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Dispur Hospital conducts media clinic

The Dispur Hospital conducted the weekly evening OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club on Saturday (2 September), where Dr Raj Dutta (medicine) offered free consultations to the participants. Organized under the series of ‘Evening with a Doctor’ programs, the camp witnessed the participation of more than 30 media persons along with their family members, where they also got their blood pressure & sugar checked by hospital workers namely Parismita Gogoi and Jitu Pathak.

A physiotherapy camp is scheduled for 8 September (1 pm to 5 pm) at press club premises, whereas the next Saturday (9 September, 4 pm to 6 pm) clinic will be arranged by Hayat Hospital. Another camp on 15 September (3 pm to 4.30 pm) will be graced by SIMS Chennai Hospital’s orthosurgeon Dr Appaji Krishnan.

Till date, doctors from Apollo Chennai Hospital, Manipal Bangalore Hospital, Fortis Hospital Bangalore, Medanta-the Medicity Hospital, GNRC Hospitals, Down Town Hospitals, Narayana Super-Specialty Hospitals, Swagat Super-Surgical Institute, Wintrobe Hospital, Barthakur Clinic, Nemcare Hospital, Rahman Hospitals, Sun Valley Hospital, Sight First eye-clinic, Government Ayurvedic College, MMC Panbazar etc have attended the camps.

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