Bangalore December, 2017: Marking the anniversary of Creation, a dedicated centre for assisted reproduction and fertility treatments, Fortis Hospital Bannerghatta Road celebrated the occasion with the kids of Desire Society. Desire Society is the NGO with an objective of health development and well-being of children infected and affected with HIV and AIDS in India.
Dr Manisha Singh, Consultant Gynecologist and IVF Specialist Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta Road said,
“Team creation has successfully treated numerous sub fertile couples but there is always a small percentage of cases that do not succeed and then move towards adoption of a child. Today we wish to raise awareness about these little abandoned delightful kids who are an important part of our society. It was a wonderful opportunity to spend time with them and cherish them during this festive season of Christmas.”
Dr Manish Mattoo, Zonal Director, Fortis Hospitals, Bangalore said, “Fortis Hospitals has always been committed towards community and educating people about healthy living. Children are the future of society and need best nurturing. Admiring the services of Desire Society towards children, we celebrated our happiness with the kids and look forward to more such opportunities.”
Mr Subhash Vice President of DESIRE Society said, “Events such as these will create more openness in the areas of HIV and AIDS and it will make children feel accepted in the society.”
Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta road dedicated the day to kids by organising fun games/quiz, live music session, cake cutting ceremony and a small interactive session on health and hygiene to educate them.
About Fortis Healthcare Limited:
Fortis Healthcare Limited is a leading integrated healthcare delivery service provider in India. The healthcare verticals of the company primarily comprise hospitals, diagnostics and day care specialty facilities. Currently, the company operates its healthcare delivery services in India, Dubai, Mauritius and Sri Lanka with 45 healthcare facilities (including projects under development), approximately 10,000 potential beds and 368 diagnostic centres.