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Free Health Services For The Public At Uganda Baati Health Camp

Free Health Services For The Public At Uganda Baati Health Camp

Members of the public will have the chance to receive free medical services during a Uganda Baati health camp. The roofing sheets manufacturer organized the camp as a way of giving back to the community.

George Arodi, the CEO spoke during the launch of the two-day health camp and emphasized the importance of regular wellness checkups.

“As an organization, we are actively implementing policies and programs that promote a healthy work-life balance. Offering wellness resources, and supporting initiatives that will improve the health of our staff and the communities that we serve,” he said.

Some of the services there are free HIV, Hepatitis B, Malaria, blood pressure testing. In addition to that, safe male circumcision, dental check, eye examination and blood donation will also take place.

Arodi further mentioned their partnership with various medical service providers to ensure free medical services are provided.

Some of these medical service providers include IDI, Ruby Hospital, Lapaire, Lancet Laboratories, Minet, Malaria Free Uganda, KCCA, C-Care, Uganda Blood Transfusion, and Bhandari dental care.

Lancet Laboratories’ Dr. David Kawalya said that HIV positive women are more likely to develop cervical cancer than the HIV negative ones.

“It is important for all young women to get checked early to curb any early signs of cervical cancer before it’s late. The World Health Organization report indicates that cervical cancer can be comprehensively controlled through primary vaccination against HPV, screening and treatment of pre-cancerous lesions, and if diagnosed, palliative care is advised,” Dr.Kawalya noted.

George Arodi highlighted the need to improve the state of the health sector in our country. He added that the company is happy to contribute to this with free health services. This is especially to communities at their Kampala and Tororo clinics.

“The company conducts weekly community outreaches to extend healthcare services to vulnerable communities. At the clinics, free immunization, Hepatitis B vaccinations, malaria testing, and general consultations with the masses are conducted,” he said.

He also commended the various medical partners that have joined the company for such a Nobel cause.

On top of that, he encouraged everyone to embrace this initiative as an opportunity for growth, self-reflection, and positive change.

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