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posted Nov 30, 2017, 6:06 AM by Don Bosco Development Society   [ updated Nov 30, 2017, 6:09 AM ]
Mumbai, 28-November-2017:
The Don Bosco Development Society (DBDS) Mumbai, conducted a Free Health Camp for the underprivileged from the slums of Shanti-Nagar in which more than 210 women & men benefited. DBDS in association with the Seven Hills Hospital conducted it under the aegis of ‘Flood Relief Project’ supported by DON BOSCO MONDO, Bonn (Germany).

Mrs. Surekha Pednekar (Coordinator - DBDS) welcomed all the General Physicians, their Para-medical staff and the local leaders Mrs. Pushpa Koli & Mr. Eknath Gaikwad. The health camp saw ladies visiting in huge numbers as the slums in Shanti-Nagar, lack proper public health care services. The Health Camp provided specialised screening and consultation with experts on Dental check - up Naturopathy, Eye check-up, Cancer, Kidney, Heart (cardiac) related problems. 

Drs. Pinky Patil, Neha Qureshi, Kwaja and their expert team examined the people during this health camp. People with defective eye-sight were given spectacles at a highly subsidized cost of Rs. 100 to 200 only. The women were grateful to Don Bosco and Seven Hills Hospital for offering such a wide range of check-ups free of cost. The Vote of Thanks was proposed by Ms. Anita Kattimani (Staff – DBDS).