Motherhood Hospital conducts cleanliness drive in Noida
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Motherhood Hospital conducts cleanliness drive in Noida

Doctors, hospital staff contribute to PM's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Motherhood Hospital conducts cleanliness drive in Noida Motherhood Hospital, Noida conduct cleanliness drive

Noida: Doctors of Motherhood Hospital, a leading mother and child care hospital, conducted a cleanliness drive in Noida residential areas of Sector 48 Saturday morning. The hospital staff and doctors took pledge to keep the environment clean.

According to the hospital, the drive was organised to spread the message about the importance of hygiene and cleanliness for a healthier nation. This drive was a step towards encouraging doctors, healthcare institutions, hospitals and healthcare companies to promote better health and hygiene through such platforms.

The hospital administration said this is a social responsibility to increase the green cover in the city and promote Prime Minister's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. The hospital said it is committed to improving the health of the city. The initiative was led by Dr Neetu Singh, Consultant, Gynaecology, Motherhood Hospital.

Motherhood Hospital employes take part in cleanliness drive
Motherhood Hospital employees take part in the cleanliness drive

Dr Singh said, “We put a lot of stress on healthy practices and lifestyle improvements. However, if our cities are not clean, how can the residents stay healthy? Keeping our cities clean and hygienic can help us fight communicable diseases and keep our children healthy. Unlike what many of us like to believe, it is not just the responsibility of the administration to ensure hygiene and cleanliness, it is the responsibility of each one of us.”

Motherhood Women and Children’s Hospital network is India’s leading single-specialty chain with 12 hospitals across 8 cities. The network has more than 1,000 specialist doctors associated with it who provide clinical services in Gynecology, Obstetrics, IVF, Neonatology, and Pediatrics.

More than 25,000 healthy babies have been born in the Motherhood network and 5,000 babies have graduated hail and hearty from the 150 specialised Neonatal Intensive Care beds (NICU) of the network.