New Launch
FIT Maharashtra - Balloon Festival - At Gateway Of India, Mumbai
  • Date : Thursday 7th April
  • Timing : 8 Am To 9:30 Am
Join The Global Health Awareness Revolution! FIt Maharashtra Balloon Festival
On World Health Day

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FIT Maharashtra - Balloon Festival

Medscape India after completing successful program which started 8 yrs. back with huge success supported by our honorable Prime Minister now Collaborating with Maharashtra Health Department, we have initiated this program under the leadership of Honorable CM Uddhav Thackeray & Health Minister Rajesh Tope with successful intervention of Fit Maharashtra.

Medscape India proudly announces a one-of-its-kind Fitness Festival to create awareness among individuals for Fitness and Good Health.

Along with the common people, Healthcare workers from all disciplines will gather at the historic Gateway of India and create history by releasing balloons in the three colours of our tricolour, attaching positive quotes of hope, aspirations and global well-being.We invite you to come and be a part of this historic event and help promote the message of POSITIVITY and HAPPINESS.

Even if you cannot come to the event, you can tie three white, orange and green colour balloons with your message and release them in the sky at the given time and be a part of our effort to create global peace and harmony.


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About Chairperson Dr.Sunita Dube

The Indian Healthcare sector currently represents a 2000 Crore industry. While this growth of healthcare sector in India is an upbeat achievement, government has also initiated various welfare measures to enable citizen’s access to affordable and reliable health services.

To be fair, Disease Control Programs have shown considerable improvements. Polio is near elimination and diseases like tuberculosis, neonatal tetanus, measles and even HIV have shown decreasing trends.Yet, India’s healthcare spend is less than half the global average in percentage terms when compared on a “percent of GDP” basis. Efforts are on to evaluate incidences of leprosy. Malaria continues to be a challenge. A number of newly emerging diseases like H1N1 have made it essential for us to strengthen surveillance and epidemic response capacities.

While the private sector has evolved a multi-pronged approach to increase accessibility and penetration with new delivery models such as day-care centre’s, single specialty hospitals, end-of-life care centre’s, to address specific needs; the public sector is keen on encouraging private investment in the healthcare sector and is now developing Public – Private Partnerships.