Kanpur Branch of Indian Medical Association announces free online consultation amid COVID surge

The IMA stated that it will provide free online consultation by super speciality & speciality doctors in wake of the pandemic rise

In a bid to strengthen the overall healthcare infrastructure, the Kanpur wing of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has started a special online consultation service. The facility has digitally deployed its super speciality and speciality doctors to provide free counsel to patients reporting diseases, complications and emergencies, other than COVID-19. People can now avail of this medical aid from their homes, as they adhere to COVID restrictive protocols and other norms.

Schedule of the consultation service

IMA Kanpur has undertaken this noble initiative of providing free consultation under the presidentship of Dr. Neelam Mishra and Secretary Dr. Dinesh Singh Sachan. The Association has also listed a schedule for different specialists throughout the day, for the benefit of the patients. Names and contact information has also been provided, check the list here:

Name of the Doctor Speciality Time of CallingPhone number
Dr Neelam Mishra
Obst & Gynae10 AM to 12 noon9307831529
Dr Shiva K MisraGeneral & Laparoscopic
10 AM to 12 noon9307831529
Dr Nandani RastogiMedicine Diabetalogist &
12:30 PM to 2:30 PM9305891548
Dr Sanjay Rastogi Orthopaedic Surgeon12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
Dr Nidhika Paediatrician 12 noon to 3 PM
0Dr R.N. Chaurasia Paediatrician 12 noon to 3 PM
Dr Dinesh Sachan Cancer Specialist 12 noon to 3 PM8840386602
Dr Archana BhaduriaNephrologist12 noon to 7 PM9838566664

Patients need to ensure that they call during the indexed time slots only, to avail of the special consultation at the right time.

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