NIZAMABAD: Minister for Medical Education P. Sudarshan Reddy said his Ministry on Saturday took a decision to conduct health camps in flood-affected districts. Government as well as private doctors would be roped in for attending the camps with required medicines.
Flagging off the vans carrying the pure drinking water provided by the Mega Water Suppliers for the flood victims in Mahaboobnagar and Kurnool districts, here on Saturday evening, the Minister called upon the managements of other drinking water plants to follow the suit in the larger interests of society.
Collector K. Sunitha, Zilla Parishad Chairman K. Venkatramana Reddy, Joint Collector M. Jagannatham and DCC president G. Gangadhar were present. The Minister, earlier, said to instil confidence among people mega multi-super specialty health camps would be conducted across the State.
Inaugurating one such camp at the Government Hospital here, he said 36 super specialist doctors of the Gandhi Hospital would examine the patients at the camps.
Those who required the additional treatment would be referred to NIMS or Osmania General Hospital, he said.