As a joint activity of Kathmandu Model Hospital and Nepal Telemedicine Society, daily telemedicine support is being provided for the health post of Ward no 2 and 4 services at Uttargaya Rural Municipality. To complement this initiative, one-day health camp was organized on Saturday, Chaitra 17, 2080.


Over 300 individuals from across the Rural Municipality benefited from the health camp, which focused on various health issues including Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dental care, Orthopedics, General Medicine, ENT, and Physiotherapy. Additionally, a cancer awareness program highlighting the importance of early detection was conducted. More than 30 medical professionals from Kathmandu Model Hospital, including doctors and nurses, were presented at Shree Neelakantha Secondary School, Bogatitar in Uttargaya Rural Municipality for the health camp.


With the significant local-level participation in the health camp and the successful resolution of various medical issues by the dedicated medical team, the integration of telemedicine along with regular health camps might be an effective strategy for delivering healthcare in rural areas. This approach not only enhances the efficiency of remote healthcare services but also facilitates greater access to specialized care in rural Nepal.


TMSoN expresses heartfelt appreciation to all healthcare seekers, organizers, and volunteers for their invaluable contributions to the success of this health camp.