Taylor's Community and Taylor's University School of Medicine (TUSOM) collaborated again to bring a series of Health Intervention program to the community at PPR Sri Pantai last Friday.
This round of Health Intervention was carried out by Taylor's University's very own batch 7 of Medical Students as a part of their medical posting programme. The health intervention brought in a new focus on the screening of eye diseases specifically Glaucoma on the residents of PPR Sri Pantai.
The purpose of medical posting programme is to prepare a platform for the future medical Doctors to harness and polish their soft skills while giving back to the needy society on the other hand. Medical student Arisha Emily Yap quoted "activities held today is very beneficial for us future medical Doctors and everyone in the community to spread awareness in terms of health."
The event ended with an overwhelming response of more than 90 participations from the PPR Sri Pantai's residents despite a heavy downpour. Taylor's Community will continue our effort to bring a better future for communities in need and to the future generation.