The Breast Cancer Camp and Heart Health Camp witnessed an overwhelming response, with over 1000 workers from the Noida Special Economic Zone availing the much-needed healthcare services. The primary objective for organizing both the camps was to address the healthcare needs of those individuals whose well-being often takes a backseat due to limited access to resources. Recognizing the pressing need for healthcare accessibility in such communities, the IDEMIA India Foundation and NSEZ took proactive steps towards bridging this gap.
The heart health camp offered an array of vital health assessments, including but not limited to blood pressure, ECG, blood sugar tests, and various other heart and general health assessments. For many of the attendees, this was their inaugural experience of receiving professional healthcare services. As a result, several health issues, both minor and major, were identified and addressed. These interventions could potentially save lives by preventing these issues from escalating further.