Nepali Army’s week-long health camp ends

Rautahat, March 27

As many as 6,104 people benefited from the week-long free health camp organised by the Health Ministry and the Nepali Army in Gaur, Rautahat. The health camp came to an end today.

The Health Ministry and NA had jointly started the camp in the Barrack Grounds, Gaur, where 3,254 women and 2,850 men got their health checked.

Colonel Dipak Bahadur Adhikari said that as many as 101 patients were recommended for major surgery, while 29 patients were recommended for minor surgery.

Adhikari added that the NA had taken the initiative for the camp in hope of improving the relationship between the public and the NA.

Chief at the camp Dr Udayabajra Bajracharya said that the technical team, and other officers worked very hard for the health camp.

Dr Bajracharya expressed happiness after the team provided service to patients not only from Rautahat, but also from Bara, Sarlahi, Mahottari, Parsa and other places away from the border.

Dr Bajracharya informed that the patients, who had got surgery in the camp, were referred to the district hospital for dressing and other services.

Chief District Officer of Rautahat Uddab Bahadur Thapa said that the locals at Rautahat and other districts have benefited from the free health camp organised by the Nepali Army.

He also thanked the entire Nepali Army team for the noble work.