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NHPC organises free medical camp under CSR scheme

NHPC, in association with Sarvodaya Hospital, organised a free medical camp at Kaurali village, Faridabad, on December 5 under its CSR scheme
New Delhi: NHPC, India’s premier hydropower company, in association with Sarvodaya Hospital, Faridabad organized a free medical camp at Kaurali village, Faridabad on 5th December 2019 under its CSR-SD scheme. Dr. Kamla Fartyal, Chief General Manager (Medical Services), NHPC, Dr. Rakesh Ranjan, Senior DCMO, Dr. Sushma Trivedi, Senior DCMO and paramedical staff from NHPC, Dr. Vijay Malik from Rural Primary Health Centre, Kurali and doctors from Sarvodya Hospital were present on the occasion. A team from Centre for Sight, Faridabad and Dr. Yogesh, TB Specialist from B.K. Civil Hospital, Faridabad were also present on the occasion. The camp was highly successful and more than 600 persons from the nearby areas availed the free medical consultation. During the camp free medical consultation was given on heart disease, gynaecology, paediatrics, eye, orthopaedics etc. and blood sugar, blood pressure, ECG etc. tests were conducted and necessary medicines were also provided as per the requirement. During the camp, patients also underwent eye examination, out of whom 173 patients were provided spectacles free of cost. Disclaimer: This story is a press release and is being published without any editing by PSU Watch desk. Our editorial team has only changed the headline.