Monday, 4 March 2013

Army to host medical camp at Fardapur - Source LT

Ex-servicemen to benefit
Aurangabad Military Cantonment will organise a medial Outreach Camp at Fardapur on March 7 and 8. According to details, multi-speciality 'Medical Outreach Camps' are being organised by the Army in remote parts of the country to commemorate 250 years of Army Medical Corps. 
The camp at Fardapur will be inaugurated by Lt Gen Abhijit Guha in the presence of Brigadier Surender Pavamani, commander Aurangabad Military Cantonment. Many ex-servicemen from the districts of Aurangabad, Jalgaon, Buldana, and Jalna will benefit from the camp.
The veterans of armed forces and their dependents residing in the area will be benefitted from the camp. The aim is to provide comprehensive medical services such as surgery, medicine, orthopaedics, ophthalmology, ENT, gynaecology, community medicine and dentistry to them. In addition to medical facilities, an extension counter of the CSD canteen, registration of anomalies in pension, stalls by State Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra and State Bank of Hyderabad will be there.

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  1. I am moved by the commitment of the India Army to serve the people of India. I pray that G_d shower many blessings on the Medical Outreach Camps and that many veterans are served as they once served their country.

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