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Vivekananda Kendra NRL Hospital Newsletter Month of April-June 2014

Vivekananda Kendra NRL Hospital Newsletter Month of April-June 2014

Medical Camps at Changlang

The Mobile Medical Team of Vivekananda Kendra recently conducted medical camps in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh.

Inauguration of Arun Jyoti Medical Van

The inaugural function of the medical van donated by IDRF (India Development and Relief Fund, USA) to Vivekananda Kendra,Arun Jyoti was organized at Rangfraa Mandir, New Chingsa, Kharsang, Arunachal Pradesh on 16th July 2014.

159th Free Eye Camp Report in Kanyakumari

Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari organized 159th Free Eye Camp on 04-06-2014 Wednesday from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. in Vivekanandapuram Campus.

Camp Sponsored by    :  MadhavarayarBallarpalliMantram, Madhavapuram, Kanyakumari

Lighted the lamp         :    Shri S. Maniraja, President

Free Operation Camp at Margherita, Assam

The Free Operation Camp organized by Vievakananda Kendra Arn Jyoti in collaboration with Remote Area Medical, Knoxville, USA, concluded successfully on 8th February at Central Hospital, CIL, Margherita, Assam. A total 44 patients were operated for Gall Stone diseases, hernia, appendicitis and other ailments during the camp which was inaugurated on 3rd February by Sri.Y.Matey, Parliamentary Secretary of DOTCL, Govt.of Arunachal Pradesh.

Free Surgery Camp Shuklai

SurgeryCamp3JBM-Vivekananda Kendra Hospital, Shuklai, BTAD, Assam recently organized one Free Surgery Camp in association with Remote Area Medical Corp.USA (RAM). Two Surgeons from RAM, Dr.Gangadhar Maddiwar and Dr.Qutub Nadaf attended the camp. Dr.Monoj Talukdar, Anesthesiologist from Marwari Charitable Hospital, Guwahati and Dr.Rajiv Baruah, Anesthesiologist from Shivsagar Civil Hospital assisted the Surgeons.

Medical Camps in Lazu circle of Tirap

Picture 009Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti conducted two Medical Camps in Lazu circle of Tirap district recently. On 13th August the camp was organized at Barap, where the patients from Sinnu, Raho, Longliang ,Langchen  and Barap were examined and free medicines were distributed among the patients. The number of patients were 128. On 14th August 69 patients were examined at Pongkong village and medicines were distributed.

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