Sikkim: Free health check-up camp for underprivileged children

The students undergoing this multispecialty health checkup were aged between 5 to 15 years old

This Saturday was special for the children of Kalyan Ashram, Ranipool, Child Care Institute, Bojoghari.
As part of the commitment of Central Referral Hospital (CRH), under Sikkim Manipal University (SMU), a free health checkup camp was organized for the children.
The students undergoing this multispecialty health checkup were aged between 5 to 15 years old.
A thorough health check of the students was done, including a series of required investigations and consultations on health issues like pediatrics, orthopedics, dental, etc.
The students come from a section of society who cannot enjoy the privilege of expensive medical services.
The students come from a section of society who cannot enjoy the privilege of expensive medical services.
During the health check-up, CRH provided a free diet to the students. Post Screening they were released from the hospital happy and healthy.
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Central Referral Hospital is committed to serving the people of Sikkim.
Being the multi-specialty state-of-the-art Teaching Hospital in the state and the region it has been of service to the people of Sikkim from all socioeconomic strata.
To cater to the needs of the patients, it offers a slew of schemes like the Concessional Bed Scheme.
Patients who cannot afford to bear the expenditure of treatment at CRH are eligible to concessional scheme subject to documentary proof of their financial inability.



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