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BMJ, Smile Foundation partner to provide free medical support to poor

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NEW DELHI: British Medical Journal (BMJ) India has announced a charity initiative with Smile Foundation under the ‘Smile Health Camp’ wherein free medical treatment and recovery support is provided to the underserved women and adolescent girls in the society.

BJM, which is celebrating 10 years of operations in South Asia, said, “A part of the support will also be extended to local communities living in NCR Delhi.”

Prashant Mishra, Managing Director-BMJ claimed, “Through its numerous educational initiatives, BMJ has always endeavored to provide high quality, evidence-based resources to clinicians in South Asia.”

He said, “With its continuous support and dedication, BMJ has trained nearly 9000 doctors and received a cumulative of 5000 entries in the BMJ Awards since its launch in 2014. In merely 4 years, the organization has also trained 300+ doctors through its courses in Diabetes & CKD.”

Santanu Mishra, Co-Founder and Executive Trustee, Smile Foundation, said, “India is witnessing a rising demand for immediate medical facilities across urban and rural areas.”

He said, “A mobile healthcare service delivery system is the most practical mechanism that can deliver immediate relief to the needy.”

He stated, “We are thankful to the British Medical Journal for their support in ‘Smile on Wheels’ programme.”

We are pleased to share with you that our partnership has facilitated the delivery of quality healthcare services to the very doorsteps of the needy, besides promoting healthcare awareness among the underprivileged, he added.

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