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  • Preventive & Health Check Plans

    Preventive health check-ups are very useful in early detection of all types of illnesses and risk factors. Our Preventive Health Programme comprises of a set of comprehensive tests that have been specially designed keeping your health in mind.

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  • Health Tip of the Day

    • Eat plenty of fibre-rich food such as brown bread, pulses and cereals. Fibre helps keep the digestive system in order. It also reduces the risk of bowel cancer. We need to consume around 5g more than the average 13-18g of fibre a day – that’s one extra slice of wholemeal bread.

    • Do not ‘go on a diet’. Switch to healthier eating habits that you can continue long term. If you lose weight gradually, you are more likely to keep it off.

    • Aim to eat the recommended five portions of fruit and vegetables every day to boost energy levels and general health. One of the portions can be a glass of fruit juice.

    • Have a varied diet. Look for different, brightly coloured fruits and vegetables which generally provide plenty of nutrients.

    • Reduce the amount of saturated, or animal, fat you consume. Most people eat more than the recommended 35 per cent of total calories from fat. But saturated fats should make up no more than 10 per cent of total calories.

    • Keep alcohol intakes within sensible boundaries. Safe weekly limits are 21 units for men and 14 for women – one unit is the equivalent to a glass of wine or half a pint of beer. A moderate intake has heart protective effects but too much is bad news.

    • Eat more fish. It is the omega 3 fatty acis in fish oils that are thought to make the Mediterranean diet more healthy and protect against heart disease and raised cholesterol levels. You should have 1.5g of these fatty acids a week – two or three servings of fish.

    • Don’t eat too much salt. The recommended daily intake is 5-6g. An average fry-up contains 10g of salt per plateful. Some brands of breakfast cereal contai as much salt per bowlful as a packet of crisps.

    • Drink around 1.5 to 2 litres of liquid, not necessarily water, every day. This will ensure the kidneys stay healthy and help prevent urinary infections.

    • Take vitamin and mineral supplements only as an insurance policy – they are not a substitute for good food. Most people eat more than enough food to meet nutrient requirements.

    • Uses for apple cider vinegar — drink 2 tbs a day or 2 shots a day, can dilute it with water or make a morning detox drink: 1 glass water, 2 tbs lemon juice, 2 tbs apple cider vinegar, 1 tsp cinnamon, dash cayenne, and sweeten with stevia 🙂

Latest Events
  • 19 November, 2019

    pjimage (2)Mayo healthcare organized health checkup camp in association with Uttaranchal Yuva club sector 14 Panchkula. more than 80 pt screened. Thanks to dr Baldev, Sharanpreet, Sandeep Kaur( nursing staff) and Sanjeev sir (marketing).



  • 18 November, 2019

    pjimage (2)Mayo healthcare organized health checkup camp in association with rotary club Chandigarh at Dhanas sector 14 west, more than 250 patients were screened. Thanks to dr mp Singh, dr Baldev, Dr Sonia and nursing staff.



  • 17 November, 2019

    pjimage (2)Mayo healthcare organized health checkup camp on occasion of guru Purab at Bhuda sahib gurudwara Zirakpur, more than 70 patients were screened.
    Thanks to Dr Jyoti,
    Sharanpreet, Ravneet Kaur( nursing staff) and Sanjeev sir (marketing).



  • 16 November, 2019

    pjimage (2)Mayo healthcare organized health a checkup camp in association with Neem Nath mandir at Kumbra, more than 80 patients were screened.



  • 15 November, 2019

    pjimage (2)Mayo Organised a health talk by Dr.Manoj Sharma in association with Senior citizens Rajpura



  • Till 31st March 2020

    pjimage (2)Mayo Healthcare is organising in house gynaecology & obstetrics camp. Our Team of experts Dr. Parneet kaur and Dr. Aranjana Manhas.



  • 15th July,2016

    pjimage (2)Around 80 senior citizens of Pensioners Welfare Associations Mohali attended a health talk on “Common Urology Problems” By Dr Manoj Sharma (HOD Urology Deptt.) & “Depression in old age “ by Dr Ambrish Singal ((Head of Psychiatry Unit ) at Mayo Super Speciality Hospital.



  • 12 August, 2015

    Dr Ambrish Singal & Ex DGP Mr. Shashi Kant De Addiction Drive



  • 15 October, 2015

    Global Handwashing Day” Mayo Super Speciality hospital



  • 6 December, 2015

    ICE CARD LAUNCHED BY ADVISER SH VIJAY DEV AND MAYO HOSPITAL MOHALI



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  • I am writing this to express my sincere gratitude to you for the efforts put in by you in resuscitating my mother. I shall remain indebted to you and Mayo for your timely help. Medicine continues to a noble profession because of sincere and committed doctors like you. God bless you and keep up the good work.

    Patient Name: Sulochana Gupta Treatment: Emergency Services

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    Near Gurudwara Singh Shaheedan

    For Appointment : 0172-5-24 00 00
    For Emergency : 0172-5-24 00 24
    Website : www.mayohealthcare.co.in
    Email: main.reception@mayohealthcare.co.in

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