MSC holds seven free medical camps in Garhwal Himalayas
Dehradun , Nov 30
Medical Service Center (MSC), a national level pro-people socio- health institution held five days free medical and health camps in Garhwal Himalayas from November 25 till 29, 2023.
Since it’s inception in 1977, Medical Service Centre (MSC) with it’s headquarters in Kolkata, till now, has provided medical relief by setting up their medical camps in every natural disaster or man- made disaster across the country.
Medical Service Centre (MSC) volunteers from across the country had done commendable work for one year after the Kedarnath disaster in Uttarakhand in 2013. Since then, every year MSChad been organising free medical camps in the interior villages of garhwal every year.
This year annual 5- day free medical camps were organized from 25th to 29th in villages of Garhwal namely Darmola, Bhiri, Peling, Birao- Dewal, Ratura, Srinagar Garhwal and Dobh Shrikot.
Dr. Anup Maiti, Dr. Tarun Mandal,a former member of Lok Sabha from West Bengal, Dr. Harikrishna Maiti, Dr. Naresh Kumar, Dr. Faroza Firdous, Nursing Officer Bhaswati Mukherjee, Nursing Officer Unnati Chatterjee, Nursing Officer Polly Roy, Dr. Mahua Nanda were part of the free medical camps organised at seven places.
In these free medical camps a total of 900 patients were examined and treated, about 250 sugar tests and 70 ECGs were done. Patients were provided free medicines also after medical examinations.
Local volunteers namely Shishpal Panwar, Reshma Panwar, Sandeep Kumar, Rajdeep, Bhanu, Monica Chauhan, Himani, Shivangi Singh, Ajay, Amit, Manas, Santosh, Pankaj, Kuldeep, R S Negi, Goswami, Rohit and Aryan, were involved in the successful organiging these camp. It has been decided to hold such free medical camps in near future in Uttarakhand-