health camp

health camp

n
(Medicine) NZ a camp, usually at the seaside, for children requiring health care
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Alongside the health camp, an iftar was arranged for the labourers, with more than 1,500 iftar packs and gift hampers distributed.
Besides the iftar meal, Hyatt Plaza organised a free health camp, where participants had their blood pressure and blood sugar levels checked.
Binda Dhungel's children are now under treatment at a health camp that was set up by UNICEF
Jokha Mohd Khamis Al Farsi, the official in-charge of the Health Village, noted the health camp was set up to bring attention to the importance of good health and give visitors useful tips while they enjoy visiting the festival.
On Tuesday, Gautam Budh Nagar health department had organised a health camp in the village to check the sudden rise in the cases of liver disease.
The medical camp at Deerfields will be well equipped with mobile breast cancer screening unit, doctors, professional medical staff, and volunteers to guide visitors to the health camp.
People living in Kathua district appreciated government's effort to organise such a health camp at their door step and to provide free check-up and medicines as well.
Over 300 people visited the health camp while Angela was there - 178 were given medicine and 54 had teeth taken out.
The aim of the health camp was to raise awareness among its employees about the importance of living a healthier lifestyle, a statement from GFH said.
His vague statements about a possible presidential bid in the 2011 elections came at the Kamchiya resort complex where, together with Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov, he opened a children's health camp "Raduga" owned by the City of Moscow.
Meanwhile, 30 women underwent operation for uterine prolapse at an obstetrics health camp in Birendranagar, Surkhet.
Peter Sotheran, a former president of the club, speaks about the two weeks when he worked at a health camp in Kenya.

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