Medical Workers Dedicated to Offering Free Door-to-door Services for Villagers in Chongqing

April 11, 2019
Editor: Wei Xuanyi

Medical workers pose for a group photo with baskets loaded with medical equipment before visiting villagers for treatment at a health center in Taojia Town of Jiulongpo District, southwest China's Chongqing, April 9, 2019. In almost eight years, more than 50 medical workers from a health center in Taojia Town have provided nearly 1,000 villagers with door-to-door medical services including physical check-up, health intervention and rehabilitation training. Because of limited access to villages, these medical workers have to shoulder medical equipment with baskets to treat villagers every month. Despite backward medical environment, they have been dedicated to offering free medical services just for the sake of villagers' health. [Xinhua/Liu Chan]

A medical worker (R) conducts a physical check-up for a villager aged 100 at Zhian Village of Taojia Town in Jiulongpo District, southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 20, 2019. In almost eight years, more than 50 medical workers from a health center in Taojia Town have provided nearly 1,000 villagers with door-to-door medical services including physical check-up, health intervention and rehabilitation training. Because of limited access to villages, these medical workers have to shoulder medical equipment with baskets to treat villagers every month. Despite backward medical environment, they have been dedicated to offering free medical services just for the sake of villagers' health. [Xinhua/Liu Chan]

Medical workers conduct a physical check-up for a villager aged 100 at Zhian Village of Taojia Town in Jiulongpo District, southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 20, 2019. In almost eight years, more than 50 medical workers from a health center in Taojia Town have provided nearly 1,000 villagers with door-to-door medical services including physical check-up, health intervention and rehabilitation training. Because of limited access to villages, these medical workers have to shoulder medical equipment with baskets to treat villagers every month. Despite backward medical environment, they have been dedicated to offering free medical services just for the sake of villagers' health. [Xinhua/Lan Hongguang]

Medical workers load B ultrasound equipment into a basket before visiting villagers for treatment at a health center in Taojia Town of Jiulongpo District, southwest China's Chongqing, April 9, 2019. In almost eight years, more than 50 medical workers from a health center in Taojia Town have provided nearly 1,000 villagers with door-to-door medical services including physical check-up, health intervention and rehabilitation training. Because of limited access to villages, these medical workers have to shoulder medical equipment with baskets to treat villagers every month. Despite backward medical environment, they have been dedicated to offering free medical services just for the sake of villagers' health. [Xinhua/Liu Chan]

Medical workers conduct a physical check-up for a villager aged 100 (1st R) at Zhian Village of Taojia Town in Jiulongpo District, southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 20, 2019. In almost eight years, more than 50 medical workers from a health center in Taojia Town have provided nearly 1,000 villagers with door-to-door medical services including physical check-up, health intervention and rehabilitation training. Because of limited access to villages, these medical workers have to shoulder medical equipment with baskets to treat villagers every month. Despite backward medical environment, they have been dedicated to offering free medical services just for the sake of villagers' health. [Xinhua/Lan Hongguang]

Medical workers walk with baskets loaded with medical equipment on a path in Taojia Town of Jiulongpo District, southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 20, 2019. In almost eight years, more than 50 medical workers from a health center in Taojia Town have provided nearly 1,000 villagers with door-to-door medical services including physical check-up, health intervention and rehabilitation training. Because of limited access to villages, these medical workers have to shoulder medical equipment with baskets to treat villagers every month. Despite backward medical environment, they have been dedicated to offering free medical services just for the sake of villagers' health. [Xinhua/Lan Hongguang]

An ambulance runs on a rugged path in Taojia Town of Jiulongpo District, southwest China's Chongqing, Feb. 20, 2019. In almost eight years, more than 50 medical workers from a health center in Taojia Town have provided nearly 1,000 villagers with door-to-door medical services including physical check-up, health intervention and rehabilitation training. Because of limited access to villages, these medical workers have to shoulder medical equipment with baskets to treat villagers every month. Despite backward medical environment, they have been dedicated to offering free medical services just for the sake of villagers' health. [Xinhua/Lan Hongguang]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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