• Mon. Jun 24th, 2024

Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Howrah salutes city’s Unsung Heroes

NH, Howrah and City Police felicitated civic volunteers Bravery stands out with the right purpose and service to the nation. Our civic volunteers are such brave heroes who persevere with City Police to maintain law and order in the city and promote civic responsibilities, be it traffic control, medical assistance, crowd management etc. To honour such 25 brave hearts recently Narayana Superspeciality Hospital in association with Howrah City Police organised a felicitation programme. One civic volunteer from each of the Police Stations in the city had been selected for their outstanding performance and awarded.
To mark this auspicious occasion Shri Dyutiman Bhattacharya, IPS Deputy Commissioner of Police (HQ), Shri Arnab Biswas, and IPS. Dy. Commissioner of Police (T.P.), Shri C. Sudhakar, IPS Commissioner of Police, HPC, Shri Anupam Singh, IPS Addl. Charge of Deputy Commissioner of Police, Detective Department, HPC, Shri K. Kannan, IPS Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central Divn,) HPC, Smt Pratiksha Jharkhariya, IPS posted as DCP- South Zone, Howrah, WB, Shri Mrityunjay Bandyapadhyay, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Central Division,) were also present in the event.
R. Venkatesh, Regional Director (East), Narayana Health said, “The efforts made by civic volunteers are commendable; they assist with police at the multiple level of management. While city police works 24×7 to ensure safe environment in the city, these brave hearts help them with their passion and dedication for their work.”
Narayana Superspeciality Hospital also undertakes training programs for civic volunteers and police personnel as well. It prepares them for medical emergencies on road and teaches them how to give first aid at the accident spot. Under this training programme they are trained to take right and immediate action at the time of accidents, it includes helping paramedical staff, taking patients to the nearby hospital or in trauma centre at the time of emergency, BLS (Basic Life support) training etc. Not even in regards to accidents rather Narayana Superspeciality Hospital trains them how to help a stroke or heart attack patient if they fall sick in a public place.
Mr. Prateek Jain, Facility Director, Narayana Health, Howrah said, “Our hospital has been witnessing these civic volunteers’ active efforts in bringing patients to the centre as early as possible. They play a vital and undeniable role in saving many lives. It gives us immense pleasure to train them. Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Howrah salutes these heroes and hopes more and more youth join this cause and strengthen our nation.”

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