Pioneering Diagnostic Chain Hosts Blood Donation Camp to Address Chronic Shortages

Volunteers donating blood at City X-Ray & Scan Clinic's blood donation camp.

City X-Ray & Scan Clinic, a trailblazer in diagnostic services in Delhi, hosted a blood donation camp on World Blood Donor Day to combat the alarming blood shortage in India. The event, organized in partnership with Guru Nanak Dev Charitable Blood Centre, brought together 23 altruistic individuals who donated blood.

India faces an acute scarcity of blood, with a person requiring blood every two seconds. The lack of availability causes over 12,000 fatalities daily. Recognizing the criticality of this issue, City X-Ray & Scan Clinic leveraged its position in the healthcare community to advocate for the importance of blood donation and the imperative for safe transfusion practices.

Dr. Aakaar Kapoor, CEO and Lead Medical Advisor at City X-Ray & Scan Clinic, expressed profound gratitude to the donors. He emphasized the life-saving importance of blood donation and the necessity of adhering to safety protocols. Donors, which included the clinic’s staff, were enlightened about blood donation’s significance and were lauded with certificates of appreciation.

Blood donations not only save lives but also contribute to improved health outcomes for recipients. The access to safe blood is vital in reducing mortality rates and elevating patients’ quality of life.

City X-Ray & Scan Clinic has been an authority in diagnostics for over three decades. Founded by Dr. Ravi Kapoor and Dr. Sunita Kapoor in 1993, the clinic is a NABL and NABH-certified facility, boasting state-of-the-art equipment for Radiology and Pathology services.

This blood donation camp marks City X-Ray & Scan Clinic’s continued commitment to excellence and community service, shedding light on the importance of blood donations and safe practices in India.


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