The Army in collaboration with the Borderless World Foundation (BWF) organized a medical camp in Dardapura village of North Kashmir’s Panzgam district on Tuesday. Mentioned the need for medical assistance to women, children and the elderly. To meet this need, the Indian Army in collaboration with the Borderless World Foundation organized a medical camp at Dardapura, Panjgam village. This foundation has played an important role by providing medical aid in the Valley in collaboration with the Indian Army. In this area where people are deprived of special medical facilities, pediatricians, paediatricians, orthopedic physicians, dentists, psychologists and medicine specialists along with 03 paramedical staff of Borderless World Foundation and army medical officers visited this remote area. Ensured provision of medical aid to the people of All patients were received at the reception center where they were given prescription slips. Patients were directed to the waiting room of the respective OPD. A total of 511 people including 127 men, 248 women and 136 children participated in the camp. Medical check-ups were given to each one along with specific medical advice at different OPDs. After completion of check-up, medicines were dispensed by experts as endorsement on medical slips.
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