The 4th Annual Mega Health Camp for the SXD Outreach Schooling Children, their parents and neighbours was an upgrade on the previous one in many good ways : -
a. This time, all students of the Jesuit Boys' Town (Kishor Nagar); a residential schooling facility for destitute and orphan boys) were also carried-in from 20 kms away for their holistic health check-up.
b. A perfect synergy of community participation was achieved :
- Nursing Staff - 20 of them, were provided by Mahadevi Birla Nurses' Training College, Mahilong, Ranchi.
- Paramedic Assistance was provided by Bhagwan Mahavir Medica Superspecialty Hospital, Booty, Ranchi.
- State of the art Mobile Ophthalmic Check-up Van Facility was provided by SGVS Hospital, Khunti.
- Diabetes Detection and Blood Pressure Detection Section was manned and supported by SD Biosensors Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., Gurugram.
- Automated Pulmonary Disease Detection and Lungs' Function Test facility was provided by Cipla Ltd.
- Free distribution of medicines and pharmaceuticals was sponsored by M/s Pama Pharmaceuticals, Ranchi.
- Physical infrastructure, transportation, audio and accoustics, venue, etc. were provided courtesy St. Xavier's School, Doranda.
- Doranda Old Xaverians took on themselves the organization, publicity, media coverage, layout and set-up, tentage, fooding for patients doctors and volunteers, printing & stationery, manning and database management of registration, logistics, signages, monitoring and control, honouring and honorarium of doctors and volunteers, and all other cost-heads.
- Spectacles were sponsored by Dr. Devendra Singh, Mr. Sanjay Paul, Mr. Ashish Budhia, Mr. Tirthankar Bose, Mr. Agrawal, Mr. Vishal Jain.
- In All, 28 Doctors, mostly Doranda Old Xaverians, including Six General Physicians, 3 Doctors of Medicine, 2 Gyne & Obs, Endocrinologist, Pulmonologist, 2 Orthopedic Surgeons, Ophthalmic Surgeon, 4 Optometrists, Dermatology (Skin) & Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Community Medicine, Physiotherapy & Rehabilitative Medicine, Ear-Nose-Throat, Audiometry and Dentistry & Oral Hygiene offered their services for all patients.
664 patients were examined and treated.
197 patients were given spectacles on real-time basis.
All patients were given medicines free of cost.
Chronic and critical illness patients were identified and adopted for treatment.