Medical camp held at Longleng & Tamlu

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 8/18/2018 11:56:58 AM IST

 In connection with the Independence Day celebrations 2018, a one day free medical camp exclusively for women and girl children was organized by the District Task Force, Beti Bachao Bati Padhao (BBBP) Longleng on August 15 at Mt. Carmel School Longleng and at local ground Tamlu for Tamlu sub-division. 

According to a DIPR report, Minister for Health & Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), Jacob Zhimomi inaugurated the medical camp at Longleng. He also inspected the camp and interacted with the doctors, nurses and other health works during his visit. 

The medical camps were conducted under the supervision of the district administration of Longleng led by deputy commissioner & chairman DTF, John Tsulise Sangtam.     

All together 998 patients were registered in Longleng and free medical facilities were provided. Ultra sound was taken for 30 pregnant women, one diagnosed with twin pregnancy, three breech presentations, and one low lying placenta while the rest of the pregnant women had normal pregnancies.  

Meanwhile, in Tamlu 161 female patients availed the facilities provided in the camp. 

The activities of the medical camp were baby show (0-6 months), vaccination drive, awareness and sensitization on Sukhunya Samriddhi Account Yojana, display of movies & videos on BBBP, distribution of IEC materials and free medical check-ups. 

The medical team was led by CMO Longleng, Dr. Kongyan Phom and Medical superintendent District Hospital Longleng, Dr. Toshirenla. In Tamlu the medical camp was conducted under Dr. Baungan and Dr. James, PHC Tamlu. 


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