State of art life saving ambulance donated by patient recovered from illness at Sayaji hospital
Said don't need to ask someone to do a good job
Suryakant Shah, director of one of the city's renowned educational institutions, has been undergoing spinal treatment at the hospital for the past few days. He was discharged from the hospital yesterday and on Thursday done a noble work for the society.
He along with family, including his son Vivek, donated a state-of-the-art life-saving ambulance equipped with a bipap ventilator, which will be very useful in transporting patients suffering from corona to Sayaji Hospital. Accepting it gladly, the officer on special duty, Dr. Vinod Rao lauded the donor family's spirit for their contribution towards promotion of health care.
Suryakantbhai said that he was thinking about how to be helpful in the fight against covid. With the advice of friends he implemented the idea of making this highly advanced ambulance available for the needy patients.
In the meantime he had to enter for spinal treatment during which this health guard vehicle came to his family. He was discharged from the hospital on Wednesday and his son Vivek informed that the ambulance had arrived. So without any delay they donated it to Sayaji Hospital for saving the lives of patients.
This is an attempt to repay the debt owed by the society. Is there any Need to ask someone to do a good and socially useful job? He expressed great satisfaction with such a sharp question.
His family friend Dr. O.B. Belim said that he has done this inspiring and noble work by celebrating his son's birthday. From the beginning of the epidemic, his desire was to help save the lives of patients, which he has accomplished by providing a state-of-the-art medical van worth Rs 15 lakh. He is a good singer and music lover.
On this occasion, members of the Shah family, advisor Dr. Minu Patel, Medical Superintendent Dr. Ranjan Aiyar and Administrative Nodal Officer O.B. Belim were present and appreciated the effort.