Prime Medical Centre to offer Filipinos free medical check-up
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, September 24 - 2012 at 09:23
Dubai-based Prime Medical Centre has launched a campaign offering free dental and medical check-up to members of the Filipino community, Gulf News has reported. Starting from September 28, the centre's Jumeirah Plaza branch will offer walk-in patients, who do not have medical insurance and are living in Satwa and Jumeirah, free random blood sugar, blood pressure and body mass index tests. The drive is part of the medical centre's annual community relations initiative for Filipinos in Dubai.
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