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Vocational Service Month
 
Event: Nagaland Project
 
     
     
 
 
On the advice of Shri PB Acharya, Hon’ble Governor of Nagaland, a team of 70 doctors and para medical staff from different parts of the country conducted simultaneous free medical camps in seven districts of Nagaland from 26th to 30th November 2016.

Amongst the doctors who went to Nagaland was our Rtn Dr Chandrashekhar Joshi with the team from CPAA. The team examined 780 patients in 4 days at Dimapur. His Excellency the Governor of Nagland invited the Team to Raj Bhavan for lunch and felicitated the team. He was felicitated by Rotary Club of Bombay North during their regular meeting held on 10th December at Mini Club House, Turf Club.

The districts that covered are Mon, Kohima, Peren, Dimapur, Mocokchung, Phek and Wokha. This noble task was motivated by Indian National Fellowship Centre, supported by Govt of Nagaland in collaboration with our Club, friends of Nagaland Dr K&T Keditsu Foundation, Nagaland, Cancer Patients Aid Association of India and Indian Academy of Echocardiography. Free medicines were distributed to the needy patients. A total of 3600 patients were given free service.

At Dimapur in all more than 750 patients were examined, screened for cancer and treated. A 16 member team of cancer patient’s aid association were also part of the team working at Dimapur with four specialist doctors. Team of two cardiologists joined to perform echocardiography to identify any organic valvular or congenital heart disease. At Kohima, the capital of Nagaland gynaecologists team examined and treated almost 200 hundred patients.

PHEK: Free medical surgery camp held at Phek town on November 26th was sponsored by Dr. K & T Keditsu Foundation Kohima.
MON: In Mon the total number of patients examined and treated were 683 and few surgeries were performed.
WOKHA: In Wokha, the medical camp was successfully organized
Peren: A very successful camp was organized at Peren.

A big thank you to medical and para medical personnel, who participated, Cancer Patients Aid Association, friends of Nagaland, echocardiography association, Dr. K & T Keditsu Foundation Kohima INFC, secretary to Governor, Abraham George and his team.

 
 
     
     
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