Chennai, October 19th, 2023— Kauvery Hospital Vadapalani, a unit of Kauvery Group of Hospitals, a leading multispecialty healthcare chain in Tamil Nadu, launched the Adult Vaccination Program, aimed at promoting and facilitating the immunization of adults in the community. The program was inaugurated by Thiru Karunanithi J, Hon’ble MLA T Nagar Constituency, in a significant step towards ensuring the health and well-being of the community.
As the world continues to grapple with the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and other preventable diseases, the importance of adult vaccination cannot be overstated. Kauvery Hospital Vadapalani recognizes the critical role vaccines play in safeguarding individuals, families, and the broader community from potentially severe and life-threatening illnesses.
Thiru Karunanithi, MLA of T Nagar Constituency, emphasized the significance of adult vaccination, saying, “Vaccination is a powerful tool to protect individuals and communities from a range of preventable diseases. I commend Kauvery Hospital Vadapalani for taking the initiative to launch this Adult Vaccination Program, which is a significant step towards a healthier, safer community.”
Dr. Aravindan Selvaraj, Co-Founder and Executive Director Kauvery Hospitals said “We are dedicated to ensuring that our community remains protected from vaccine-preventable diseases. A lot of infections such as Hepatitis, Tuberculosis, Flu, and Pneumonia can be prevented with administration of vaccines at the right time. Through the Adult Vaccination Program we shall educate the public on the importance of vaccinations and guide them with the right vaccine pertaining to their health. Our hospital with general physicians, infectious diseases specialists will ensure the public get access to vaccines in order to safeguard their health.”
Kauvery Hospital Vadapalani is committed to promoting a healthier and more resilient community through the Adult Vaccination Program. The hospital provides vaccines for Flu, Pneumonia, Diptheria, Pertusis, Tetanus , Zoster , Meningococcal Typhoid , Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) and Hepatitis B.