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HCL Foundation adds eight new mobile health clinics in Uttar Pradesh

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Aims to benefit 2.5 lakh people a year, providing free health services at their doorstep

HCL Foundation flagged-off eight new mobile health clinics in eight blocks of Hardoi district in Uttar Pradesh recently. This initiative is part of HCL Samuday- a program of HCL Foundation working towards creating a scalable and replicable development model for rural India. The clinics will provide free-of-cost healthcare services to the rural community at their doorstep; offer medical consultations with an on-field MBBS doctor, lab diagnostics (if required), counseling on maintaining good health and distribution of medicines.

The eight blocks where these services will be extended include Ahrori, Bilgram, Bharawan, Madhoganj, Mallawan, Sandila, Sursa, and Tandiyawan in Hardoi district. This initiative has the potential to benefit close to 2.5 lakh people per year.

As part of its healthcare interventions, HCL Samuday has introduced various programs in Hardoi district. Some of these include upgrading defunct primary healthcare systems, setting up telemedicine centers, skilling health workers, and improving healthcare infrastructure at district health facility to name a few.

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