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Hayat Hospital conducts GPC clinic

Physicians from the city based Hayat Hospital conducted the Saturday evening OPD at Guwahati Press Club (GPC) on 7 January. Dr Anjan Saikia (Gastroenterology), Dr Daboo Patowari (Internal Medicine) and Dr Abhisek Lohia (Dermatology) offered free consultations after checking their blood pressure & sugar. Over 35 participants joined in the evening clinic.

Hayat Hospital has also announced various concessions in treatment for press club members along with their families. Paragjyoti Dutta, assistant general manager of the hospital informed that they would get special discount on OPD/Doctor Consultation Charges (100%), Room Rent (25%), Lab Investigation (20%), CT/USG/X-Ray (20%), MRI/MR Angiography (20%), EEG, ECG,TMT, HOLTER, ECHO (20%), Colonoscopy & Endoscopy (20%), Operation Theatre Charges (10%) and Medicine (5%).

Next GPC evening clinic will be conducted by Sri Sankaradeva Nethralaya Guwahati on 21 January. The eye camp at press club premises will begin at 4 pm and continue till 6 pm. The 14 January camp has been cancelled due to Magh Bihu celebrations.

Till date, practicing physicians from Dispur Hospitals, Down Town Hospitals, GNRC Group of Hospitals, Narayana Super-Specialty Hospitals, Swagat Super-Surgical Institute, Wintrobe Hospital, Nemcare Hospital, Sun Valley Hospital, Sight First eye-clinic, Government Ayurvedic College, Barthakur Clinic, Apollo Hospitals Chennai etc had conducted weekly camps.

Similarly, Medanta-The Medicity Hospital Gurgaon, Gauhati Medical College, GMC Panbazar campus, Apollo Hospitals Hyderabad, Rahman Hospital etc have shown interest in conducting the camps titled ‘Evening with a Doctor’ in the coming days.

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