Event Details

Blood Donation Camp in GHS-IMR 2022

On December 3rd, last Saturday, GHS-IMR held a blood donation camp. The medical staff from Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College and HDFC Bank collaborated to organize the camp. An announcement was given to the public before the camp was set up, explaining why it was being set up. Faculty, staff, and students were invited to donate their blood so that it may be used by the needy yet financially disadvantaged. Five doctors and ten medical students made up the medical team. There were many people there, notably young folks.

Rahul Goyal, Director of GHS-IMR, lit a lamp in honor of Goddess Saraswati to start the session. Each student takes the initiative to donate blood and assist others in need. All of the individuals arriving to donate blood were lined up while the medical students were seated in remote locations.

After the donation procedure was complete, a top physician delivered a speech intended to inspire. He congratulated us everyone and gave us encouragement by outlining the advantages of blood donation. According to the doctor, giving blood is good for our health as well as those in need. Because it causes our liver to produce more blood, this is the cause.

Helping the underprivileged made the volunteers feel good about themselves. Outsiders were also welcomed for this reason, in addition. Many people voluntarily donated their blood. Everyone was grateful for the chance to take part in this activity.

From every volunteer, the doctors collected more than 200 units of blood. In accordance with the program’s objective to save the lives of those in need, the collected blood was donated to the blood bank. Students who gave blood felt tremendous joy and fulfillment after doing such a noble deed for humanity.

For all of the volunteers, fresh juices were also provided so they wouldn’t feel worn out after giving blood. Dr. Shekhar Trivedi thanked everyone for their involvement in the closing minutes and pledged to routinely participate in such programs.