Health Check Program in Collaboration with Hospital & Church
Providing remote villages with the opportunity for better health.
The Saint Camillus Foundation of Thailand, through its Camillian Social Center Chiangrai and Camillian Hospital in Bangkok work in collaboration to address health and medical issues in remote hill tribe communities with a commitment to promote and instill better health.
- To provide poor children in remote areas with access to health checks
- To ensure people who live in remote communities remain healthy
- The director of Camillian Social Center Chiangrai acts as a liaison between the three organizations – Camillian Social Center Chiangrai, Camillian Hospital and San Camillo Hospital – and the doctors and nurses to find the most suitable times to conduct medical checks in the villages and schools.
- Camillian Hospital will provide equipment, medicine and medical staff e.g. doctors and nurses.
- Having arranged the time and location, Camillian Social Center Chiangrai will inform the schools or villages so they can prepare.
- Teams will be divided into two groups and each medical excursion, which will cover a large number of villages and schools, will take three days.
Students and villagers that live in more than 50 remote villages.