On the day of Diwali a record was stored in files of medical service. As many as six hundred ailing patients were checked and medical treatment provided by top doctors of the Jharkhand government run hospital RIMS.
Their aim was to pay tributes to the departed soul of a RIMS doctor Dr Siraj Uddin who had died due to COVID-19 this year.All patients were provided free medical service inside Siraj Memorial Hospital in Giridih.
The medical aid was part of free medical camp held to screen people for blood Sugar, Cardiac complications. All doctors and nurses of Siraj Memorial Hospital included Dr M. S. Ahmad, Dr Ahmad Sharfuddin Dr Syed Azaz Hashmi, Dr Alimuddin, Dr Md Khurshid Ansari, Dr Nayeem Akhtar, Dr Shadab Hassan(MS,Surgery,RIMS) Dr Syed Md Sharique (MS,Surgery,SR,RIMS), Dr Shefa Habib, Dr Md Arif Tauheed, Dr Md Shafique Alam, Dr Md Ragheeb Tauheed, Dr Saquib jamal (MBBS,HS,RIMS), Dr Prerna Nag, Dr Binita Agarwal,Dr Abdul Zafar, Dr Hasnain, Dr Fuzail Akram, Dr Iqbal Hassan, Dr Md Athar Alam, Dr Saddam, Dr Rehan.
Dr M.S.Ahmad said, his hospital is committed to serve the public. "This was our first medical camp after the pandemic patients had complained of rise in blood sugar and BP after recovery from Covid-19.
Through free check-ups, people knew if they needed consultation and treatment. Many were referred to RIMS HOSPITAL Ranchi , Than for further investigation and treatment," said Sabir Warsi, and chairperson Dr M. K. Uddin.
"More such free camps for the poor are needed. Moneyed people should come forward and hold such camps across the Ghorthamba city, according to Dr M. S. Akhtar.
The spokesperson of the Siraj Memorial Hospital said, "This is was this year's biggest medical camp which included tests for diabetes and, cardiac even cancer. There was a doctor for consultation in" EYE" and "ENT"treatment too. The purpose was to detect the after-effects of Rural Poor Patients. It was also held to remove hesitancy among some people about getting vaccinated for child ."