Medical Camps at Latala, Banohar and Chaminda - 20/11/2011 to 23/11/2011

Sardar Jagpal S. Khangura and family held four day medical camps at village Latala, Banohar and Chaminda.

Which was inaugurated by Bibi Gurdial K. Khangura and held at the Babu Joginder Singh hospital dispensary. Dr. Kewal Singh and a team of 10 foreign doctors who arrived from U.K ran the free medical camp. Services that were provided at the camp were, free medical check-ups, free eye sight testing, free blood test, free medicines and free eyeglasses to over 375 villagers, of which 60% were females. Jassi says, ‘the reality is that government provision of medical services in rural India is generally deficient. Doctors prefer to work in cities and in Punjab they also prefer to migrate overseas. These camps fill a critical gap and reveal high incidences of diabetes, hypertension, cataract and glaucoma, amongst other conditions.’

Bibi Gurdial K. Khangura inaugurating Latala camp   Nurse performing a free medical check up
S. Jagpal S. Khangura inaugurating Banohar camp   Patients lined up for free medical check up
Jassi Khangura MLA inaugurating Chaminda camp    

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