Home Credit and the Military Hospital 175 examined the general health conditions of poor residents

December 14, Home Credit and the Military Hospital 175 examined the general health conditions of over 2,000 poor residents of Dak Rlap District of Dak Nong province. Apart from prescribing and delivering free medicine, the delegation gave away over 800 gift packages of necessities (e.g. rice, cooking oil, blanket, etc.)

December 14, Home Credit and the Military Hospital 175 examined the general health conditions of over 2,000 poor residents of Dak Rlap District of Dak Nong province. Apart from prescribing and delivering free medicine, the delegation gave away over 800 gift packages of necessities (e.g. rice, cooking oil, blanket, etc.) to the needy compatriots. Each gift package was worth VND 200,000. The said program is included in the 400-million-dong campaign that Home Credit performs to provide health care and improve the living conditions of the local people.
 
Below are some pictures of this event:

Signing up for the health examination

Representative of Home Credit delivered the gifts to the poor

In indigent districts, the health care activities are extremely deficient. Therefore, the local people greatly appreciated the “landing” of Home Credit and the doctors and nurses of the hospital 175. Children and the elderly made the most of the health advices from the doctors.

The elderly had his health checked

Taken by his father, the kid had his dental conditions checked

Apart from the free health care program in Dak Rlap, Home Credit and the hospital 175 conducted the heart operations for 4 patients who were named in the list of financially challenged households.

Posted on 27.11.2014