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Dubai, Oct 14: In keeping with its goal and tradition of helping the less fortunate, Emirates Paradela, an organization dedicated to helping the poor and needy, held a successful medical camp with the help and assistance of Dr Ashok Kapoor, renowned Cardiologist and his efficient team of Get Well Medical Centre on October 13 from 8 a.m. to 1.00 noon.

Members of Paradela who are spread all over the Emirates arranged to bring in the men from the lower income group from as far as Abu Dhabi and Sharjah so that they could avail themselves of the free medical check up and various cardiac and medical tests that were done at the Camp.
Over 37 men from all different nationalities and ranging from the ages 24 - to over 55 years were checked and some cases with diagnosed for further investigations.  As a goodwill gesture, Ms. Kusum a benevolent lady came forward to share her Diwali joy by providing food packets to all those who attended the camp. Ms. Uma G  another volunteer, too rendered her services in making this camp a success.

Emirates Paradela had to restrict the number to only 40 patients this time and the others will be checked up at the next medical camp to be held at the same venue on the occasion of the UAE National Day.  This Free Medical camp will be open to all nationalities - both men and women, but prior registration is compulsory to attend this camp.

As a token of the willing and voluntary services that are offered by both Dr Ashok and Dr Sarita Kapoor, a memento was presented by the President on behalf of the Emirates Paradela team. Dr. Rajashekar also of the Getwell Clinic has been an integral part of this Free Camp. He is fluent in three languages - which was a great boon as he was able to converse freely with the patients and make them feel comfortable.

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