26th May 2012:
Launching its third major service project less than a month after Paramahamsa Nithyananda’s coronation as 293rd pontiff of Madurai Aadheenam, Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam along with Madurai Aadheenam is hosting a joint free weekend multi-specialty medical camp on 26th & 27th May at the Madurai Aadheenam premises. The camp offers free consultation, diagnosis, check-up and medicines. The specialties at this camp, which is being hosted at an expense of Rs.5 lakh (Rs.500,000/-) include dentistry, ophthalmology, gynecology, pediatrics, ENT & orthopedics, among others. Over 50 doctors and specialists, all of whom are initiated disciples of H.H. Paramahamsa Nithyananda, will be volunteering their services at the camp, which is expected to cater to around 2000 patients.
Inauguration & Press Meet:Following the inauguration of the medical camp by lighting the sacred lamp, the two pontiffs of Madurai Aadheenam Srila Sri Arunagirinatha Sri Jnanasambanda Desika Paramacharya Swamigal and H.H. Paramahamsa Nithyananda jointly addresses the media.
Paramahamsa Nithyananda stated that the two-day free medical camp will be held every fortnight at Madurai Aadheenam. Equipped with the latest diagnostic machines, including auto-refractometer, ultrasound & ECG, glucometers for blood sugar monitoring etc., the camp will offer professional services, including door-to-door free services in case of patients requiring surgery. A separate area has been earmarked on the Madurai Aadheenam premises to set up a facility for the fortnightly camp. In upcoming camps, the services would be expanded to include siddha, homeopathy, ayurveda and natural medicine.
Free 24-hour dialysis clinic: With the donation of 47 dialysis machines costing Rs. 600,000 each by two Canadian doctors who are followers of Paramahamsa Nithyananda, a free 24-hour dialysis clinic catering to nearly 250 people a day will be set up in the city shortly, to service the large numbers of renal failure cases occurring in Madurai due to the excessively hard water in the region. A 300-bed hospital and outpatient unit is also being planned at another location in the city. Unfortunately, the property is currently illegally occupied by one Narasu’s Coffee, whose owner is not only refusing to vacate, but is challenging Madurai Aadheenam to a fight. A few such individuals are stopping thousands from availing of these charitable services, noted Paramahamsa Nithyananda.
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