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Health Check-up concludes at press club

The city based Down Town Hospital in association with Guwahati Press Club has organized a health check-up camp for scribes at press club premises on June 30 (Thursday). Nearly 150 scribes and their closed relatives participated in the day long camp. The tests included blood sugar, lipid profile, diabetic and ECG, where most of the scribes showed satisfactory results. Of course, some of them were identified with high blood pressure and sugar.


The attended physicians Dr Rupam Das (Diabetologist) and Dr Debraj Saikia (Cardiologist) advised the scribes few health tips during the consultation. The were assisted by Dr Sidhartha Das (Medicine), Dr Nirag A Tupkar (Medicine) with dietician Tinababy Baruah and a group of nurses including Rupa Borah, Mamoni Devi, Rose Chongloi, Daphira Myrthong and Sangeeta Saikia.


For a brief period, Dr NN Dutta, Chairman cum Managing Director of Down Town Hospital also attended the camp, where Nazneen Hussain (Relationship manager) and Mayuri Bora (Marketing officer) supported the participants with necessary information.

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bhaskar j das's picture

plz give some more photographs so that people can know what happening and next onwards more people will come for this kind of checkup

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