“Fourteen years ago, I lost my husband to kidney failure. During such times of painfulness, I learnt to stand by him like a warrior. Along with it, I acquired a great deal of knowledge concerning the kind of process hospitals have, the kind of tests a patient has to go through. I am a teacher by profession. Every opportunity that comes my way in regard to helping someone in need, has always been my top priority.
I’ve actively associated myself with various public service activities. I try to provide immediate assistance for pregnant women. I try to guide people who require help with health complications. I assist patients who require treatment away from our hometown, Bodhan, Nizamabad. I’ve built a great network of doctors and hospitals in Hyderabad. I have been working with hospitals like Gandhi and Niloufer for the past fifteen years. So, if there is an emergency, I ensure that the patient is evacuated in the shortest possible time to Hyderabad in an ambulance. And help them get their treatment at an affordable price. In one such incident, I visited Hyderabad during Eid this year. I assisted an eight-month-old baby girl to one of the hospitals in the city. She underwent multiple scans because of the complications she had. But in the end, her surgery was successful and now she is hale and hearty.
In the present times of terror, pregnant mothers are suffering the most. Most of them are losing their child without proper delivery at the proper time. Lending a hand, especially to those mothers is one of the key services I provide. With my well-built connection, I make sure the pregnant mothers get the right treatment. I make sure the mother and the baby are safe and healthy amid the rising pandemic cases.
The pandemic has brought a deep-rooted fear of death. Along with providing medical assistance to the patients, I also provide service in case of death in the family. I ensure the body reaches the patient’s family, safely. I make sure the final rites are performed accordingly without any delay during the cremation.
I have closely been associated with covid patients since last year. The recovery rate was comparatively higher in 2020 than in 2021. Now is the time for us to be vigilant and make sure we cooperate with one another.”