Cong's Ahmed Patel inaugurates healthcare centre in Dediapada


Congress Rajya Sabha MP Ahmed Patel today dedicated to people a healthcare centre in Dediapada village of Narmada district.

The facility is built by Patel's HMP Foundation.

"Similar to our existing Health Centre in Piraman village of Ankleshwar this Centre would offer treatment free of cost to the general public, apart from providing Laboratory and Mobile van services to patients, Patel said in a release.

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The Foundation also organised a free medical camp catering to patients of the tribal community in the vicinity, and was attended by over 2000 people, the release said.

The participants were tested for sickle cell anaemia, apart from eye and general check-ups.

Later, Patel visited his adopted village of Vandri in Narmada District and called on district collector. He then took stock of the progress of development projects in the adopted village, the release said.

First Published: Feb 21 2015 | 9:35 PM IST

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