Kuwait: Tulu Koota organizes free medical checkup, consultation camp

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Kuwait, Jan 28: Tulu Koota Kuwait conducted a free medical checkup and consultation camp in coordination with Badr Al Samaa Medical Center Farwaniya, Kuwait on Friday, January 20 from 7 am to 12 pm at their clinic premises.

The event was awell organized, and skillfully carried out for the benefit of the members of Tulu Koota Kuwait. The event was well coordinated by Vijay Kairangala, welfare officer with active support from TKK committee members and Badr Al Samaa Medical Center coordinator Preema and their staff members.

Abdul Razak, Nitte president of TuluKoota Kuwait, on this occasion highlighted the importance of medical checkup and consultation camp and the objective of TKK in conducting such noble eventsto help the TKK members and their families. Medical checkups included monitoring blood pressure, blood sugar,and the tests for cholesterol, liver screening, and creatinine (kidney screening). There was a very good response from the association members and more than 100 members availed the benift of this camp.TKK President thanked doctors and all the staff members of Badr Al Samaa for their caring and dedicated service to make this event a successful one.

Badr Al Samaa Medical Center thanked Tulu Koota Kuwait for giving them an opportunity to associate with such a noble cause.

Al Mulla Exchange, Badr Al Samaa Medical Centre Kuwait, Khain Properties Udupi, & TVS Hyder Group, FK Jewellers, Oriental International Group, were the event sponsors of this free medical checkup and consultation camp. TKK thanked all its sponsors for their continuous support throughout the year.




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