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Family Conveys heartfelt obligation to Chief Minister

Family Conveys heartfelt obligation to Chief Minister

Bhubaneswar, BSKY has become the saviour for poor and helpless. It has provided super speciality clinical care to the poor in the hospitals both inside and outside the State of Odisha.

Miss Divya Seth of village Ambapalli in Bargarh district says, “ My sister Sneha Seth ( 14 years)  suffered from blood cancer since last one year. We treated her in different hospitals. In the process, a woman who got free treatment in Mahatma Gandhi Cancer Hospital and Research Centre atVishakhapatnam through  BSKY card told us about the hospital. Listening from her, we went to the hospital. BSKY officials helped us. We got free admission in the hospital. The doctors did alltests, treatment, and bone marrow transplant free of cost. Now, my sister is well”. She adds, “We are grateful to Chief Minister Sri Naveen Patnaik for BSKYCard,  and doctors of Mahatma Gandhi hospital for their excellent treatment”.

The case of Sneha is not a lone one. As the data shows, around10.51 persons have got free super speciality treatment in private sector hospitals from January to October of the current year through BSKY thereby recording a growth rate of about 219 percent over the last year.  The unique scheme of State Government has brought visible transformation in health service scenario of Odisha.

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