Organizing free medical camp for students helps them to get sensitized about health issues. Apart from this it also makes students aware of their health status. It is also a way of informing students about the necessity of adequate nutritious food, clean drinking water, dangers and the risk of environmental pollution. Medicines are distributed as free samples to those students suffering from health issues after providing them with a general check-up.

The medical camps also seek to provide both preventive and curative treatment for those who require special treatment from relevant hospitals and are often funded by medical trusts and NGO’s. Conducting these camps for students also aims at providing free tests for diabetes, blood pressure, hemoglobin etc and also provides counseling for students by trained doctors and specialists. Nowadays a lot of hospitals organize medical camps for students to make them more aware of health issues and diseases in the present scenario.

A Day To Care And Serve The Near Ones

In collaboration with the Medical Trust Hospital  Community College organized a 2 day free medical camp for all the first year students of our college. The camp was held at Gym plaza on 27/11/2018 for the students in Science and the Central block. It was also held in Arts Auditorium on 28/11/2018 for the students in the Science block.

A screening session was held for the students by the team from Medical Trust hospital. The ophthalmology, ENT, the General medicine department conducted this. A Health card was issued by the community college for all the first year students like the previous year. About 775 students attended the camp and got benefited. About 100 students were provided with followup cards for further medical care. In addition to this, they were also provided free care at the hospital. The camp was successfully organized by Community College and was very well organized by Ms.Dinu Simon, Ms. Vincy Vincent, and the faculty members of  Community College.

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Published On: November 29th, 2018Categories: college news