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Rahman Hospital doctors conduct media clinic

The city based Rahman Hospital conducted the Saturday (25 February) evening OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club (GPC), where Dr Hemen Ch Goswami & Dr P Rojer Singh (Medicine) checked the health status of over 30 participants and offered free consultations.

The member-journalists of GPC along with their dependants also got their weight, blood pressure & sugar checked by nurses namely Momi Begum and Asha Devi. Most of the participants were also provided necessary medicines.

Senior physicians Dr Muhammad Liaquat Ali Rahman and Dr MMM Kazi from the acclaimed hospital also graced the camp, where health workers Manab Deka and Nazrul Islam supported the participants in the process of consultations.

The next camp on 4 March 2017 under the GPC’s series of ‘Evening with a Doctor’ programs will be conducted by the Panbazar based Institute of Dental Science & Research Center, where Dr Deep Sharma and Dr Nirmala K Roy will go for oral & dental health diagnosis & treatment planning. The camp will begin at press club premises by 3 pm and continue till 6 pm.

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