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Dr Isioma Okobah (left) during the free Medical Outreach by FDAH

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FDAH Partners Echolab, Isioma Okobah’s Foundation on Free Medical Outreach in Asaba

By Andy Adaigbe

There was massive turn up on Saturday, April 9, 2022 of people within and outside Asaba, who benefitted from the free medical outreach organized by First Delta American Hospital, FDAH, Asaba and the Dr. Isioma Okobah Foundation in partnership with the Echolab Radiology and Laboratory Services at the popular the Ogbeogonogo market.

Speaking with journalists during the program, the Chairman and CEO of FDAH Dr. Isioma Okobah said
“the free medical outreach was borne out of our hearts and organizational goal to give back to the society by ensuring good health and promoting well being for all at all ages”.

Dr Isioma Okobah

She said in order to reach out to the less privileged, downtrodden and unreached, there was need to bring the health care facility to the popular Ogbeogonogo market square in Asaba and also to serve as succor to people facing diverse health challenges, financially constrained and having no access to good medical facilities.

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Some of the beneficiaries who spoke with the Journalists, expressed happiness while praying God to bless the organizers as they wish the program to continue periodically in order to impact more on many lives.

The free medical outreach featured, Free Eye Screening and presentation of reading glasses, Medical Consultation with professional Doctors, free drugs for hypertension, Diabetes, High Cholesterol, Arthritis among others.

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