Health camps always spread a positive impact on society regarding their general health condition and hygiene.
With a small effort to reach the society and make them aware of the diseases and to educate them about health care, the Marwari hospitals in association with JCI Guwahati Spark organized a free health check-up camp at GMC Colony, Fatasil Ambari in Guwahati on Monday.
Dr. N.N.Sarma, who is a senior doctor from this hospital, consulted the patients. The camp was attended by 120 beneficiaries. Most of the patients, who were mainly the residents of Fatasil, complaint of suffering from fever, cough, body and joint pain, headache, stomachache and sugar problems etc.
Attending the camp, Dr. Sarma said, "This camp has proven to be highly beneficial to the people of the nearby locality, Fatasil, which is now under Guwahati Municipality Corporation. The Government of India has also taken a good initiative with the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment. In the near future, we are even looking forward to giving awareness to the people about various health issues".
Marwari Hospitals aims to organise more and more free health camps in the near future in different areas of the State to help needy patients with free medicine and free treatment.Free Medicines, Free Diabetic Screening, Free Blood Pressure check-ups, free doctor consultations and free weight check-ups were the main highlights of the Free Camp.
Marwari Hospitals aims to organize more and more free health camps in the near future in different areas of the State to help needy patients with free medicine and free treatment.
Also, it should be noted that during the free health camp on Wednesday last, the doctor also counselled the beneficiaries regarding the precautions of Covid 19.
President of the organising group 'JCI Guwahati Spark' JC Priyal Hansaria, Chairperson JC Kirti Ajitsaria and Secretary JC Rahul Agarwal were present at the event.
Addressing the media, the secretary of the group, JC Priyal Hansaria said that, "We were extremely satisfied that we could successfully help more than 100 people who came to the camp and we are extremely thankful to the Marwari hospital which has always been with us in every noble works".