By Patrick Fynn

bloodAs part of activities slated for the celebration of 10 years of existence as the central union of all health trainees in Ghana, the National Health Students Association of Ghana is set to host a free medical screening for the general public.

According to the leadership, the exercise is in connection with the associations? aims, with the expectation to sustain it, in the following years.

The exercise comes off together with a blood donation exercise at the West Hills Mall at Kasoa on 31st July, 2014. Individuals will as well be screened for preventable diseases including diabetes, hypertension and Hepatitis B. Added is a free medical consult, physiotherapy, and dietary counselling.

The leadership therefore appeals to all well-meaning Ghanaians who are in good health to voluntarily donate blood to save lives. To sponsor, support or for feedback contact 0240166455 or [email protected]
NAHSAG, since its inception has been a strong front for students and graduates in the health profession.

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