SRINAGAR: The J&K Yateem Foundation (JKYF) Monday organised a free health medical camp for the flood victims of Bemina and its adjoining areas here, screening around 455 patients and providing medical assistance worth Rs 2.25 lakh.
“The camp was third in the ongoing free health screening and medical camp series for the flood affected conducted by the J&K Yateem Foundation in collaboration with Help Poor Voluntary Trust and Markazi Baitul Maal,” a press statement issued here said.
Dr Dildar Mir, Dr Mir Mohammad Maqbool, and Dr Bashir Ahmad Laway inaugurated the day-long camp in presence of JKYF Chairman Mohammad Rafiq Lone and Chairman Markazi Baitul Maal Bemina Ajaz Hussain, it said.
Dr Altaf Shah, Dr Ghulam Nabi Lone, Dr Fayaz Ahmad Dr Saiqa, Dr Mir Mohammad Maqbool, Dr Javed Iqbal, and Dr Syed Arif, were prominent among the prominent volunteers who rendered their services at the camp, it added.
“In the camp, the diagnostic facilities to the tune of about Rs 1.50 Lakh were provided to patients while medicines amounting to about Rs 1, 00,000 were distributed among the flood affected patients. HPVT donated medicines worth approximately 30 thousand besides sample medicines costing approximately Rs 10, 000,” it said.