Sevabhav Means Many Different Things To us
And once in a while, we, as a race, face difficult crisis on a scale that is unprecedented. It's during these trying times that we, as a company, have to come together and show our Sevabhav as one collective body. One such instance was the recent earthquake in Nepal.
Though possibly the biggest tragedy that the brave nation has faced in its recent history, all of us, at Max decided to help in every way we could. We sent medical teams and supplies that benefitted over 1,100 people directly and thousands more indirectly viz. drugs and medicines that were distributed in the immediate aftermath. Our team was constantly engaged to serve people in the worst affected areas around Kathmandu and all the way to the further reaches around Dolakha.
To look back on this natural disaster, we created 8 medical camps over 6 days, including 2 camps in the most affected Dolakha region.Our team travelled over 500 kms within Nepal to offer free medical support. They conducted minor procedures on the road and donated medicines to three hospitals and medical centres so much so that our Doctors and Nurses even walked to treat patients at their own homes, when the patients were unable to come to the camps.
We learnt a lot from the entire experience, more than anything, we learnt how fragile life is and we must do all that we can and show the true spirit of Sevabhav to overcome such tragedies. Max salutes the nation of Nepal for its resilient spirit in the most troubled times.
Dr. Rajesh Chand, Dr. Gaurav Gupta, Dr. Anurag Gupta, Shyam Santosh, Jince Thomas, Robins K Thomas, Jibin Mon - Nursing Department, Himanshu Tyagi - General Manager & Business Head - Diagnostics, Samadh Choudhary - Executive - Sales and Marketing