Dr.Madhu Korrapati wished all the doctors and NATS & TLCA team members for their selfless effort from the bottom of his heart, in helping fellow beings at the Shridi Sai Temple on the 7th of September 2014, NY
Out of the total of 72 patients, they gave flu shots to 42 of the patients who needed them the most. The flu shots were administered by Drs. Madhuri Adabala, Durga Maddineni and Praveena Paruchuru.
All the patients had blood sugar and blood pressure checked and were examined by Internists, Drs. Craig Perlman, Praveena Paruchuru, Tarun Wasil, Bharati Reddy, Subha Atluri, Jyothi Jasti, Janaki Kanumilli,Purna Atluri, Neil Mandava, Durga Maddineni, Radha Voleti and Madhu Korrapati.
Accu check’s were performed by Dr Craig Perlman and Dr. Neil Mandava with help from Rajasekhar Allada.
Endocrine specialist (Diabetolgist) Dr. Craig Perlman gave advise to all the diabetic patients and distributed over 50 blood sugar checking machines and dietary advise also was given to the patients.
The flu shots were donated by Dr. Tarun Wasil, past president of AAPIQLI.
There were 30 patients who had eye exams done by Dr. Anupama Mandava.
The camp was supervised by NATS team, Murty Gulivindala, Dr. Atluri Purna, Krishnaveni Reddy and Raj Allada
Student volunteers Krishna Sanyal, Moksha Paruchuri and Sandeep Voleti helped registering the patients.
Shri. Rao Voleti, Shri Ashok Chintakunta and Shri. Mutyala Venkatesh from TLCA and also Shri. Shiva Haran and Smt. Gowri from the Sai Temple provided extensive help throughout the camp. Shri. Shridi Sai temple provided food and space for the camp.
Today 10 new patients diagnosed with poorly controlled diabetes and a few patients with heart disease who were advised to seek further treatments with their primary medical doctor etc.
Finally, Dr. Madhu Korrapati, Chairman, NATS appreciated all the physicians and volunteers that it wouldn’t be possible without them and thanked the Sai temple staff and volunteers for providing the facility and also delicious lunch and extended special thanks particularly, Smt. Gowri and Shri. Satyam Gulivindala.