On the occasion of World Health Day 2023, Dr. Shovan Kumar Rath, a leading pain and palliative care specialist of Pain Free Odisha, organized a mega health camp for patients suffering from chronic pain at Bhimpur and Bhapur villages of Banpur, Khordha. The camp was aimed at providing free medical assistance and medicine distribution to patients in need.
Chronic pain affects a large number of people worldwide and can significantly impact their daily lives. It is a condition that requires proper diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management. Unfortunately, many patients with chronic pain do not have access to quality healthcare services, and the cost of medications can be a significant burden on them.
To address this issue, Dr. Shovan Kumar Rath organized a mega health camp to provide free medical assistance to patients suffering from chronic pain. The event was held in two villages, Bhimpur and Bhapur, and saw a large turnout of patients seeking treatment for their conditions.
The camp provided an opportunity for around 250 patients to consult with Dr. Shovan Kumar Rath, who is a renowned pain and palliative care specialist. He has over a decade of experience in treating chronic pain and has helped many patients manage their conditions effectively.
At the camp, Dr. Shovan Kumar Rath provided consultations to patients, diagnosed their conditions, and prescribed appropriate treatment. Patients who required medication were provided with free medicines, which were distributed by the team of volunteers.
The event was a huge success and helped many patients who otherwise would not have access to quality healthcare services. Patients expressed their gratitude towards Dr. Shovan Kumar Rath and his team for organizing the camp and providing them with much-needed medical assistance.
The mega health camp organized by Dr. Shovan Kumar Rath on the eve of World Health Day 2023 was an excellent initiative to provide free medical assistance and medicine distribution to patients suffering from chronic pain. It helped many patients who otherwise would not have access to quality healthcare services and provided them with much-needed relief from their conditions.