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#International Nurses Day

The theme for the 2022 resource is Nurses: A Voice to Lead – Invest in Nursing and respect rights to secure global health, focusing on the need to protect, support, and invest in the nursing profession to strengthen health systems around the world.

Noon Hospital celebrated International Nurse’s Day & heartfelt gratitude towards all the nurses and midwives for the selfless care that they do, even in such uncertain times.

#Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family or individual, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.

In 2008, Lord Noon opened the Noon Hospital and Research Centre, a hundred-bed facility, This stands as his legacy to the people of Rajasthan in memory of his beloved mother. As the essence of this thought Noon Hospital- is MANYATA Accreditation By implementing FOGSI-MANYATA standards and getting this certification, The Noon Hospital is recognized for its excellence in Maternity Care.
As Healthy and Secure Mother delivers the forthcoming generations of the country.

The Foundation Day of Bhawani Mandi

Today, the People of Bhawani Mandi are celebrating the Foundation Day of their city Bhawani Mandi with great joy and enthusiasm. Today aristocratic & cultural programs are being organized in the city and people are celebrating this festival with great pleasure. Bhawani Mandi is a town and a municipality in the Jhalawar district in the state of Rajasthan, India. Bhawani Mandi is also known as “The Orange City of Rajasthan” and there is the second largest Orange Market in India after Nagpur, Maharashtra.

Bhawani Mandi railway station is divided between two states, viz. Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The northern part of the platform is in the Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, and the southern part is in the Jhalawar district of Rajasthan. It is a border town of Rajasthan.

Bhawani Mandi was established by Bhawani Singh in the year 1910, ruler of Jhalawar state when the railway passed through this state. The town was developed when some of the richest families of the region were invited to come and settle here. This turned the ancient garrison into a bustling town and soon it became the principal market town of the southeast region.
Noon Hospital is a contributor to upgrading the socio-economic status of the people of Bhawani Mandi and nearby areas by employing more than 160 employees.
Previously on the request from Vyapar Mahasangh, we have ensured Tuesday and Wednesday FREE OPD during 9AM-12PM.

Also on this auspicious day, taking celebrations further and kind request received from Vayapar Mahasangh for the people, Managing Trustee Madam Zeenat Noon Harnal announced to provide 100% subsidy on OPD Consultant Fee of Rs.200/- from Tuesday to Friday every week from 9 am to 12 pm. 4 days free service will be available from 3rd May 2022.

Today Noon Hospital CEO Debabrata Mukherjee, Operation Head Isha Bhatnagar and PR Head Pratap Singh Jhala and whole team of Noon Hospital presented approval letter to the Vyapar Mahasangh President Preetpal Singh, Hiralal Ji Vijawat, Deepak Ji Soni, Kamal Ji Sureka, Prakash Ji Guptaji CA, Sandesh Porwal and Sunit Dixit.

Noon Hospital wish toy all good health and happiness!

#WorldMalariaDay

World Malaria Day is marked on April 25 of every year. The Day highlights the requirement for continued investment and constant political commitment to malaria prevention and control.
This year, World Malaria Day 2022’s theme is, “We can conquer this terrible illness and enhance people’s livelihood and wellbeing by looking to these nations as an example.”

Noon Hospital also helps to keep clean the environment, we get the clean our premises with greenery and don’t spread wastewater in any other open sources like rivers & ponds

Noon Hospital regularly organizes prevention and health Check-up programs in the society, by which people can be aware of their health and prevents their life before any harmful diseases so that we can make a better environment & society.

#WorldEarthDay

Earth, our mother nature and everything related to it is so beautiful.

Earth Day is celebrated annually on 22 April. The Earth Day 2022 theme is ‘Invest in Our Planet’. The key point here is to act in a bold way, innovate in a broad way, and implement in an equitable manner. It is to show support for environmental protection and raise awareness about the climate crisis.
Noon Hospital’s Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP) eliminates Pollution, Care Mother Earth, and Save Lives.

Around us, pharmaceuticals, radionuclides, disinfectants, and solvents are used in every hospital for treating patients, medical activities, and research, and hospital wastewater contaminate our natural ecosystem which results in overall environmental damages and major human health issues across the world. Noon Hospital always takes various initiatives to prevent environmental damages and save humans, animals, plants, and all lives living around and with us. A sewage Treatment Plant (STP) for treatment and neutralization of all wastewaters to CARE MOTHER EARTH and save humans, animals, and plants. We recycle and reuse water for gardening, cleaning, and some washing purposes.

Noon Hospital Celebrated Ambedkar Jayanti

Father of the Constitution of India Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born on April 14, 1891, and to pay homage to his contribution to India, Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated annually on April 14th.

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was a politician, economist, philosopher, anthropologist, and social reformer who fought for the rights of the Dalit community by raising his voice against the Indian caste system. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was the chief architect of the constitution of India who also stood for women and Labor rights.

The Ambedkar Jayanti holds significance because it draws attention to the caste-based bigotry that persists in our society 75 years after independence.

We commemorate Babasaheb’s contribution to the upliftment of the underprivileged by commemorating the day. Ambedkar drafted the Indian constitution that guarantees equal rights to all citizens, regardless of caste, creed, religion, race, or culture.

#WorldHealthDay

The Theme of 2022 World Health Day is “Our Planet Our Health “

Health is our most basic human right and one of the most important indicators of sustainable development. On this World Health Day, lets us all pledge to make our planet a healthier place for our coming generations.
Awareness of Global diseases can help affect the overall health of society.
As Anaemia is a serious global public health problem that particularly affects young children and pregnant women. WHO estimates that 42% of children less than 5 years of age and 40% of pregnant women worldwide are anaemic.

Anaemia- Rajasthan- India

Anaemia in pre-school (6-59 months) children puts them at risk of having an adverse impact on their physical and mental growth. In anaemic children, the heart must work excessively as the oxygen supply to the blood remains affected due to it. Severe anaemia can lead to death.
In women aged 15-19 years, anaemia has gone up from 54.1% to 59.1%. The rising prevalence of anaemia in adolescents and young women is a major cause of concern as it increases the risks of complications in pregnancies and enhances the chances of birth of anaemic babies. Due to this IMR (infant mortality rate) and MMR (maternity mortality rate) are very high in India.

This can be minimised with proper education & awareness programs for women and children which can bring down the prevalence of anaemia.
The prevalence has increased from 58.6% to 67.1%, a massive jump of 8.5%. Despite a lot of programmes launched by the Centre and state governments for improving nutritional levels in children, the prevalence of anaemia has gone up drastically among preschool children.

Noon Hospital & Research Centre encourage people of this area and particularly people of rural Rajasthan to improve the quality of nutrition among girls, women, mother, and child to prevent related diseases so maternal mortality and infant mortality.

Also considering the global environment and health issues, it is important that we keep our soil, water, air, and environment free from hazards and pollution caused by humans constantly and round the clock.

Let’s make our Rajasthan our health, it is contributing to global health.

Health.Hope.

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