NRT 83 hosts free medical camp for residents of Sukali and two more villages in Hingna distt

Nagpur: India is a country where a significant section of the nation's populace lives in the villages. The Primary Health Centres in villages do play an important role however lack expertise in identifying/diagnosing many health issues and advice appropriate treatment. The Indian villages are surrounded by poverty, diseases, as well as lack of cleanliness. Many lack proper drainage facilities, and most of the drains are squalid. Due to a lack of facilities and improper management in rural areas, people living in villages suffer a lot due to various chronic diseases.



In this post Covid-19 era, we have learnt the importance of staying healthy and building medical infrastructure. Despite all the development we still have villagers in our country who have to travel long distances to access basic medical infrastructure.



In recognition of this, Nagpur Round Table 83, under its Community Service facet hosted a free medical camp for the residents of Sukali village and two more nearby villages in Hingna district.


The camp was lead by Dr. Alok Saboo.

1. Dr. Alok Saboo – General Physician

2. Dr. Ishan Ghuse – Orthopaedic

3. Dr. Rahul Saboo – Urologist

4. Dr. Anupam Ikare – Dentist

5. Dr. Gitika Patni – Dermatologist

6. Dr. Ankush Agnihotri – Ophthalmologist

7. Dr. Soumya Rathi – Infertility Specialist

8. Dr. Sanjana Sainani – Gynaecologist


The doctors very generously sparred their precious time to provide free consultations to the residents. More than 300 free consultations were provided along with free medication. The camp was held in association with Bridge the Gap Foundation.



Round Table India (RTI) is an organization of non-political and non-sectarian young men between the age group of 18 and 40. The aim of the young men is to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in national and international affairs. Round Table India, the association, was formed in 1962 with just a membership of 100. It has, over the last 4 decades, grown to become a 4600 member strong association, individuals who can rise above personal concerns to seek and serve the larger needs of the community.

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