New Delhi:Jagat Pharma & Dr. Basu Eye Hospital, a trusted name in Ayurvedic healthcare solutions, collaborated with the All India Transporters Welfare Association (AITWA) to organize a special eye care camp for AITWA-associated drivers. In line with their commitment to promoting eye health and to maintain road safety, the camp held at NECC Transport, UP Border aimed to support the National Road Safety Plan.
The camp offered host of activities to benefit the drivers and improve their visual well-being. The camp initiated with comprehensive eye check-ups conducted by skilled optometrists to identify any underlying eye conditions or potential issues that may impact the drivers’ visual well-being and ability to perform their duties safely.
In addition to the check-ups, drivers had the opportunity to consult with experienced eye doctors who provided personalized recommendations based on their individual needs. This one-on-one consultation empowered the drivers with valuable insights and guidance for maintaining optimal eye health.
Dr. Mahender Singh Basu Founder of Jagat Pharma & Dr. Basu Eye Hospital expressed, “Driver safety and well-being are very important to us. The incidences of uncorrected vision problems among drivers have continuously been noted in studies by traffic safety research organisations. A crucial step in reducing traffic accidents is routine vision examinations. We are certain that this programme will significantly improve the safety and performance of drivers while also enhancing their general well-being. With our commitment to non-surgical eye care and holistic healthcare, we work to provide solutions that uphold the greatest standards of quality and innovation. We are honoured to collaborate with AITWA in promoting eye health and ensuring the well-being of drivers.”
The free eye check-up camp had a positive influence on (no. of people) beneficiaries. The project gave them a priceless chance to address suspected eye diseases that could have gone undiscovered otherwise. The study of the drivers’ eye exams revealed a wide range of eye-related conditions, underlining the critical role that such camps play in encouraging early identification and preventative therapy.
AITWA added,”This medical camp has not only enhanced the drivers’ health but also highlighted the value of preventative healthcare practises. We sincerely thank Jagat Pharma for organising this outstanding effort and for their everlasting dedication to the wellbeing of our drivers. The camp’s success is evident that teamwork can make massive impact in protecting the health and safety of our communities.”