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Over 250 expats benefit from AMUAAQ's free medical camp.

Tribune News Network Doha THE Aligarh Muslim University Alumni Association Qatar (AMUAAQ), in association with Imara Medical Centre Qatar, conducted its first free medical camp on Friday. The free medical camp was held at Imara Medical Centre, opposite Grand Mall, in Asian Town. Nearly 250 expatriates including families, kids and single workers benefited from the medical camp. Specialist doctors provided the expats free consultation on general medicine, family medicine, gynaecology, paediatrics, cardiology, radiology and ophthalmology. The expats were also provided free dental check-up and a wide range of tests for blood pressure, blood sugar, BMI, cupping therapy (Hijama) and physiotherapy. A team of health professionals from Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) also created awareness about organ donation among the participants on the occasion. According to AMU Alumni Association President Jawed Ahmad, Qatar's leading medical institutions like Sidra Medicine, Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC), Imara Medical Centre and prominent private centres offered their services at the medical camp. Indian Ambassador to Qatar HE P Kumaran inaugurated the free medical camp. Amongst the dignitaries present on the occasion were the First Secretary at the Indian Embassy SRH Fahmi, AMUAAQ's Chief Patron MS Bukhari, CEO of Imara Medical Centre Abdul Hakkim, ICBF President P N Baburajan, ISC General Secretary Habibun Nabi Zama, Obaid Tahir and Subramani. Meanwhile, the ambassador visited each section and met with doctors and the team to enquire about their findings. He also met patients and appreciated the efforts of AMU Alumni Association Qatar to support the community. Others who attended the medical camp were Qamar Alam, Dr. Syed Jaffery, Dr Nadeem Zafar Jilani, Danish Ali Khan, Abdul Karim, Farman Khan, Javed Sultan, Mosheer Alam, Dr Ashna Nusrat, Irfan, Imtiyaz, Mr & Mrs Sanjeev, Sibtain, Amanuddin Ashraf and Dr Atif Iqbal.

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Publication:Qatar Tribune (Doha, Qatar)
Geographic Code:7QATA
Date:Apr 21, 2019
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