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Anil Baghi Hospital, in collaboration with Bansal Hospital & Scan Centre, today organized a successful free medical camp for residents of Guruharsahai and surrounding areas. The camp, held at Bansal Hospital & Scan Centre on Faridkot Road, near the petrol pump, provided free consultations to over 70 patients by renowned specialists Dr. Prof. Amal Kanti Sen, an Interventional Cardiologist, and Dr. Asitama Sarkar, an ENT Specialist.
The camp ran today, Thursday, 25th January 2024 from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM, offering services for a range of cardiac and ENT-related concerns. Patients seeking consultations received comprehensive examinations and valuable medical advice from both Dr. Sen and Dr. Sarkar. The initiative aimed to provide accessible healthcare to the local community and address the need for specialized medical expertise in the region.
“We are incredibly pleased with the turnout and positive response to today’s free medical camp,” expressed Dr. Shyam Sunder, owner and general physician at Bansal Hospital & Scan Centre. “Partnering with Anil Baghi Hospital and bringing Drs. Sen and Sarkar’s exceptional skills to Guruharsahai has been a privilege. We firmly believe in making quality healthcare accessible to everyone, and this camp embodies that commitment.”
Dr. Prof. Amal Kanti Sen, a leading cardiologist with extensive experience in interventional procedures, expressed his satisfaction with the camp’s outcome. “It was gratifying to be able to offer consultations and potentially identify early signs of cardiac issues in several patients,” he said. “Early diagnosis and intervention are crucial in managing heart health.
Dr. Asitama Sarkar, a renowned ENT specialist, echoed Dr. Sen’s sentiments and emphasized the importance of addressing ENT concerns at an early stage. “Many ENT problems can have significant ramifications if left untreated,” she explained. “By providing free consultations today, we hope to encourage people to seek timely medical attention and prevent complications.”