Free cardiac camp held
MANZOOR UL HASSAN
Srinagar, July 9: In memory of his mother noted Cardiologist, Dr Upinder Kaul organized a free medical camp at Khyber Medical Institute on Saturday.
“My mother Gauri Kaul believed in social work and serving poor people so I thought why not to organize a camp in her memory,” Dr Kaul said.
In the camp large number of patients with different heart ailments availed the expertise of national acclaimed cardiologists including Dr Kaul.
Patients were also provided free medicines and bio-medical tests.
Dr Kaul, who is also a visiting consultant at Khyber Medical Institute and an Executive Director, Escorts New Delhi, had invited his colleagues from the Escorts to treat the patients in Kashmir.
Dr Kaul appreciated the support of Khyber Hospital administration in helping him in this endeavour.
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