Around 550 patients benefitted from free OPD consultation as a part of 3rd Integrity Week at Raj Medicity

Around 550 patients benefitted from free OPD consultation as a part of 3rd Integrity Week at Raj Medicity

Written By: / Friday, 21 June 2019 17:38

IT News
Imphal , June 21,

Around 550 patients get benefitted from the 3rd Integrity week which was observed from June 16 to June 22. The integrity week which was observed at Raj Medicity every year offer free OPD consultation and small medium surgical procedures.
The program also benefitted 21 patients to undergo operation which will be free at cost.
The free OPD consultation began from June 16, under the timing from 10 in the morning till 2 in the evening.
The Integrity week which offer free medical facilities was done under Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme.
The free facilities given by Raj Medicity as a part of the Integrity week will end today for the General public and tomorrow the hospital will focus on giving free medical aid to media persons.
Around 77 patients came on the first day which is 16 June. 17 June was halted as a solidarity to the Indian Medical Association than later on the third day 109 patients came for medical facilities. 19 June was one of the day where many patients came. It was recorded around 193 patients were there on 19 June.
128 patients came to check to Raj Medicity on the 20 June. Finally more than 50 patients came today till the filing of the report.
Speaking to media persons Medical Superintendent of Raj Medicity Dr A. Ibotombi Sharma said that they were quite happy to see many people turn out in their Integrity week. He added that the patient turn out was more than what they have expected.
He also appealed the people to take the facilities given by Raj Medicity in its Integrity week for the welfare of the general public.
Speaking to media persons one of the patients identified as Okram Ashalata expressed gratitude regarding free medical aid given by Raj Medicity. Many who were poor can get benefitted from the medical aid given by the hospital. She said that even though government hospitals provided medical facilities at minimal amount, such hospital took lots of patients time and also in making appointments with the doctors. She added that private hospital took lesser amount of time in any procedures or making appointments with the doctors.

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