Nalgonda: Health inner circle held for women cops
Nalgonda: District Superintendent of Police, Apoorva Rao acknowledged the immense insistency and health issues that police officers face up to in their duties. She advised police personnel and their families to be aware of their health and select precautionary measures to stick around conform to shape or size.
In an endeavor to bread and butter this causal agent, a health inner circle for women police and women members of police families was organised by Neelagiri Indian Medical Association, Gynecology Doctors Association, and Lions Club Sneha at the police ceremonial procession evidence in Nalgonda.
SP Apoorva Rao spoke on the time of a particular event and highlighted the that both police officers and their families are under immense insistency owed to their duties, which often leads to illnesses. “Health camps such as these are necessary to help police officers identify their health status and take appropriate measures,” he said.
As many as 500 women utilised the health inner circle. Hemoglobin, thyroid, refined sugar, cardiology, pelt, and gynecological tests were conducted for the women who attended the inner circle, and the doctors provided suggestions.
As a component of the programme, CPR preparation was given to the personnel to assistant the persons in crisis.
SP Apoorva Rao appreciated the efforts of the Indian Medical Association, Gynecology Association, and Lions Sneha Club for taking the first step to conduct a health inner circle for women of police families and women police.