Over 400 individuals participated in a Free Health Camp and Awareness Program held on Saturday at IMDH. The event was organized by North-East Health Services Guwahati, under the aegis of Ao Senden, in association with Apollo Hospitals Guwahati.
The Free Health Camp and Awareness Program took place at Imkongliba Memorial District Hospital, where medical services and informative sessions created a bustling scene. The health camp attracted people from various age groups, backgrounds, and socioeconomic statuses, highlighting the significance of accessible healthcare.
The event’s core feature was the dedicated medical professionals, including doctors from Apollo Hospitals Guwahati, nurses, and officials, who generously donated their time and expertise. They conducted comprehensive health screenings, offered consultations, and provided necessary treatments for a range of ailments.
“We are happy to have attended to more than 400 patients in Mokokchung today,” said an official from Apollo Hospitals Guwahati.
According to NE Health Services, there were 138+ consultations in the Neurosurgery department, 41+ in Cardiology, 104+ in Gastroenterology, 56+ in Pediatrics, and 36+ in Medicine.
Shyamanga Kashyap, one of the directors of NE Health Services, expressed his satisfaction with the camp’s success and hopes to continue organizing similar initiatives in the future.
Held parallel to the medical services, an awareness program addressed several pressing health concerns, including Basic Life Support Training for Police personnel, Fire personnel, Assam Rifles, Paramedics staff of IMDH, and students of the School of Nursing at IMDH.
The event received overwhelming support from the community, with Ao Senden officials vigilantly ensuring a smooth operation, and healthcare workers of IMDH extending their support for the camp’s success.
The Free Health Camp and Awareness Program concluded on a high note, providing vital medical services, fostering health education, and encouraging community participation. The event served as a testament to the power of collaboration and compassion in building healthier societies.