Florence hospital holds health camp

Srinagar: The Florence hospital here organised a free health camp in which 500 patients were examined.
 In a communiqué, hospital said, the patients were examined by physician, surgeon, orthopedicians, gynecologist and pediatrician. “We will hold free medical camps on weekly basis in different districts of Kashmir,” it said, adding the camps were organised to give the best medical and surgical consultations to the poor and needy patients who cannot afford to pay for investigations, consultation and medicine.

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