Two new mini clinics open in the neighbourhood

Two new mini-clinics have recently opened in Mylapore.

While one is at Mandaveli Street, inside the premises of Chennai Corporation’s night shelter, the other one is at Kamarajar Salai, R.A.Puram, near the E- Seva centre here.

The clinics are meant for catering to the basic medical needs of underprivileged families in the areas that fall under Ward 124 and Ward 173 respectively.

Each one is managed by a team of the Corporation’s doctor, nurse and assistant.

People may walk-in at these clinics to get themselves treated for cold, cough, or headache. Basic allopathic medicines like paracetamol, BP and sugar tablets are provided here. The mini-clinic at Mandaveli Street has an additional facility to provide Homoeopathy treatment.

Earlier, a mini-clinic was opened at Kutchery Road, Mylapore at the ground floor of Chennai Corporation’s Ward 125 office unit.

The clinics will be open from 8 am to 12 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm on all days except Saturdays. Treatment is provided at free of cost.

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