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Jamal Mohamed College Alumni Association Kuwait Chapter (JMCAK) Organised Medical Camp

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Jamal Mohamed College Alumni Association Kuwait Chapter (JMCAK) successfully organized the seventh Mega Free Medical Camp in association with Indian Doctor Forum and Indian Tamil Nurses Forum (ITNF) with the guidance of Embassy of India Kuwait on Friday 10 January 2020 at Salmiya Indian Model School (SIMS) – Salmiya. The theme of this medical camp was “100% Medical Awareness for Under Privileged People”.

This Camp was organized for Men, Women & Children with Medical Experts like General Medicine, Dermatology, Cardiology, Diabetes, Gynecology, Orthopedic, Oncology, Cancer, Physiotherapy, ENT, and Eye Care. Apart from that, we provide services like BMI, BP, Blood Sugar, Cholesterol, ECG & Ultra Sound tests were made available. More than 650 beneficiaries participated and had their consultation. The dedication and hard work put in by the JMC Alumni volunteers and Social Servicers helped the participants to avail camp facilities easily.


The brief inaugural ceremony started with recitation of verses from Holy Quran by Br. Abdul Kareem, Welcome speech by Br. Hidhayathullah followed by President Speech by M.Mohamed (JMCAK President). Chief Co-coordinator Br. Ameer delivered the speech with briefing our objectives of Health Campaigns and outlined the aim of the Event. Dr. Mohan Ram (Gen. Secretary of IDF) appreciated the Doctors & our association for serving the community.

Our Great Well Wisher & Supporter Dr. Hyther Ali (TVS Hyther Group) , his delegation Br.Rashid Khan, Br. Rashaadhi shared the stage and Rashaadhi briefed how Islam & Medical is inter related. Br. Ramajayam (ITNF) shared his support to the camp. Dr. Susovana Sujit Nair (Jt. Secreatary –Community Services) thanked everyone for their support. The ceremony ended with mementos presentation and vote of thanks.

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