Lucknow Branch of IMA restarts helpline numbers for medical consultation amid COVID surge

IMA has restarted the medical helpline numbers in Lucknow.

In a bid to provide medical services and treatment to all, the Lucknow wing of the Indian Medical Association has decided to restart its medical helpline numbers in view of the resurgence of the coronavirus infection. This decision has been taken on an appeal of the Urban Development Minister, as mentioned in the issued circular. Besides being an essential medical aid, it will also spread awareness among people about maintaining optimum social distance and staying indoors.

Index of Helpline numbers:

With the rapid rise of cases in Lucknow, several hospitals have been turned into dedicated COVID facilities, making it difficult for patients dealing with other health diseases and disorders, to seek medical attention. Therefore, on an appeal of the Urban Development Minister, the IMA has augmented a panel of specialists to restart its helpline numbers for the benefit of such patients. People can reach out to specialists at the following numbers:

Name, specialisationContact Number
Dr JK Bansal, Ophthalmologist
Dr Rahabar Ansari, ENT Specialist 9839096242
Dr Alok Gupta, Rheumatologist 9450396006
Dr Hari Om Gupta, Surgery9452238261
Dr Shashwat Saxena, Psychiatrist6394992633
Dr Priyasarshi Srivastava 9703533694
Dr Shilpi Chauhan, Obs & Gynaecologist 8172851955
Dr Juned Ahamad, Gastroenterologist 7835056104
Dr Awadh Kapoor, Physician7388824477
Dr Saniya Rauf, Genral Practiotioner 8874385312

The aforementioned services will be provided for free, the order read and will be available for 4 hours a day, from 10 AM to 2 PM only. Patients are requested to call within the operational hours only.

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