FC organises medical camp in Dera Bugti

380 patients provided treatment free of charge

APP January 16, 2019
A Frontier Corps doctor treats a patient at the medical camp. PHOTO: EXPRESS

QUETTA: The Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan Bambore Rifles organised a day-long free medical camp and treated more than 380 patients suffering from various diseases in the Lop Sehrani area of Dera Bugti on Tuesday.
According to an FC spokesperson, the free medical camp was arranged on the special directives of Balochistan FC Inspector General Major General Fayyaz Hussain Shah, where the FC doctors along with the paramedics staff examined the patients.

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More than 380 patients, including 197 male, 86 women and 97 children, were examined and given medicines free of cost besides performing diagnostic tests. Ultrasound, lab tests and other facilities were provided in the camp keeping in mind the needs of the people of the remote area.
Locals of the area appreciated the Balochistan FC’s efforts in serving humanity and providing free medical assistance to the poor citizens.


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