Gadchiroli May 10 (District Correspondent) A free diagnostic camp was recently organized at Zilla Parishad Higher Primary School of village Jogisakhra in Armori taluka in association with Anusaya Hospital Armori and Gram Panchayat, Jogisakhra. After health check-up of all the villagers, family health cards were distributed to the villagers present in the camp.
Dr. Shilu Chimurkar of the Anusaya Hospital, Dr. Mahesh Kopulwar, senior leader of CPI, Sandeep Thakur, Sarpanch of Jogisakhra were prominently present in this camp as the chief guests.
In this camp, diseases related to men and women were examined by the expert doctors and awareness was also raised about diseases like normal and caesarean delivery, infertility, piles, appendix, hydrocele, cancer, hernia and fissure etc.
The family health cards will provide all the information about the health of citizens and will be a passbook of health. Citizens who have registered in Family Head Card will get health services at discounted rates along with their family members. They will be guided from time to time. The health information of all the family members will be recorded in this health card, said Dr. Shilu Chimurkar while guiding the participants. Family health card registration is free and maximum citizens of the area should avail the benefits, she appealed.
The program was attended by Gram Panchayat members Ms. Jyoti Ghutke, Vaishali Chaple, Pratibha Mohurle, Karishma Mankar, Ashwini Ghodam, Gurudev Kumare, Swapnil Garfade, Devidas Thakre and many others.