Access to quality healthcare is a crucial concern that cannot be ignored. For me, this issue hit particularly close to home since I grew up in a poverty-stricken family that lacked basic necessities. Through my experiences, I came to understand that education and health are the most significant factors in empowering society. It was this realization that motivated me to establish the Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) at Bhubaneswar, with the aim of providing quality healthcare services to all members of society.
On this World Health Day, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all doctors, nurses, paramedical staff and all others who tirelessly work to safeguard our well-being. The COVID-19 pandemic was a stark reminder of the need for a robust healthcare delivery system that can effectively address such crises. During this difficult time, KIMS provided exceptional treatment to patients in the state.
Since its inception, KIMS has revolutionized healthcare services in Odisha and the neighbouring regions, anchored on a genuine desire to promote a healthy society and provide advanced medical care. Our institution is committed to fulfilling the objectives of the World Health Organization (WHO) by promoting health, ensuring global safety, and serving vulnerable populations.
As the WHO celebrates its 75th anniversary, let us renew our efforts to guarantee the well-being of all. This milestone is an opportunity to acknowledge the significant public health advancements made over the past seven decades and to motivate action to tackle current and future health challenges.
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The pandemic made us realise that overall well-being (physical and mental fitness) is of utmost importance in our life.
World Health Day is celebrated every year on April 7 to call attention to health concerns that affect people all over the world.
World Health Day is also the birth anniversary of the World Health Organisation (WHO) which was founded in 1948 and this year marks the 75th founding anniversary of WHO.
This year, the theme for World Health Day is ‘Health for All’.
The theme aims at providing an opportunity for the world to reflect on public health triumphs that have helped improve people’s quality of life during the last 75 years.
It is worth mentioning that KIMS was founded by Dr Achyuta Samanta Sir for taking care of Health of all with affordable cost.
All modern medical facilities are now available for Patients.