Amidst the current Pandemic its evident that the world is going through the cosmic Samudra Manthan and it is manifested in our environment like no one has seen before and during this time, our Frontline health workers have been working beyond their capacity to serve and heal everyone who is suffering and they are bringing back “Amrit” back in our life.
We owe front-line workers a debt of gratitude for their courage and compassion. There are not enough words of appreciation in the dictionary to capture our community’s gratefulness for the essential services our frontline workers provide. Our appreciation is deep, and we must demonstrate our recognition with action, hence, we at NIHAA under guidance of our core senior member Dr. Suresh Bhate and our President – Mr. Amritesh Singh Gahlot, decided to show our gratitude and thankfulness to our frontline workers.
The Team got together to plan out path of execution and with the help of Mr. Mansij Sharma and Mr. Siddharth Pandey, decided and finalized formalities to facilitate them and say “Thank You” for all that they do like no one does. NIHAA Team members stood up to the occasion, and confirmed their availability in short time and everyone congregated at a pre decided location and motorcade resumed to facilitate our front-line workers – Dr Ashok Baghel, Dr Brijesh Tantuwaya , Licensed Practical Nurse Nilam Kumar , Pharmacist Rakhi Arora and Dr Salil Sharma.
For all the front-line workers, we clapped, and we made signs saying thank you from the bottom of our heart.
It was our moment of pride as NIHAA giveback with gratitude, respect and love for our frontline workers that was also covered in an article in – Times Union Albany region. (Reference Article - https://www.timesunion.com/news/amp/Health-care-worker-gets-parade-in-Latham-15417975.php)
All of us at NIHAA are deeply grateful to all the healthcare workers from bottom of our heart who are working tirelessly to help keep our communities safe. Thank you so much for all you’ve done— and we as NIHAA family stand with our doctors, nurses, support staff and first responders.
The other way to show our strongest appreciation is through giving them the support they need, our staying home, mitigating the spread and thanking their courage, their compassion, their kindness in fighting to keep us safe and giving us hope.
Thank you as always !
Authored by :
Pallavi Siddharth Singh