Lima, 19 September 2016 – Almost 400 people were looked after during the free health campaign organised by the electricity company.
About 400 people from 18 shantytowns in northern Talara were cared for during the free health campaign organised by Enel Generación Piura on Saturday, 17 September, at Máximo H. Cornejo Pacora School.
The services provided were general medicine, obstetrics, odontology, psychology, triage and pharmacy.
Alliance for Healthcare
This campaign was supported by professionals from the Peruvian Ministry of Health (MINSA) and nursing students from the Luciano Colonna Technological Institute, who looked after patients from very early in the morning. Patients received medicines to treat cold, flu, bronchi, cavities and skin problems in children.
So far this year, the electricity company has held three health campaigns and looked after more than 500 cases. In this way, Enel Generación Piura contributes to improve the quality of life of people who are close to its premises and have no access to neither private nor state healthcare.
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