Health Camp Brings Specialized Care to RHTC Gohrimafi:

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In a commendable effort to enhance community healthcare, the Department of Community Medicine at RHTC Gohrimafi

Dateline Dehradun: In a commendable effort to enhance community healthcare, the Department of Community Medicine at RHTC Gohrimafi, serving under the aegis of Himalayan Hospital organized a specialist health camp that witnessed the dedicated service of Dr. Yasir Ahmad Lone, a distinguished Paediatric Surgeon from the Surgery Department. Under the leadership of Dr. Abhay Srivastava, the overall incharge of the camp, the event aimed to address the healthcare needs of the community.

Dr. Yasir Ahmad Lone attended 52 patients, providing specialized care and expert medical advice. Patients, carefully mobilized from the community, were assessed by health workers from the Department of Community Medicine, ensuring a comprehensive outreach.

The specialist health camp played a crucial role in bringing advanced medical services closer to the community, allowing residents to access specialized care that might otherwise be challenging to obtain. Dr. Yasir Ahmad Lone’s expertise significantly benefited patients, with diagnoses and treatment plans tailored to individual needs.

The successful organization of this health camp reflects the commitment of RHTC Gohrimafi to community welfare and healthcare accessibility. Such initiatives contribute significantly to the overall well-being of the community, fostering a healthier and more informed population. The Department of Community Medicine continues to strive for excellence in providing healthcare services that make a positive impact on the lives of the residents it serves.

Dr. Abhay Srivastava emphasized the critical importance of raising awareness within the community about pediatric surgical issues, highlighting that early recognition and understanding of these problems can significantly improve outcomes and quality of life for children. He underscored the need for continuous education to empower parents and caregivers to recognize symptoms promptly, ensuring timely intervention and better health outcomes for the younger members of the community.