Mega Health Camp Organised by Apsara Reddy and Her Good Deeds Club

Valasaravakkam & Saligramam, June 25, 2024 — In a significant step towards promoting public health, Apsara Reddy and her Good Deeds Club successfully organised a Mega Health Camp, benefiting over 500 residents from lower-income groups in the Valasaravakkam and Saligramam areas. The event was graced by the presence of Mrs.Suma Harris Jayaraj and Dr. Pramila from the ECR Rotary Club, who collaborated with Apsara to make this camp a grand success.

The health camp, which took place on June 24, 2024, offered a range of free medical services, including general health check-ups, specialized consultations, and essential health screenings. This initiative aimed to address the health needs of underserved communities, ensuring they receive quality healthcare without financial burden.

Apsara Reddy, known for her philanthropic efforts, expressed her commitment to continuing such initiatives across Tamil Nadu.

She emphasized the importance of public health as a cornerstone for the growth of an economy and the overall happiness of its people. “Public health is essential to the growth of an economy and ensuring happiness. Economic hardships often make people neglect their health concerns, which need to be prioritised. We are dedicated to bridging this gap and making healthcare accessible to all,” said Apsara Reddy.

Mrs.Suma Harris Jayaraj and Dr. Pramila echoed Apsara’s sentiments, highlighting the crucial role of community support in improving public health outcomes. Their involvement brought significant attention and resources to the camp, enhancing its reach and impact.

The Good Deeds Club, under the leadership of Apsara Reddy, plans to organize more health camps across the state, targeting various communities in need. This ongoing effort is expected to create a substantial positive impact on the health and well-being of many residents, promoting a healthier and more prosperous Tamil Nadu.

About Apsara Reddy and the Good Deeds Club

Apsara Reddy is a renowned social activist and politician dedicated to various philanthropic causes. The Good Deeds Club, founded by Apsara, focuses on providing support and resources to underserved communities through various initiatives, including health camps, educational programs, and social welfare projects. the camp also featured a free blood testing vehicle, scan centre and even pharmacy where everyone was given free medicines. Dentists, eye doctors, paediatricians and gynaecologists were at the camp.

Author: ADmiNIstRAtoR