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Kuwait: KKMA to launch charitable Kidney Dialysis centre in Kundapur

Media Release

Kuwait, Feb 9: The Kuwait Kerala Muslim Association (KKMA), popularly known as KKMA, the largest social welfare organization of Indian nationals in Kuwait announced launch of its 12thcharitable Kidney Dialysis Center (KDC) in Kundapura, Karnataka State, India.

This center will be setup in Vinaya Hospital, Kundapuraone of the best medical equipped hospitals complimented by highly skilled doctors and professional staffs.

24 February, 2014 has been set as a date for the inauguration of the kidney dialysis centre in presence of prominent personalities including the Cabinet Health Minister of Government of Karanataka U T Khadar, a memorandum of understanding between KKMA and Vinaya Hospital has already been signed off. This is the Third Kidney Dialysis centre presented by KKMA for Karanataka State community; the earlier was established in Father Muller hospital during 2009, and High Land Hospital during 2012 since then the centre has been serving the poor patient effectively.
 
KKMA Kidney Dialysis Centers are running by charging only the operating cost from the patients without any barriers of cast and creed of patients. 9 such centers are operating at present at Calicut,  Trichur, Malappuram , Kasaragod, Trivandrum, Kannur, Palakkad , Kottayam, Waynad  districts of Kerala and two in Mangalore city of Karnataka State.

Chairman of KKMA Sageer Trikarpur explained that the joining hands with Vinaya Hospital will help KKMA to help needy poor dialysis patients to have their dialysis procedures at minimal cost or less per procedure. A Management Supervisory Committee of KKMA in Karnataka will look after the Dialysis Centres wellbeing. The organizers informed in a press release.

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