Medical diagnosis will be accessible and free to people across the island over the coming weeks as Apollo Bramwell Hospital gears up to mark World Health Day in a grand way. With the support of Bramer Banking Corporation and leading insurance provider, BAI Co. (Mtius) Ltd, a multidisciplinary team of Apollo Bramwell Hospital including doctors and nurses, specialists in cardiology, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and internal medicine will offer free screening camps in four towns/villages. The programme will kick off in Quatre Bornes, at the offices of Bramer Bank on Saturday April 7, from 9am to 4pm.
Over the following weekends, the medical team will visit other parts of the island:
According to Mrs Valerie Rawat, CEO at Apollo Bramwell, prevention and accessibility to advanced healthcare are essential to contain the prevalence of non-communicable diseases in Mauritius. “The aim of bringing a multidisciplinary team to the people is to provide them with the best screening facilities and ensure the early detection and treatment of a wide range of diseases. Thousands of lives have been saved since the opening of Apollo Bramwell thanks to the availability of advanced medical services that were previously inexistent in Mauritius,” explains Valerie Rawat, CEO of Apollo Bramwell Hospital. As part of the World Health Day events, Apollo Bramwell is also offering discounted screening packages. For instance, advanced cardiac screening will be accessible as from Rs3000 per person.
Jane and I wanted to thank you so much for the care you and your colleagues took of Jane whist in Mauritius. Everything went well and Prakash did a great job of getting us to your clinic and back over the 6 dialysis days. We had a wonderful holiday and our children and grandchildren plus the other family all enjoyed it enormously. Best wishes to you all
Andrew and Jane Stewart