The 2nd Camp was at Kg Serikin, about 4 Km from the Indonesian border.
Our logistic partners found a large multi-purpose hall about a basketball size, set
next to the Sunday Market ( you can see the empty stalls where the banners are
This large hall was more than adequate.
Our logistic partner even has wheelchairs on standby. It was used a few times
The interesting decision was to set the dental clinic on a stage at one side of the
large multi-purpose hall.
To provide privacy, we had to use some cloth to form a curtain. Our Impian
volunteers were quite imaginative
The Ophthalmologist requested for a dark room
So we set him on the omnly room at one end of the hall, using curtains to make it
dark. The Snellen’s chart was also in that room so we had to use portable lamps.
The screening stations remained the same
The girls worked hard
They came. Young and old. Able and disable.
The wheelchair proved useful
They came in large numbers
We saw 176 patients from 1-5pm then 7-10pm
The GP sees them first and then refer if necessary
GPs hard at work
Sun has set.
We worked till 10pm at Kg Serikin
GP hard a work.
They worked the hardest.
Food in the background for anyone hungry as meal time was unpredictable.
The specialist provided good backup for the GPs.
ENT at work
Senior dermatologist explaining to patient.
We carried a very adequate stock of dermatological drugs.
Opthalmologist hard at work.
This slitlamp was on loan to us
We had healthy visitors too.
YB Tony dropped by to give a word of encouragement.
He had a speaking engagement in Kuching that evening, of course 1MDB, what else