KATHMANDU: Norvic International Hospital is set to provide free OPD service through a special campaign on May 21. The OPD service will be provided by two teams of doctors including urologists.
A team will provide OPD service from 8:00 am to 10:00 am while another team will provide the service from 9:00 am to 10:30 am.
The international hospital in Kathmandu has been providing free OPD service for urology from time to time. The free OPD service campaign has focused on urology since the number of people suffering from urinal infections has increased recently.
A team led by Urologic surgeons Dr Sanjeeb Bhakta Bista and Dr Sunil Shrestha will conduct free OPD and consultative services from 8:00 am to 10:00 am targeting patients suffering from prostate gland infection. The team will also conduct prostate surgery using laser technology on patients suffering from heart diseases and others taking medicines to dilute blood. The hospital has offered special discount on such operations.
Likewise, another team led by urologists Dr Robin Joshi and Dr Ishan Malla will provide free OPD service from 9:00 am to 10:30 am.
Patients suffering from kidney and urological problems, cancer, infection in prostate gland, testicles, and hernia problems can benefit from the OOPD service. Patients who need to undergo operations after free OPD service will also benefit from the discounts offered on surgery.
Norvic International Hospital provides various methods of treatment for kidney stones by breaking down the stones using laser and without making wounds. The hospital also provides treatment for tumours in prostate glands and ureters.
Those who want to benefit from free OPD service may register their name through a phone call on 015970032 or through messaging on Whatsapp and Viber at +9779880888000.
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