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Michael Agbaakin Foundation Gives Free Healthcare To Residents Of Kpaduma Community

The Michael Agbaakin Foundation  (www.michael-agbaakin.com) in collaboration with the Association of Resident Doctors of the National Hospital  Abuja and Kinetic Hospitals Garki will on Saturday the 10th of June 2017 hold a community health outreach in the Kpaduma Community, Asokoro District Abuja. 
                            
The Foundation is set to provide free health care services to the community whose population have little access to basic amenities and cannot afford secondary health care.
"The outreach is born out of the need to improve the awareness for responsibility for health of the people of the community and to reduce the burden of disease in the community by providing primary health care to the residents" says Dr Micheal Olagbenro, Chairman of the Micheal Agbaakin Foundation.   

      
Activities at the outreach will include public health activities on street hygiene, health education on diabetes and other illnesses, free primary health care for up to 300 persons inclusive of dental and ophthalmic care, free surgeries for up to 10 people who will require it, including pre operative assessment, post operative care and follow up. There will also be a distribution of free medications and nutrition packages for children.       
There will be more than 30 doctors, nurses and health care professionals on the field that day to enable residents get the best care possible.       


ABOUT THE MICHAEL AGBAAKIN FOUNDATION. Incorporated in 2015, The Micheal Agbaakin Foundation formalizes OLAGBENRO Michael, Dr's activities in leadership and health care since 1998 which includes projects which seeks to bring actionable information to the public and to mobilize the public on health issues.                 

For more information about the Community Health Outreach and other activities of the Michael Agbaakin Foundation email michael.agbaakin@gmail.com or text 08081111088.

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