Thursday, October 6, 2022

RARC, Can Youth organise medical camp

Staff Reporter

Regional Ayurveda Research Centre (RARC) Dimapur, under the aegis of Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences, ministry of Ayush, in collaboration with Can Youth, organised a medical camp at Ragailong colony, to commemorate “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” (AKAM), here, on Saturday.
Addressing the gathering, research officer in charge, RARC Dimapur, Dr. Vikas Gangurde said the centre conducted similar programmes at servile areas, villages and schools under AKAM.
He said not only free medicines were distributed, but the team also conducted awareness programmes and immunity boosts were administered.
In this regard, he informed that till date, RARC Dimapur has reached out to around 49,500 beneficiaries in the state since September 2021 with a target of 50,000.
Dr. Vikas said RARC would continue to organise such campaigns every month, at different areas where people were unaware of the services.
Earlier, chairman, Ragailong colony council delivered welcome note during which, he acknowledged RARC and Can Youth for conducting the medical camp at the colony. He expressed hope that the camp would be beneficial for all the residents of the colony.
It may be mentioned that a total of 125 patients were administered by four doctors from RARC. The beneficiaries availed medical check-up and medicines.