Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome leads a team of doctors while giving words of encouragement to Wichit Tanomkeaw, as part of the project to make 20,000 house calls for the sick and elderly.
The Office of Public Health and Environment Pattaya has conducted free visits to underprivileged citizens in Lanpo, Naklua.
Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome also visited homes to give words of encouragement, and dispensed medicines to elderly senior citizens who cannot afford medical care expenses.
Mayor Kunplome, along with many administrators of the city council, announced the official beginning of this project which aims to make house calls to more than 20,000 homes, improving health and welfare for underprivileged senior citizens.
A day-long event with many free services provided was held at the public park in Lanpo, Naklua. Services included free rabies vaccinations, haircuts, and electric appliances repair.
After the ceremonial opening, Mayor Kunplome made visits to nearby homes of those that were sick and elderly. Recipients included Ms Bunma Feungkong , 80 years old, Ms Kiew Sukasem, also 80 years old, and Wichit Tanomkeaw, 76 years old, all of whom were unable to help themselves, and could not afford the expenses of medical care. Pattaya city council sent the teams to help them and their families.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome gives out medicine and encouraging words to Ms Bunma Feungkong.
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