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Mangaluru: Srinivas Hospital extends ‘Dr B C Roy Health Camp’ from Jul 11 to 31


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Mangaluru, Jul 11: Srinivas Hospital is extending ‘Dr B C Roy Health Camp’ for another 21 days from July 11 to July 31.

During the camp period, the hospital will provide free general health screening and free outpatient consultation to the public. Admission will be free in the following departments: Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, ENT, General Medicine, Orthopedics, Pulmonary Medicine, General Surgery and Dermatology (please enquire about chargeable before admission).

The objective of the camp is to promote health awareness among the public as envisioned in the ideals of National Doctors Day. This will be a great opportunity for the underprivileged sections of society to avail quality healthcare, clarify their doubts regarding health issues and address healthcare needs. Those interested, may avail the facility by visiting the outpatient department of the hospital between 9.00 am and 4.00 pm during the camp days. The public is urged to take advantage of this opportunity and work towards improving their general health.

Srinivas Hospital is a premier teaching hospital sponsored by A Shama Rao Foundation which has three decades of track record in the field of education. The foundation has well diversified its presence with a string of 14 reputed educational institutions. The activities of A Shama Rao Foundation are spearheaded by founder and president CA A Raghavendra Rao, ably supported by his son vice president Dr A Srinivas Rao.

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