The Pakistan Navy, in continuation to its efforts for uplift of health standards prominently under Covid-19 scenario, established Free Medical and Eye Camp at Keti Bandar, Sindh.
According to the Director-General Public Relations (Navy) Rear Admiral M Arshid Javed SI(M), Pakistan Navy as a manifestation of its commitment, provide continued quality medical treatment. The present medical assistance drive is another demonstration of this Nobel resolve.
DGPR in its tweet said:
“Pakistan Navy in collaboration with welfare organizations established Free Medical and Eye Camp at Keti Bandar, Sindh. Patients were provided free medicines, minor surgical and dental treatments.”
#PakNavy in collab with welfare organizations established Free Medical & Eye Camp at Keti Bandar, Sindh. Patients were provided free medicines, minor surgical & dental treatments. They were also briefed on various infections/diseases & preventive measures esp against COVID-19 pic.twitter.com/caccKpN2La
— DGPR (Navy) (@dgprPaknavy) November 23, 2020
A qualified and dedicated team of doctors comprising Eye Specialist, Medical Specialist and GDMOs examined the patients on modern diagnostic equipment and extended free consultation
In addition, Patients were comprehensively briefed and enlightened about common infectious diseases and their preventive measures particularly on the COVID-19 pandemic, it added.
Besides, patients were also educated about maintaining personal health & hygiene, child health care and sanitation of living areas. A large number of women and children suffering from various diseases benefited from the Medical/ Eye camp, the statement said.
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