A medical camp was conducted on Sunday by the Military General Hospital for the Civil Fraternity of Mima village.
The free medical camp was organized under the aegis of Spear Corps and the Formidable Fifty Six Army formation, as part of the health-care activities, under the ongoing military civic action programme.
The aim of the medical camp conducted, was to provide health-care and free medical check-up and treatment for various commonly occurring ailments, for the civil fraternity of Mima village area.
The camp was inaugurated by Col TN Mukherjee, the Commanding Officer, 154 General Military Hospital, Zakhama.
Addressing the gathering, Col Mukherjee stated the 154 Military General Hospital, Zakhama has been serving civil fraternity of villages in the region ever since its inception, providing much needed comprehensive multi-faceted multi-dimensional primary, secondary and tertiary health-care to the civil fraternity of the region, and generating immense goodwill among all.
It is noteworthy that previous medical camps held at Kigwema village, had also evoked a good response.
Approximately 500 civilians availed the free medical check-up and treatment services offered at the camp by medical team of 154 Military General Hospital, Zakhama comprising Maj Jayashree BS, Capt Khushboo, Capt Premjeet, the nursing officers of Military Nursing Service and the para-medical staff.
The chairman of Mima village Khriesavilie Khano C, Secretary Aletuo Shunyii and other village elders thanked the Army for organising the medical camp in Mima village, and the 154 Military General Hospital for conducting the same, for the welfare of the civilians of the area.