has always been eager to undertake public welfare work. We hope that the society will continue to assist the hospital by way of such charitable activities for the benefit of the patients.

Medical Superintendent Officer, Lok Nayak Jai Prakash District Civil Hospital, Kurukshetra, Haryana

In February 2021, the medical superintendent, Dr. Shalinder Mamgai Shelly, informed that the hospital needed more medical equipment due to the increased patient load. At the same time, he also commended Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra for the high quality medical equipment donated in the past.

In a heartfelt way, Dr. SM Shelly praised the efforts of Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra saying that, “Neither wealth, nor fame, nor big house, nor expensive cars can provide satisfaction to one’s heart. It can only be achieved by selflessly serving the poor and needy.” He continued by saying that Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra is engaged in true selfless service to humanity.

On this ocassion, Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra donated stretchers and wheelchairs to the hospital.

District Civil Hospital heartily thanks and highly appreciates Vishav Manav Ruhani Kendra for its recent as well as past charitable activities and donations for the welfare of humanity, on the request of the hospital so that patients can get proper services. We hope that the society will continue to provide such useful equipment to the hospital for public welfare in future as well.

Dr. SM Shelly, Medical Superintendent, LNJP Civil Hospital, Kurukshetra, Haryana

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