SNH&RC – Medical Camps

SNH&RC - Medical Camps

During the month of December 2008, the Community Health Department of the Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre conducted many Medical Camps as part of their ongoing Outreach Program.

This month they conducted camps for Ante Natal Care Doctors Visit, Ante Natal Care, School Health, Neurological and Blood Donation.

Ante Natal Care Doctors Visit

An Ante Natal Care Doctors Visit Camp was conducted on November 11th, 2008 from Sekanoor to Bhuthur. Dr. T. Kannaki headed the camp where she and the Auxiliary Nurses examined over 20 pregnant women for intra uterus growth retardation, low lying placenta, hydromnios and uterus diseases. The women who were anaemic were provided with injections and iron tablets free of charge. Those who needed hospitalization were referred to the hospital.


Ante Natal Care Camp

Ante Natal Care camps were conducted on November 5th and 11th, 2009 from Pulimedu to Vasanthanadai and Ariyurkuppam to Puthur. The Auxiliary Nurses examined over 40 pregnant women for common problems that occur during pregnancy to ensure there are no complications. Medicines were provided free of charge for all those who needed it.


School Health & Dental Camps

School Health Camps were conducted on December 4th, 10th, and 18th 2008 in the Elementary Schools of Moolgate, Narasingapuram & Nambirajapuram. Dr. Anitha gave over 205 students a general health & dental check up. Those that needed treatment were given free medicines. Those that needed hospital care were referred to the hospital.


Neurological Camp

A neurological camp was conducted on November 22nd 2008 at the Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre. Dr. G. Prem Kumar examined over 25 people for common neurological problems like chronic headaches, giddiness, etc. Treatment and medicines were given free of charge.


Blood Donors Screening Camps

A camp was conducted on December 14th and 28th 2008 to screen potential blood donors for any blood related illnesses via a blood test prior to donating blood to the blood bank. More than 105 people were tested free of charge.


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