Cancer detection vehicles donated to Tata Hospital

RC Dombivli Midtown, RID 3142, through a CSR grant of ₹35 lakh from Bharat Petroleum Corporation has donated a 25-seater bus and a Mahindra Bolero to the Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) in Khopoli, an industrial city in the ­Raigad district of Maharashtra.

PDG Balkrishna Inamdar with members of RC Dombivli Midtown after handing over the two vehicles to the Tata Memorial Centre, Khopoli.

While the Bolero will carry 6–7 doctors and support staff to rural areas around Khopoli and Khalapur, a small town, to hold cancer detection camps, the bus will transport people with cancer symptoms from their ­villages, along with their caretakers, to major hospitals for further tests
and treatment.

The formal handing over of the vehicles was held in March 2024 at the TMC, Kharghar, in Navi ­Mumbai, in the presence of hospital director Dr Rajesh Dixit, PDG Dr Balkrishna Inamdar, district secretary Manoj Patil, AG Shailesh Gupte, and RC Navi Mumbai Sunrise president Shekhar Chilana.

Around 80,000 people are expected to be screened for cancer over a period of five years through these two vehicles.

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