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Tulu Koota Kuwait organises free medical checkup, consultation camp


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Kuwait, Apr 16: Tulu Koota Kuwait (TKK) conducted a free medical checkup and consultation camp in association with Badr Al Samaa Medical Center at their Farwaniya clinic on April 12.

Ramesh S Bhandary, president of Tulu Koota Kuwait was the key person behind this camp, on this occasion explained the special free medical checkup and consultation camp was organized to help those people who cannot afford for medical checkup and do not have access to the specialists doctors. Apart from blood pressure and blood sugar, tests like cholesterol, liver screening and creatinine (Kidney Screening) were also included. More than 250 people were registered and got the medical checkup done and needy participants got medical consultation and guidance from the expert doctors.



Abdul Razak, m, Badr Al Samaa Medical Center thanked the president and committee members of Tulu Koota association for giving them an opportunity to associate with such a noble cause.

Ramesh S Bhandary in his inaugural speech highlighted the importance of free medical checkup and consultation camp and the objective of TKK in conducting such noble event. He also thanked the management and all the staff members of Badr Al Samaa for their caring and dedicated service tomake this event successful one. As a token of appreciation, the president honoured Badr Al Sama management, doctors and staff with flower bouquets.

TKK’s committee members together as a team contributed towards the success of the event which was well coordinated by welfare officer Faustine Pinto.

Khain Properties Udupi, Al Mulla Exchange, Al Ahleia Insurance Co, Badr Al Samaa and TVS Hyder Group were the event sponsors of TKK.

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