Nippon Paint, Rotary Club conduct medical camp for painters


A team of 20 doctors including general physicians, ophthalmologists, dermatologists, and ENT specialists from various specialty hospitals rendered their services in the camp

As a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, Nippon Paint (India), Asia’s leading paint manufacturer recently collaborated with Rotary Club of Madras to conduct a free medical camp to provide healthcare support for the painters of Nippon Paint. The medical camp was organised at the Community Hall, Sembakkam, Panchayat Union Office Complex, Chennai. More than 50 people from Sembakkam and nearby localities benefited from this initiative, which is the first of its scheduled camps.

A team of 20 doctors including general physicians, ophthalmologists, dermatologists, and ENT specialists from various specialty hospitals rendered their services in the camp. Patients underwent health check-ups by the team of specialist doctors and were given consultations and medicine free of cost.

Talking about the effort, S Mahesh Anand, President – Nippon Paint (India) (Decorative Division) said, “Nippon Paint has a constant commitment for the overall well-being of all its employees. With the rise in health-related issues and lifestyle changes, regular medical check-ups are crucial for our well-being. We salute the hard work of the volunteer doctors who came forward to support us in our attempt. Having already undertaken a number of community service activities in the areas of health, education, women empowerment and childcare, Nippon Paint will continue to support more such initiatives.”

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