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|Fodor Healthcare Foundation Performed Free Eye Screening by Omoladams(m): 12:52pm On Apr 19, 2017|
FODOR PERFORMED FREE EYE SCREENING
Igbajo is a community located at Osun Central Senatorial District. 15th April, 2017 was its 30th Igbajo Day Celebration. It's indegene from all over the world converged at the playground of Baptist Elementary School, Oguru to celebrate the Igbajo Day. Well wishers and several groups attended the occasion in great styles.
FODOR, a community health non governmental organisation, in its usual practice, wasn't left out. FODOR preformed free eye screening for many visitors and indigenes that attended the program. Seasoned and experienced ophthalmic nurses - Mrs Aninuntodun and Mrs Olubanke of LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo performed the visual acuity and refraction. They were assisted by other nurses and student nurses. Based on the outcome of the screening, a referral system was instituted.
In a related development, another group performed community health awareness in conjunction with FODOR. Basic medical screening were carried out. Nurses Adegbite Wale - founder FODOR HEALTHCARE FOUNDATIONS expressed his gratitude towards the success of the program. He specially appreciate the ophthalmic nurses for thier steadfastness and dedication towards the program. He also extends his appreciation to members of FODOR FOUNDATION for their great contributions towards adult healthcare - Nurse Omolola Adams, Nurse Sumonu Waheed, Nurse Abereifa Yemi, Nurse Mustapha Sadia, and Nurse Fafowora Bola. He said those are my backbones. He further send his gratitude message to student nurses for thier understading and maintaining professional conduct.
In his reaction, Nurse Abereifa said the free Eye Screening is a welcome development, a little contribution from FODOR to bring healthcare services to the doorstep of the indigenes of Igbajo. He reiterated that philanthropists should emulate such gestures and other government as well other organisations should partner in such activities.
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