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IMPACT ministry conducts medical camp in Karbi Anglong

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/22/2019 12:17:07 PM IST

IMPACT Ministry, in partnership with Eden Medical Centre (EMC), organized a medical camp on April 19 at United Adivasi Village (UAV), Karbi Anglong. 

A press release from IMPACT Dimapur executive director, Sentiningsang Longkumer stated that the medical camp was conducted with the assistance of Eden Medical Centre (EMC), where, a team of two doctors, a pharmacist and two nurses rendered their services. 

A total of 177 patients were treated, given consultations and medicines free of cost. Some patients were referred for further treatment to nearby hospitals.

Earlier, a traditional welcome was accorded to the EMC medical team and IMPACT staff by Tilu Bagh, GB of United Adivasi village.

Lithungo Murry, treasurer of IMPACT thanked the medical team from EMC led by Dr. Kevi Swu & Dr. Takemba Ao. Sentiningsang Longkumer also expressed gratitude to Dr. Z. Mozhui of MH Hospital for his continued support, the GB, pastor and volunteers of UAV for the success of the camp.

 

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