A medical initiative in Hyderabad by the Shia Muslim community, conducted a free medical camp on the premises of a local high school on Sunday.
A release said around 760 people took benefit of the camp, where a range of health check-ups were conducted.
Sixteen doctors along with health professionals and nearly 50 volunteers organized the event.
The camp covered several tests, including, body mass index, blood pressure, random blood sugar, dental/eye check-up, orthopedic, pediatrics, cardiology and general physician consultation. Eye check-up was provided in collaboration with Maxivision.
This initiative is a brand-new endeavor of the Shia community, globally. It brings together members of the community in civic engagement activities to help improve quality of life of communities among which they live.