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Borderless World Foundation, Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh (BWF-JKL) in collaboration with the Directorate of Health Services Kashmir (DHSK) Saturday conducted a free medical camp at Sub District Hospital Kupwara, wherein more than 150 patients received free medical treatment, a statement of the foundation said.
“A team of Seven Doctors including Dr Dharmendra Patil (Ophthalmologist), Dr Ujwalla, Dr Joshi, Dr Raghav, Dr Gosavi, Dr Ashish and Dr Pritish working in various leading hospitals of Nasik, Maharashtra arrived in the Valley for conducting the Medical Camps for the sake of common people.”
The Team will conduct more medical camps in District Hospital Pulwama on 15th May 2016 and Sub District Hospital Chanapora on 18th May 2016.
Borderless World Foundation has been working in the State of Jammu & Kashmir for the welfare of female orphans, women empowerment and health care since 2002. One of the major works of Borderless World Foundation in the field of Health Care has been the four Cardiac and Trauma Care Ambulances that were donated to the State Government on 21st September 2015 which were launched by the former Chief Minister of the state late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed. The said Ambulances have been stationed at four different locations of the State and are under the administrative control of Directorate of Health Services Kashmir.