Kaliapani: Today Bansidhar & Ila Panda Foundation the CSR wing of IMFA organised a General Health Camp at a remote area Balipada village Project UP School in kansa Gram Panchayat of Sukinda Block for the general public. Total 285 patients like women, children, old people and other villagers were treated by the doctors, paramedical staffs and free medicines are distributed.
Narayan Chandra Dhir- Gen Sec SRCKMS inaugurated the camp where in Bhagwati Mohanta- advisor, Prabhat Pradhan Vice President, Bharat Mohanta- Joint Gen Sec all from SRCKMS, 37 no Zilla Parishad member Pratap Patra, Ghasiram Behera- Samiti Sabhya, Sambhunath Murmu- Social worker of Kansa GP, School Head Master Rabindra Narayan Mohanta, School Management Committee chairman and local leaders/villagers were present.
The health camp was organised by BIPF the CSR wing of IMFA with Dr. Jaydeb Nanda-Medical Officer, Sukinda, Ayurveda Dr. Rashmi Rekha Parida- Hatibari PHC, Mr. Mahendra Mohanty Malaria technician- Sukinda CHC,Imfa in-house doctors like Dr.Sabyasachi Mohapatra, Padmanav Mohanta, Pharmacist, Bansidhar Mohanty- Laboratory technician along with local Anganwadi Didi and Asha Didi etc.
Total 295 patients like women, children, old people and other villagers were treated by the doctors, and free medicines are distributed. Blood test done for suspected malaria with 19 no patients where 5 cases found positive. So they were advised for the required treatment accordingly.
Balipada and Kamarda volunteers and school management committee have helped in the camp. The entire camp was successfully organized by BIPF and Public Relation department of IMFA. The officials from IMFA Jagan Mohan Mallick, Milan Ranjan Kar, Ansuman Mohapatra, Pankaj Malla, Hiryana Nayak from IMFA and Deepak Mohanty, Purna Mahanta, Hemalata Mahanta from BIPF have organized the successful functioning of the camp. IMFA Branch Committee workers union members like Deepak Maharana, Bharat Rout etc were also cooperated in the camp.
The health camp by IMFA/ BIPF was well appreciated by the local people.