By Chioma Obinna
On this year’s International Women’s Day, a multi-specialty hospital, Vedic Lifecare Hospital, has called for women friendly health policies that will ensure better health for every woman in the world even as it commences free screening for breast cancers including free gynaecological consultation for a month.“
To mark this year’s, Vedic Lifecare lends its voice in advocating gender parity.
Speaking during the flag off of its free health programme in Lagos, the Centre Manager, Saurav Kumar said: “This year’s messages are filled with a strong call to action inviting women to press forward and push for progress through different social media platforms and Vedic Lifecare lends its voice in advocating gender parity.”
He said Vedic constantly ensures the workplace is inclusive and conducive for female employees and guests alike. “The hospital boasts of having more female employees occupying roles that vary and challenge the norm.
So it was no surprise that it had a befitting celebration at the hospital. This only lends further credence to its message which revolves around the value and power of women alongside how deserving they are of every chance to pursue and achieve their dreams.
“Vedic women have a lot to say in motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive,” he noted.“He said with the wellbeing of women at the forefront of its mind, Vedic ensures that healthcare services are easily accessible, available and affordable for all women.“
He explained the ongoing month long free health screening for women was kicked off with the promotional offer of 50 percent discount on mammogram, papsmear and breast scan tests plus a free gynecology consultation running till the 31st March 2018.“
Earlier, the a Consultant Gynaecologist/Laporoscopic Surgeon, Infertility Specialist, Dr. Sarfaraz Salgae explained that over 350 coupons have been sent out to churches, mosques.