Medical and Veterinary Camp at Kansar, Doda
As a part of ongoing outreach and helping populace, Indian Army conducted a Medical and Veterinary Camp at Kansar. The camp was inaugurated by Indian Army, who assured the inhabitants of unconditional and everlasting support. A medical team comprising of one Medical Officer, two Nursing Assistants and one Battle Field Nursing Assistant from Indian Army and two veterinary doctors provided the much needed medical cover to the ladies, children and elderly people and domestic animals during the camp. A large number of patients turned up for the medical check-up from the nearby villages. This medical camp was organised by making necessary arrangements including various types of medicines, medical equipment and facilities for examination of patients. Wide publicity was given to ensure that maximum people avail this opportunity to attend the camp. During the camp a total of 132 patients were treated which included 51 x ladies, 72 x gents and 09 x children. A total of 43 domestic animals were also treated during the veterinary camp. The populace was grateful to The Indian Army for their concentrated efforts and assistance in providing medical aid at their door step. Indian Army also gave information about Health, Nutrition and Child Care to the parents in order to spread medical awareness amongst the general populace.