Haleon India partners with Sevamob to launch primary healthcare mobile van in Bengaluru

300+ camps will be run by registered MBBS doctors, and trained nurses across Hosekote, Bengaluru

Bengaluru: Haleon India, the makers of Otrivin, in association with Sevamob (NGO) recently launched primary healthcare mobile van in Hosekote, Bengaluru. The aim of this CSR partnership is to bring positive change in the society and deliver quality healthcare services for all.
The objective of the program is to increase access of primary healthcare services to the communities at grassroot level. Haleon India will be financially supporting the camps under its CSR initiative. This project will focus on identifying respiratory diseases, their diagnosis, and treatment.
Under this program, Sevamob will conduct 22+ free primary healthcare camps every month across Bengaluru’s rural district. Each camp will provide access to primary healthcare services to approximately 80+ patients daily and about 20000+ patients over the next one year. These camps will be run by registered MBBS Doctors and trained nurses, conducting health check-ups on patients. The mobile van will provide free medicines along with rapid point of care blood test if required, as per the doctor’s prescription to the patients visiting the camp.
This program was launched by Shanu Saksena, Haleon India CSR Head, Raj Khemani GCC Head India, Government representatives Manjula M, CHO, Narayan Swami, Vagata high school headmaster, Dr Ankit Aggarwal, Sevamob Director & CMO along with the Sevamob field team.
Speaking on the partnership, Shanu Saksena, Haleon India CSR Head, said, “At Haleon, we strongly believe that every individual has the right to access quality healthcare. Bringing alive our purpose of delivering better everyday health with humanity, we are committed to give back to society, by taking care of the health and well-being of people across the country. We sincerely hope this initiative addresses not only just respiratory issues, but other healthcare challenges as well faced by people in Hosekote. Our heartfelt thanks go to our partners and the dedicated team of experts who have made our vision a reality through their hard work and dedication in the field of healthcare.”
Shelley Saxena, Founder and CEO, Sevamob Ventures Ltd., said “The objective of the program is to increase access to healthcare for communities. We have partnered with Haleon India, to provide free healthcare services to communities. Through this program, we aim to bridge the gaps in healthcare services delivery and provide quality services at the grassroot to ensure healthcare for all.”