Friday, 1 March 2013


Kurnool, February 24, 2013: Rehab India Foundation organized medical camps at Nizamudheen Colony and Nandamuri Nagar Villages of District Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh dated on 24th February 2013.

At Nizamudheen Colony, MBBS doctor Abdul Kaleem diagnosed the patients. Altogether, Rehab provided treatment to 77 poor patients who were unable to afford the expenses of private hospitals.

During medical relief programme at Nizamudheen Colony, it was noticed that most of the patients were suffering from fever, joint pain, ENT, allergy, etc.

On same day, medical camp was also conducted at Nandamuri Nagar Village, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh. Camp was led by MBBS doctor Saifullah and he provided medical relief to 40 marginalized patients. Most of the patients were suffering from blood pressure, fever, ENT and skin infection.

Team Rehab with Doctors Saifullah and Abdul Kaleem educated the individuals about the ill effects of smoking, chewing tobacco and inhaling white fluid. Importance of yoga and other physical exercises were also highlighted in medical camps.

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