|Local people have their health checked.|
The mission provided free health checkups, medicine and health counseling for 700 policy beneficiaries, those who made great contribution to the revolution and people in need in the locality.
In addition, the medical personnel from Military Hospital 103 and the National Burn Hospital of the Military Medical University equipped local people with basic knowledge of several common diseases and methods to protect their family members’ health.
|Policy beneficiaries in Trieu Chau commune receive gifts.|
Also at the event, the Military Medical University presented gifts to 25 needy policy beneficiaries and five computers to the Kindergarten of Trieu Chau.
According to Major General Nguyen Viet Luong, the university’s Political Commissar, in response to the “Gratitude-paying” movement, the university has provided free health checkups for needy people in Son La, Lang Son, Lai Chau, Thai Nguyen, Vinh Phuc, Quang Tri, Thanh Hoa, Cao Bang and Ha Giang provinces, among others. Such practical deeds have helped the university’s medical personnel, especially young doctors, know about the hardships and difficulties of people in remote mountainous localities.
Translated by Chung Anh
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