A specialist hospital, Primus International Super Specialty Hospital has intensified efforts to render social services to the people by offering free medical check-up for residents of the Federal Capital City.
According to the hospital management, the decision to provide free medical check- up for is part of its corporate social responsibility and also an avenue to show case its services and state of- the art equipments to Nigerian patients, majority of whom could not afford to go abroad.
The hospital’s Public Relations Officer, Umaru Jibia, in the statement said, “The free check up camp consultation was carried out in the areas dietician consultation/General Physician, eye check, blood sugar, Gynecology consultation and cardiology.
The hospital said that in the last seven months it has conducted six free health check up Camps in the following places namely the Petroleum Technology Development Fund Garki, Ecwa Gospel Church, Karu and at Sheraton Hotel, with over 450 patients benefiting from free consultation and other services.
The hospital said it also offers free First Aid assistance to residents in the FCT.