HPVT multi-specialty consultation for people on April 6
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Srinagar, Mar 31: On the eve of World Health Day, Help Poor Voluntary Trust is organising free multi-specialty consultation for people suffering from various diseases at Help Poor House, opposite Iqbal Park, Near New Hotel Sunshine here on April 6, Wednesday.
According to the Trust functionaries, the consultation would be held in diseases related to Endocrinology, Nephrology, Oncology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Gynecology and Psychiatry.
“Two teams of about 18 senior consultants and specialists from SK Institute of Medical Sciences, Soura and Government Medical College here will be available during the camp which will start at 9:30 AM till 1:30 PM,” they said, adding the consultation would be available to the registered patients only. The registration, they said was open to all the poor, needy and deserving patients suffering from above mentioned disorders.
They said the desirous patients may register themselves on 9797829560, 9906654616 & 0194-2312056 or email: email@example.com, by or before April 5.
“We will also dedicate USG centre and patient trolleys to the people on the same day during a function in which the SKIMS Director, Dr. Abdul Hamid Zargar will be the chief guest,” they added.
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