AJ hospital Mangalore to hold free kidney check-up camp from May 15 to 30

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 14th May 2017, 4:31 PM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Bhatkal: ''A.J. Hospital & Research Centre, Mangalore, will be organising  a free check-up camp for Urology/Kidney releasted diseases from15th to 30th May 2017 between 9.30am and 12.30pm.'', stated marketing manager, Shivprasad Shetty in a press conference held at a private hotel here in Bhatkal on 13th May, Saturday.

Since many years, AJ hospital has conducted many camps successfully and thousands of patients have benefited from these camps. Hence, we ask people to take full advantage of upcoming camp. Check-up for various types of kidney related problems as well as Kidney stones, Prostate related problems, Renal failure and all other Urinary problems will be done at free of cost, while it's treatment will be done at very low cost, he said.

To participate in this camp, one need to register their​ name earlier. For more information regarding the camp contact at the given phone numbers 0824-6613252 or 8494890600

On this occasion hospital staff Muhammad Ashraf Sada and Social worker, Nazeer Kasimji were present on the dias.

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