The Indian specialist hospital in Nigeria, Primus International Super Specialty Hospital is offering a free Health camp from 13th February to 25th February, at its hospital at Karu in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The hospital management said the decision for these free Health camp is part of its corporate social responsibility to open its services and state of- the art equipments to Nigerian patients, majority of whom could not afford to go abroad.
The Hospital’s Public Relations Officer, AlhUmaruJibia, in a statement made available to journalists in Abuja said, “ the free camp consultation was for, knee, hip, and joint replacement, neck and back pains, arthroscopy, minimal invasive orthopaedic surgery, internal medicine, diabetes, among others.
Recall that in the last four years, the hospital conducted twenty-three free camps with over 12,000 patients benefiting from free consultation and other services.
The hospital also offers a free First Aid Assistance and with a 10 percent discount on drugs, 15 percent discount on laboratory and 20 percent discount on MRI And others.
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