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Free ‘Beat Diabetes' Initiative by Thumbay Hospital on 5th December in Dubai

Published On : 01 Dec 2015   |  Reported By : Shodhan Prasad


Thumbay Hospital with their slogan 'Growth Through Innovation' have taken an initiative as a part of their community social responsibility and have scheduled an awareness campaign 'Count Your Steps To Beat Diabetes' at the Thumbay Hospital, Al Qusais (next to Stadium Metro Station), Dubai on Saturday the 5th December, 2015 from 9 am to 9 pm throughout the day for your convenience.

The objective of this event is to create awareness about the importance of physical activity in prevention of diabetes & to make every step count by finding ways to keep active to heal their future.

The Free Registration will include the following :-

? Free Pedometer (Step Calculator) for the first 1000 persons
? Free Blood Sugar Test
? Free Blood Pressure & BMI Check
? Free Consultation with Internal Medicine Specialist, General Physician, Ophthalmologist & Dentist

Residents of UAE are hereby requested to come and make avail of this facility.

Thumbay Hospital one of the finest healthcare with 24 hours service, ambulance service, Emergency, Laboratory, Labor & Delivery, Pharmacy & Radiology is well equipped with modern facilities to cater the patients requirements.

For more information one may call 04 6030555 or 055 7368941







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