Blog By: Riya Rathore
Women’s health refers to the branch of medicine that focuses on the treatment and diagnosis of diseases and conditions that affect a woman’s physical and emotional well-being. Health is an important factor that contributes to human wellbeing and economic growth. Currently, women in India has to face numerous health issues, which ultimately affect the aggregate economy’s output. Addressing the gender, class or ethnic disparities that exist in healthcare and improving the health outcomes can contribute to economic gain through the creation of quality human capital and increased levels of savings and investment. Womens Center has been providing the most comprehensive women’s healthcare needs solution for the last 30 years.
This unit and its back up facilities represent one of the best set up centers in South India. It deals with the entire spectrum of women’s healthcare needs, catering to women in several districts of North Western Tamil Nadu and also serves as a tertiary care referral center for southern Tamilnadu, parts of Kerala and Karnataka. the centers specific areas of expertise are broadly categorized into three areas: Feto-maternal medicine – including high-risk pregnancy care,Reproductive medicine – infertility management through technologies like IVF (test tube babies) and Clinical obstetrics and gynecology. About Women Health Care Clinic Women Health Care Clinic is a General Surgery clinic in Sapna Sangeeta, Indore. The clinic is visited by doctors like Dr. Vandana Bansal. Private hospitals are subjecting women to unnecessary surgery for financial gain, highlighting urgent need for health reform. Profoundly shocking stories are coming out of India about the exploitation of poor, ill-educated or illiterate women at the hands of doctors in private hospitals. Thousands are being given hysterectomies and caesareans that they do not need by doctors and hospitals that can make substantial sums of money out of the operations. They leave women in pain, infirm, unable to work to earn a living and in horrendous debt. Indian women earning just enough to feed themselves and their families cannot go to government clinics because they are too few and far between. The private healthcare market has swept all before it. In 1949, the private sector provided 8% of India’s healthcare facilities. Now, with the unfettered growth permitted by the unquestioning worship of market forces, it accounts for 93% of hospitals and 85% of doctors.The private health sector in India makes a fortune out of health tourism, attracting people from Europe and the US for high-quality care that is cheaper than at home. Meanwhile, the absence of government regulation allows the appalling abuse of the country’s own people.
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