The purpose of human existence was fulfilled again as Omoyiola Free Medical Centre, Ileogbo, an annex of TotalhealthKids Foundation under the watch of Dr. (Mrs.) Adeteju Ogunrinde nee Aderibigbe staged free cataract surgery for patients with eyes challenge.
50 cataract patients benefitted from free ophthalmic surgery from Omoyiola Free Medical Center, Ileogbo, a subsidiary of the TotalhealthKids Foundation.
The exercise is according to the CEO, Dr. (Ms) Adeteju Ogunrinde, the second of its kind in Ileogbo, as beneficiaries traversed cities like Iwo, Ileogbo, Kuta, Telemu, Asami, Oluponna, etc.
The already planned and selected beneficiaries have been contacted when the exercise begins tomorrow, Wednesday, September 30, 2020. The first 20 patients will be operated on tomorrow, while the other 30 are scheduled for the following morning, Nigerian Independence Day.
As part of its contribution to humanity, the foundation also celebrates Independence Day with free gray star surgery for the 50 selected people.
Eye surgery is part of the foundation’s annual contribution to the good people of Osun State.
Beneficiaries were drawn from the three local governments of Ayedire, Iwo and Ola Oluwa. The 2-day exercise was successful with the combined efforts of experienced ophatomologists and assisting members of staff.
The management enjoined wealthy individuals, corporate organizations and the government to collaborate with the clinic in assisting the less privileged in need of medical attention.