Prathima Hospitals – Free Health Camp and Blood Donation Camp

Prathima Hospitals conducted a health camp and blood donation camp at Jalpally, Katedan – Hyderabad in association with Sri Chantrapati Shivaji Maratha Sanskkritic Trust on 29th October, 2017. Prathima Hospitals staff and director participated in the event and donated blood. More than 1500 people attended the program and voluntarily donated blood. More than 300 people got screened in health camp.

 

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