Doctor's Day Observed in Sirchar

Doctor’s Day Observed in Sirchar

Silchar: Silchar’s doctors, who were hit by a catastrophic flood, observed Friday’s Doctor’s Day in the best possible way. In other words, I served the people in the relief camp. The Silchar branch of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has organized medical camps in four relief camps in the town. At least 500 patients were treated and free medication was provided.

Prime Minister Himanta Biswa Salma, who was in town on Friday to monitor the flood situation, visited one such medical camp at GC College. Salma interacted with his doctor to find out if there was a risk of an epidemic, especially after the flood. Dr. Tanushree Devgupta, an associate professor at Sylchar Medical College who attended a patient at GC College, told the Prime Minister that fever, cold, cough and diarrhea are some of the most common illnesses ever diagnosed. I told you. Patients who received the necessary medications in the camp and needed better treatment were referred to either Silchar Municipal Hospital or SMCH.

Other medical camps were in Babutilla Puja Mandap near NIT, Cachar School in Malugram, and a marriage hall in the national highway area. At least 50 doctors attended the camp. At Babtilla Camp, the NGO “Saksham” has organized a hygiene and hygiene awareness program. At the Cachar School camp, former Ward Commissioner Bijendra Prasad Singh encouraged his doctor.

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