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The department of Preventive Medicine is a new initiative undertaken by Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital & Research Centre to promote health and wellness through preventive measures.We believe that healthy lifestyle and certain preventive measures are the key to a* long and productive life. Our team of experts is committed to providing the community with the resources and education needed to make such informed health decisions.


Our team of healthcare professionals, including physicians, psychologists and counselors work collaboratively to provide personalized care that is tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual.

Our clinic is equipped to offer a variety of preventive care services, such as routine check-ups, screenings, vaccinations, health risk assessments, and disease management programs. We also provide lifestyle counseling and education on topics such as nutrition, exercise, smoking/alcohol cessation, and stress management.


At the Preventive Medicine department, our vision is to promote and maintain optimal health and well being for individuals, families, and communities through evidence-based prevention strategies. We strive to empower people to make informed choices about their health by providing them with the knowledge, resources, and support they need to lead healthy lifestyles. Our goal is to reduce the burden of chronic diseases, injuries, and other health risks through education, and advocacy efforts and targeted interventions where applicable.


1. Addressing Lifestyle and preventing disorders related to it such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, chronic kidney disease, COPD through counseling and regular follow ups

2. De- addiction clinic -Counseling individuals to avoid or quit harmful substances such as tobacco, nicotine, alcohol, opioids etc. Of particular concern in India is the use of chewable tobacco and the incidence of oral and other head and neck cancers.

3. Cancer Prevention- Primary and secondary prevention of cancers such as cervical, breast, colon, oropharyngeal and lung cancers. This includes raising awareness and use of life saving screening procedures such as pap smears, self breast exams, mammograms and colon screenings in appropriate populations.

4. Vaccination: Not many people in India are aware of the Gardasil , Cervavac vaccine that helps prevent cancers caused by the human papilloma virus.

5.Bone health in post menopausal women and elderly people is yet another area of focus.

6. Outreach activities: Conducting awareness sessions , workshops towards community outreach to vulnerable individuals in the community.

Target population :

1. Young individuals in schools and colleges .

2. ndustrial , Municipal employees

3. Rural/ Urban communities

4. Residential areas

5. Women

Topics covered include :
  • Prevention of lifestyle diseases
  • Harmful effects of tobacco
  • Internet /OTT addiction among youth in various schools and colleges
  • Teaching women self breast examination
  • Providing information about Cervical cancer vaccine
  • Raising awareness about women health
Fact sheet India -
- Largest Tobacco producing nation.
- Second largest consumer of tobacco worldwide.
- Mortality due to tobacco 1:3 million.
Smoking tobacco 1 million.
Smokeless tobacco 0.3 million.
Economic burden of tobacco related diseases
80% of all NCD’s related deaths in India : 4 major diseases 
1. Cardio Vascuar
2. Chronic respiratory diseases
3. Diabetes
4. Cancer



Address - Wound clinic, Ground floor, Annex building, Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Erandwane, Kothrud, Pune.

Enquiry Hours - Monday to Saturday 9 am to 6pm