What are community Health Camp?
Community Health Camps are free-for-all check-up camps set up primarily to bring awareness among the deprived and needy population. Most low-income and marginalized people have little access to basic health facilities. Community Health Camps aim to provide a free consultation to the patients and suggest further treatment if needed. The free consult ensures that people get the proper treatment immediately without further delays.
Dr. O P Bhalla Foundation organized Free Community Health Camp with Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies.
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What is Health Camp Series?
Dr. O P Bhalla Foundation organized Health Camp Series in celebration of the birth anniversary of our Hon’ble Founder, Dr. O P Bhalla Ji. Look out as our medical team would be setting up Camps all over Faridabad for the neediest and the most underprivileged sections of the society. Please help us locate them in your neighbourhoods and tell us where we should set up our next camp.
Date: March 20th, 2023 to May 20th, 2023
JUNE 2022: SENIOR CITIZEN CLUB IN SECTOR 21
Dr. O P Bhalla Foundation organized Free Community Health Camp in Senior Citizen Club in Sector-21A Faridabad. While the Camp was open to all, the main target demographic were the elderly citizen living near the area. Team Foundation organize the health camp under the mentorship of Dr. Amit Seth, Director, MRIIRC and Brig. NN Mathur, President, Senior Citizen Society. Dr. NC Wadhwa, Director General, MREI and Vice Chairman, Dr. OP Bhalla Foundation, visited the Camp and shared his wisdom and words of encouragement for the organizing team. Around 100 patients from different sectors, age groups and economic backgrounds attended the Camp.
JULY 2022: MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, CHARMWOOD
Dr. O P Bhalla Foundation organized Free Community Health Camp in Manav Rachna International School, Charmwood. The aim was to provide free health checkups and consultations to the underprivileged population in the area. The camp received 160+ online registration and also catered to 50+ additional walk-ins. The health camp was a success and received an overwhelming response and encouragement to carry forward such noble initiatives for the betterment of society.