Couple of days back, we had a medical camp at Panki. One of the major strategies at NJH over the last decade has been networking with like-minded non-governmental agencies, churches and para-church organisations.
The partners for today's medical camp was the Calvary Gospel Mission and the Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Snaps from the event . . .
|People waiting for their turn|
|Another snap of the camp site|
|Dr. Kumudh seeing a patient|
|Mr. Arun and nursing students dispensing the medicines|
|Ms. Meghala and Mrs. Julita helping out with registrations|
|It started to rain. And the people waited patiently|
|Another view of the crowds|
|The team getting ready to return to NJH|
The statistics . . . we saw over 350 patients. A team of 12 staff including 2 doctors participated.
We're quite interested in the diagnosis of patients who came to the camp. I shall put up more information in a later post.