Market Doctor and Shalina Healthcare Partner to Provide Free Medical Outreach to Gbagi Market Community
Market Doctor, in partnership with Shalina Healthcare, recently carried out a medical outreach at Gbagi market in Ibadan, Oyo State. Beneficiaries received free medical consultation, free medical screening such as blood pressure checks, blood sugar checks, and malaria tests, and free medications.
The medical outreach was a success, with over 500 people receiving free medical services. Many of the beneficiaries expressed their gratitude to Market Doctor and Shalina Healthcare for providing them with access to essential healthcare services.
The Importance of Medical Outreaches
Medical outreaches are an important way to provide healthcare services to people in underserved communities. These communities often lack access to quality healthcare, and medical outreaches can help to bridge this gap.
Medical outreaches also provide an opportunity to educate people about important health issues and to promote preventive care. For example, many people in underserved communities are unaware of the importance of regular blood pressure and blood sugar checks. Medical outreaches can help to raise awareness of these issues and encourage people to seek regular medical care.
Market Doctor’s Commitment to Improving Healthcare Access
Market Doctor is committed to improving healthcare access for people in underserved communities. The organization works through a network of mobile clinics to provide free and affordable healthcare services to people in need.
Market Doctor also partners with other organizations, such as Shalina Healthcare, to carry out medical outreaches and provide additional healthcare services to underserved communities.
Market Doctor’s medical outreach at Gbagi market was a valuable initiative that helped to improve healthcare access for people in need. The organization is committed to improving the health and well-being of people in underserved communities.
We encourage everyone to support Market Doctor’s work in improving healthcare access. You can donate to the organization, volunteer your time, or simply spread the word about the importance of healthcare access for all.