Billava Sangha Kuwait holds medical camp


Media Release

Kuwait, Feb 26: As a part of their community service, Billava Sangha Kuwait (BSK), organised a free medical camp on February 21 in coordination with Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, Farwaniya, which was an open to all event.

The camp started early in the morning at 7:00 AM and continued till 1:00 PM. About 150 people, including Indians and Other Nationalities availed the benefit of the free health check up service.

The free health check-up package included the tests for Blood Glucose, Cholesterol, SGPT (liver functioning test), Creatinine (Kidney Functioning Test) and blood pressure followed by free consultation with specialized doctors (General medicine, internal medicine, dental, gynaecology, orthopaedic, ENT, ophthalmology and paediatric).

Privilege cards were issued to all the participants, which will offers discounts in various lab tests and consultations throughout the year at Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, Farwaniya.

Refreshments were served for the participants during the camp.

It was a flawless event and the entire program was executed to near perfection. The main highlights of the camp are excellent crowd management, close follow-up with each participant and perfect time management which resulted in bare minimum waiting time for the participants. This was achieved by the active participation of BSK All Committee members and the necessary cooperation from the medical centre staff.

BSK thanked the management and staff of Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre, BSK All Committee members, volunteers and all the participants.

Billava Sangha Kuwait had organized the free medical camp as one of their many welfare activities which are being carried out in Kuwait as well as in India throughout the year.

  

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