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Udaipur: On Army Day (January 15), the brave soldiers of the country made the day memorable by voluntarily participating in a blood donation drive. The trust in the armed forces in the city of Udaipur, especially in the Pacific Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Hospital, is steadily increasing. Once again, Colonel Dr. Yadvendrasingh Yadav, Commanding Officer of the Military Hospital in Udaipur, took the responsibility of organizing a blood donation camp at PIMS Hospital.
Chairman of PIMS Hospital, Ashish Agrawal, stated that the blood units collected from the blood donation camp in honor of Army Day on January 15 will undoubtedly save the life of someone in need. He emphasized that while the military ensures the security of the nation's borders, they also contribute to saving lives by regularly organizing blood donation drives for the public.
During the camp, Colonel Dr. Yadvendrasingh Yadav welcomed Dr. J. K. Chaparwal, Vice-Chancellor of PIMS Hospital, and Dr. Chandra Mathur, Medical Superintendent and Head of the Blood Bank Department, with enthusiasm. Dr. Chaparwal enlightened all the soldiers about the importance of blood donation. The enthusiasm among the soldiers to participate in blood donation was palpable during the camp, with 52 soldiers donating blood, and 10 soldiers registering to donate blood in the future. Dr. Chandra Mathur led the camp, and the efforts of the team, including Dr. Apeksha, Blood Bank Incharge Amita Pujari, Technical Staff Lalaram Gayari, Suresh Gorana, Mukesh Singh, Utkarsh Meghwal, and Pemaram, were commendable.